Kingston’s DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 line of USB flash drives offer speedy transfer speeds, a sturdy case, and a fair amount of storage. They come in 32GB and 64GB capacities and offer read and write speeds of up to 150MB/s and 70MB/s, respectively.

Kingston provided Liliputing with a 64GB flash drive recently, which we’re going to go ahead and give away to one lucky reader.

Kingston 64GB USB flash drive

In order to enter our contest for this USB 3.0 flash drive, make sure to read all the rules:

  • If you’ve won another Liliputing contest in the past 60 days, you’re not eligible to win this one.
  • If you work for Liliputing or are a close friend or family member of someone who does, you’re not eligible either.
  • That’s about it for the restrictions — so if you meet those requirements, go ahead and leave a comment below before 5:00AM Eastern Thursday, March 21st, 2013.
  • Only leave one comment — I’ll toss your entry if you comment more than once.
  • Make sure there’s a valid email address, Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ account associated with your commenting account so we have a way to contact you.
  • Once we pick a winner, that person will have 48 hours to respond. We’ll pick another winner if we can’t get in touch with you.

This contest is open to anyone across the globe — but you’ll be responsible for any fees, taxes, or tariffs your country may impose on prize winnings.

The best price I’ve found for this particular flash drive is at B&H, where you can buy a Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive for $69.99.

Update: Congratulatuations to our winner, Dragan Alexandru!

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357 replies on “Win a Kingston DataTraveler 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive”

  1. This looks great to function as storage on my 16 GB Samsung Chromebook. It’s my only device with a USB 3 and it would be great to be able to direct large downloads to this drive.

  2. I have about 5 of the 2.0 kingston drives….sure would be nice to get a usb 3 drives.

  3. I’m stuck with an old 16GB USB 2.0 stick. This would come in very handy.

  4. I’ve been in need of something to keep as a back-up for my important info. This would be perfect!!!

  5. Would love to try out a USB 3.0 stick! I’m often sitting, staring, as my old, slow USB 2.0 stick transfers large files.

  6. I would finally be able to check if my USB 3.0 ports are really 3.0 😉

  7. 64GB and USB 3.0, that’d be quite an upgrade from my current flash drive.

  8. Another great promo, from a great site ( 🙂
    Keep it ON !

  9. I have two 64 gb Sandisk with 190 mb/sec speedrate , and would be happy to try this out too 😉

  10. Would be nice on my IGEP board as HD subsitute as low-power web-and-other server

  11. Nice giveaway. Albeit usb 3.0 speed transfer rate. External hdd for Linux for laptop without erasing the internal hdd. very nice

  12. That would definitely be a nice upgrade from my 8GB SDHC card. So much room for activities!

  13. Wow, more international competitions! Your competitions always have great prizes 🙂

  14. about the smallest usable size these days, matches my 3-year old n900 🙂

  15. Been reading this site for technology news for many years, would be great to this as my first usb3.0 pendrive/thumb drive//flash drive to compare with my other usb2.0 stick.

  16. Bring it! It’ll get tied to the Nexus7 with an OTG adaptor for instant Nirvana.

  17. The more memory the better. And I love the site. Helped in getting Android on my Touchpad.

  18. As George Carlin would say “I need a place for my stuff” – like the idea of a large jump drive.

  19. Found this site while looking for an Android Stick. Found lots of useful info. Keep up the good work =)

  20. I could find about a hundred uses for a 64GB flash drive, all of them nerdy.

  21. Nice USB drive. Thanks for including readers from out of State-side. Greetings from Puerto Rico. This site has been my main source of info since I bought my Asus 1000HA netbook years ago.

  22. 64GB! and to think how envious we were of the department next door with a 20MB HDD in their PC…our PC only had a 10MB HDD…and I am referring to megabytes, not terabytes. It was a long time ago folks

  23. This Kingston 64GB USB pen is the ultimate modern days’ KING’s precious STONe!!! 😀

  24. Well, this sounds a good deal to me . I trust in the quality of Kingston products. Please count me in.

  25. 64 GB would be great to keep all my family data and have it available on both my desktop and my netbook when I travel.

  26. Most likely get lots of use out of this flash drive dave01568 twitter

  27. I’d love a shot at that USB drive. Thanks for opening it to readers around the globe.

  28. Look mom. A contest. Let’s enter Toto. OK who said it had to make sense

  29. “This contest is open to anyone across the globe.”

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for this kind of contest, even if I may not win it in the end 🙂

  30. Hmm, this could definitely come useful with my filing harddrives right now

  31. I love to have one !! Wanna try how it perform on USB 3.0 specially

  32. A nice shiny new thing to play with! I’m feeling pretty lucky right now.

  33. The hard drive on my PC is nearly full. The Kingston DataTraveler 64GB USB flash drive is just what I need!

  34. I don’t know why I am commenting as I most rely on the Cloud.

  35. Ooo, USB 3.0 drive would be useful for a persistent Linuxs Live USB drive.

  36. I’d like to see how this compares to my new Patriot Supersonic Rage XT 64GB USB 3.0.

  37. When you think about Moore’s Law it doesn’t seem like that much memory.

  38. Sweet drive, and USB 3.0, nice. Hope I win it. Thanks for all that you do! Know there’s someone out here reading every article in Google Reader (not for long.. 🙂 and fresh and different content from Liliputing is loved.

  39. Pity this isn’t physically smaller, but I’ll take what I can get!

  40. An avid reader of you site! I would also like to win this! Good luck me…

  41. Gosh, if I win, I’ll have the perfect excuse to upgrade to a computer with USB3 ports. 😉

  42. I have no clue what to do with it (I am concentrating on SD cards for my storage) but I worry about that, once I have won it:-D

  43. I would like to enter the contest. I think that you should review it before giving it away, though. Isn’t that kind of the whole point of companies giving you this stuff to begin with?

  44. Ok, count me in. Perfect excuse to upgrade the 16GB one in the dash of the car and have moar tunes!

  45. I’m in. Thanks for giving away the freebies that you receive from companies that make products you review.

  46. Well considering my old 8GB flash drive just died, this is good timing.

  47. I am actually planning on buying a 64GB usb stick. Maybe I will wait to see if I can win one instead. 🙂

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