Kingston packed the Predator flash drive in a metal box, a nice change from the standard plastic blister type packages that most producers offer.
Inside the box aside from the flash drive we can find a keychain and also a short USB 3.0 cable. This short cable is handy add-on as the flash drive isn’t small and it’s hard to use it on desktop motherboards with other USB devices in nearby ports.
The Kingston HyperX DT Predator has a metal – zinc alloy, case. Kingston says it looks stylish and I can’t disagree.
As you can see in the photos, the case is really big for a flash drive.
Beyond the above specifications, the Kingston HyperX DT Predator is compatible with all new and many older operating systems, such as the Windows series from XP to 8 or Linux 2.6.x and MacOS X.
Kingston, being sure about the quality of its product, guarantees problem-free operation for 5 years. It’s a very long warranty for a flash drive, most available drives have a 1 year warranty.