32GB Very Fast (219x Read, 101x Write speeds) Dane-Elec Aero USB 2.0 Flash / Key Drive - £29.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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32GB USB 2.0, has fast speeds.

There is another post for the "Cap'less" version:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/32gb-high-speed-25mb-s-read-10mb-s-/802897

But an extra £2 more, you can get 1/3 extra speed increase in read and write.

Why not?

Specs from website:

Read/Write Speeds
Read Speed: 219x
Write Speed: 101x

What you could store…
Up to 8000 pictures @ 8 megapixel
Up to 12800 pictures @ 5 megapixel
8000 Minutes of MP3/WMA @ 128kb/s
Over 50 hours of Mpeg 4 (640x480px)
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#1
already posted
banned#2
ricsantos
already posted

Where?
#3
I just checked, I can't find double post? Please elaborate dude...
#4
ricsantos
already posted


no it hasn't
#5
haha some ppl lol haha
1 Like #6
He clearly can't read and means that cap'less' version.
#7
anyone got one of these and know what the build quality is like? Are the shells on these metal?
#8
So what are the transfer rates?...
banned#9
K1LLER HORNET
So what are the transfer rates?...


Its in the title and desc...

Read/Write Speeds
Read Speed: 219x
Write Speed: 101x
#10
K1LLER HORNET
So what are the transfer rates?...

Better than your eye site.
#11
OK.

Maybe I should be more specific...

What is the transfer rate in MB/s?

I didn't realise people in the real world measured read/write rates in (insert number)x speeds...

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Nov 17, 2010 23:31
5 Likes #12
K1LLER HORNET
So what are the transfer rates?...


1x = 150Kbytes/s

Therefore
Read = 219 x 150Kb = 32.9Mb/s
Write = 101 x 150Kb = 15.2Mb/s
#13
Better for eye site
#14
Slow, this is better writes at 17.5Mb/s (mine does), cheaper, smaller, waterproof, pretty durable

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/16gb-super-talent-pico-c-super-mini-water-proof-series-usb-drive-worlds-smallest



Edited By: sosrandom on Nov 17, 2010 23:37
1 Like #15
sosrandom
Slow, this is better writes at 17.5Mb/s, cheaper, smaller, waterproof, pretty durable


http://www.scan.co.uk/products/16gb-super-talent-pico-c-super-mini-water-proof-series-usb-drive-worlds-smallest


Ahaha but its half the size (16gb)? Seriously? C'mon..

Edited By: shadowdogg on Nov 17, 2010 23:39
banned#16
ricsantos
already posted

K1LLER HORNET
So what are the transfer rates?...


what size is this? :p
#17
Agharta
K1LLER HORNET
So what are the transfer rates?...

Better than your eye site.


And better than your spelling
#18
dunfyboy

what size is this? :p


Well I may as well tell u it like this if 219x makes sense to you:

The capacity = 2.5x12.8 (GB)

Because we all know that's the transfer rate displayed within the OS [/sarcasm]

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Nov 17, 2010 23:57
#19
gizmouk
Agharta
K1LLER HORNET
So what are the transfer rates?...

Better than your eye site.


And better than your spelling


Better than your grammar and punctuation!
#20
Ok, can someone who has this drive tell me what its made of, and if its going to fall apart in two weeks time.

Thanks!
#21
move along.

Edited By: haritori on Nov 18, 2010 00:14
#22
Not past your bedtime children?
#23
some tests show my post has 32mb read and 18mb write so how is this drive faster?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/transcend-even-faster-cheaper-jetfl/803083
#24

What you could store…
Up to 8000 pictures @ 8 megapixel
Up to 12800 pictures @ 5 megapixel
8000 Minutes of MP3/WMA @ 128kb/s
Over 50 hours of Mpeg 4 (640x480px)


Where are those figures from? They sound more like the figures for an 8GB card....

You could store a shed load more than 8000 minutes @128Kbps.. [over 30,000 minutes]

Edited By: jah128 on Nov 18, 2010 01:46
1 Like #25
Read/Write Speeds
Read Speed: 219x
Write Speed: 101x


Are the X-speeds standardised? Why don't they list MB/s speeds - it would be more transparent.
#26
Voltro
ricsantos
already posted
Where?

I never saw it either
#27
Hi. Thanks for this.

The link isn't working for some reason. Is this it?:
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=106738

Looks like the price might have gone up a bit (£32.99).
#28
Price increasec by £3 :(
#29
Liddle ol' me
Read/Write Speeds
Read Speed: 219x
Write Speed: 101x


Are the X-speeds standardised? Why don't they list MB/s speeds - it would be more transparent.


They are based on the read speeds of a CD (150KBPS) [remember how you used to get 24x, 48x speed CD-ROM drives etc], so divide by 6 or 7 will give you a rough MBPS speed. As you say though, MBPS is a better figure (but larger numbers sell!)

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