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Kingston DT200 64GB USB review


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Thats what I though when I got her the 4GB stick about 3 years ago at the time huge.

Now puny.

In 3 years time will it 64GB be small.

But yes it should do very nicely for her, she can now take heaps of photo's with her that are on DVD's.

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yeah, I know exactly what you mean,

I remember when I first bought a 1 gb one for £40 (an upgrade from using floppy disks),

I was chuffed with it,

then a couple months down the line 2gb came out for like £20, I was depressed (bout 5 years ago)

Not unreasonable to think in 3 years time ssd will be a norm in laptops then.

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Man that is slow. My 64 GB solid state camcorder averages about 20 MB/s over USB. One of my flash drives is even a little faster I think.

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Man that is slow. My 64 GB solid state camcorder averages about 20 MB/s over USB. One of my flash drives is even a little faster I think.

All USB Flash drives are slow on my Machine for some reason.

Hard drives work fine get over 20MB/s from them.

Probably a chipset issue

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All USB Flash drives are slow on my Machine for some reason.

Hard drives work fine get over 20MB/s from them.

Probably a chipset issue

Same problem here!

I have an Inspiron 9400 too and USB Devices very slow :-(

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My Wife needed a new USB Flash drive so I got her this for a great price.

Head on over here for my thoughts on this device

Kingston DT200 64GB USB review

Could well be fake/oversize--you must use this tool to test its real capacity:

http://www.heise.de/software/download/h2testw/50539

It has English interface option. More here:

http://www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/2009/08/26/test-and-detect-fake-or-counterfeit-usb-flash-drives-bought-from-ebay-with-h2testw/

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Could well be fake/oversize--you must use this tool to test its real capacity:

http://www.heise.de/software/download/h2testw/50539

It has English interface option. More here:

http://www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/2009/08/26/test-and-detect-fake-or-counterfeit-usb-flash-drives-bought-from-ebay-with-h2testw/

Already using that :)

Ran with exFAT and problems

Now running with FAT32, takes 4 hours :)

This could be a fakey, won't know for another 3.5 hours

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Added pictures of the chipsets on the Flash Drive here

Now 99% certain it's a fake.

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Agreed, I never knew that there were fake ones around until now. So thank you for shedding light on this Pieter.

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