Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0

80
Global
Score
80

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Bjorn3D says:

This flash drive made our jaws drop. It has stunning performance under USB 3.0, and is a great overall drive. It stays consistent in terms of performance, is sturdily built, and is compact and easy to carry around. The drive does drop in performance slightly when used with USB 2.0, but this drive is targeted towards gamers, and most users should have considerable USB 3.0 connectivity.
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Breakdown

Durability
8.5
Speed
8.4
Portability
8.0
Design and form factor
7.5
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Specs

DataTraveler

Storage space
64 GB
Form factor
Standard
Read speed (max)
225 MBps
Write speed (max)
135 MBps
USB
yes
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Specs

DataTraveler

Storage space
64 GB
Form factor
Standard
Read speed (max)
225 MBps
Write speed (max)
135 MBps
USB
yes
View Full Specs
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