Centon Pro USB Flash Drive (Your Choice)
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Centon 2 GB DataStick Pro USB 2.0 Flash Drive DSP2GB-005
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Is it per drive or total capacity?
16 x 2 = 32 / 32 x 2 = 64
32 x 2 = 64 / 64 x 2 = 128
Just FYI: Years ago (2011) I purchased a Centon 64Gb drive and it was DoA. Woot told me the warranty was covered by Centon; Centon, quite rudely, wouldn’t honor the purchase from Woot. While I know Woot has improved its service over the years, I don’t know about Centon.
The drive is still sitting on my desk as a reminder not to buy Centon.
I’d pass on this. Price isn’t really any better than the mothership, and Centon is dodgy.
Spend about ten bucks more on the mothership for USB 3.0 drives from more reputable brands.
If you don’t have USB 3.0 ports already, you will on your next computer, and the difference in performance is huge.
I guess lucky for me I never had to see how good or bad Centon was on their warranty claims. On paper this looks like a great per gb price but expected as you will see more and more companies Dumping their inventory of USB 2.0 with 3.0 becoming the norm. Anymore I only buy micro USBs since they can be used universally including a USB 3.0 Adapter
Becoming the norm? USB 3.0 has been out since 2008. They’re up to 3.2 now, which is theoretically up to 4x faster than 3.0.
Yup, same bad experience here. I’ve bought a couple on Woot over the years and regretted both. One came apart as I was pulling the drive from the computer. They have a new “style” but I would hold off for a good deal on another brand.
Woot’s going downhill. The old “one deal a day” Woot would often have, well, deals.
Now, it’s more and more Woot selling Amazon BOC (Bags of Centons.)