|Item model number||KW-U733202-8A|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.4 x 0.8 x 2.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||0.4 x 0.83 x 2.16 inches|
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Kingston Digital 32GB DataTraveler Generation 4 USB 3.0 Flash Drive, 2 Pack (KW-U733202-8A)
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- Compliant - with USB 3.0 specifications
- Dual Compatibility - USB 3.0 connectivity; backwards compatible with USB 2.0
- Practical - cap protects the USB plug
- Backed by a five-year warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability
- Actual capacity is 14.5 GB; Will not comply with 16GB requirement for recovery drive
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Kingston's Data Traveler Generation 4 (DTIG4) USB Flash drive features USB 3.0 for quick and easy transfers of music, video and more. Its practical design and fashionable colors make it ideal for everyday use at work, home, school or wherever you need to take your data. It's backwards compatible with existing USB 2.0 ports, allowing 2.0 users to migrate to 3.0 in the future without replacing their drive.
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Average speeds over 5 benchmarks on crystal Disk 4.0.3
USB 2.0 Front: Read 41.63 Write 11.88
USB 2.0 Back: Read 41.13 Write 15.26
USB 3.0 Front: Read 92.19 Write 12.98
USB 3.0 Back: Read 102.1 Write 9.096
I know and trust the Kingston brand. Some reviewers complained that the USB 3.0 speeds of this drive are at best average. Some quote them as being 10 MBytes/sec write and 70 MBytes/sec read.
Upon receiving it, I did a complete write/read test with H2TestW, on a USB 3.0 port on my new HP Z230 workstation running Windows 7.
First, the entire disk capacity was verified (so, this is NOT one of those fake drives). Second, the speeds measured were 19.2 write and 116 read. This is serious speed for an inexpensive thumb drive.
I notice that some people gave this device less-than-stellar reviews, complaining of failure when they tried using it as a working disk drive (as opposed to a simple storage device). A $20 thumb drive is NOT an SSD ! And if you think that for $20 you can get yourself a hi-speed SSD-equivalent then you are bound to end up disappointed. This is an excellent storage device of huge capacity (mine is 64GB); think "super-CD" or "super-DVD". If you load it with music or video, you'll be able to stream off it at blazing speeds. But please don't try to make it do the work of a hard disk. Simple flash drives are not up to such abuse.
For example, I have a KDLINKS X1 Full-HD 1920*1080 dashboard camera. After a very hot summer and some 6-7 months' use the camera started acting up and spontaneously going dead on me. Turns out the micro SDHC card had gone bad. I replaced it and the camera was back to its original functionality; 6-7 months of constant hours-long hi-volume writing to the card and then deleting old files to rewrite over them managed to ruin the card. Don't expect any different if you're using this thumb drive as a working HDD.
There are no lights anywhere on this USB flash drive, so if its reading or writing, your guess is as good as mine. Kind of makes it like playing roulette with your data when you plug the USB drive from your PC. Even doing the safe-disconnect thing in Windows does little to comfort me that the drive has actually responded to the command, as it sits there mute like a statue, with no indication if it has power, or if it's in a reading or writing cycle. Horrible design.