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Poll: How many USB jump drives ya got?

By FroggerStyle ยท 9 replies
Nov 25, 2012
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  1. With the Holidays upon us I found 64 gb jump drives at Best Buy for 27 dollars each.
    32 gb jump drives for 12 dollars and 16 gb drives for 6 dollars. I believe my current collection totals about a dozen Jump Drives...how many do you have? :cool:
  2. learninmypc

    learninmypc TS Evangelist Posts: 8,587   +559

    I have a Verbatim 465 gb flashdrive, 2 Cruzer micro 2gb flashdrives, a memorex 1 gb flashdrive & a couple smaller flashdrives of unknown name I think 640 mb.
  3. SNGX1275

    SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 10,545   +429

    I have 5.

    32 MB of some brand I forget, its not nearby so I can't check. I actually use it occasionally for documents.
    1 GB Sandisk Cruzer (an early one before they put all that U3 crap on)
    2 GB MIMOBOT Ford Fiesta promotional one I got waiting in line for a live Diggnation show
    16 GB Patriot Dash (nice fast drive)
    16 GB Patriot Razzo (bought as replacement for the Dash when I thought I lost it, the Razzo is the biggest POS drive I've ever seen)
  4. cliffordcooley

    cliffordcooley TS Guardian Fighter Posts: 11,056   +4,778

    I was late to the ballgame and started out with a 2GB Cruzer Micro.
    After getting a 16GB Cruzer Micro, I give the 2GB away.

    I loved the concept behind U3 apps but the U3 App Loader often does not work the way it should.
  5. LNCPapa

    LNCPapa TS Special Forces Posts: 4,235   +496

    Three that are actually mine - one 4GB, one 16GB and a 32GB I paid a few hundred dollars for a few years ago. Funny how cheap they are now.
  6. Dawn1113

    Dawn1113 TS Booster Posts: 319   +68

    A cursory count puts mine at a half dozen: one 32gb, two 16gb, and three 1gb Kingstons. The Kingstons were giveaways at some work-related seminar I had to attend.

    I'm so clumsy and absent-minded, I think I've lost about the same number in the last two years or so.
  7. misor

    misor TS Evangelist Posts: 1,356   +287

    One 256mb usb 2.0
    four 1gb usb 2.0
    four 4gb usb 2.0
    four 8gb usb 2.0
    six 16gb usb 2.0
    one 32gb usb 2.0
    one 32gb usb 3.0
    two 32gb usb 3.0

    lost one 256mb usb 2.0
    two dead 1gb usb 2.0
    two dead 8gb usb 2.0

    I usually buy one usb flash drive every six months except when I found out that a local vendor sold usb 3.0 flash drives at prices similar to usb 2.0
  8. remixedcat

    remixedcat TS Rookie

    1 16GB Sandisk Cruzer
    1 16GB Microcenter brand one

    1 500GB IOSafe external fire/waterproof USB HDD
    1 250GB USB HDD (Seagate Laptop HDD inside enclosure)
  9. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,839   +193

    I use one in my SUV GPS with Sirius Radio, Media Music (USB, SD or iPod) Player from USB Touch Screen for music playback. I use about 16GB Toshiba stick. Got that back on 2011 cost me $19 and today for the same money I got 32GB by PNY for same price in 2012. Stick sizes ranges from:

    1GB thru 32GB

    I rarely use them though.. Portable USB3 HDD 500GB to 1TB is more ideal today for me if I need to carry more storage.
  10. blimp01

    blimp01 TS Enthusiast Posts: 144

    32mb, 256mb, 2gb, 4gb, 64gb. I have been using that 32mb drive for at least 10 years constantly and it still works :D

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