Reviews and Problems with Kingston DTMCK Datatraveler Micro
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Value for money 8
2 weeks ago
Summary: I bought this for three reasons. One reason was because of the size. If I use a normal size drive in my truck, it will most likely get destroyed. I know since my dog destroyed my last full size one. Another reason is because of the price. $26 for this name brand 64GB flash drive isn't too bad and Kingston is a decent brand. I really bought it for use in my shop to use in the Pyle radio I also bought along with this USB drive. So far, so good.
Summary: In ministry one must transfer files or programs from the office to the sound projection room or provide for a mobile environment and this product provides a good solution. They also function as a storage device for files over an extended period of time. The small form factor provides an option whereby the drive does not extend well past the laptop thus the livelihood of disconnecting from the computer is reduced, also a desktop space-saver.
Excerpt: This product is quite small but works great. It has about 61+GB of useable space on it. I reformatted to ExFAT and works fine with large files. Don't know about reliabllity yet as I just received it. BUt so far - it's good.
Summary: My new radio head units use USBs for music. No more CDs to lug around. One of these will carry about 4,000 songs. That is enough for a loooong trip. Enjoy. Just download the music from the computer to USB and carry hundreds of CDs in your pocket.