Kingston Technology DataTraveler Vault Privacy USB 3.0 Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Kingston Technology DataTraveler Vault Privacy USB 3.0 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelDataTraveler Vault - Privacy 1GB
DateMay 2008
Form factorCap
Product colourBlue
Capacity1 GB
Device interfaceUSB Type-A
USB version2.0
Read speed24 MB/s
Write speed10 MB/s
Compatible operating systems-Windows Vista (32-bit), Windows 2000 (SP3, SP4), Windows XP (SP1, SP2)\n- Macintosh OS

Reviews of Kingston Technology DataTraveler Vault Privacy USB 3.0
Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Build Quality, Performance (compared to other similar drives), Size, AES-256 Hardware Encryption, CBC Mode, IEC 60529 IPX8 Certified,  ,  ,
Price (For Some), Overall Performance,
Pretty much the top three things most of us (casual users, enthusiasts and gamers) take into account when out to get a brand new USB flash drive are capacity, price and speed (not necessarily in that order). However there are many people out there such as...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-18
SPECIFICATIONSThe packaging for the DTVP 3.0 is simple, just as the rest of Kingston's products, as the USB flash drive is clearly visible through the plastic. Included with the USB flash drive is a five-year warranty for manufacturer defects.The USB flas...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-27
Hardware-based 256-AES encryption with additional Chain Block Cipher (CBC). Rugged aluminum design.
No USB 3.0 support
The world is a scary place, and some of your most valuable data—be it medical information, business records, or government secrets—lives not on paper, but in zeros and ones. To keep your private data safe and secure, Kingston has the DataTraveler Vault Pr...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-11
Good build quality, Encryption engine can be configured by end users, 5-year warranty and technical support
Slow 4K random write performance, DriveSecurity features are limited to Windows operating systems
Kingston's DataTraveler 4000 and DataTraveler Vault Privacy USB flash drives are now being offered with enhanced security functionality as part of a new partnership announced today between Kingston, ESET, and ClevX. Securely managing portable digital stor...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-18
Kingston and IronKey both make some great USB Flash Drives with 256-bit AES hardware encryption, but the best bang for your buck lies in the Kingston DataTraveler drives!
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Reviewed on 2009-03-11
Many of us love the convenience of being able to plug in USB devices, spend a few seconds transferring that half-completed report or essay, and being able to stash it in our pocket. The process is just as convenient for a thief - and hardly any office...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-03
Rugged, waterproof aluminum case, Simple setup process,
Very pricey, Some features require Windows
For our recent look at eight encrypted portable drives, we considered two USB flash models, one of which was Kingstons DataTraveler Vault--Privacy Edition. Would You Buy This? 0Yes 0No Kingston 4GB Datatraveler Vault Privacy USB Flash Drive Test Score...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-19
The Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy is another USB drive not strictly aimed at consumers. But if it's good enough for the government, it can probably handle a few of our secure files.The Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy has the same look and fe...
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Reviewed on 2009-06-04
Government-grade, 256-bit AES encryption for the whole drive; fast; protection against brute force attacks
Extremely expensive; slightly chunky
As portable USB flash drive storage capacities continue to rise, the possibility of losing a lot of data in one hit becomes more worrying. While there are no flashing lights, laser grids or barbed wire to suggest that the Kingston DataTraveler Vault - Privacy Edition is different to other USB flash drives, the drive comes with 256-bit AES encryption. If you lose your drive your data will still be safe from prying eyes. Apart from the bold "Vault Privacy" lettering on the underside of the drive,
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