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256GB HP x900w USB 3.0 Flash Drive EXPIRED

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Amazon has 256GB HP x900w USB 3.0 Flash Drive (P-FD256HP900-GE) for $14.98. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

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  • USB 3.0 technology allows for fast transfer of large files up to 10x faster than USB 2.0
  • Lightweight and durable, with a convenient sliding capless design
  • Easily store large documents, high-resolution photos, music, HD videos and more
  • Compatible with PC and Mac laptop and desktop computers with USB 3.0 ports
  • Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 devices at USB 2.0 speeds

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The company? Sounds expensive.
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If size isn't a big issue, I'd recommend getting a SSD with a USB adapter. It might cost double the price but you'll end up with something much faster. I see 256gb SSDs for $15 on Amazon. The adapter costs around $10.

If you're planning on using this for music with your car or OS installation, then just stick with a flash drive.

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Do yourself a favor, buy Samsung
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Do yourself a favor, buy Samsung
The company? Sounds expensive.
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Tempting but I haven't even fillef up my 128
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Quote from feng.liyifan :
Do yourself a favor, buy Samsung
You've had failures? I've never had a USB drive fail.
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You've had failures? I've never had a USB drive fail.
I have, but only on one Samsung.
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I guess nobody needs this size flash drive anymore.
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More counterfeit drives on Amazon
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This is now less. Min 512
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If size isn't a big issue, I'd recommend getting a SSD with a USB adapter. It might cost double the price but you'll end up with something much faster. I see 256gb SSDs for $15 on Amazon. The adapter costs around $10.

If you're planning on using this for music with your car or OS installation, then just stick with a flash drive.
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Thanks this will be perfect for my Wii to store game "backups"
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this or the Sandisk USB3.1 256GB that was $18.91?
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If size isn't a big issue, I'd recommend getting a SSD with a USB adapter. It might cost double the price but you'll end up with something much faster. I see 256gb SSDs for $15 on Amazon. The adapter costs around $10.

If you're planning on using this for music with your car or OS installation, then just stick with a flash drive.
Instead of adapter I would suggest enclosure.
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that's why you run utilities to verify
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