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  • Vile
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    I've had 2 Sandisk Cruzer' completely die on me, with normal usage so I switched to Lexar (512MB and 1GB) and it has been working fine, and much better than the Sandisk products.

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  • Colin F
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    No, I'm happy with my Zen. I want something small that I can always have along.

    Also, thanks for the link, but I live in Switzerland, so it's generally not worth it to order from abroad.

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  • DirectPixel
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    Originally posted by ManagerJosh
    USB sticks are so common to find, a generic brand would suffice as well. No need to invest into a brand name. I have a bunch of generic sticks I got for free and they work perfectly
    And if you are going for a brand name, what better brand than Apple?

    If you want more space, AND a music player with a screen, get a cheap iPod Mini.
    Or if you just want a cheap memory stick that happens to play music, get an iPod Shuffle 1GB.


    Or see this: http://www.bensbargains.net/ktalk/11...8,69065,.shtml
    Memorex 1GB for $65

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  • ManagerJosh
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    USB sticks are so common to find, a generic brand would suffice as well. No need to invest into a brand name. I have a bunch of generic sticks I got for free and they work perfectly

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  • Ksilebo
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    I reccomend the Sandisk Cruzer Titanium in 512 MB and 1 GB. They were rated the best according to some benchmarks that Ars did and some other site I can't remember. I have a 512 MB one and I love it. Its massively fast and looks great too. The USB plug retracts for when you put it away.

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  • Colin F
    started a topic USB Stick Questions

    USB Stick Questions

    Hi

    I'm looking to buy a USB Stick and wanted to see if anyone can give me some tips/things to look out for/recommendations.

    I want to use it for the following:
    • Portable FireFox/Thunderbird, Trillian as well as some other programs (if possible)
    • Possibly install a webserver so that I can play around on localhost wherever I am
    • Possible use as Security Token to log into Windows (only at one place probably)


    Because I want to install Thunderbird I expect to need something around the size of 512/1024 Mb.


    Additional question: Does Thunderbird allow something like Outlooks Archive, allowing me to store older emails in a seperate datafile, which I wouldn't have to keep on the Stick?


    Thanks for your help.
    Last edited by Colin F; Tue 12 Jul '05, 6:50am.
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