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Duracell High Performance 128 GB Capless USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Copper/Black Amazon/Mymemory- £20.99 with 5 years Warranty
Duracell High Performance 128 GB Capless USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Copper/Black Amazon/Mymemory- £20.99 with 5 years Warranty

Duracell High Performance 128 GB Capless USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Copper/Black Amazon/Mymemory- £20.99 with 5 years Warranty

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USB3 high performance 128GB, They feature a convenient capless design with a retractable USB connector to protect your data while in transit. Simply push or pull to expose and retract the connector.

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moby_matt

Also on MyMemory as well.


It says that in the title....

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moby_matt

Also on MyMemory as well.


Thanks. That was what I meant in the title but it was not clear enough.

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On seeing the picture for the first time, I thought it is a new kinda battery lol

Damn i wish the 128gb microsd cards were as cheap as the USB sticks.

Love it. Heat added.

It's cheap, so I wonder what the read/write speeds are. Anyone know?

Lucky88

It's cheap, so I wonder what the read/write speeds are. Anyone know?



Read Speed up to 25MB/s
Write Speed up to 10MB/s

antonyi

Read Speed up to 25MB/sWrite Speed up to 10MB/s



​XD 128gb to write would be nearly 4 hours

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nedford

​XD 128gb to write would be nearly 4 hours



​up to 35mbps the website say.

Really don't understand high capacity USB3m pen drives that have such awful transfer rates. You're best off getting a SanDisk Extreme, I get near 100MB/sec write on mine Though admittedly they're more expensive but far less frustrating to use.
Edited by: "soton26" 2nd Jan

soton26

Really don't understand high capacity USB3m pen drives that have such … Really don't understand high capacity USB3m pen drives that have such awful transfer rates. You're best off getting a SanDisk Ultra, I get near 100MB/sec write on mine Though admittedly they're more expensive but far less frustrating to use.



Agreed. The problem with these ones and many others is marketing comes along and puts "high performance" on the packaging and everyone gets a boner.

I thought it was AA batteries

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Hardawan

I thought it was AA batteries



​me too..

antonyi

Read Speed up to 25MB/sWrite Speed up to 10MB/s



where did you see those numbers?

Had several 'Duracell' flash drives, they are actually made by Dane-elec and were pretty awful. Very slow when worked and failed well before the 5 year warranty was up with light use. Their warranty is direct through retailer, Amazon accepted the return after 3 years because the warranty terms were pretty convoluted so not really even sure if they were supposed to at that point maybe just Amazon going above and beyond. Either way, I would be fairly cautious with these and where you buy them from. Overall I'd probably just recommend another brand tbh.
Note: All that said this was several years ago with 32GB sticks so it's possible all has changed since then but I just thought I'd share my experience anyway.

This is AA deal!

pavel76

Cheaper and … Cheaper and fasterhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/181996603417?clk_rvr_id=1147505084255&rmvSB=true



I have one of those - Lexar S75. It's a reasonable compromise between price and high speed. It works pretty well and it's £1 cheaper than the Duracell.

Can this be used on Xbox one s for extra storage

too slow for me. you can grab a Sandisk extreme 128gb from Curry's for 29.99 at the moment which I think is well worth the extra £9.

As a comparison, the Sandisk runs at around 150MB/Sec on my PC.
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