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SALE: USB 3.x Type A Flash Drives You Might Like
Posted by: MrNoBody
Date: August 01, 2020 04:35AM
Nothing earth shaking here but it's Free Shipping from Newegg, so you don't have
to go out! Both are Type A & Sale ends Monday.

ADATA 32GB UV128 USB 3.2 Gen 1 Flash Drive (AUV128-32G-RBY) Capless
$5.49 (limit 20) [www.newegg.com]

ADATA 64GB UV320 USB 3.1 Flash Drive (AUV320-64G-RWHGN) Capless
$7.99 (limit 999) [www.newegg.com]

(Note for East Coasters, most Newegg items ship from their NJ Dist. Center)



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Re: SALE: USB 3.x Type A Flash Drives You Might Like
Posted by: modelamac
Date: August 01, 2020 08:09AM
It's not your fault, but the Newegg ad says these have USB 3.1 interface, but does not say what the read/write speed is. USB3.1 is the interface, and only the interface.


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MrNoBody
Nothing earth shaking here but it's Free Shipping from Newegg, so you don't have
to go out! Both are Type A & Sale ends Monday.

ADATA 32GB UV128 USB 3.2 Gen 1 Flash Drive (AUV128-32G-RBY) Capless
$5.49 (limit 20) [www.newegg.com]

ADATA 64GB UV320 USB 3.1 Flash Drive (AUV320-64G-RWHGN) Capless
$7.99 (limit 999) [www.newegg.com]

(Note for East Coasters, most Newegg items ship from their NJ Dist. Center)



Gonna ask my Mother if that offer to slap
me into next year is still on the table.
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Re: SALE: USB 3.x Type A Flash Drives You Might Like
Posted by: Robert M
Date: August 01, 2020 08:22AM
Hi e eryone,

Some speed specs:

ADATA 32GB UV128 USB 3.2 Gen 1 Flash Drive (AUV128-32G-RBY is a 90/40MB/s drive

[www.amazon.com]


ADATA 64GB UV320 USB 3.1 Flash Drive (AUV320-64G-RWHGN) is Up to 100 MB/s read.

[www.adata.com]

Cheap but for the difference in bucks I'd go for SanDisk Extreme or Ultra drives. The Ultra series are similar in price and speed and the Extreme are a it more expensive but much faster. And, I consider SanDisk a better produce of flash drives. Worth the extra bucks for them.

Robert
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