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Verbatim 97464 16GB Store n Stay NANO USB 2.0 Drive
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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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Mine actually died a few minutes ago, with the loss of almost everything I had on it. I've had it for several years, and didn't use it all that intensively; but after transferring several large files (100MB each) which took a few minutes, the drive suddenly died. Windows offered to analyse and repair the drive, but failed to do so. Fortunately I managed to get four files off the drive (including my most important file of all), before the drive completely stopped working!
Fundamentally, the size is convenient, but might cause problems with heat dissipation. Verbatim might be using low quality components (commodity flash memory, rejected for use in better quality drives), and hoping that people buy this product anyway for its convenience.