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Kingston 16GB USB 3.0 Datatraveler 100 Only £5.43 @ Amazon (free delivery £10 spend/prime)
Kingston 16GB USB 3.0 Datatraveler 100 Only £5.43 @ Amazon (free delivery £10 spend/prime)

Kingston 16GB USB 3.0 Datatraveler 100 Only £5.43 @ Amazon (free delivery £10 spend/prime)

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Excellent price for a Quality branded USB 3 storage drive. Brilliant reviews

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Kingston USB 3.0
Kingston's USB 3.0 range is an ultra-fast way to transfer photos, music and video files between all kinds of digital devices. The amount of data stored on these devices is rapidly increasing, so apart from being able to easily access data, fast data transfer is just as important in order to make the best of your time.

Kingston USB 3.0
What is USB 3.0?
USB 3.0 is a major revision to the Universal Serial Bus (USB). It offers the same ease-of-use and plug and play capabilities as previous generations of USB technologies, but with up to a 10 times performance increase and better power management.

4 Comments

Wow that's cheap for them. Will warn they are huge though. Good and solid.

Is it me or have they hidden the read and write speed? on the link page it seems to show competitors read and write speed but not of the kingston?

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Is it me or have they hidden the read and write speed? on the link page … Is it me or have they hidden the read and write speed? on the link page it seems to show competitors read and write speed but not of the kingston?



Obviously embarrassed so best avoided

Not knocking the OP very cheap but buyers might want to take a look at this page
usb.userbenchmark.com/Kin…521

Quote:
EFFECTIVE SPEED: TERRIBLE ?
This is one of the Kingston's newest flash drives and yet another drive from Kingston with no claimed read or write speeds on the official documentation, not an encouraging sign (Kingston have since quoted Read/Write speeds of 40/10 MB/s). With a sequential write speed of 9.9 MB/s and a random write of 0.046 MB/s This drive is actually slower at writing than a lot of USB 2.0 drives, it's seriously dog slow. I really don't understand why Kingston have released a flash drive with specs like this but then I guess they didn't write the speed in the specs for a reason! There is no reason to buy this drive, as there are far better USB 3.0 flash drives out there for approximately the same money. Kingston's own DTR30 is a far better drive for an extra five pounds. If you really don't want to spend more than £10 then the Verbatim Store n Go V3 is better for the money.
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