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Sandisk Cruzer 32 GB

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      03.05.2012 20:28
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      Great device for those who need a lot of storage space

      As a media production student, I needed a flash drive with a lot of storage space to carry video files/transfer large files from one place to another; you won't need a 32GB USB stick if all you need is to store a few Word documents. If you're someone with a need to carry a lot of video files however - for example if you lend movies/TV shows to friends - this has the ample room you need. I've found the storage space to be great, especially considering the small size of the device.

      There isn't much you can say about the design and shape of a standard USB flash drive - the look of it is decent, though I much prefer the simple colour scheme used in the picture in comparison to my bright red version - but this does come with a neat feature. The USB connector itself slides in and out of the pen drive via a sliding mechanism on the shaft of the device. This protects the connector from snapping or being damaged when not in use, which is handy.

      I have had no problems with the flash drive so far; it hasn't been prone to freezing or corrupting files in transfer and files (even large ones) take only a short while to transfer from the computer to the flash drive, or vice versa. The only thing that bothers me is that, each time I plug in the device to a USB port, a small page appears on the screen on behalf of the SanDisk company, advertising promotions and product suggestions (at least I think that's what it is; I've never given the page much attention). This is merely an irritation though, and all it takes is a quick click to close the page. At a price of around £25 (I'm not an expert, but I think this is a decent asking price), I would say the Sandisk flash drive is definitely worth it for people with big storage requirements.

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