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Kingston DataTraveler Mini Slim USB Drive Review

The DataTraveler Mini Slim USB Drive is the smallest on the market!
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Kingston DataTraveler Mini Slim USB Drive Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Sep 02, 2008
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews the DataTraveler Mini Slim USB Drive by Kingston Technology.

As the name suggests, the DataTraveler Mini Slim USB Drive is slim and mini-sized. Measuring in at just 1.5 x 0.6 x 0.25 inches, it's the smallest flash drive on the market - but don't disregard it for its small size. Available in both 2GB and 4GB memory capacities, this flash drive can store, carry and transfer all of your data, including your class notes, school assignments, projects, photos and music! Available in black, blue and pink, you can attach this tiny storage device to your keychain so you won't lose it.

Thumbs Up

  • Slim.
  • Super cheap!
  • Comes in 2GB and 4GB capacities.
  • Compatible with both Mac and Windows.
  • Comes in different colors.
  • Thumbs Down

  • Pretty fragile.
  • So small you might misplace it.

  • For more info on the DataTraveler Mini Slim USB Drive, head to www.kingston.com!

  • Kingston DataTraveler Mini Slim USB Drive Rating:
    4
    Age: 10 and up.
    Price Range: 1

    Price Range Legend
    $0-$15 = 1
    $16-$30 = 2
    $31-$45 = 3
    $46-$60 = 4
    $60+ = 5

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