Kingston Data Traveler 200 32Gb review - Conclusion
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Sunday, 05 December 2010 13:12
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Kingston Data Traveler 200 32Gb is a usb stick that has the capacity to serve everyones needs. It can be also used as a backup device, since 32Gb i sufficient to store all your important personal data. It is also very fast, which means that you will not have to wait for hours to copy all these Gb's of data. The design is nice, but is is not as high quality as I expected from Kingston, it is very plastic and makes a clicking noise when it is opened that makes you think it will break. Of course this can't happen because it is well constructed, but it could be better! One more think that has to be mentioned it the included software to protect the usb stick with password. Although it is not as safe as hardware encrypted (AES) usb sitcks, it makes this pretty safe especially if you have a strong password.



  • Fast
  • Nice looking
  • Password protection



  • Clicking noise when it is oppening
  • It feels so plastic and cheap, although it isn't



"Kingston Data Traveler 200 32Gb usb stick has the capacity and the speed to server the needs of everyone who wants a reliable, high capacity usb flash drive and not pay a fortune for it..."






Last Updated on Sunday, 05 December 2010 17:19

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