Best brand of flash drive

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I am looking for a very functional flash drive. Can anybody help or have some suggestions what is the best brand of flash drive can I have? I want the highest quality so that I could only buy once.

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Best Answer by Christopher B. Pyles
Answered By 0 points N/A #152811

Best brand of flash drive

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All brands of flash drives are same but you need to choose only those brands which give you warranty. There are brands like san disk, kingston, transcend which sell flash drives the best part of them is low cost. These low cost flash drives give you good quality and best service. If you want to buy the cheapest buy sandisk which gives you 1 year warranty, If you want to buy the quality product choose HP it will be good. Check the feature of that flash drive which you want to buy. Compare  with other products then you can buy. Check which ever is providing low cost and high speed data transfer with good quality then you can blindly go for that.

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Answered By 50 points N/A #152812

Best brand of flash drive

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Hello Carl Gock,

There are many available flash drives in the market but we must choose that has quality equivalent to its price. The following are the top 5 flash drives in terms of quality and price that are available in the market:

1. SanDisk

2. Kingston

3. Tanscend

4. Lexar

5. HP

The flash drives that I have mentioned above has positive feedbacks of the users. just choose any of those and you'll not surely regret.

I hope this will help you.

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My dear Carl,

Flash drives are very useful especially to students, office workers and etc. Well, there are many available flash drives in the market but we should be keen enough in choosing those that are high quality with reasonable price. Most used flash drives are Kingston, Scandisk, Lexar, Sandisk and Corsair. I recommend to use any of those I have mentioned. This brands are reliable and secure to use.

Thank You.

Hope this helps!

Clarence

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