HowiSiT: Nice Video : i did the unboxing and Quick review : check that out
Clasma ': You can get a 2 TB!! FLASH DRIVE
princeofdarknessxyz1: you said its made out of what? I have something like that but it scratches it when I take it out of the drive
Ajoslaf: Well, i own the 64GB version and I'm getting 6-8MB/s write speed when on exFAT and about 5MB/s when on NTFS ... no idea why yours is slower :/
Sam Park: its probably the speed. its like usb 1 speeds. ive had 5mb/s read and 2 mb/s write speeds
SuperMgs2011: check my video i did about this i also have this same problem
MeritShop SD: i had the same problem as freshgino - the glue must have weakened and the flash drive chip must have fallen out.
Sam Park: this is a very slow flash drive. 3 mb/s write speeds
Danlat: Can't say that I have really tried to make it bootable. I don't imagine it should behave any differently to any other usb drive though. Generally its more likely that theres somthing in your computers BIOS or operating system settings that stops it booting. Or maybe some file configured wrong on the flash drive ?
velthon: I'm having some trouble with this making it as a bootable device for Win7 and Linux, do you have the same issue too?
freshgino: DO NOT BUY THIS FLASHDRIVE.
I bought two (real ones, not fake) and today when i plugged one of them into my computer, it wasn't recognized by MacOSX... Why? because the Flash drive chip HAD FALLEN OUT OF THE CASING!
I LITERALLY HAD AN EMPTY METAL SHELL ON MY KEYCHAIN, that is, after I lost all my data somewhere at home depot while I was walking around.
I do not recomend fd's that use glue to hold parts together yet are encased in metal making them seem durable and not susceptible to damage
Danlat: No problem, glad I could be of help.
Danlat: Flash drives and Pen drives are the same thing. It is just a different name for them. This works exactly the same as any other flash drive/memory stick.
Kingston DTSE9 16GB Flash Drive Unboxing5
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