Kingston Technology DTSE9H/32GB-AMZ 32 GB Data Traveler USB Flash Drive with Metal Casing, Frustration Free Packaging, Silver
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Kingston's Data Traveler SE9 USB Flash drive has a metal casing with a large ring so it will attach easily. The small form factor makes it an accessory for notebooks like Intel's enhanced ultrabook as well as tablets that offer USB ports. Its durable casing lets users securely carry this drive everywhere they go with their devices. Data Traveler SE9 is covered by a five year warranty and legendary Kingston reliability.
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Firstly, it comes in frustration free packaging; a cardboard envelope, so it's nice an easy to open. The memory stick itself is nicely designed,I love the metal casing with embossed logo, and it's tiny, it can easily fit on your keyring, or in your wallet/purse.
The actual usable capacity is 14.6GB, this is the case with all drives, you never get whats stated on the drive. The write speed is pretty slow at 4MB/s, if you need it for occasional use then it will be fine. If you intend to transfer lots of video or other large files then you might want to invest in a USB 3.0 memory.
Another slightdown side is there is no end cap for the drive, so if it's attached to your keyring and is in an out of your pocket you could get dust and dirt on the contacts.
But overall the drive is excellent value for money, it's good quality, a compact size and it does the job I want it to.
I have only assigned 4 stars as there were a significant number of reviewers who reported reliability issues. At this stage I haven't had the device long enough to gauge this for myself.
For my application, ruggedness and small physical size were more important than memory size and data speed. Price was reasonable so I suppose its horses for courses.
It is well packed, it is small and it is solid. Just what was needed and it is still performing well after a year in use almost every day.
Kingston are a great brand who have been around for a very long time, in my book they are up there with Sandisk and Samsung in terms of memory-chip storage products.
One thing to note is that this is not advertised as a USB 3 product, and neither does it have the blue plastic flash in the connector that would mark it as USB 3. It is an older USB 2 style. The shouldn’t be any compatibility issues with any USB port, but it will only perform at 60 MBps – the USB 2 standard, and that is in optimal conditions. USB2 drives usually operate at around 40MBps, a test on this drive measured 41MBps
If you want speed, you will need to buy a USB3 stick which theoretically should be 640 MBps, however in the real world you’re only going to reach half that, at a push!
No, this isn’t designed for speed, it is designed for capacity and in this department it doesn’t let you down.
In the current age of USB 3 drives, this is slightly obsolete, but in fairness this isn't advertised as such and there are not any false claims of it being speedy.
If you however work in a warehousing or other active environment where it is likely to take knocks and bangs then you may be better going for a more robust and protected item. I'm not saying that this item breaks easily, and for an office environment this item is a great way to carry important files. But the metal is quite thin and can easily bend towards the USB opening.
A final word I think needs to go to some interesting reviews that I have seen. I have seen a lot of negativity from people, with the most recurring seeming to be that this item has a slow write speed. I can't necessarily comment directly because I mostly store documents, pictures and PDFs which aren't big enough to really have any transfer time. But I will say that I have a freeware office suite installed on this memory stick, Kingsoft Office Suite Free, and I have had no speed or loading problems whatsoever running the three office programs in the suite directly from the memory stick. Now, to me, if this stick had slow transfer/loading times there would be a noticeable issue running the program. I haven't seen any such issue. This stick literally allows me to take my office anywhere, with both my files and an office suite to access them from any computer. So ladies and gentlemen, if you want a memory stick for work then for the price you probably aren't going to find something as good or as reliable. If you want something for music, games and/or videos and generally for multimedia purposes, you may be better off purchasing a small, portable HDD rather than a USB memory device.
So in closing, you really need to consider what this item will be used for and what your needs are. Consider how much you are paying, and ask yourself if you think that you are going to get what you need for the price you are paying. If you need a very high speed USB drive with security encryption, are you really going to get that for £10? It's an old cliché, but you truly do get what you pay for, and if you go for the cheaper option over a proven, more expensive item then do you really have the right to complain if it let's you down or doesn't measure up to your expectations?
I've been Daniel Eales, you have been amazing for reading through, and I'll see you next time.
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