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Promoted 06-18-2016 by johnny_miller at 07:35 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 32GB PNY Metal Attache USB 2.0 Flash Drive (P-FDU32G/APPMT2-GE) for $5.49. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks GoodDay

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For roughly $1.50 more, you can get a 32 GB USB 3.0 drive HERE [newegg.com]. Shipping is free for shoprunner or premier members. Otherwise, it's 99 cents.

Credit should be given to TweakFreak in this thread.
When it comes to flash memory, brand does matter. Id definitely pay extra for a well known brand vs a knockoff noname product.
This coming from someone who will take the knockoff noname whenever I can.
$10.99 for ALL metal, USB 3.0, and dependability:

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Fl...B013CCTM2E

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For roughly $1.50 more, you can get a 32 GB USB 3.0 drive HERE [newegg.com]. Shipping is free for shoprunner or premier members. Otherwise, it's 99 cents.

Credit should be given to TweakFreak in this thread.
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Quote from Crackerjack111 View Post :
For roughly $1.50 more, you can get a 32 GB USB 3.0 drive HERE [newegg.com]. Shipping is free for shoprunner or premier members. Otherwise, it's 99 cents.

Credit should be given to TweakFreak in this thread.
Doesn't look as nice though. This would be nice on a keychain.
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-2-0-3...2074649069

this one from ebay looks like a key and is cheaper.. :-)
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Quote from arunprtn View Post :
http://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-2-0-3...2074649069

this one from ebay looks like a key and is cheaper.. :-)
When it comes to flash memory, brand does matter. Id definitely pay extra for a well known brand vs a knockoff noname product.
This coming from someone who will take the knockoff noname whenever I can.
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Quote from Crackerjack111 View Post :
For roughly $1.50 more, you can get a 32 GB USB 3.0 drive HERE [newegg.com]. Shipping is free for shoprunner or premier members. Otherwise, it's 99 cents.

Credit should be given to TweakFreak in this thread.
it only gets 3 out of 5 eggs rating on newegg.
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I've had the USB drive from the OP for years and the plastic part that connects it to the keyring recently broke off. It is a great drive and I'm going to buy another now Smilie Thanks!
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Quote from arunprtn View Post :
http://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-2-0-3...2074649069

this one from ebay looks like a key and is cheaper.. :-)
Why would you, or anyone, knowingly buy a usb 2.0 device?

I just can't see doing that when you can pay $2 more and get usb 3.0.
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Why would you, or anyone, knowingly buy a usb 2.0 device?

I just can't see doing that when you can pay $2 more and get usb 3.0.
Some people just don't get it, imagine trying to write 32 gigs to that drive, you start and then what....go read a book? It's less than $2 more for ten times more speed.
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$10.99 for ALL metal, USB 3.0, and dependability:

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Fl...B013CCTM2E
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Why would you, or anyone, knowingly buy a usb 2.0 device?

I just can't see doing that when you can pay $2 more and get usb 3.0.
Many motherboards don't support booting from USB 3.0, so these are perfect for OS installs or live distros/system tools. IOW, why buy the more expensive ones if you can't utilize the speed?
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Many motherboards don't support booting from USB 3.0, so these are perfect for OS installs or live distros/system tools. IOW, why buy the more expensive ones if you can't utilize the speed?
Have never found that to be a problem and it sounds like a corner case to me, but if someone has that restriction, then they need 2.0. Or better yet, a new MB.

Oddly enough I'm typing on a new Dell 13 7368 (just released a couple of days ago) and for some unknown reason they changed the usb ports from what's on my 7359 (has 3x usb 3.0) to 1x usb 3.0, 1x usb 2.0, and 1x usb C 3.0. I mean WTF is up with that? USB 2.0 is pretty much dead to 95% of the world and I've not found one situation in the last 5 years where a device (unlike your case above) did not work in USB 3.0 (though I've heard some BT dongles may have issues). YMMV.
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Have never found that to be a problem and it sounds like a corner case to me, but if someone has that restriction, then they need 2.0. Or better yet, a new MB.

Oddly enough I'm typing on a new Dell 13 7368 (just released a couple of days ago) and for some unknown reason they changed the usb ports from what's on my 7359 (has 3x usb 3.0) to 1x usb 3.0, 1x usb 2.0, and 1x usb C 3.0. I mean WTF is up with that? USB 2.0 is pretty much dead to 95% of the world and I've not found one situation in the last 5 years where a device (unlike your case above) did not work in USB 3.0 (though I've heard some BT dongles may have issues). YMMV.
I was unable to restore the firmware on my Xbox One with a USB 3.0 drive but it worked just fine when I tried it with a copy of the same device on a USB 2.0 drive. I think USB 3.0 is backwards compatible on most, but not all, USB 2.0 ports.
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