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- NEW Kogan USB Flash Drive 3 Pack 8GB 2.0 5.9x1.9x1.0cm External StorageAU $19.66
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Digital storage is super easy with a USB flash drive. Looking for somewhere safe to store photos, videos or documents? A USB flash drive – also known as a memory stick or thumb drive – could be the perfect option. With the advance of technology comes new ways to store information. Back in the day, information could be stored on floppy disk or CD. Now there are other options that make data storage that much easier, from the USB flash drive to storage in the cloud. Some people choose to store info in the cloud, some people prefer hard back-ups on something like a flash drive, while others like to use both, just to be safe. Storing data on a USB flash drive can offer multiple benefits. First off, it can free up space on the laptop or computer. Large files, photos and videos can take up valuable space on a desktop or laptop. If space is an issue, an external memory device such as a USB flash drive can hold that data, so the laptop or desktop doesn’t have to. Another benefit is the back-up it provides. Desktops and laptops crash, unfortunate but true. If the data stored within that desktop or laptop isn’t backed up elsewhere, it could all be lost. When it comes to baby photos and essential work projects, these are the things that are devastating to lose. Solution? Back-up regularly, using more than one storage device.
Storing data on a USB flash drive couldn’t be easier. Simply plug it in to the desktop or laptop to access the data held within. Adding more data – or erasing it – is just as easy, and is usually a matter of drag and drop, or a few simple clicks. Some USB flash drives will offer varying levels of connectability. While all should connect to a laptop or desktop, some also connect to certain smartphones. Looking to buy a flash drive? Check out eBay for a massive selection, from brands such as Kingston, SanDisk, Transcend and Verbatim. When choosing a USB flash drive, there are several decisions to be made, probably the most important of which, is the amount of storage space on offer. Common storage capacities include 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. External hard drives offer larger storage capacities, providing a few terabytes’ worth of storage space. It can also be helpful to look at the USB specification, as this can range from USB 1.0/1.1, to USB 2.0, to USB 3.0 and USB 3.1.