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SanDisk Cruzer Force 32 GB USB Flash Drive USB 2.0 at Amazon for £4.60 (Prime or add £2.99)
SanDisk Cruzer Force 32 GB USB Flash Drive USB 2.0 at Amazon for £4.60 (Prime or add £2.99)

SanDisk Cruzer Force 32 GB USB Flash Drive USB 2.0 at Amazon for £4.60 (Prime or add £2.99)

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usb 2.0 .. I'll pass

Good luck trying to copy large files,it will take ages if it will allow you at all. Never again for me when it comes to cheap USB drives

naseemmuflihi

usb 2.0 .. I'll pass



​why did you feel the need to tell us that? if you don't want it then why waste your precious time even commenting?

Thanks! Grabbed one. Heat added!

L555BAT

​why did you feel the need to tell us that? if you don't want it then w … ​why did you feel the need to tell us that? if you don't want it then why waste your precious time even commenting?



It's a good point, these larger drives with a slower interface are rubbish..

L555BAT

​why did you feel the need to tell us that? if you don't want it then w … ​why did you feel the need to tell us that? if you don't want it then why waste your precious time even commenting?


Why do you begrudge him having an opinion ! oO

Hm, does seem exceptionally slow.
Plenty of reviews on Amazon and only one who gives a vague benchmark (no CrystalDiskmark screenshots) is this one:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…NM2
5MB/s write and 20MB/s read. Which would mean about 15GB per hour to write (or two hours to fill this drive).

The price per GB is good, but about the only use I would have for such a slow drive would be for installing Windows from and for that I only need 8GB...

Coming up at £9.18 for me

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Plenty of uses for slow USB drives though. Like car stereos for example; filled once with 32GB of music then pretty much never changed again so read/write speed not important at all.

I've got a 128gb thumb drive. I don't know what I was thinking. It is ok to download files onto direct from the internet, but for copying large files (say 300mb plus) performance is abysmal. So bad that you probably wouldn't want to use it to copy some files from a PC for playback on a TV.

So I'd say that anyone thinking about purchasing on of these should consider what they want to use it for. As mentioned in the comment above, there are uses for slow drives.
Edited by: "mikedefieslife" 27th Dec 2016

mikedefieslife

I've got a 128gb thumb drive. I don't know what I was thinking. It is ok … I've got a 128gb thumb drive. I don't know what I was thinking. It is ok to download files onto direct from the internet, but for copying large files (say 300mb plus) performance is abysmal. So bad that you probably wouldn't want to use it to copy some files from a PC for playback on a TV.So I'd say that anyone thinking about purchasing on of these should consider what they want to use it for. As mentioned in the comment above, there are uses for slow drives.



Well said! If you don't need to write to it frequently or write and read large amounts of data then this is the drive of choice. Otherwise be prepared to be disappointed

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