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USB 3.0 Connectivity
Colour: Black
Capacity: 16GB
Maximum Read Transfer Rate: 60 MB/s
Maximum Write Transfer Rate: 25 MB/s
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kindareal2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
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Graham1979#1
Nice find!
Shine600#2
HOT!!!
darksideby182#3
Toasty
abzzyy#4
thanks :)
Faythur#5
Nice
ianbeany#6
super
marra#7
By all the one word replies am i right in assuming these are the dogs then was going to hang on for a 32gb
Faythur#8
The 32Gb version is £21 so this one is much better value per Gb.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005KJJ50C/ref=noref?ie=UTF8&psc=1&s=computers

[note that the 5 star reviews all relate to the 32Gb version]

Edited By: Faythur on Aug 28, 2012 01:18
marra#9
Cheers ordered got a usb 3 pcmcia express card too whilst i was at it all in £12.80 cant grumble.
1apple#10
hot
misiekmati#11
heat added
XPL1C1T#12
Hi, could i use this on my Xbox 360? I know this may be a stupid question, Thank you.
radiohead999 2 Likes #13
XPL1C1T
Hi, could i use this on my Xbox 360? I know this may be a stupid question, Thank you.

Yes, you can. Not a stupid question if you don't know :-)
csimanbanned#14
great usb2 speeds too according to a reviewer

read 31mb/s write 19mb/s (usb2)

tempted but will wait for the 32 gb one to reduce

EDIT: no lanyard attachment means no purchase for me :(
Sweetchuck#15
Maximum Write Transfer Rate: 25 MB/s

No thanks. A USB 3.0 device should be able to eke out more than an extra 6 MB/s over its USB 2.0 write speeds.
BubaMan#16
Sweetchuck
Maximum Write Transfer Rate: 25 MB/s
No thanks. A USB 3.0 device should be able to eke out more than an extra 6 MB/s over its USB 2.0 write speeds.
For a flash drive, that's fast but then there's the question "why have a USB 3 flash drive?"

For Windows-to-go, Kingston are releasing a 32GB and 64GB USB 3 SSD:
http://legacy.kingston.com/wtg/?id=2

80MB/s read and 60MB/s write fast enough for you?
ryanmartin1993#17
The write speed is actually decent for such a cheap device. My USB 3.0 16GB Patriot Supersonic Pulse drive only writes at 20MB/s and that costs £9.50.
Sweetchuck#18
BubaMan
80MB/s read and 60MB/s write fast enough for you?

Yes. That's the kind of territory USB 3.0 devices should be aiming for. There are USB 2.0 drives out there which achieve faster write speeds than 25 MB/s (Patriot Xporter, Corsair GTR etc).

EDIT: typo.

Edited By: Sweetchuck on Aug 28, 2012 09:36
brianfantana#19
Thanks op, ordered one before I start college again next week :)
csimanbanned#20
Sweetchuck
Maximum Write Transfer Rate: 25 MB/s

No thanks. A USB 3.0 device should be able to eke out more than an extra 6 MB/s over its USB 2.0 write speeds.

its £7 FFS oO

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