Review: Kingston 8GB DataTraveler Flash Drive with Encryption

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If you’re worried about your data getting into the wrong hands, I suggest checking out this flash drive. The purchase link is below. Buy on Amazon: difran.co Watch Me Live: daviddifran.co Social Me: Twitter: ‪twitter.com Twitter app: twitter.apprats.com Facebook: ‪www.facebook.com Facebook App: ‪apps.facebook.com Podcast on iTunes: daviddifran.co My Websites: Personal Site: daviddifran.co TekSocial ‪teksocial.com‬ Ad for 5 adfor5.com Web Hosting Discounts Squarespace: teksocial.com Go Daddy: teksocial.com Other Channels: Mobile Videos: youtube.com TekSocial Video: youtube.com
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25 Responses to “Review: Kingston 8GB DataTraveler Flash Drive with Encryption”

  1. thecreativeone Says:

    @MrYeahman007 I’m never pressured into giving a product a positive review. I’ve always been honest. Watch my Monster Jamz review to see what I mean.

  2. OwenY998 Says:

    How did you film this?

  3. TekUnlimited Says:

    Sounds like a cool flash drive….may look into it. 😀

  4. randkprouductions Says:

    why not get an ironkey?

  5. MrYeahman007 Says:

    I don’t think it was very biased, he says it’s best for those who wish their property to be private and left it at that. But to say he doesn’t get “paid” for reviews would be neglecting the fact he gets free stuff which may change his review through pressure/guilt.

  6. kiwi20069 Says:

    what after 5, LOL

  7. JonathanDH93 Says:

    @07rjw lol i was thinking i would see a comment like this :L

  8. YourTechAdmin Says:

    No Linux support? This product sucks then.

  9. poputop Says:

    Dang that was brief! Nice job David 😛

  10. nwil91198 Says:

    If you want to save some money, you can use free software called TrueCrypt to encrypt entire drives.

  11. jtantonovich Says:

    Where you using your mac mic?

  12. TheShortReviews Says:

    Check out my channel with my new review on a money making guide and program

  13. NinjasRunningWild94 Says:

    The flash drive made for porn…

  14. Namenloser08 Says:

    This flash drive is cheap for what it is!

  15. AllThingsMac1 Says:

    how can we view the stuff on it like on a ps3 or a xbox? will the console allow us to enter our password?

  16. Fivethirty1 Says:

    I liked the layout of this video where you showed other bits of video in it like putting it in the mac etc…

  17. thecreativeone Says:

    @CRAZYBuNnyPr0dUcTi0n Not true.

  18. thecreativeone Says:

    @TheMexicanNerd 🙂

  19. MegaCesarM Says:

    @07rjw LOL yeah dude me too but it has really low capacity to hold all of mine now if there were an external Hard Drive of 1TB that be for me cause I spend alot of time on good websites downloading ;D 😛

  20. romodrummerjz Says:

    uhhh DOT COM! haha nice

  21. TheMexicanNerd Says:

    Nice video Kevin… I mean David 😉

  22. illage2 Says:

    Nice Flash Drive. I might start up my hobby of collecting them again 😀

  23. milktank26 Says:

    you definetly sounded like kevin rose a dot com

  24. RasburryMuphinz Says:

    stop saying “upon” 😛

  25. collintheapplegeek Says:

    The data encryption is a cool feature, but I think it would be annoying for the average user. Also, what are the read/write speeds for that flash drive?

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