Less than 4 hrs PNY USB Flash Drive sale amazon

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Hey guys, less than 4 hours left on the sale, but some great prices on the PNY USB 3.0 flash drives! 32GB -$11.99 +free shipping over $35 64GB -$19.99 +free shipping over $35 128GB -$34.99 +free shipping over $35 256GB -$69.95 +free shipping over $35 I just picked up a 128GB! Maybe some of you can take advantage of the sale as well! smile Here is the link.
 
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I would avoid the 64GB version of this drive, I have it and I hate it. Often times slow to respond, will often hang for about 20-30 seconds in the middle of file transfers before continuing, some of the negative reviews online go into more detail but I wish I hadn't purchased this drive. I hear the 128GB model is supposed to be a much better drive though. Since someone might say my pc is the problem, I'm running the following Intel Core i5-3570k cpu @ 3.4ghz Intel 530 series ssd 8GB ddr3 1600mhz ram **Edit: I did get this drive around a year ago, so it's possible the newer driver are using different, better memory chips, or changed whatever might have been causing performance issues.
 

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No problem guys, glad some of you were able to use the sale! I had been wanting to get the 128GB flash drive for a while, but it was normally $44.99 (or something like that) and I had been waiting. Just happened to see the sale before the end and was able to grab one. Nice deal anyway!
 
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Good deal. I just paid similar price for 64GB PNY USB 2.0 and thought it was cheap. However, before that I had to return 64GB ADATA USB 3.0 that came DOA.
 
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The pace of progress never fails to astonish me. Here's 5MB of storage the year before I was born, 1956: The other day I was in a drug store and they had 8GB flash drives, in a plastic jar at the register like you would sell candy. The drives even looked like candy, in colorful see-through housings; sour apple green, lemon yellow, cherry red, purple grape... It's amazing.
 
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