27 August, 2014: The drive’s USB head comes in blue, indicating that the drive supports USB 3.0. It’s in fact the first thumbdrive I’ve worked with that supports this latest, much faster USB standard. The Triton also works with USB 2.0 and the original USB standards. To take advantage of its speed, however, you’ll need to use it with an USB 3.0 port on a computer. Note that currently Macs generally don’t support USB 3.0.
Nonetheless the Triton supports both Mac and Windows computers out of the box by being preformatted using the FAT32 file system. There’s no setting up; all you have to do is plug it into your computer’s USB port and you’re set. The computer will recognize and assign a drive letter to the new drive and you can use it just like any other drive already installed on the computer. The Triton comes blank, with no software or any data preinstalled on it. .
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