Kingston Technology DataTraveler SE9 16GB 16GB USB 2.0 Beige unidad flash USB - Memoria USB (USB 2.0, Type-A, Sin tapa, Beige, Metal, Ampolla)
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- Descripción del producto: 16 GB, DataTraveler SE9 de Kingston Technology
- Tipo de memoria interna: Flash
- Capacidad: 16 GB
- Tipo de interfaz: USB 2.0
- elément de formato: sin tapa
- Color: Beige
- Material: Metal
Descripción del producto
Kingston Technology es el mayor fabricante independiente de memoria del mundo y cuenta con una excelente reputación por la calidad de sus productos y sus precios competitivos. Sus módulos de memoria para sistemas específicos se someten a diversas pruebas antes de comercializarse que garantizan la compatibilidad con los sistemas para los que están diseñados. Además, todos cuentan con garantía de por vida.
Capacidad: 16 GB
Color del producto: Beige
Conectar y usar (Plug and Play): Si
Conector USB: Type-A
Configuración de módulos: (N/A) (N/A)
Disposición de memoria: 1 x 16384 MB
Factor de forma: Sin tapa
Memoria interna: 16384 MB
Montaje en rack: 4-pin USB Flash Drive
Sistema operativo Linux soportado: Si
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Si
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Si
Tipo de embalaje: Ampolla
Tipo de memoria interna: Flash
USB con suministro de corriente: Si
Versión USB: USB 2.0
Voltaje de memoria: 5 V
Warranty note: 5 Yrs
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The drive read/write speeds are a little on the slow side but reasonable. I timed some file transfers on my computer (Dell Optiplex 380):
* For read speeds, I averaged 16.1 MB/s (ranged from 10 MB/s to 18 MB/s).
* For write speeds, I averaged 6.8 MB/s (ranged from 4 MB/s to 11 MB/s).
In general, larger files took longer to transfer than smaller files (single 300 MB file took longer to move than one hundred 3 MB files). Other users with the same device have reported an average of 17-18 MB/s read speeds and 11-12 MB/s write speeds. These are considered to be AVERAGE speeds for usb flash drives. If speed is of the essence, then look for a high speed drive that can read/write 30 MB/s or faster. If you're mostly transferring documents, photos, and other small files, then these speeds should suffice.
Another small complaint. I do not feel a 'click' when the drive is inserted fully. So I just push until it won't go in anymore or when I see that the computer has recognized the drive. A minor annoyance in an otherwise great USB drive.
I highly recommend this drive. While the speed on this device is not top notch, its performance is reliable and it comes in a great little package.
UPDATE 2- April 1st, 2014: I've had the DataTraveler on my keychain for over two years now.... it still works perfectly and there are absolutely no issues. I am incredibly rough with my keys (which I keep attached to my wallet and throw around constantly) and still, it keeps working. The 'average' write speeds have never been an issue for me.
STURDINESS: I thought when I ordered the Kingston DataTraveler SE9 -simply judging by the images- that it was a plastic casing, but was pleasantly surprised that it's a durable aluminum casing.
SPEED: As you can see in the video a speed test shows that the WRITE SPEED tests just under 15MB/second and the READ SPEED tests just under 20MB/second, there is nothing impressive about this speed.
Regardless of the average speed- the incredibly appealing price, sturdiness and convenience of the product (the design creates a nice built-in key-ring) makes this an impressive product and I would definitely recommend it to friends!
A review from C. Blake Davis
Bought another one (this time a 32GB), and within a few months, the same thing happened. This time I snapped a picture. I cannot believe this passed quality testing. Do they just glue these chips into the case? That's pretty lame and insecure. If you buy one of these, buy some kind of cap so you don't lose the ship inside (along with your data). The speed was good and the looks were great. The actual build quality - highly lame. Sigh. Never again - have changed to a metal USB drive with a security cap t prevent something like this from happening again.
Another benefit is that this drive is really small. Take a look at my photo with the drive in my hand compared to a US quarter. The image on the website really makes it look bigger than it really is. One thing to take note of is that in several reviews, I saw people complaining about the circuit board inside falling out as the adhesive inside failed. I cannot comment on this as I don't plan on carrying it on a key chain. I am just copying data onto the drive and stashing it away somewhere safe. Overall, I'd recommend this flash drive. I'll update my review if anything happens to this drive.
Computer Set Up:
Case: Cooler Master N300-KWN1
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z170-HD3P-CF
OS: Windows 10 Professional
CPU: Intel Skylake Core i7-6700 (65W TDP)
RAM: 8GB DDR4 RAM (4x) = 32GB RAM
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
It has been over a month since I got these flash drives. I have used them now and then writing data to them and reading data. I have done a few file checks of the content stored on the 2 drives and they still match. The flash drives are working fine.
I don't produce a lot of video or slideshows, but when I do, I like to make them portable enough to easily share.
Memory sticks are currently, the cheapest and simplest way I know to send my content with friends and co-workers.
The biggest problem with this things, honestly, is keeping them organized and labeled.
Finally, a new age design that features a decent sized loop that you can use to attach it to a keyring and/or key tags with a table.
Functional, the 2.0 USB (standard speed) is fine for most work and paste enough to play video (Quicktime .m4p format) and any kind of music. The WRITE and READ Times for this drives is in a tech spec somewhere on-line, but to me, it simply means expect it to take about 3 times longer to write files to the stick than it does to READ them back off later. Thats pretty much normal for most devices anyway).
This is not a "3.0 USB" drive, which just means it isn't capable of the faster 3.0 speeds on the new and faster USB ports.
Styling is handsome and rugged metal (aluminum, I would guess - magnets don't stick to it).
My only comment is that I think the units were labeled completely backwards:
This might be harder to explain, but the gold standard for cables is to print the symbol on the top side of the USB plug.
In this case, the top side reads "DTS39 32 GB" (I guess DTS39 is a model number ??). Anyway, it's upside down and not helpful.
The bottom side has the "Kingston" logo, which, to me, belongs on the top side (reversed to read right side up).
See my photos for how they look on a laptop with two USB ports on the left side (fairly common today, but obviously, other devices may be built differently).