Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB USB Review


[section_title title=Closer Look]Closer Look

The packaging the Kingston HyperX Fursy USB drive comes in is very minimal and this is great. Too many times do companies over compensate for something with some ridiculous packaging on their products but not here.

On the front we can of course see the Hyperx branding in the top left corner, to the right we have the capacity and read/write speeds with the model and a cutout revealing the actual drive itself.


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On the back of the packaging we have a bit of information in a few various languages.

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When opening the package up it reveals the warranty information in quite a few languages again.

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Getting the Fury USB out of the packaging we can see it has a nice design. It lets us know we have the 16GB model in our case with a red shield/flame type design in the background. Also, on the cab covering the usb part we can see the HX (HyperX) logo.

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Both sides are designed to be able to grip them a bit easier, one side has also included the Kingston logo.

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On what I would consider to be the back of the drive we have the full HyperX logo and can now see a bit better a place at the end to stick a lanyard or something similar through for easier transportation.

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When removing the cab it is easily placed on the rear of the drive to help us keep from loosing it. There is also a bit of technical information on the usb part of the drive.

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If there was any question on whether or not this drive was in fact USB3.0 compatible, the blue end of the USB should clear that up.

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