USB 3.0 - Super Fast
Transfer data 10x faster with USB 3.0s.
Adding big gigabytes to your pocket in the most compact way. This 16, 32, 64, or 128 GB USB 3.0 drive can be added easily to any KeySmart. The drive has a full aluminum housing that is very sleek and smooth. More importantly, it protects the drive from harsh environments and falls.
Takes up 2 slots in any KeySmart.
Great product to keep key clutter down
Mass of keys always annoyed me, this product helps keep them grouped together nicely. Bit of a pain to put together, and take a bit longer to get the right key out especially with one hand, but overall a great recommendation.
It took some time to get my keys in the order I wanted and to realize I was not using all the keys I was carrying around. Now I love it.
Use the USB!
Love the USB. It’s the perfect tool for work and play.
Love my keysmart!
Definitely not "super fast"
The good: The 16 GB Kingston DTSE9 G2 looks really sleek and is made from durable metal. With the way I have my keys laid out in my keysmart it fits perfectly opposite the bottle opener. It took me a while to figure out how to best place the spacers and my keys to fit this blocky USB-A connector without having my keys protruding out the side. Once I had everything arranged the way I wanted it felt awesome to always have a storage device with my keys in a way that didn't feel clunky. The bad: It's painfully slow. I noticed this right away when I started copying files onto it. What's the point of putting a USB3 connector on it if it's not going to leverage the bandwidth? I tried booting Linux (Debian) off it and the system runs excruciatingly slow, almost unusably so. This makes it painful to consider replacing the 32 GB microcenter USB3 drive I carry now, even though this is much more convenient. So on summary, I love the packaging, even if for some it may be too bulky, but the overall speed is an absolute bummer. Given how this is specifically advertised for speed, I can't help but give it 2 stars.
Very unsatisfied. I paid $25
Very unsatisfied. I paid $25 for a 3.0 16GB Keysmart brand USB Drive but instead, I received a Kingston brand USB Drive. If I would've want a Kingston one, I could've bought one for less than $10. I was planning to purchase a keysmart for my wife but it was such a rip off. I will be returning it, DO NOT BUY!!!