Kingston's DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 Zips Through the Lab Featured

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The Box and Goodies  -
As with most USB flash drives these days you do not get a “box” but a plastic blister package that could also double as a scalpel if you are not careful. The Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 comes in the typical package. The graphics are different and of course the name and capacity labels are different, but for the most part it is identical to what we have seen with many other USB flash drives.

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Once we carefully removed the outer shell, we found the same things inside as well. Nothing all that special to write about, but then again it is not the packaging that we are interested in anyway.


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