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Very glad I bought them. (So cheap, It appears that 64G is the most cost effective USB datakey size these days).
on 6 January 2016
I know the prices of these things change on a daily basis - so by 'bargain' I mean £11 for a 64g USB key in January 2016 is excellent value.
I've bought two of these and formatted them as exFAT and as ext3 - both working fine.
I haven't done any benchmarks - but when copying to/from a Toshiba 64G using a USB2 interface they read and write at comparable speeds (I won't quote the speeds because I'm writing to them with a Raspberry Pi, which is the limiting factor in a speed test , so the numbers aren't representative).