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Kingston 128GB DataTraveler Exodia 3.2 M USB Flash Drive - £7.98 Delivered @ MyMemory

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About this deal

Nice and simple flashdrive for every day use. If you want something superfast then you will have to spend more than this, but if you just want a well built model and a decent amount of storage, £7.98 delivered is fair going at the moment.

Kingston DataTraveler Exodia M features USB 3.2 Gen 1 performance for easy access to laptops, desktop PCs, monitors and other digital devices. DT Exodia M allows quick transfers and convenient storage of documents, music, videos and more.
  • USB 3.2 Gen 1
  • Loop easily attaches to key rings
  • Moving cap design protects USB connector

Functional design
Moving cap design protects USB connector and your data when not in use.

Convenience at your fingertips
The lightweight USB 3.2 Gen 1 compliant storage solution delivers quick file transfers.

Ultimate portability
Range of capacities with colourful cap and a loop that easily attaches to key rings.

Key Features
  • Colour: Red
  • Speed: USB 3.2 Gen 1 compliant
  • Operating temperature: 0°C~60°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C~85°C
  • Dimensions: 67.4mm x 21.8mm x 11.6mm
  • Compatible with: Windows 11, 10, 8.1, macOS (v.10.14.x +), Linux (v. 2.6.x +), Chrome OS

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    Best suited for a mainly read drive if the above benchmark is correct (Music/Home Video collection, Windows/Linux/PreInstaller, portable apps ..etc ..etc
    Do you happen to know how one of these would fare for long term storage? Say for 5 years or so?
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    This is what I expect a modern day BFG9000 or leaf blower to look like.
    you must have a small garden / drive lol
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    No read/write speed mentioned. I would not buy.
    Cause you are so busy you couldn't wait a few minutes. It's that price for a reason and will be useful for many people.
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    I guess this would be good for a emulation drive to store old roms, Isos e.t.c (edited)
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    No more Kingston, I promised myself. Just lost everything from one of their memory sticks few weeks ago.
    Everything just... puf, and gone, nothing left, zero, zilch. Luckily that were just videos and stuff but there was apparently known issue with them Kingston's, I have read somewhere.
    So while it is good find and brilliant deal, one would think, I'll pass.
    Agrees, the only memory sticks I've ever had die are my kingstons and not just one of them either. They're also super slow and the switch out parts often.
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    Whatever you do, don't buy the branded flash drives. I've had 2 256gb go faulty on me and they make you return the drives so they can test it then they say they will only send you the same drive back. Not great customer service so far.
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    Great deal. Thank you.