Kingston USB 3.0 Keypad DT2000 16GB Reviews

$197.95 - $201.49 from 2 retailers
★★★★★ 4.5
   5 reviews
Manufacturer: Kingston
4.5 ★★★★★
Based on 5 reviews.

Kingston DT 2000 review: Who's minding the store

★★★★★ 4.5
Verdict: Most of us are used to carrying files on a USB flash drive or data stick. But how secure is the data Many sticks offer a password, but what if the stick itself is lost Professionals often carry sensitive data and losing the contents, would be a disaster.
4 years ago

Kingston DataTraveler 2000 Review – Encryption made simple

Verdict: Data security and privacy is a pretty hot topic right now. Currently Apple is battling it out with the FBI over whether or not they have to unlock an iPhone. It's nice to know that (at least for now) the data on your phone is relatively safe, if you've added a passcode to it.
5 years ago

Kingston DataTraveler 2000

Verdict: The retails for about $140 ( ) at the time of this review . While this may seem like an expensive price to pay for 32GB of storage, this targets the security conscious crowd. When you are pondering purchasing this type of product, you want the security to be the top issue and this device promises to...
5 years ago

Works perfectly so far

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: Works perfectly so far. Expensive but if you need 64GB this is a good choice.
5 years ago

Kingston DataTraveler 2000 review

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: The Consumer Electronics Show puts technology's weirdest and cleverest creations front and centre, and it was therefore fitting that Kingston chose this year's show to reveal the DataTraveler 2000, an eye-catching encrypted USB drive that can be PIN-protected using the onboard keypad.
  • Military-grade encryption
  • brute force protection
  • well-built
  • easy to use
  • Expensive
  • middling transfer speeds
5 years ago

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