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

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

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32GB USB 2.0, has fast speeds.

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

hotukdeals.com/dea…897

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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ricsantos

already posted


Where?

Original Poster

I just checked, I can't find double post? Please elaborate dude...

ricsantos

already posted



no it hasn't

haha some ppl lol haha

He clearly can't read and means that cap'less' version.

anyone got one of these and know what the build quality is like? Are the shells on these metal?

So what are the transfer rates?...

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K1LLER HORNET

So what are the transfer rates?...



Its in the title and desc...

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

K1LLER HORNET

So what are the transfer rates?...


Better than your eye site.

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...

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

Better for eye site

Slow, this is better writes at 17.5Mb/s (mine does), cheaper, smaller, waterproof, pretty durable

scan.co.uk/pro…est


Edited by: "sosrandom" 17th Nov 2010

sosrandom

Slow, this is better writes at 17.5Mb/s, cheaper, smaller, waterproof, … Slow, this is better writes at 17.5Mb/s, cheaper, smaller, waterproof, pretty durablehttp://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" 17th Nov 2010

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ricsantos

already posted


K1LLER HORNET

So what are the transfer rates?...



what size is this?

Agharta

Better than your eye site.



And better than your spelling

dunfyboy

what size is this?



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]

gizmouk

And better than your spelling



Better than your grammar and punctuation!

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!

move along.
Edited by: "haritori" 18th Nov 2010

Not past your bedtime children?

some tests show my post has 32mb read and 18mb write so how is this drive faster?

hotukdeals.com/dea…083

What you could store…Up to 8000 pictures @ 8 megapixelUp to 12800 p … What you could store…Up to 8000 pictures @ 8 megapixelUp to 12800 pictures @ 5 megapixel8000 Minutes of MP3/WMA @ 128kb/sOver 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" 18th Nov 2010

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.

Voltro

Where?



I never saw it either

Hi. Thanks for this.

The link isn't working for some reason. Is this it?:
7dayshop.com/cat…738

Looks like the price might have gone up a bit (£32.99).

Price increasec by £3

Liddle ol' me

Are the X-speeds standardised? Why don't they list MB/s speeds - it would … 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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