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Verbatim 32GB PinStripe USB Drive Black

Product overview

Discontinued

Delivery

Standard Due date unavailable

With USB ports in almost every computer and popping up in cars, DVD and multimedia players, TVs, photo frames and more, USB drives are now being considered an essential accessory.

The Store 'n' Go PinStripe USB drive from Verbatim has a push and pull sliding feature which protects the USB connection when it is not in use without the need for a separate cap which is easily lost.

This USB flash drive comes in paper blister package.

Specifications

Summary

Product Description
Verbatim PinStripe USB Drive - USB flash drive - 32 GB
Product Type
USB flash drive
Interface Type
USB 2.0
Storage Capacity
32 GB
Enclosure Colour
Black
OS Required
Apple MacOS 9.0 or later, Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Linux 2.4.0 or later
Microsoft Certification
Certified for Windows Vista
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years warranty

Detail

General

Product Type
USB flash drive
Storage Capacity
32 GB
Enclosure Colour
Black
Compatibility
Non-specific

Memory

Read Rate
Up to 10 MB/s
Write Rate
Up to 4 MB/s
Interface Type
USB 2.0

Miscellaneous

Certified for Windows Vista
Certified for Windows Vista software and devices have undergone compatibility tests for ease-of-use, better performance and enhanced security.

Software / System Requirements

OS Required
Apple MacOS 9.0 or later, Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Linux 2.4.0 or later

Manufacturer Warranty

Service & Support
Limited warranty - 2 years

Dimensions & Weight

Width
54 mm
Depth
21 mm
Height
9.2 mm
Weight
8.6 g

Customer reviews

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1* Failed - doesn't work
Reviewed by Viktor on 22/10/2012
Started off by working normally. Write speed was around 5 Mbytes/second and read speed is sufficient for HD quality on my TV.
After few days running the content of the flash drive became corrupt and I had to reformat and reload all the content back to it, which was quite annoying.
And guess what? After couple of days the content is unreadable again. One may say this is the problem with TV doing something odd to the flash drive, but with my old Corsair 2GB there had never been any problem.
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