Discussion in 'polls' started by adam993, Sep 26, 2010.
Choose your capacity .
Indeed, I have 5 pen drives: two 8 GB, one 4 GB and two 2 GB ( the olders ). Right size is 8 GB IMO: over, better an external HD.
I have two pen drives. One is Corsair Voyager 8 GB and other is Kingston 1 GB.
Should be a multiple choice poll. I'd bet that most people who use them have more than one size.
8GB is enough for me
8GB Sony Micro Vault Click USB flash drive
8GB SanDisk CRUZER.
4GB Sandisk Cruzerblade
32GB Toshiba USB Flash Drive
I am a BIG gun...
I have a few kicking around my laptop bag, the one I use the most is my 4 gig Crucial Gizmo....I just haven't had the need to go larger for a thumb drive. I have a 16 gig one at the office I got free from somewhere (swag promo from something)...haven't opened it.
16 GB Cruzer and several 4GB LG XTICK . I do use them, but not as much as I originally thought I would. The 16 GB is used as a small HD, although the transfer speed is slower than proper USB HDs.
16GB, 2 "2 GB Kingston" and several small ones
I collect Corsair Flash Voyagers. Highest capacity one is 32GB.
128 MB is all I have ever needed.
The larger one is 8GB (to install Windows). I also have two 4GB, one 1GB and a 256MB (boot).
I've got a Kingston 8 GB drive which I won from a game programming contest. Used to have a 2 GB one too but it got broken when a friend of mine accidentaly kicked it when it was on his PC.
8GB is more than enough for me for movies, songs, games etc.
At the moment, 512MB and 2GB. That's more than enought for me right now.
8go Kingston DataTraveler, wanted to make some partition inside but failed, not sure why.
2GB is enough for me
8GB is plenty.
8 GB is enough in most cases, but sometimes I need more.
At home we have 2 pcs 1gb Kingston pendrives.
8gb is the sweet spot for me. A nice cheap price and enough space to store my data.
it's not the size that matters, but how you use it.
mine is 8, btw. lol
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