Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Product Review: Thumb Drive 2.0

Remember floppy discs?

Well, I remember them. Actually, I have several blank floppies in a closet somewhere, even though I don't have a floppy disk drive anymore.

Back when I was into genealogy, I used floppies all the time to save family photos, documents, etc.. Depending on the picture size, I could get only one or two on one floppy, which only held 1.44 mb.

Technology has changed a lot since then. Floppy disks are now a thing of the past as well as writable CDs; mostly thanks to USB flash drives.

A few weeks ago, I was sent a Thumb Drive 2.0 from DigioClean, which holds 32GB. The #flashdrive retails for $29.98, but it's currently on sale on Amazon for $13.45.

Final Thoughts: The flash drive's body is made out of hard plastic, and is a lot sturdier than the cheap ones I have bought at Walmart. There's a clear plastic loop at the end, which I'm guessing it can be attached to a key chain. Also, there is a clear plastic cap that covers the USB. The flash drive holds up to 32 GB. I've used it on my laptop and desktop (both are Windows 10) and I had no problems transferring some old family photos and backing up the family tree maker on the flash drive.

Overall, this is a nice little flash drive that has more than plenty of storage space for what I need it for.

I received this product on a promotional discount for my honest review and they are 100% my own opinions. I received no other compensation for this review and I am not required to give a positive review. I am also not associated with the seller in any way.

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