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By J on 02 August 2015
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I only got a 128gb one from Amazon, so it visually looks like mine which is very very fast!
By Mr. T. S. Browning on 16 May 2015
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I hightly doubt that youd experience any issues with an OTG. Furthermore, ive had one for a year now and it's built like a tank!
By unknowndj on 01 May 2014
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Is this drive recognised as 'removable' or 'local/fixed' by Windows XP/7/8 & is it seen by Windows Media Player & Media Centre?
By Mr C. on 27 August 2014
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I use have been using this as bootable media for about a year giving it a pretty heavy load with no issues, whilst it gets fairly warm I wouldn't say there are any problems.
By James Crowe on 09 March 2016
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All storage devices are the same. Each device loses some of it's storage due to the formatting, file system, etc. which requires small amounts of data to keep track of the files and empty space on the device. There's also some loss from basic math because a lot of manufacturers base the 256Gb on a 1,000 principle (1G… see more All storage devices are the same. Each device loses some of it's storage due to the formatting, file system, etc. which requires small amounts of data to keep track of the files and empty space on the device. There's also some loss from basic math because a lot of manufacturers base the 256Gb on a 1,000 principle (1Gb = 1,000Mb, 1Mb = 1,000Kb, etc.) whereas the Windows OS and RAM manufacturers work on a 1,024 principle so you lose a fraction when you convert. I wouldn't worry about it. It's quite normal and the USB pen is cracking. :) see less
By Adam Gill on 15 July 2014
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