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2 x Patriot 64GB Xporter Pulse USB Flash Drives £21.98 @ Memorybits
2 x Patriot 64GB Xporter Pulse USB Flash Drives £21.98 @ Memorybits

2 x Patriot 64GB Xporter Pulse USB Flash Drives £21.98 @ Memorybits

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2 x Patriot 64GB Xporter Pulse USB Flash Drives

Small, stylish, and always ready to go! The Patriot Xporter Pulse delivers all you need with excellent transfer speeds and comes equipped with an all-aluminium housing for best in class protection. The Patriot Xporter Pulse provides the perfect small form factor solution for excellent portability.

Available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB densities; offering easy plug and play functionality on all popular platforms, the Patriot Xporter Pulse is compatible with Windows® 7, and later.

Backed by Patriot’s award winning customer service, the Xporter Pulse comes with a 2 year warranty.

6 Comments

According to a review on Amazon, speeds are around:

Write: 3.61 MByte/s
Read: 11.0 MByte/s

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goretex

Slooooooowwwwwww



Yup, great for technicians though, can load these up with bootable isos/utils, even if it does take a while to do it.

fishmaster

Yup, great for technicians though, can load these up with bootable … Yup, great for technicians though, can load these up with bootable isos/utils, even if it does take a while to do it.



I am a technician I hold MCP, MCSE, VCP, CCNA qualifications and I still think these are too slow for the job at hand. To copy the windows 2012 R2 iso onto it @ 3.54 GB it would take 18.5 Minutes are you serious???? I could burn it to DVD in less time. Just use a cheap SSD and do the job properly instead of crap flash drives
Edited by: "goretex" 16th Jul 2014

goretex

I am a technician I hold MCP, MCSE, VCP, CCNA qualifications and I still … I am a technician I hold MCP, MCSE, VCP, CCNA qualifications and I still think these are too slow for the job at hand. To copy the windows 2012 R2 iso onto it @ 3.54 GB it would take 18.5 Minutes are you serious???? I could burn it to DVD in less time. Just use a cheap SSD and do the job properly instead of crap flash drives



I do the same job, I find USB pen drives invaluable, each to their own and technicians are the worst to fight with each other over which is the best method to use I have an updated Win 7 June 2014 iso which I use for all Win 7 installs and I have seperate MBR/UEFI Windows 8.1 isos, and wpkey for reading the Windows serial from the BIOS for activation. I've got the usual Hiren's although I'm looking to try mobscene21s utils.

I did use a Zalman enclosure but many laptops wouldn't show it in the BOOT menu, then the HDD failed in it so I didn't bother again. Must have 10 or so USBs in work, which keeps us going with repairs.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 16th Jul 2014

I bought 2 of these the last time they where on offer and they are pretty slow, but they are quick enough to play videos off on my tablet via OTG cable. They needs to be reformated from Exfat to FAT32 for tablets to access the drive, i use this program

ridgecrop.demon.co.uk/ind…htm
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