Verbatim 128GB Store'n'Go Pinstripe USB 3.0 Flash Drive Memory Stick Pen Black £16.95 delivered @ mymemory-uk / Ebay
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Verbatim 128GB Store'n'Go Pinstripe USB 3.0 Flash Drive Memory Stick Pen Black £16.95 delivered @ mymemory-uk / Ebay

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Found 31st Aug 2016
The 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 separate cap which is easily lost.

In a lightweight, updated pinstripe design, the USB 3.0 version of the PinStripe is available in a range of capacities to suit your needs, creating the perfect everyday data mobility solution for everyone.

Key Features:

- Stylish retractable 'PinStripe' design

- High speed USB 3.0 interface

- Capacities available: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB

- Key ring hole

- Verbatim 2 year limited warranty

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Probably around the current typical low price. Cheaper direct from Base at £16.89 delivered base.com/buy…htm

What's the speed like on this?

good find op, heat added

Bad reviews on amazon.

It is slow according test results on amazon reviews.


Samsung memory bar or Sandisk Ultra Flair are better options for £5 more. They are a lot faster.

Edited by: "huangxq2" 31st Aug 2016

Sandisk ultra flair looks really nice too

huangxq2

Bad reviews on amazon.It is slow according test results on amazon … Bad reviews on amazon.It is slow according test results on amazon reviews.Samsung memory bar or Sandisk Ultra Flair are better options for £5 more. They are a lot faster.



Which is 30% more expensive, does the faster speed justify 30% more cost?

stone3t

Which is 30% more expensive, does the faster speed justify 30% more cost?


It depends on how you are going to use it. If you expect to be transferring lots of data back and forth then it's advisable to get a faster stick. For those who do less transfers but occasionally need a decent sized stick, then go for it. However, I'd say that the situations where a slower stick is OK are becoming less likely, given that online backup is very doable now.

thanks
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