Kingston HyperX Max 3.0 64GB

Reviews, Storage

Kingston HyperX Max 3.0 64GB Review


While little pen/flash drives have increased in capacity in recent years, those that want a bit more storage space are still forced with going with portable hard drives, or SSDs. However, if you don’t want to utilise a drive of your own, or sort out hard drive cages or covers, the pre-built option is also available. Today we look at such a device from Kingston, the HyperX 64GB Max 3.0 device that utilises USB 3 technology to give it incredibly quick transfer rates with a reasonable capacity behind it too.

Features and Specifications

  • Performance — USB-IF SuperSpeed-Certified
  • Standardized — complies with USB 3.0 specification standards, compatible with USB 2.0
  • Sequential Speed — Read — up to 195MB/sec., Write — up to 160MB/sec
  • Shock-resistant — built with Flash components so no moving parts
  • Portable — Aluminum design is sleek, stylish and rugged
  • Silent — runs silently with no moving parts
  • Easy — plug & play with no driver required; utilizes USB bus power with no additional bus power required
  • Guaranteed — three-year warranty
  • Capacities — 64GB, 128GB and 256GB
  • Dimensions — 2.89″ x 4.67″ x 0.47″ (73.49mm x 118.60mm x 12.00mm)
  • Vibration Operating — 20G Peak, 10-2000Hz, (20min/Axis) x 3 Axis
  • Vibration Non-operating — 20G Peak, 10-2000Hz, (12 Cycle/Axis) x 3 Axis, x 20min.
  • Operating Shock — 1500G
  • Operating Temperature — 0° to 60°C / 32° to 140°F
  • Storage Temperature — -20° to 85°C / -4° to 185°F
  • Power Consumption — 4.5W
  • Dual LED — blue for USB 3.0, green for USB 2.0


Last modified: March 30, 2012

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