New review by me on Technogog…
“Up for review today I’ve got another USB 3.0 flash drive, this one is from Kingston and it’s called the DataTraveler microDuo and it’s 16gb in capacity. This drive is tiny and offer very fast read speeds but what makes it special is the fact that is also has a microUSB connector built-into it so you can use it as external storage for your phone or tablet. Read on to learn more… ”
Yeah, new review by me…
Review Link: http://www.dragonsteelmods.com/kingston-datatraveler-generation-3-g3-32gb-usb-drive-review/
"Up for review today I have the Kingston DataTraveler Generation 3 or G3 USB flash drive. The drive is 32gb capacity and it’s one of the latest from Kingston. The G3 is very small and lightweight making it portable and easy to take with you. It’s a flash drive made for storage, how exciting is it really? Kingston also has an optional suite of software you can download for the G3 making it a bit more usable and user friendly that features things like a web browser, photo viewer and more. The drive isn’t one of the fastest out there but it’s not one of the slowest either, it falls about the middle in terms of performance really. Read on…. "
Review Link: http://reviewthetech.com/2011/07/08/kingston-datatraveler-ultimate-3-0-generation-2-g2-32-gb-review/
"As USB 3.0 is slowly becoming integrated into more products such as the latest generation of PC motherboards more companies are releasing products to take advantage of this technology’s speed gains. Kingston created one of the 1stUSB 3.0 portable drives with the DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 back in 2010. Recently they released the Generation 2 version of this drive the aptly named DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 Generation 2 (G2). "