The Best USB Flashdrive for the On-the-go Person

On a Constant Move

I am always moving. Being a student and a business owner I use a lot of electronic data and documents. I need portable storage and I need it fast. Sadly USB3 has not be adopted very quickly. Still, when a flash drive became a standard part of my key chain I started searching for a better option. A standard USB stick is just too bulky.

Awesome 2.0 USB Flash Drives

Verbatim 8GB Store 'n' Stay USB 2.0 Flash Drive, Black 97463
Verbatim 8GB Store 'n' Stay USB 2.0 Flash Drive, Black 97463

This link leads to the option to purchase a 4GB, 8GB & 16GB model

 
Lexar Echo ZE 32GB USB 2.0 Backup DriveLEHZE32GASBNA
Lexar Echo ZE 32GB USB 2.0 Backup DriveLEHZE32GASBNA

This link leads to the option to purchase a 8GB, 16GB & 32GB model

 

James Bond's Wet Dream

That is when I encountered these Verbatim Store 'n' Go Netbook Flash Drives and their siblings (offered by other manufacturers). It was a dream come true. Because I am on the constant move this drive fills a big need. I can leave the drive in the USB port with little concern of it being knocked loose or damaged. The fact that it is a little smaller than a nickel or Euro means it is easy to store and move (hence the James Bond sub-title). The minor disadvantage is it is more easily lost, but still. I have used this for about 1 month as of the writing of this article. It is a heaven sent. I look forward to the USB 3.0 incarnation. Until then, I hope you enjoy!

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Drenguin 5 years ago from Somewhere

Dang, this almost looks too small!!! That's pretty cool though.


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PETER LUMETTA 5 years ago from KENAI, ALAKSA

THANKS FOR THE TIP


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helpindia 5 years ago from india

this is really nice

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