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16GB (New) Flash drive ££15.00 at CEX

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
went in to CEX Kingston to wonder about and saw a SANDISK 16Gb brand new flash priced £15.. thought it might come in handy for some one who's looking for any..
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Do you mean 'Sandisk'? And presumably this is the class 2 card?
banned#2
Pics were deleted. Hosted on a site in russia (the pics) is never a good idea when you have no control over the final output.
#3
I got a 16GB flash drive from ebay for 10 quid and its been great - don't understand all these posts for more expensive ones!
#4
Did they not get in trouble for selling fake USB sticks a while ago, like the ones you get from eBay cheaply?
#5
twoweedogs
I got a 16GB flash drive from ebay for 10 quid and its been great - don't understand all these posts for more expensive ones!

most usb memory sticks and cards on ebay are fake. work ok for a while and are very slow
#6
looks like the ones clas ohlsen were doing in kingston
#7
KillerHawk
twoweedogs
I got a 16GB flash drive from ebay for 10 quid and its been great - don't understand all these posts for more expensive ones!
most usb memory sticks and cards on ebay are fake. work ok for a while and are very slow

Yip, if it says 16GB, try filling it with 16GB of data - you might find it will slow right and try to write 16GB but in reality it only has 2GB of storage - any extra data just comes across as corrupt and unusable. This is something to do with them reprogramming a cheaper 2GB drive to think it has 16GB of storage and selling it at 16GB prices.
If you get one from a dubious source, the first thing to do is will it up with movies for example and ensure all files either play back successfully from the drive or they can be copied back in their entirety to a different location.

Edited By: Andboy on Aug 24, 2010 10:23: typo
#9
haven't had many good experiences with that Kingston store.

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