Kingston Data Traveler 200 32Gb review - A closer look
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Sunday, 05 December 2010 13:12
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The DT200 32Gb is inside a nice package with a transparent front.


From the back there is some info about the compatibility with various operating systems


We can see the DT200, it is made from black and cyan plastic.


From the back we can see the Kingston logo.


Here we can see the usb connector.


By pulling the black plastic down it reveals the usb connector. One think I didn't like was a clicking sound each time I was using it that made me worry that it will break. Of course this will not happen because the stick is very high quality, its just the sound that is a bit freaky.


Let's move to the testing!


Last Updated on Sunday, 05 December 2010 17:19

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