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Pros: I've owned this cable for about 40 days. I bought this "Male to Female USB Extension Cable" to make a small flash drive larger because I am weary of losing small flash drives.
Data transfer rates I have seen with this cable can be up to 29 megabytes per second, but it really depends on what Universal Serial Bus device you are using.
These are also nice to hook to the back of your desktop computer to make connecting devices easier.
Cons: - None -
Other Thoughts: I have read that the maximum length of a USB cable with 2.0 USB device is 5 meters. This cable is obviously well below that length.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SanDisk Cruzer Glide 4GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model SDCZ60-004G-B35
Pros: This a review for the SanDisk 4 gigabyte SDCZ60-004G USB flash drive. I have owned it for about 40 days now. I did not buy it from NewEgg but I figured I would write a review of the product since so many people visit this website.
I transferred a 512 megabyte file from the flash drive and to the flash drive. I got about the following data transfer rates:
21.5 Megabytes per second read speeds
4.8 Megabyte per second write speed
The total storage space on it is 3,768 megabytes (or 3.68 gigabytes). There is a two year warranty on this drive. Be sure you keep your purchase receipt that has a date on it if you ever have to make a claim because SanDisk will ask for it.
Overall I have have no problems with the drive and I am pleased. SanDisk makes decent quality products from my past experiences with them. On a 1 to 5 scale rating I would give this product a five.
However, the product won't pay down the current United States 17 trillion dollar debt.
This review is from: Kingston DataTraveler 101 Gen 2 8GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive (Red) Model DT101G2/8GBZ
Pros: I've owned this flash drive for about 40 days. It will hold up to 7,424 megabytes worth of data (or 7.25 gigabytes). A bought a "Male to Female USB Extension Cable" to make the item larger since it is so small. (I am weary of losing small USB flash drives.)
I have it formatted in the FAT32 filing system. Write speeds are about 3 megabytes per second for files smaller than 24 megabytes. For files larger than that write speeds are about 1.6 megabytes per second.
Cons: It doesn't write as fast as a Serial ATA solid state drive but who expects write and read speeds that fast on a USB 2.0 device. Don't expect this drive to read and write like your hard drive and then complain about it on NewEgg.comREAD FULL REVIEW
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