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WD Easystore USB 3.0 Flash Drives: 32GB $7, 64GB EXPIRED

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  • Slim body design allows you to plug 2 drives in side-by-side ports.

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64gb $8.99
32gb $6.99

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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-e...Id=6252691 128GB OOS
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I got 4 of these as a bundled gift with my WD Easystore external disk purchases. These flash drives are _neither reliable nor passably performant_. Although $11 for 128GB sounds like a friggin' deal, my experience with 3 out of 4 makes me think these are at best "single use" drives. Two of them died on me maybe after 10-ish boot image writes and 20 boots. One of them got mechanically stuck with because retraction mechanism is plastic-on-plastic and not really well made. The other one is still alive but barely gets any writes anymore.

I get about 18MB/s write, 115MB/s read speeds from the 32GB ones. (BlackMagic Disk Speed Test result: https://imgur.com/a/b5q1lmj)
Clearance from 6 months ago that was probably YMMV? Hook me up with your time machine…
40 bucks regular price? Lol

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40 bucks regular price? Lol
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approx 6 months ago there were numerous clearance deals on USB SSD and walmart had the PNY for $10 - 500GB. So this is not slick but ok!
Clearance from 6 months ago that was probably YMMV? Hook me up with your time machine…
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I cannot wait for USB4 drives to start rolling out.
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According to a couple reviews, speeds are rather slow on average. DYR if thats important to you...it was for me, so i passed.
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I cannot wait for USB4 drives to start rolling out.
So we can put an even bigger pipe in front of an anemic cache?
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It's free if you live in California
I think these USB drives are locked up next to the toothpaste.
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I cannot wait for USB4 drives to start rolling out.
I'd wait for USB5.
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Is this just like an SSD in the form of a dash drive or is there nothing special about this? What is the difference between this an a SanDisk Flash Drive?
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I can confirm that these USB drives work well with wii and wii u mods. No problem with reading/writing 🙂
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IDK, but 128 seems small these days.. I want a deal on 512 or 1tb drives..
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I'd wait for USB5.
Psh USB6 bruh...
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IDK, but 128 seems small these days.. I want a deal on 512 or 1tb drives..
For this variety of slow-access USB drives, what's is the desire or use case for such huge sizes?
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