Kingston DataTraveler Mini Slim 4Gb USB Stick Review

Storage/Other by jmke @ 2009-12-08

Kingston latest USB stick to appear on the market is this very small and low profile Mini Slim DataTraveler which comes in sizes from 2 to 8Gb. We test a blue colored 4Gb edition to see how it stacks up against the competition.

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Introduction & Specs


Kingston has been on the forefront of flash based storage, their partnership with Intel is paying off nicely as they introduced the first entry level SSD below $100 with random IOps performance tenfold that of normal HDDs. Their portable products have received updates over the years too, larger capacity, faster drives, but also smaller drives.

Today we take a look at the DataTraveler Mini Slim, a cut down version of their normal DataTraveler series.

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The Mini Slim is available in different sizes, up to 8Gb is a very compact package. We have the 4Gb version in for test.


This paperclip size USB stick is one of the smallest we’ve tested so far:

  • Width: 38.9mm
  • Depth: 16.4 mm
  • Height: 6.4 mm
  • Color: Blue
  • Warranty: 2 Years

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