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Thursday, 09 May 2013 09:07

Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 Generation 3 (32GB) reviewed - Conclusion

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: High performance outweighs bulky design


Countless 32GB drives are available in every market, but the DataTraveler 3.0 G3 is speedier than most of them, especially when it comes to read speeds, although write speeds are pretty good as well. In essence, USB 3.0 is the key. There is practically no point in getting a USB 2.0 drive nowadays, provided you have an up to date PC with USB 3.0 support. The only downside of USB 3.0 drives is that they are somewhat bigger than their predecessors, but other than that there is really nothing to complain about. We also appreciated the capless design, which eliminates the biggest shortcoming of most USB drives.

Kingston’s  DataTraveler 3.0 Generation 3 in 32GB flavour can be yours for as little as €30, which is pretty competitive. It is a quality product, albeit a bit bulky. Then again, the bulk is justified by high performance, at least in our mind.

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