Kingston | SE9G2 – 32 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive

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Kingston | SE9G2 – 32 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive

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Model SE9G2/32GB
Capacity 32 GB
Connectivity Ports USB
Compatibility Windows® 10,Windows 8.1 ,Windows 8 Windows 7 (SP1), Windows Vista® (SP2),Mac OS X v.10.8.x,Linux v.2.6.xChrome OS™
Other Detail Speed: 100MB/s read
Dimensions 45.00 x 12.2 x 4.6 mm
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Warranty 10 Months Myshop Warranty
Color Silver

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Kingston | SE9G2 – 32 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive


USB 3.0 speeds to save time when transferring, sharing or storing files


Capless ultra-small form factor to fit any mobile lifestyle


Fashionable metal casing design with a sturdy key ring

Co-logo program available

Customize Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash drives by adding your logo and/or digital files and instantly increase your organization’s brand recognition. The Customization Program offers unique packaging, custom profiles, color adjustments, content loading and more, all with easy and convenient ordering >Guaranteed — five-year warranty, free technical support


Kingston’s Flash Customisation programme offers a wide range of options, including co-logo, custom art, insert/casing, custom content and much more, on select drives. Whether you’re ordering a large quantity for your entire organisation or personalising a few drives for your soccer team, now your favourite Kingston products can make a unique statement.

Kingston’s DataTraveler® Generation 4 (DTIG4) features USB 3.0 for quick and easy transfers of music, video and more. Its practical size and fashionable colors make it ideal for everyday use at work, home, school or wherever you take your data. In capacities up to 128GB, DTIG4 is backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and backed by a five-year warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston® reliability.\

Properly remove your Flash storage device from the host device.

It is important to wait until all operations are completed before removing a Flash storage device from a digital camera or other host device. If the Flash storage device is removed during a write operation, for example, the Flash storage device may be corrupted and data loss may occur.

Most digital cameras will show a blinking light during Flash write operations, so it is important to wait until all operations are completed.

On PCs, it is important to stop a DataTraveler’s USB connection through Windows (In Windows XP, use the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in the system tray). For DataTraveler Elite drives, you can use MyTraveler’s Eject button. Computers often “cache” data into memory and may delay the write to USB Flash drives. As a rule of thumb, wait a minimum of two minutes after you finish writing data to a DataTraveler drive.

Properly store Flash cards in their plastic cases and close the cap on DataTraveler drives.

Flash storage devices, while quite reliable, can be damaged when dropped on hard surfaces. When they are not in use, store Flash storage cards in their clear plastic cases. DataTraveler drives should be stored with their caps on.

In addition, static electricity can also damage Flash storage devices. For example, on dry days, a person can generate enough static electricity to cause a spark while touching a doorknob or other metal objects (this is called electro-static discharge or ESD).

Kingston Flash cards and DataTraveler drives are designed to resist high levels of electro-static discharge; however, extreme levels of ESD may cause damage.

Do not force Flash storage devices into connectors.

Flash card or USB Flash drive connectors are unidirectional. This means that the Flash storage device must be inserted in one direction only; if you cannot insert the drive or card, do not force it in. This will prevent damage to the Flash storage device or the socket. For more information on proper insertion of Flash cards or USB Flash drives, consult your host device’s user manual.

 Pack Flash storage devices into carry-on luggage if possible.

Tens of millions of Flash storage devices are in use worldwide and there have been no verifiable reports of Flash storage damage due to airport X-ray scanners.

A 2004 study by the International Imaging Industry Association (I3A) verified that today’s airport X-ray machines do not appear to be a risk to flash memory cards.

As a precaution, Kingston recommends that Flash cards and DataTraveler drives be treated just like unprocessed film and stored in carry-on luggage, as the passenger screening radiation levels are much lower than those used by newer luggage scanning machines.

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Kingston | SE9G2 – 32 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
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