USB Flash Drive with Keypad – Kingston DT2000 Review

I review the Kingston DT2000 encrypted drive featuring a keypad. You can locks the drive with a or number combination for protection. The auto-lock feature is activated when the drive is removed from a device, and it deletes the encryption key after 10 failed intrusion attempts. It features hardware-based, full disk AES 256-bit data encryption in XTS mode. Encryption is done on the drive, not on the host computer, and no trace of the PIN is left on the system, for an advanced level of security. DataTraveler 2000 is OS independent and can be used on any device with a USB 2.0 or USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) port. It’s compatible with Windows®, Mac OS, Linux, Chrome OS, Android, thin clients and embedded systems, and the drive requires no software or drivers.

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TheRealDal says:

LOOOL $100 for this shit FACK OFFFF

BenJr94 says:

Great now I can store my P(o)RN safely and securely

Moon Moon says:

That hardware Encryption Plus Veracrypt/Truecrypt fork/or truecrypt 7.1a to any flashdrive. Bam!

E Walker says:


Coop tech says:

First and also great video

John Appleseed says:

Any reason why you didn’t show how it displays on the laptop once the code has been accepted?

Julio G says:

Used to have a lot of respect for your reviews what happened. Not once did you plug this in to any kind of computer and actually perform the tests you were benchmarking. This feels like a commercial for Kingston. What happened to you bro.

Julius Leonard says:

“If you have any home movies” heheehe. You da best.

Caiphus Mokgethi says:

Military grade stuff

Amanda Woolsey says:

Love that you keep hitting that rec button! Great video

Tim S says:

Thats sweet

CandyCreep Ent says:

If I was shady, this would be the EXACT thing I would be looking out for to steal. Because it most likely holds something very important. You can’t say that people wouldn’t steal it because it “looks intimidating”

Johanneslol11 says:

it’s like the nimbus 2000 xD lol

Tech1Tv says:

It’s cool to keep files safe but it’s expensive

TheProjectX3 says:

I want to ask “where is the microfilm??” and get this one 😀

Nandor says:

Cool idea! Seems annoying tho. Finger print would be much nicer

Nice Juan says:

room tour pls!!!!

Arkobrata Majumder says:


Fundador Lopez says:

Does it comes USB-C?

Artemis Ares says:

150$ o-o there is no single fucking way in the world that it’s worth 150$ maybe if it was a tb but 16 gb? 300$ for the 32gb smh

Campwise05 says:

Looks like a nice thumb drive SKB, also hope you hit 1 million subscribers at some point, you deserve it!

thomas gorman says:

home movies. we know what you use this for lol

Cody Pelletier says:

How does one send you products to review?

Šon Koneri says:

Soldier Grows Fast

Austin Alexander says:

What happened to this channel..

Kazi Shantonu says:

isn’t this just a rebranded datashur drive?

Jake Smith says:

Hillary Clinton should’ve bought this

Nishit Desai says:

is there a internal battery? tell us about it.

QP History/Education/Music says:

hey soldier if you want some awesome music for your videos let me know

johnnymcleanvlogs says:

Now that’s cool

DeeJayDaveK says:

To expensive! 🙁 I wanted one but not that price #CloudStorage instead.

Family Game Choice says:

I think this guy is Hating on CND and Triforce… Lets Jump him

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