Kingston DT Ultimate 3.0 32GB

Reviews, Storage


The packaging is fairly clean and simple, showing you the flash drive itself from the front. In the bottom right corner you can see the symbol indicating the 5 year warranty included with this drive.

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On the back you get some specifications and can see the supplied Y cable.

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Opening it up we find a small lanyard allowing you to attach it to your keys etc.

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The Y cable supplied is for plugging the drive into a USB 2 slot.

On the back of the inlay in the packaging is a little diagram discouraging you from using the drive in a USB 2.0 slot without it.

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After some research I learned that this may be because the drive can’t draw enough power from a single USB 2 slot but after some testing it seemed to work fine without it. This may not be the case for all USB 2 systems (such as laptops, netbooks etc) so I advise carrying the cable with you just in case. A little inconvenient but better than a non-functional flash drive when you need it.

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Last modified: March 7, 2011

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