Legit Memory Reviews
Kingston 4GB DataTraveler Mini Fun USB Flash Drive
|Product:||Datatraveler Mini Fun DTMFR/4GB|
|Date:||Thu, Nov 29, 2007 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Shane Higgins -|
Kingston Makes Flash Drives Fun!
Kingston Technology just recently increased the capacity of its DataTraveler Mini Fun and DataTraveler Mini – Migo Edition USB flash drives. Previously, these flash drives were only available in 1GB and 2GB, the drives will now come in capacities up to 4GB. The DataTraveler Mini Fun now also features Sudoku as well as the previously included Atlantis from Big Fish Games. The drives measure 38mm x 19mm x 8mm and support USB 2.0 interface. Today, Legit Reviews will be taking a look at the 4GB DataTraveler Mini Fun.
- Convenient: mini-size for easy portability
- Simple: plug and play into a USB port
- Functional: comes preloaded with Sudoku and Atlantis
- Capacities1: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB
- Dimensions: 1.5? x 0.75? x 0.31? (38mm x 19mm x 8mm)
- Operating temperature: 32° F to 140° F (0° C to 60° C)
- Compliant: designed to Hi-Speed USB 2.0 specifications
- Operating Systems: Windows Vista, Win 2000, Win XP, Mac OS 10.x and above, Linux Kernel 2.4 and above
- Bundled games support Windows Vista, XP, 2000 and DirectX 8.0
- Guaranteed: five-year warranty
Packaging and external impressions
The Kingston Mini Fun comes packed, as most all flash drives are now, in a plastic clamshell. The package also sports the system requirements for the two preloaded games.
The Mini Fun comes with a lanyard that can be used to attach the dive to your key ring.
To add to the fun and have some functionality the cap and base are lego-esk. With this design, the cap can be stored securely on end of device to prevent loss. If you had enough of the them, you might be able to actually build something!
Kingston was not wrong in calling this drive mini. As you can see in the image above, the body of the drive is almost as small as the USB plug. This is good and bad. Good because it is small and will fit nicely on your key ring, bad because it's so small you might easily loose the darn thing if you're not to careful. The drive measures 1.5" x 0.75" x 0.31" (38mm x 19mm x 8mm) if you are curious of its exact size.
For the fun part of the Mini Fun, Kingston included two puzzle games from Big Fish games. The two games are the popular Soduko numbers game and Atlantis shown above. Atlantis is billed as a kids game, but it was found to be quite addictive. Atlantis is like a cross between Space Invaders and Bejeweled! A snake of multi colored balls work their way thru a maze, while you shoot balls to get groups of 3 or more in order to eliminate the snake before it can reach the exit. Now, this seems simple enough, but as the game progresses through its 87 levels it gets faster the maze gets crazier.
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