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128GB TEAM C188 USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 Flash Drive EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has 128GB TEAM C188 USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 Flash Drive (TC1883128GL01) on sale for $8.99. Shipping is free.

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Note, product is backordered but you may still order and will ship when available

Specs:
  • USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
  • Read Speed: up to 150MB/s
  • Write Speed: up to 50MB/s
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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  • Color: Blue
  • Model: TC1883128GL01
  • USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
  • Read Speed: up to 150MB/s
  • Write Speed: up to 50MB/s
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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For best results, buy an NVME solid state drive and NVME-USB adapter
Team USB drives are neither reliable nor consistent in performance. Their SSDs are ok for the budget price, but they just can't seem to be able to do good USB drives. Presumably, unlike SSDs, they have to write their own controllers and that is not their core expertise.
Bro they are 10, buy one test it and ove on. Wtf

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I was curious what the fastest flash drives can do these days and it looks like there are several that go above 300 megabytes per second
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Quote from PowerfulSpaniel537 :
I was curious what the fastest flash drives can do these days and it looks like there are several that go above 300 megabytes per second
Yes and they are pretty costly. Those use higher quality NAND storage, similar to budget SSDs.
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The price is very good. The drives - probably low end, but will be enough for many needs.

For best results, buy SATA solid state drives + SATA-USB adapters. Good speed and reliability.
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Great price for that size and write speed.
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Team USB drives are neither reliable nor consistent in performance. Their SSDs are ok for the budget price, but they just can't seem to be able to do good USB drives. Presumably, unlike SSDs, they have to write their own controllers and that is not their core expertise.
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Was about to pull the trigger, saw all the bad reviews about DOA and slow speeds. Will wait for the next deal.
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Team USB drives are neither reliable nor consistent in performance. Their SSDs are ok for the budget price, but they just can't seem to be able to do good USB drives. Presumably, unlike SSDs, they have to write their own controllers and that is not their core expertise.
I have a couple team group drives and they're as good as my other western digital and PNY drives. Which is middle of the road.
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Bro they are 10, buy one test it and ove on. Wtf
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Quote from TalentedHaddock257 :
The price is very good. The drives - probably low end, but will be enough for many needs.

For best results, buy SATA solid state drives + SATA-USB adapters. Good speed and reliability.
For best results, buy an NVME solid state drive and NVME-USB adapter
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I'm gonna bite I want to mod a psone classic and this will do the trick I think.
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8.99 for 128gb flash drive. If you want fast fast get a hard drive with enclosure or pay a premium. Recently lost my old 128gb flash drive. With these prices no harm no foul
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That's dumb.

A SATA SSD can be had for ~$15, the adapter is $4.

Show me a good NVME-USB adapter for under $10???
"best results" is irrespective of price, but $15 isn't that much more than $10
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