There’s usually a point where carrying around a portable hard disk makes more sense than trying to cram as many gigabytes into as small a volume as possible. But the Kingston Data Traveler 150 looks like a good buy for anyone wanting to store a lot of data (32GB) within their pocket—and copy it to and from USB-capable devices quickly:
The Kingston family’s latest USB flash drive addition comes to the market with great read and average write performance, great for those of you looking for vast amounts of easily portable storage space without necessarily breaking the bank either. Built with a solid case and a great look I applaud Kingston’s continuous ability to offer some of the finest and most robust flash drive designs on the market and thus the Data Traveler 150 naturally comes highly recommended.
One aspect reviewer everythingUSB should’ve covered was reliability. What’s the point of 32GB of memory, if even a minor, data-wiping error is likely?