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HP v222w USB Flash Drive 32GB

HP v222w USB Flash Drive 32GB

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HP v222w USB Flash Drive 32GB

About this item
The high gloss durable metal finish of the HP v222w makes for a perfect complement to ultrabooks.
Approximate the length of a quarter and the included key-fob makes it perfect for on-the âgo storing!
Offers a sleek and slim way to store and share your music, photos, files and more

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Thanks for sharing !

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Thanks for sharing.. Ordered 2

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Is 32GB USB 2.0 Worth it in 2021????

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Is this really good deal

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aneelg wrote:

Is this really good deal

32 gb usb 2.0 at this price not a good deal at all.

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It’s pointless to buy in my opinion. The speeds are horrible. Be wary of cheap tech products

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This is usual price for USB 2.0 pendrives for the brands like Sandisk and HP which is not a good deal. Better to go with USB 3.0 for faster transfer of files.

I purchased two 32 GB Sandisk pendrives at 750 Rs from Flipkart last year but the speed of those pendrives were not going more than 10 mbps even in a new laptop from which I doubt those are duplicate products sold by sellers.

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For metel build, definitely buy…

But not for me, as SanDisk 64gb usb3.1 price is around 659, plastic build.

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HailStonE wrote:

Is 32GB USB 2.0 Worth it in 2021????

Not bad for car audio systems where we hardly modify files. Being tiny, they don’t interfere with hands and dont end up breaking themselves or the audio system.

Edit: Just looked up 3.0 drives cost only ₹450 approx. I’d spend the extra 120 bucks and get the 3.0 model instead.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/722474/medium/Screenshot_2021-11-10-21-19-02-75_fd1e8ef594b195c55a3bba4818d0ce35.jpg?1636559415

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prabhagar wrote:

Not bad for car audio systems where we hardly modify files. Being tiny, they don’t interfere with hands and dont end up breaking themselves or the audio system.

Edit: Just looked up 3.0 drives cost only ₹450 approx. I’d spend the extra 120 bucks and get the 3.0 model instead.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/722474/medium/Screenshot_2021-11-10-21-19-02-75_fd1e8ef594b195c55a3bba4818d0ce35.jpg?1636559415

Only plus point is metal body…. I’ve SanDisk 32GB USB 3.0 plastic body which heats up like crazy…. Had an earlier SanDisk metal body 16GB USB 2.0 which remained cool all the time…

Heat is a major issue with such tiny pen drives…

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This is like a normal price on strontium and other brand pendrives.

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Strontium & Verbatim pendrives are worst among all I used, I brought both pendrive, microsd from these companies, all are failed within an year

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https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/722534/medium/Screenshot_20211111_113001.jpg?1636610420Way better option than this

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HailStonE wrote:

Only plus point is metal body…. I’ve SanDisk 32GB USB 3.0 plastic body which heats up like crazy…. Had an earlier SanDisk metal body 16GB USB 2.0 which remained cool all the time…

Heat is a major issue with such tiny pen drives…

Could you test them under same conditions and similar data read write simultaneously?

Otherwise it could be a factor of specific use case scenario too.

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printer wrote:

Could you test them under same conditions and similar data read write simultaneously?

Otherwise it could be a factor of specific use case scenario too.

Lost the 16 GB USB 2.0 Pen drive some time back. But have extensively used USB 3.0 pen drive & it’s heat issue is reported by many users on various forums. Apparently SanDisk claims that it’s still safe but I am not believing their claim. It looks like a design flaw..

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HailStonE wrote:

Lost the 16 GB USB 2.0 Pen drive some time back. But have extensively used USB 3.0 pen drive & it’s heat issue is reported by many users on various forums. Apparently SanDisk claims that it’s still safe but I am not believing their claim. It looks like a design flaw..

Thanks for the detailed reply. Yes, it was only in hindsight that I too was wondering, asked.

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