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This review is from: OCZ Vector Series 2.5" 256GB SATA III MLC VTR1-25SAT3-256G
Pros: It was fast when it worked.
Cons: Drive died abot a year after the purchase, only RMA'ing it now as I lost it for a while (it was still mounted in an old case)
Other Thoughts: I have used other OCZ products with no issue, I have a feeling that this drive is simply prone to errors.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SanDisk Extreme 32GB SDHC UHS-I Flash Card - Class 10 45MB/S
Pros: Great card, using it in my d5200 and not noticing any issues with waiting for image to write to card. HD video records full without any hiccup, plugging it into my laptop the files transfer off of the card SUPER FAST.
Other Thoughts: I dont really even fill up the card half way, I recently bought another 16gb in this same make and model, It works the same but with half the storage. I paid about the same for the 2 cards as I bought the 16gb at retailer out of my area when I realized that I left my 32gb at home in my laptop. I solidly recommend these cards, however I would advise you to think about what your average storage is. It is better to have multiple smaller cards in case something happens to one and you lose the data. Having smaller cards also forces you to be more organized and willing to post-process your images.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Patriot 32GB Tab Flash Drive Model PSF32GTAB3USB
Solid body construction
The loop on this thumbdrive is built in to the body and is solid metal so there is no need to worry about some cheap plastic breaking.
For a drive that is not sold particularly for its speed, it does have some impressive numbers, even in a USB 2.0 port it seems to perform better than some other flash drives that I have (I have MANY flash drives)
Cons: No lanyard included.
Other Thoughts: I purchased my drive at a retail store with some store credit that I had for about the same price as what NewEgg is offering.
I am an independent consultant and I deal with different data for different clients. I keep physical backups of projects for specific clients. Currently I am using microSD cards which are fragile and lack speed. I am seriously thinking of switching to these because of the speed and rigidity. Also the data stored ranges from <1gb to ~20gb depending on the project so these would be perfect.