The HyperX Savage USB drive comes in a standard blister pack for packaging. It gives you a good look at the drive, capacity and read/write speeds before buying and gets the job done.
Inside you will find the drive itself, a HyperX sticker and a little strap so that you can attach the drive to something like a set of keys so that you don’t lose it.
While the older HyperX Fury USB drives ship in a plastic housing, Kingston has stepped up its build materials for the Savage drives with an aluminium X and rubberized plastic used to protect the internals. Overall, it’s a good looking USB drive with a premium finish to it.
As you can see, once the drive is formatted you get 117GB of space to play around with.