Centon Electronics 512GB USB 3.0 Datastick Sport


Centon Electronics 512GB USB 3.0 Datastick Sport

A difficult decision. Can anybody help decide?
In the Data Storage section of “Computers”, I have a chance to buy a
“Centon Electronics 512GB USB 3.0 Datastick Sport” for $71.99
OR, I have a chance to buy a
“Centon Electronics 512GB USB 3.0 Datastick Sport” for $49.99
Is there some difference that I’m not noticing?

It gets better when you realize that the cheaper one is not being sold Open Box AND includes a 5 year warranty from Centon.

Hmmmm. is it really worth an additional $22 for open box?
The duration of the sales is different, so it will resolve itself in a few days.

Why would you spend an extra $22 to get an Open Box item with a 30 day Woot warranty when you can get the one which is completely new and has a 5 year Centon warranty?

Then again, I’ve seen people do stranger things.

We’d have to check the sales statistics to see which way people choose.

It is tempting to draw parallels to voting, . . .

purchased 2 of these when mislabeled as some other version and turned out to be these sport.
Slowest drives I’ve ever used 2.0 or higher.
So I decided on storing important photos and docs and just letting them be - last week I tried to copy more and both drives are dead no low level recovery - nothing.
dead.

Yeah, I’d buy the other one.
#wootoops

Hmmmm, appears we have a pricing gaffe.