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Topic # 12995 17-Apr-2007 16:20
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I want to purchase a usb flash drive for using the readyboost functionality of windows vista. What drive do you think will give good performance.
Sandisk is releasing a new drive Cruzer® Contour that has been enhanced for ReadyBoost.
Also there is Apacer HT203. What drive are you using and what performance boost are you experiencing?

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  Reply # 67396 17-Apr-2007 18:26
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Thanks for the reply. How much space is being used on the device? Should I go for the 4GB drive or will 2GB be sufficient.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 67556 18-Apr-2007 15:49
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Thanks for that. I guess I will go for 2GB sandisk.

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  Reply # 68098 23-Apr-2007 00:24
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Seriously i would reccomend an ADATA MYFLASH PD7 Turbo .. we sell them in our shop and they pown

ADATA makes great RAM as well :)

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