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Verbatim 97464 16GB Store n Stay NANO USB 2.0 Drive

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  • Low profile USB Drive designed to stay in your device
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Technical Details
Item Weight9 g
Product Dimensions17.9 x 1.6 x 12.4 cm
Item model number97464
Series97464 Store 'N' STAY NANO USB Drive
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 9,895 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 g
Date First Available23 Feb. 2012

Product Description

Product Description

The Verbatim NANO USB Drive has a low profile design which is perfect for use with devices where a full size drive is not suitable. From use with TV’s, media players and car audio devices, to expanding the storage of an ultra-book without increasing its footprint, the Verbatim NANO USB Drive is the perfect solution. When inserted into a USB port only 5mm of the Verbatim Store 'n' Stay NANO USB Drive is left protruding, meaning it’s so small and unobtrusive it can be let in semi-permanently. Specifications Weight: 2 grams Dimensions: 17.15 x 14.85 x 7.7mm (LxWxH) Read Speed: up to 10MB/Sec Write Speed: up to 3MB/Sec Interface: USB 2.0 Power Source: USB Bus System Requirements USB 2.0 port - also compatible with USB 3.0 & USB 1.1 Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Windows 8 Mac OS X 10.1 or higher Linux 2.4.0 or higher

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  • NANO USB Drive

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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rayb on 10 July 2014
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    brilliant for adding extra ram or hard drive space, 16gb plug in use USB. Ideal if you want to use as extra space and boost ram.
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    By J. W. Hall on 19 Sept. 2014
    So Tiny you'll lose it but I love it .
    Does what it says on the tin!
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    46 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    A great little dongle 11 July 2011
    By Jim - Published on
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    I love the form factor - install it, leave it, and it's there when you need it.

    Raised rating from 4 to 5 stars on July 16.

    Fast sequential speeds -

    July 6, 2011-Entire card FAT32
    Test finished without errors.
    Writing speed: 6.03 MByte/s
    Reading speed: 10.5 MByte/s

    July 6, 2011-Entire card NTFS
    Test finished without errors.
    Writing speed: 6.25 MByte/s
    Reading speed: 10.7 MByte/s

    July 16, 2011-Entire card exFAT
    Test finished without errors.
    Writing speed: 6.55 MByte/s
    Reading speed: 11.3 MByte/s

    Random speeds were not fast enough for Readyboost until I formatted it to exFAT.

    This is a nice product. Verbatim could improve it by using a faster chip like they use in their Tuff n Tiny. I would also like to see a 32GB version.

    What a super little gift this would be!

    37 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    Small, but painfully slow 19 May 2011
    By E.K.E. - Published on
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    This review is for the 16Gb version.

    I purchased this to run a couple flavors of live Linux on my netbook. It is very small and fits well, not difficult to remove and doesn't snag on anything. That's where the good part ends though.

    The transfer rates are horrible on this memory. Using Linux Mint 10 and transferring a 1.1 Gb iso file of Debian rates were as follows.

    Write speeds when formated as FAT32 started out at 8.9 MB/s and dropped to 5.9 by the end of the transfer. When formated as Ext3 it started out at 8.5 MB/s and dropped off to 4.5 by the end.

    Read speeds were 10.0 - 10.3 for FAT32 and Ext3

    Other USB drives were as follows:

    Write speeds for the Patriot XT 16Gb started at 16.9 and fell to 12.1 in FAT32 and about the same for Ext3 give or take .1

    Read speeds on the Patriot were 28.3 - 28.8 as FAT32 and about the same for Ext3 again.

    All my other USB keys (several Sandisk and PNY) fell somewhere in the middle to low end of the spread.

    I knew that the speeds were not going to be anywhere near the Patriot speeds, but I certainly expected better from Verbatim. It's possible that this could be bad memory, I'm not sure. Data retention is fine, never a crash or any loss at all, the speed just sucks. Since I bought this to run an operating system, it needs to be faster than what it is. This item will be going back.
    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    Great 3 Nov. 2011
    By F. Oquendo - Published on
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    I wanted a USB flash drive that I could use as ReadyBoost on my Win 7 laptop. I have a Scandisk 8GB USB drive that works well with ReadyBoost, but it gets on the way and had to be unplugged before the laptop was placed in the computer bag. This Verbatim USB 2.0 Flash Drive is an excellent choice as it doesn't get on the way, even when the laptop is stored in the computer bag.

