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>> No. 25736 Anonymous
9th December 2016
Friday 9:13 pm
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So lads, a USB stick. 32GB or so, don't really care, I just want one with a decent write speed. I've looked on Amazon and even the Amazon-bought Sandisk drives seem to be counterfeit and have shitty write speeds according to the reviews, I haven't even bothered with ebay as I know they'll be repackaged shite.

Anyone got a tip for a legit, fast USB stick? It shouldn't be this difficult.
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>> No. 25737 Anonymous
9th December 2016
Friday 9:43 pm
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The problem with Amazon is that the "sold by Amazon" and "fulfilled by Amazon" products go on the same shelf in the warehouse. There's no separation of stock, so it just takes one dodgy third-party seller to fuck it up for everyone.

Tesco are doing a Sandisk Extreme 64GB stick for £22 with free delivery. I take it that a sequential write speed of 190MB/s counts as "decent"?

http://www.tesco.com/direct/sandisk-extreme-usb-30-flash-drive-up-to-245mbs-read/530-6946.prd?skuId=394-0062
>> No. 25739 Anonymous
9th December 2016
Friday 11:15 pm
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>>25737
I would never have thought of Tesco, of all places. That's perfect, cheers mate.
>> No. 25740 Anonymous
10th December 2016
Saturday 6:59 am
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>>25739
Every little helps.

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