Well it seems pretty difficult to recommend the Kingston Data Traveller G2 64gb, when they make a product that’s much faster, for the same money and with the same capacity. If it’s a question of size, I guess the G2 wins, but it’s very thick for a pen drive.
The real problem is the G2’s poor write performance, that’s where the HyperX really pulls ahead. It’s also the drive im going to recommend here. Go with the HyperX Max 3.0. It’s way better.
Strong protective shell
Poor write performance
Other Kingston hardware is much better
Priced the same as more powerful devices
Bit thick for a pen drive