    Note that it's formatted as FAT32 from the manufacture. If you want to use it as ReadyBoost simply perform a "quick" format to NTFS.
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    Flushest Fitting Thumb Drive 29 Nov. 2011
    By MWebb - Published on
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    Thumb drives are pretty much a commodity item - assuming the read write speeds are reasonable for your application (more on that later). The most important factor these days seems to be size - length - and boy have they shrunk!

    The first shrunken thumb drive I purchased was the HP v165w 16 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive P-FD16GHP165-EF (Blue). HP is a good name (its apparently really made by PNY, another good name), but "Verbatim" was new to me (except for remembering the name as a floppy disk brand).

    Turns out it works fine. Transfer rates when I move smaller music files or larger video files to and from the thumb drive are comparable to other high performing thumb drives and SD cards.

    So I can safely recommend this for portable storage. I use mine to move music and video files between Macs and Windows computers - I can't use (most of) my USB external hard drives for that purpose due to the different hard drive formatting between Macs and Windows - Mac can read a Windows formatted hard drive but not write to it (the exception is the Seagate which comes with an accessory program that loads onto the Mac). I use the Verbatim to add extra video storage space to SSD equipped notebooks I have, and it excels for this application because it won't get knocked out and doesn't have to be removed to place in the case.

    Where this Verbatim thumb drive excels is in hugging the side of the computer so it is less prone to get knocked around. It is also great if you have a car radio that can directly read music files from a thumb drive (many of the latest factory radios do this). That means you can put a heck of a lot of music on this 16gb version and your head unit (car radio) will essentially then become your MP3 player.

    The HP mentioned above sticks out considerably more in comparision, but is still much better than most thumb drives in that regard. The Patriot Axle is another thumb drive that is short - same length as the HP when the rotating cover is swung to the side to insert the drive. The Axle is turning up at Frys on sale and I highly recommend it on price and the rotating cover - I already lost the caps for the HP's I have, and the Verbatim doesn't come with a cover (on the assumption most users use it for car radios).

    There is only one problem with this Verbatim - it is so short it is hard to extricate from the USB slot! Not horribly difficult, but not the easy job for longer thumb drives with more to grip.

    A word on performance. SD card performance is very important for camera performance so you have to pay attention to Class rating. But Class rating is deceptive - the controller can be optimized for larger file transfers and do more poorly with smaller writes. For thumb drives, not used in cameras, it's questionable how fast a thumb drive needs to be to do its job of providing portable storage - we usually have other things to do on our computers while files transfer, and the transfer rate on this Verbatim, the HP and the Axle are all good. BUT if you want to use your thumb drive for two relatively rare operations - Ready Boost under Windows or running a Linux distribution in "live, persistent mode" then the small file transfer rate becomes important. I found this out when trying to run a live, persistent Linux distribution from an ultra fast Class 10 SD card - it was slow. In comparison, running it from the Axle thumb drive was faster. Why? If you insert your chosen card into Windows and run the "Ready Boost ready" test, Windows will see how good the thumb drive or SD card is for typical OS operations, and the Axle was fine, my ostensible Class 10 (the fastest) SD card actually failed that test (even though it could download camera photos as fast as it was supposed to). The HP was super fast on larger and medium sized file transfers, beating the Class 10 SD card; the Verbatim was slightly behind it.

    Some reviewers use utility programs to rate transfer speeds in different scenarios, and it is worth looking for those reviews if you are technically minded.
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    Functional 1 Oct. 2011
    By AndyH - Published on
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    I wanted a low profile USB stick to use in my car radio. This fit the bill. I bought 2 of them. The only issue I have with it is that on one of the items, the black plastic surrounding the electronics came off. It didn't affect the functionality, but makes me wonder about the quality.
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