Take your most important files on-the-go with the 32GB Exodia USB 3.2 Flash Drive from Kingston. Sporting a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A interface you get data transfer speeds up to 5 Gb/s, suitable for moving large files with ease. A cap protects the USB connector, and fits onto the back loop of the flash drive for easy storage. The DataTraveler Exodia is backwards compatible with USB 2.0 interfaces as well as Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome based systems for optimal utility.
Ida Stroman (verified owner) –
The Kingston 12GB DataTraveler Exodia flash drive seems well made with reasonable transfer speeds. A convenient way to transfer data.
Duane Jacobi (verified owner) –
As far as I can tell this 64K USB drive works fine. I have used one of the USBs for storage and it meets my expectations. I haven’t done any tests. I needed some more portable, temporary storage for moving Pages presentations and large photo files from my desktop computer to other physical locations. This three-pack fits the bill. I use a multiport USB hub on my iMac and the slim size of the USBs allows them to fit side-by-side when plugged in. The USB can be easily inserted or removed using the built-in plastic ring which can be hidden by the cap when in use (see picture). Most of my other USB drives are slightly too large to use next to one another.
Clint Dietrich (verified owner) –
I originally wrote this review 5 hours into trying to write Windows 11 to one of these. It was only 80% done. The next day, I decided to open a new one (I bought several) and run CrystalDiskMark. This is the worst CrystalDiskMark score I’ve seen in over a decade.
Jacey Hansen (verified owner) –
so good with the price
Lenna Rohan (verified owner) –
Useful, practical product
Mac Kuhn (verified owner) –
The flash drive of 120 GB is great to travel on the go to have hundreds of photos on it and take it with me anywhere
Triston Farrell (verified owner) –
Kingston DataTraveler Exodia Flash Drives will accomodate a PC Backup Image as well as any and all necessary Files, and with up to 128 GB for less than $15 and 256 GB at $31 have a greater value, one we call USB 3.2. USB 3.2 is a sound Standard fully Backward Compatible but without earlier glitches in other products. Kingston assures Forward Compatibility with USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A at up to 10 Gbits/second or 1.25 GB/second delivering true Ethernet Connectivity. You’re Good to Go with these Kingston DataTraveler Exodia Flash Drives.
Evans Kilback (verified owner) –
Kingston Tech Support confirms their USB sticks are no longer supported as bootable media because of controller and solid state fabrication design changes.
Hobart Schmitt (verified owner) –
This is an inexpensive option for a 32GB flash. Works well and handles the data like it’s supposed to.
Dallas Gleichner (verified owner) –
very satified very fast and very trusted flash drive, vsry happy.
Edward Boyle (verified owner) –
I use this to transfer my clients photos to.
Luna Block (verified owner) –
Don’t thumb your nose at this compact devise, could be less expensive.
Madyson Howe (verified owner) –
A quality product, at the B&H sale price. The customer wins again.
Hallie Stokes (verified owner) –
It doesn’t seem like all that long ago that one could pay $9 or $10 for an *upgrade* to a 16 gb Flash Drive and here I got 128GB for the same price! And Kingston is just the best. Wow!
Lavonne Howe (verified owner) –
These have lots of room for photos. Very good value and I have never had an issue with them.
Verner Sauer (verified owner) –
I purchased 20 of the Kingston 32GB drives in order to distribute a couple of large (3GB) files. Physically it has solid construction and the white color made it easy to write on it. However, the performance had two key issues. First, the write speed (plugged into a 3.2 port) transferring a 3 GB file, would start off at about 35 MB/s (280 Mb/s) and then after about 350 MB were transferred, it would slow down to about 12 MB/s (96 Mb/s). The second problem was about half of the drives would simply stop in the middle of the transfer. I found that if I reformatted the drive (FAT32 like it was) it would then transfer correctly.
Loy Strosin (verified owner) –
great product, it looks great, it is ideal to give my clients, good speed and it is very good for what I need besides a very good price!
Wilhelm Mayert (verified owner) –
Great deal, super fast and reliable USB flash drive!
Wade Collins (verified owner) –
A lot of memory space, good value!
Cleve Legros (verified owner) –
super funcional… buena calidad..