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[Staples] Verbatim 32GB Store'n'Go USB 3.0 Flash Drive $10

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[Staples] Verbatim 32GB Store'n'Go USB 3.0 Flash Drive $10

I was looking for 16 or 32gb USB Flash Drive. Saw some deals for 2.0 but none for USB 3.0
This seems to be a good deal. (and its not Lexar, which seems to be have horrible reliability?)

Lots in stock. Picked 2 up from yesterday. I haven't run benchmarks but as long they are reliable and half decent speeds - I am good.

Need to make ultimate Recovery Keys: windows + ISO + Hackintosh + AV / Tools all in one.


Verbatim 32GB Store'n'Go Pinstripe USB 3.0 Flash Drive
With more and more data being created and passed around each day, we have given our flagship USB drive a modern upgrade to USB 3.0. The PinStripe USB 3.0 now offers faster transfer speeds and larger capacities, allowing you to spend less time waiting and more time creating. 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.
Stylish retractable 'PinStripe' design
High speed USB 3.0 interface
32GB Capacity
Key ring hole
Product Dimensions: 29 x 15 x 5.5mm (L x W x H)
Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Aug 19, 2013
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this is a great deal unless they changed the chip. I have older model of this (2.0) and it works nicely and fast enough. The lexar are slow as dogs
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PrinceMS wrote:
Jan 11th, 2017 1:09 pm


Need to make ultimate Recovery Keys: windows + ISO + Hackintosh + AV / Tools all in one.
How to do that?
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Aug 22, 2001
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Use a tool like YUMI or SARDU to make a mutli boot USC drive.
Download Hiren or Falcom boot cd.
Others like anti virus boot images are also good to have.

There is also http://www.livecd.com/
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Nov 24, 2008
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London
Seems like a good deal anyone have any input on this for speed and reliability?
Sr. Member
Dec 8, 2008
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Ordered one as an OS drive, 10$ isn't bad for 32gb and won't stress if I lose it
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May 11, 2014
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Oakville, ON
I purchased one in December to make a bootable usb disk. It is fast, or at least faster than the usb 2.0 sticks I have. What software can I use to check the write/read speed?
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Dec 13, 2012
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Vancouver
The price is pretty good for this 32GB USB 3.0 drive if the speed is decent. I was in Costco the other day and almost bought their 3-pack 32gb Kingston one which is about $38 so about $12.67 each.
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Feb 3, 2013
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The Costco 32GB 3 pack goes on sale to $30 if you don't need one right now.
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Dec 10, 2006
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Thanks OP. Ordered a couple, added a $25 gift card for free shipping.
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Dec 10, 2003
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I had bought a Lexar jump drive S35 32 GB USB 3.0 from Amazon on Boxing day for $8.99 (plus Tax). Now I'll wait for 64 GB flash drives to start selling under $15 before buying another.
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Jan 26, 2011
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Thanks op.Looked on rack for drive but not there.
Asked sales person and of course they had them in the back.
Why do stores have specials and hide product from customer ?
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Jan 20, 2004
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Here's my speed result :
Read 105MB/s
Write 25MB/s
NTFS
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Raven21 wrote:
Jan 11th, 2017 6:45 pm
Here's my speed result :
Read 105MB/s
Write 25MB/s
NTFS
Read is nice, write is terrible :(
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