Sandisk Cruzer Blade 64GB USB 2.0 - £8.39 delivered at Picstop
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Sandisk Cruzer Blade 64GB USB 2.0 - £8.39 delivered at Picstop

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Posted 9th Oct
Sandisk Cruzer Blade 64GB USB 2.0 - £8.39 delivered, at Picstop.


The 64GB Cruzer Blade USB Flash Drive may look small, but it has all the space you need to store and share tunes, pictures and home videos - or your presentations and spreadsheets - whenever you want.


What could be better than a small and compact way to take files with you? The 64GB Cruzer Blade USB Flash Drive may look small, but it has all the space you need to store and share tunes, pictures and home videos - or your presentations and spreadsheets - whenever you want. Despite storing 64GB in a compact and contoured design, the Cruzer Blade USB Flash Drive is barely half the size of most USB Flash Drives. It makes sure that your private files stay protected, with the password protection and encryption offered by SanDisk SecureAccess software.

Benefits:
- Compact, lightweight design makes it easy to carry
- The easiest way to share, store and protect your music, photos, videos and work files
- So simple to use, you can be up and running in seconds
- SanDisk SecureAccess software protects private files with a personal password and automatic 128-bit AES encryption1
- It couldn't be easier to use: simply drag and drop files into a private folder or "vault" and they're safe
- Available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities

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Technical details:
- Capacities: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB
- Compatibility
- Storage: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X v10.5+ and Linux
- SanDisk SecureAccess software: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Mac OS X v10.5+
- USB port: USB 2.0 port required for high-speed transfer
- Country of origin: China
- Material: Silicone and plastic
- Dimensions: 41.50mm x 17.60mm x 7.40mm (1.63" x 0.69" x 0.29" in)
- Operating temperature: 0°C to 45°C
- Storage temperature: -10°C to 70°C
- Support: Five-year limited warranty

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Would this Kingston 64gb USB 3.0 not be better at £8.18 given the extra speed?

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Haircut_10009/10/2019 15:44

Would this Kingston 64gb USB 3.0 not be better at £8.18 given the extra …Would this Kingston 64gb USB 3.0 not be better at £8.18 given the extra speed?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-DTIG4-64GB-DataTraveler-Purple/dp/B00G9WHMYK


Horses for course? (a Seagate verses Western Digital kinda scenario thing, etc etc?). :-D

But thanx anyway, lol.
amour3k09/10/2019 15:58

Horses for course? (a Seagate verses Western Digital kinda scenario thing, …Horses for course? (a Seagate verses Western Digital kinda scenario thing, etc etc?). :-DBut thanx anyway, lol.


No, the one that you posted is only a USB 2.0. The Kingston one I posted is a USB 3.0, it should be capable of much faster transfer speeds.
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 9th Oct
These work well with PS Classic.
Haircut_10009/10/2019 16:12

No, the one that you posted is only a USB 2.0. The Kingston that one …No, the one that you posted is only a USB 2.0. The Kingston that one posted is a USB 3.0, it should be capable of much faster transfer speeds.


Fair enough, go for the Kingston then. :-)

They're both good brand's, selling quality products a piece, so it's cool.
j8te109/10/2019 16:16

These work well with PS Classic.


Yep!, so I've also heard, lol.

Not bad. :-)
j8te109/10/2019 16:16

These work well with PS Classic.


Ok, I'm in then!
amour3k09/10/2019 16:19

Fair enough, go for the Kingston then. :-)They're both good brand's, …Fair enough, go for the Kingston then. :-)They're both good brand's, selling quality products a piece, so it's cool.


You are missing the point. He is not talking about brand or quality, but the simple fact that one is older tech - 2.0 and means much slower speed. The other one is 3.0 and would be much faster and a better deal. I personally don't buy USB 2.0 anymore as I find them awful slow.
Nice one, just grabbed one of these and a cheap 32gb one as well. I can use that one for my Windows ISO whenever I need to reinstall windows. Heated.
Andrisakins09/10/2019 17:24

You are missing the point. He is not talking about brand or quality, but …You are missing the point. He is not talking about brand or quality, but the simple fact that one is older tech - 2.0 and means much slower speed. The other one is 3.0 and would be much faster and a better deal. I personally don't buy USB 2.0 anymore as I find them awful slow.


But the SanDisk is black and red. And it's called "cruzer" and "blade"! It's right there, in the name!!!
If you have USB 3.0 port then def go for USB 3.0, USB 3.0 allows you to run OS , USB 2.0 I would stick to storage.
Haircut_10009/10/2019 15:44

Would this Kingston 64gb USB 3.0 not be better at £8.18 given the extra …Would this Kingston 64gb USB 3.0 not be better at £8.18 given the extra speed?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-DTIG4-64GB-DataTraveler-Purple/dp/B00G9WHMYK


Have you read the reviews of that........?
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