Looks and Usage
The DataTraveler Mini Slim is made with a plastic housing and lacks any kind of protection for the USB connector, this connector is only half the height of your normal USB key, this helps to reduce the overall footprint of this Mini device.
We did not find a cord or other string to help attach the USB key, this should have been included to get you started from the get go.
Kingston did put a hole at the end of the Mini Slim so you can attach it to a keyring, but the overall compact size of this USB key makes it hard to plug it in an open USB port when you got a whole set of keys attached to it.
The Mini Slim is not the first miniature USB drive we’ve tested, Super Talent’s Pico-C
passed our revue last year; a comparison picture shows us that the Mini Slim is slightly longer, but thinner at the end.
Can this small drive stand up to the big ones performance wise? ->