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hi every one just wondering if this sounds like a ok price for usb keychains ?

64mb - 49.99 can
128mb - 69.99 can
256mb - 124.99 can


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What brand? Speed (USB 1.1, 2.0)? I've tested and reviewed over 25 samples so far, and over 30 total public and privately (closed-door testing, Prototype testing). I've used and tested nearly all the big and small name rebranded drives and OEM drives.
 

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i asume 1.1 usb


USB FLASH DISK 64MB

·Supports hot plug & play

·Read/1,000k bytes/sec

·Write/920k bytes/sec

·Security key support

·Write protection switch

·Operation LED indicator

·OS support; WIN 98SE,2K,ME,XP
Mac OS 9.0 or above
Linux 2.4 kernel version
 

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same on all of them
 

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Hmm, still have no idea the brand etc, but those are cookie-stamped style stats. Nothing special/fancy.

These guys have drives that are Slightly more expensive, but i've tested/reviewed their 32, 64, and 256MB modules, and they are in the top 90th percentile for USB 1.1 performance. Also, if you buy their 256MB drive, they throw-in a 128MB for free, for a limited only.

http://www.usbkeydrive.com/online.htm
 

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This page:

http://www.envynews.com/?ID=415&page=3

23 USB Flash drives tested, on a PC, but scores on the PC mirror those of a Mac, since the Flash drive is the bottleneck for USB 1.1, and not the computer/OS.

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Neil Yates:
I've tested and reviewed over 25 samples so far, and over 30 total public and privately (closed-door testing, Prototype testing). I've used and tested nearly all the big and small name rebranded drives and OEM drives.
Do you happen to have a roundup article?
 

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Pocket bus powered FW drives are cheap, small and hold way more data.
And are far bigger in size, no?
 

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Or build your own with a 2.5" Notebook HD.

20GB, 40GB 60GB sizes and this enclosure

Momobay
Includes support for USB 1.1 and 2.0 and firewire 6 pin and 4 pin.
 

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