Kingston 64GB USB3.0 DataTraveler 100 G3 USB Flash Drive
CAD $39.98
Ships From and sold by Netlink Computers
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An affordable transition to USB 3.0.

Kingston's DataTraveler® 100 G3 (DT100G3) USB Flash drive is compliant with next-generation USB 3.0 specifications to take advantage of technology in newer notebooks, desktop PCs and digital devices. With DT100G3, storing and transferring of documents, presentations, music, video, and more is quicker and easier than ever.

Main Features

  • Storage Capacity:64 GB
  • Host Interface:USB 3.0
  • Height:0.39" (10.01 mm)
  • Width:0.84" (21.21 mm)
  • Length:2.36" (59.99 mm)
  • Limited Warranty:5 Year

General Information
  • Kingston Technology Company
Manufacturer Part Number
  • DT100G3/64GBCR
Manufacturer Website Address
Brand Name
  • Kingston
Product Line
  • DataTraveler 100 G3
Product Name
  • 64GB DataTraveler 100 G3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Package Type
  • Retail
Product Type
  • Flash Drive
Technical Information
Storage Capacity
  • 64 GB
Maximum Read Speed
  • 40 MB/s
Maximum Write Speed
  • 10 MB/s
Host Interface
  • USB 3.0
Physical Characteristics
Form Factor
  • External
  • 0.39" (10.01 mm)
  • 0.84" (21.21 mm)
  • 2.36" (59.99 mm)
  • Supported Operating Systems:
    • Microsoft Windows 8
    • Microsoft Windows 7 (SP1)
    • Microsoft Windows Vista® (SP1, SP2)
    • Microsoft Windows XP (SP3)
    • Apple Mac OS X v.10.6.x +
    • Linux v.2.6.x +
Limited Warranty
  • 5 Year
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By: daniel_f 2015-09-17 16:47

Great build quality, very fast given you have usb 3.0 hubs or else computer is bottleneck but still very fast, comes with an area to hook onto your keychain

none so far


They designed it well by making the outer shell the part that moves instead of the actual hardware so the USB head doesn't wiggle, get loose and break like most others so that is a great upsides to this USB. Got this USB on great sale, couldn't recommend it more

By: Bill_L2 2015-08-03 06:11

Very sturdy, reliable, pocket friendly, great warranty

Poor write speeds


Write speed is ~20 Mb/s, read speed is ~120 Mb/s. This is average for the price range. This particular drive has a large, rugged plastic sheath that slides over the connector to protect it. If you're constantly carrying a flash drive for random things (e.g. helpdesk tools), this one will survive a ton of abuse. It is quite a bit larger than most flash drives due to that thick plastic casing, but still quite light and IMO better than those slim metal drives that bend too easily. Don't forget the 5-year warranty, which sets this drive apart from other brands. This is an excellent choice for a working techie's flash drive. I keep drivers, virus scanners, bootable utilities and a bunch of other tools on mine.

By: Aaron_C9 2015-07-28 13:02

Great price and capacity

Transfer speed


The price for the capacity is fantastic. It's a great deal. However, the improvement in speed over USB 2.0 is marginal. It's only faster by around 10MB/s. However, I will buy it again because it's solidly built and the capacity is more than enough. (For most people)

By: Micheal_S 2014-08-17 03:23




using it for a car deck, holds a lot of music and transfers it from pc to the usb at amazing rates.perfect for what i needed and more

By: Paul_T 2014-07-16 19:02

Excellent price/performance on sale

None so far


I have a half dozen of Kingston's 16GB sticks, and they work like a bomb, but are fairly slow for USB3 (39 MB/s read, 21 MB/s write). This 64GB stick has sustained 78 MB/s read, 36 MB/s write for large (1+GB files). Very satisfactory. * Both formatted exFAT with a 1MB block size, optimized for large-file transfer

By: Dinujan_K 2014-06-13 07:16

Works like a regular USB in most cases

Doesn't boot


not sure if this is a problem with USB3, but I have 3 of these, and none of them are bootable. I've tried rufus, the linux universal installer, but my laptop simply will not boot into it. It just goes back into the bios whenever I try to override it. Whole reason I bought this was so I could use them to boot linux. Now they are useless....

By: tony33 2014-06-05 07:44

don't know.................................

don't know..................................


I tried to create  an Image for a notebook, it failed!(don't know whether because of the brand new notebook or this drive) How can I format this drive in FAT32 ?

By: Jean-Pierre_L 2014-05-14 08:54

Fast and furius

No Cons


I bought 3 of them, all works as rock. No problem detect

By: TheBigTroll1226 2014-02-14 09:07

-lightweight and small -comparatively cheap



I wouldnt expect much speed if that is what you are looking for from this drive. its more like a faster than normal standard usb 2 drive.

By: Joker-san 2013-10-21 09:03

Looks like a good USB3 flash drive

Slow for a USB Drive Cheap plastic Not reliable


DO NOT BUY! I bought this USB key for about 50$ about one month ago for school. When it was working, the speed was not impressive even in USB3. My USB3 drivers are properly installed and I alway remove safely the device. Since yesterday, it turned out to be in exFAT file system for nothing with no way to change it back and it has now become write protected. There is no way I can put files ever again on the drive, which is now broken for nothing! I tried almost every solution, chkdsk, clean with DiskPart, format, modify regedit, plug it in a Linux OS, scan with Windows, looked for a WriteProtect switch, etc! I wasted hours of my life searching for a solution! There is no way to write on it ever again, unless I RMA the product. What is the point of a USB key if you can't put stuff on it? REALLY CHEAP PRODUCT! I highly recommend that you DO NOT BUY!