The DataTraveler Ultimate is the a natural progression in Kingston’s pocketable USB flash drive range. Featuring SuperSpeed USB 3.0 support devices are available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities. For something likely to live on a keyring, the Ultimate has an impressive performance, which, according to Kingston Technology, will …
not one of these things comes with a "hard" write protect option.
Something I keep getting aske about.
Solution it to use SD cards and a card reader dongle.
Very nice product, well reviewed.
Price looks more expensive than existing models
I got this:
Does the same job? perhaps slower but for the difference in price (circa £40) its a bargain!
which is fine for the 16GB version...
but what about the 32 or 64 GB ones. Thought not.
From my experience they seem to have low count read/write lives
Although Kingston is one of the better ones, they all seem to low total read/write totals whereas SD memory is much more long-lived and more reliable overall.
Mechanical design - fail
Lose-able end-cap. Fail. Especially poor from Kingston, who have a great design for their DataTraveller G2 range.
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