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James Bond

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#290104 21-Oct-2021 10:32
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  #2798653 21-Oct-2021 11:28
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Wow, seems I haven't been paying attention to USB flash drive capacity/pricing much recently.  Gone are the days of my first USB flash drive which was a 128MB Transcend and it cost $149!!!  Saved me buying an additional ZIP disk at the time.


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  #2798657 21-Oct-2021 11:35
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Groucho:

 

Wow, seems I haven't been paying attention to USB flash drive capacity/pricing much recently.  Gone are the days of my first USB flash drive which was a 128MB Transcend and it cost $149!!!  Saved me buying an additional ZIP disk at the time.

 

 

 

 

I remember buying a 256MB USB drive in 2003 for $150... I think that was trade price not retail.


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  #2798708 21-Oct-2021 11:42
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James Bond:

 

I remember buying a 256MB USB drive in 2003 for $150... I think that was trade price not retail.

 

 

About a year ago a client dropped me in 300MB worth of high resolution photos on a flash drive he'd just bought for this purpose.  It was a 128GB Sandisk which seemed crazy so I looked up the RRP at the time and was about $110 then.  That wasn't all that long ago.


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