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Verbatim 128GB Store 'n' Go PinStripe USB 2.0 Drive - Black for £7.99/2 for £14.99/3 for £21.99 Delivered @ Base
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Verbatim 128GB Store 'n' Go PinStripe USB 2.0 Drive - Black for £7.99/2 for £14.99/3 for £21.99 Delivered @ Base

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Posted 6th MarEdited by:"Brutes"

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Description
Product Family
Store 'n' Go PinStripe
Product Type
USB Flash Drive
Marketing
With USB ports in almost every computer and popping up in cars, DVD and multimedia players, TV's, photo frames and more, USB drives are now being considered an essential accessory. The Store 'n' Go PinStripe USB Drive from Verbatim has a push and pull sliding feature which protects the USB connection when it is not in use without the need for a seperate cap which is easily lost. Each PinStripe USB Drive also includes a password protection software trial from EasyLock.
Features:3418358.jpgIn a lightweight, sriped pinstripe design and available in a variety of colours and capacities the PinStripe USB Drive is the perfect storage solution for everyone.
Warranty
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty.
Barcode
  • 023942490715
Storage
  • Memory Size 128GB
  • Memory Package USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Performance
  • Read Speed 10MB/s Write Speed 4MB/s
Interfaces/Ports
  • Interface(s)USB (1 x USB 2.0)
System Requirements
  • System Requirements Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7 Release Candidate Mac OS 9 or higher, Linux 2.4.0 or higher
Physical
  • Dimensions 5.4cm (W) x 2.1cm (D) x 9.2cm (H) - Weight 0.0079 kg
Features
  • Push and Pull Sliding feature,
  • Includes EasyLock Password Protection Sotware Trial,
  • ##### Free Hotline Support ######
  • Verbatim 2 year limited warranty
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Kevlar.Engineer06/03/2020 14:09

Write speed 4Mb/s @ USB 2(128 gigabytes) / (4 megabytes/second) =32 000 …Write speed 4Mb/s @ USB 2(128 gigabytes) / (4 megabytes/second) =32 000 seconds32000 seconds =8.889 hours


No-one is buying an £8 memory stick just to fill it in one go are they? Yes, it’s slow. It’s also extremely cheap which makes it good value.

Most people will copy a film or two to it and have a coffee while it’s on the go.
Looks ideal to shove in my car full of mp3s to play through my stereo. Heat added.
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Write speed 4Mb/s @ USB 2

(128 gigabytes) / (4 megabytes/second) =
32 000 seconds

32000 seconds =
8.889 hours
Edited by: "Kevlar.Engineer" 6th Mar
Kevlar.Engineer06/03/2020 14:09

Write speed 4Mb/s @ USB 2(128 gigabytes) / (4 megabytes/second) =32 000 …Write speed 4Mb/s @ USB 2(128 gigabytes) / (4 megabytes/second) =32 000 seconds32000 seconds =8.889 hours



And that's optimistic best case scenario time
Kevlar.Engineer06/03/2020 14:09

Write speed 4Mb/s @ USB 2(128 gigabytes) / (4 megabytes/second) =32 000 …Write speed 4Mb/s @ USB 2(128 gigabytes) / (4 megabytes/second) =32 000 seconds32000 seconds =8.889 hours


No-one is buying an £8 memory stick just to fill it in one go are they? Yes, it’s slow. It’s also extremely cheap which makes it good value.

Most people will copy a film or two to it and have a coffee while it’s on the go.
Looks ideal to shove in my car full of mp3s to play through my stereo. Heat added.
why do people act like they aint got time to wait to transfer data? do it when you sleep. problem solved. People have different needs and these are great cheap storage. I actually will be transferring the full monty on it in one go and I dont care if it takes 5 days.
why buy a large size usb drive with usb 2.0?

If the reason is to transfer large files, then go for a fast drive.
Edited by: "huangxq2" 15th Mar
huangxq215/03/2020 18:46

why buy a large size usb drive with usb 2.0?If the reason is to transfer …why buy a large size usb drive with usb 2.0?If the reason is to transfer large files, then go for a fast drive.


Because it might be lots of small files infrequently? Or large files once ever. Like saying I don’t know why anyone would buy a USB flash drive, an SSD in a case is similar priced and much faster.
huangxq215/03/2020 18:46

why buy a large size usb drive with usb 2.0?If the reason is to transfer …why buy a large size usb drive with usb 2.0?If the reason is to transfer large files, then go for a fast drive.



but once transferred they are there and can stay there. It all depends what your needs are. Not everybody needs speed, not everybody needs large capacity. But we all want smaller devices & cheap prices. Its a game of compromise.
is there anyway to order from Base without having to register a credit card as have never used these before,had to register a new account but would not let me pay using paypal just keeps showing the register credit card page
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