Kingston DataTraveler 2 GB Reviews
Product Type: Kingston Flash Drive
Description:Model ID DTI/2GB / Kingston DataTraveler I - USB flash drive - 2 GB - Hi-Speed USB - lime green / Now you can store, carry and transfer large files in an affordable, convenient device. The DataTraveler from Kingston helps budget-conscious users break storage barriers, allowing ... more
Kingston DataTraveler 2 GB ... them to easily store and move large files in a device no bigger than a pocketknife, replacing the need for floppies or the hassle of burning CDs.
As easy as click and drag, the DataTraveler can hold just about any file you can think of: term papers, theses, digital images, spreadsheets or other important documents. It works with virtually any computer with a USB port - even cross-platform from Macintosh to PC and vice versa.
Newest Review: ... to it at 3Mbps. It's compatible with Windows Operating Systems from Windows 2000 onwards. Kingston do state that it's not ... more
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Customer Kingston DataTraveler 2 GB Reviews (6)
by - written on 03/09/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
In my job as a software developer I'm moving files all the time. The easiest and best method of doing this is using a USB flash drive. They are so simple to use and are very reliable. This one is a 2GB Kingston DataTraveler, which I purchased back in 2007. By today's standards it's quite a low capacity, but it's still more than adequate for the majority of my needs. A USB flash drive is a great tool to have. I'm constantly moving files between computers. E-mailing large numbers of files is very time-consuming and writing to CDs is not very practical in comparison, and of course are restricted to less than 1GB per disk. You also don't need an Internet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I was given my green Kingston DataTraveler from work so for me it was free online you can pick them up for around £4 on ebay. I had never used one of these when I was presented with it but soon picked it up and now I wouldn't be without it. So what did I need it for... Well working in a nursery it's hard to get the time sometimes to get out and do work in the main office where the printer is so I have a laptop which I can use as and when, can be put down and picked up when I have time. Then once I have completed my work I simply insert this DataTraveler into my laptop usb port it is immediately recognised on my system and flashes green. I then save ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Having discovered the Ready Boost facility in Windows Vista, I had to get my hands on a cheap USB Flash Drive quickly. Not really doing and research, I picked up the Kingston Data Traveller 2GB. To this point I can't have any complaints as it has done exactly what I asked of it, which is very little. Available from £4 at Amazon.co.uk, the device measures 20.4mm x 9mm x 66.9mm and weighs a miniscule 11.3g, pretty much standard fare for this type of device. It is encased in a mixture of white and lime green plastic and hides its USB plug under a removable, and unfortunately easily lost end cap. It is a hi-speed access device that allows for quick ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
I've still got usb memory sticks with, what I thought at the time, a massive 256 Mb of storage space in a little stick. Wow I thought - gone were the days of the 3.5 inch floppy (and the 5.25 floppy for those that can remember that far back!!!). So much space!! Then someone gave me one of these in a 1 GB format and I was like a kid in a candy store with so much storage space. I could get entire films on it in one go and still have loads of room to spare. So imagine the fun I had trying to fill a 2 GB stick such as this Kingston Data Traveller 2 GB. Ok, enough of the reminiscing. Truth be told I do like the Kingston brand. I've got a 512 Mb, a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/09 (Useful, 16 readings)
What did the world do before USB pens were invented? A USB pen (or flash drive as some people call them) is basically a miniture portable hard drive that plugs into any computer and enables you to quickly and easily transfer your files. This Kingston DataTraveler is approximately 2.5 inches in length, meaning it really is incredibly tiny to say it has room for 2 gigabytes of data. No software is required, simply plug it into your computer's USB port and the pen will install itself in a matter of seconds. It will now work like any other hard disk, enabling you to copy and paste files, as well as saving directly to it. On the downside, the ... Read the complete review
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