Reviews and Problems with Kingston Data Traveler 160 (DT160)
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Kingston is reliable
19 August 2013
Summary: If you want a reasonably priced reliable thumbdrive with high capacity, you can't go wrong with Kingston Datatraveler in my experience. I have several of them, for backups, large sets of photo files, and for taking presentations to other sites.
Summary: a little bit slow and with an awful and big design but is a great price and huge capacity (at least when I bought it :P ). if you can afford it, get the usb 3.0 version but if you are not a speed demon and just need a really reliable backup thumb drive, this is your guy. =)
Summary: Worked fine on my Mac. Seemed to have decent speed but didn't test. It did have a larger than average bulk and would not allow side-by-side plug-in of another USB device or cable so I returned it. It's just massive!