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- This PNY Turbo USB flash drive is designed for convenience and portability; small, lightweight and capless sliding collar design means there are no caps to lose.
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PNY Turbo 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (P-FD128TBOP-GE) $19.99
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PNY Turbo 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (P-FD128TBOP-GE) $19.99 + FS w/ Prime or FSSS
DO NOT BUY THIS USB KEY. The reliability reviews on newegg among other places is HORRIBLE. IF you want to gamble with $20, go for it.
UPDATE: Amazon Price Matched, link in post.
This review nails it:
Quote :"I have owned dozens of flash drives over the years, starting with my first drive, which was 64mb and cost nearly a hundred bucks (to give you an idea of how long ago that was), to some very recent and good drives from SanDisk, Corsair and others.
I have also owned PNY flash drives in the past, which were OK.
I have had flash drives start to go flaky, but typically only after years of service. Even the cheapo bottom end flash drives that I regularly use at work for temporary file transfers are reliable, if slow.
But THIS PNY drive is an utter piece of junk. It worked a sum total of ONE time before it went flaky. I was barely able to get it to be recognized on a PC the second time (I had to try three PCs; it was only recognized on one). By the third time I tried to use it: Dead. It's recognized as a PNY flash device, but with no identifiable memory attached.
I should have trusted the other very negative reviews I read.
Trust me: I have a ton of experience with flash drives. This one is utter junk. DO NOT BUY IT.
I know it's super cheap for the storage and performance it promises. But don't do it. Move. Away. From. The. Computer. Terminal. Now.
SanDisk has a 128Gb USB drive for about $5 more on sale. Go with that."
Personal experience from hobbangr:
I bought one that looks identical, 32GB, a few years ago. It really worked for a week before it crapped out on me just like the reviewer above. Their support team sucked too.
Personal experience from akacinna:
Myself and 2 coworkers purchased the same model awhile back on a deal. Not one of the 3 worked out of the box. Just trash. They wouldn't even be recognized by the system and poking around through partition programs didn't yield any results either.
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