Kingston launched some new DataTraveler USB drives for fast read/write speeds. DUO, and Kyzen drives for fast storage, and the DataTraveler 2000 for encrypted data. We take a look at the series.
This is a dual-sided USB drive. USB-C on one side, and USB-A on the other. With USB 3.2 Gen 1 speed, you’ll be able to transfer files from one computer to another in seconds. I use these drives all the time to pull video from laptop to desktop. Especially when I am fast editing files.
Prices start at $8 for 32 GBGet the DUO drive
If you need security, the DataTraveler 2000 is a USB-A drive with encryption. You set your numeric passcode on the device, then when you dismount the drive, your data is safe – or in a safe. A small battery is inside to remember your code, simply plug it in to charge.
The 2000 is FIPS level 3 certified, and is USB-3.1 Gen 1. You can get drives up to 128 GB
Nucelum is a dock for your USB-C port. Complete with HDMI, USB-A, USB-C, SD, and Micro SD card reader, this is perfect for transferring data from camera card to computer, or adding a second screen experience on your laptop at home.
The HDMI port can give you up to 4K resolution (depending on computer) for a second screen experience. The on-dock USB is also power pass-through, so you can charge your laptop and copy files at the same time.
Nucleum starts at $49.99. Get Nucleum Here