Kingston 16GB USB 2.0 DataTraveler GE9 (Gold Metal casing) - £5.54  @ UR-mobile
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Kingston 16GB USB 2.0 DataTraveler GE9 (Gold Metal casing) - £5.54 @ UR-mobile

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Found 9th May 2014
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Kingston’s DataTraveler® GE9 USB Flash drive is a stylish, ultra-thin drive with a 24-carat gold-plated casing. Its ultra-thin form factor lets you easily use several drives side-by-side in USB ports. DTGE9 was designed by industrial designer Arman Emami, who won the Red Dot Industrial Design contest and is a multiple winner of this award. Its trendsetting design makes a strong impression. DataTraveler GE9 is covered by a five-year warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston® reliability.
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I love these - after a bit of use they get a shabby look as a bit of the gold rubs off (the champagne ones don't wear). Real 24 carat gold... apparently.

I mainly like the robustness and they don't ruin adjacent slots. And the ring works very well on keyrings.
Lovely
Banned
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Keep bugging kingston for that usb 3.0 version!
Recently bought 2 of the silver 16Gb ones to transfer stuff back and forth...
they're painfully slow to write to
J1135

Recently bought 2 of the silver 16Gb ones to transfer stuff back and … Recently bought 2 of the silver 16Gb ones to transfer stuff back and forth...they're painfully slow to write to


100% agree , soooooo slooooow
So slow it's like they were designed to be super slow.

Otherwise excellent.
For some reason these metal bodied sticks tend to be a very tight fit in most usb sockets - think it's the shell that's slightly too thick. Sometimes pushing the stick into a socket is a struggle and you think you might break something!

Much prefer the conventional metal plug design.
grumpyone

For some reason these metal bodied sticks tend to be a very tight fit in … For some reason these metal bodied sticks tend to be a very tight fit in most usb sockets - think it's the shell that's slightly too thick. Sometimes pushing the stick into a socket is a struggle and you think you might break something!Much prefer the conventional metal plug design.



True. The gold ones aren't as bad as the champagne/silver ones.
USB3 PLZ
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