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Kingston DTIG4/32GB Data Traveler G4 USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) Flash Drive 32 GB, Red/White £3.60 on Prime (£4.49 delivery non-prime)
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Kingston DTIG4/32GB Data Traveler G4 USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) Flash Drive 32 GB, Red/White £3.60 on Prime (£4.49 delivery non-prime)

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Posted 27th Dec 2019Edited by:"LD2DVD"

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One of the slowest writers of any USB Ive ever had
PLUS and far worse - the one I had wouldn't play videos. Would play a few minutes and stop then the usb would just stop being seen by the TV or PC
These Kingston drives are always slow but I think for cheap storage you can overlook it. We use them for getting films to the TV or moving things around at work. Good price - saw this the other day, the 64GB is only £5.97, which is also good.
28gb usable space!
jehyburd28/12/2019 11:42

28gb usable space!


A manufacturer considers 1 Megabyte to be 1000 Kilobytes, 1 Gigabyte to be 1000 Megabytes, 1 Terabyte to be 1000 Gigabytes and so on. This is correct considering that kilo means 1000 and mega means 1000000 (10^6). However, computers calculate on base 2 and to them, 1 MB is actually 1024 kilobytes, 1GB is 1024MB and 1 TB is 1024GB. This difference in the method of computation is responsible for this "missing space."
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