Kingston Technology 64 GB USB 2.0 Data Traveler SE9H Flash Drive with Metal Casing
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Kingston’s DataTraveler SE9 USB Flash drive has a stylish metal casing with a large ring so it will attach easily. The small form factor makes it a great accessory for notebooks like Intel’s Ultrabook as well as tablets that offer USB ports. Its durable casing lets users securely carry this drive everywhere they go with their devices. DataTraveler SE9 is covered by free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.
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Bought two, as I expect one to fail at some point and wanted a clone.
Speeds, if you're here...you are not after speed - or you didn't do your research...
Read is around 25MB/s
Write around 4.5MB/s
If you want SPEED get a small msata or M.2 SSD and an adapter to put it in. or if flush (Samsung T3)
If you want SMALL get a MicroSD (any) with £2 adapter (B0028R3NCU) Write speed will then be around 20MB/s
If you have a particular use in mind, and write speed is not important, and you like the style and metal (more durable?)
then this kind of thing will do.
One word faultless, no two words, faultless but slow, that's three.
No actual problems, having re written to this completely a number of times. There is a small issue I have found regardless of computer/device used. When inserting the flash into a usb 2 or 3 slot it sometimes does not register to the device, it seems that you do not have to push it all the way in to get it to do so, as doing so seems to disconnect it sometimes. if this happens and your computer is not fully up to date with drivers etc then it can slow everything to a crawl and not work at all, restarting resolves this. I found that having the volume turned on provides an audio signal that the drive is indeed far enough in the usb slot and I then wait until it shows up in devices on my pc. This could cause some people a problem but if you are at least aware of this you can be sure there is a work around rather than giving up and returning it. I have since purchased more as these are pretty fast for streaming etc just a bit slow on the transferring of items. They never get lost that's for sure as they clip on a key ring very securely, only marking on the casing not actually denting or degrading it yet
I eventually got fed up with the item not working every time it was inserted into a usb slot. Amazon kindly replaced it and I sent the old one back after 6x wiping and running h2testw a few times after formatting. The new one is so perfect I wonder why I waited so long to replace it. My wife's is still working perfectly, and now both items transfer at the same speeds. One difference, the new one has almost 1gb more space than the old one. 58.6gb compared to my wifes and my old one that had 57.6gb. faultless product so now I am happy thank you amazon
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.
It may seem obvious, but I didn't think about it until I received it - there's no activity light. That means you have to be careful to "eject" it properly (e.g. using the "safely remove hardware" option on a windows taskbar) or at least watch the file transfer progress indication, before unplugging it. I do that anyway so it's not a problem in practice.
I measured a consistent 10 MB/s write speed which is typical of USB2. That means it would take about 48 minutes to fill the whole drive, which reports a formatted capacity of 28.9 GB. There's a later USB3 model that should be around 10 times faster and only slightly more expensive but most of the devices I will use this with only support USB2 so there's no point.
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