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Topic # 191986 23-Feb-2016 11:46
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PNY Turbo 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive

2 available - 100% genuine, brand new in unopened original packaging

$55 incl. nationwide tracked Courierpost shipping.

Pickup available in Hamilton North if preferred but price remains the same.

Indicative transfer speeds test info from the web: 128GB version Running Crystal Disk Mark 64bit - Sequential Read: 100.7MB/s Write: 100.8MB/s 512K read 25.2MB/s write: 57.11MBs 4K random read: 0.263MB/S write 0.943MB/s 4K random QD32 read: 0.457MB/s write: 0.694MB/s







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  Reply # 1497714 23-Feb-2016 11:46
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.





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  Reply # 1497742 23-Feb-2016 12:01
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Sorry guys, full disclosure - I ordered 3 of these in from overseas (flat rate shipping up to 3 units) with the view to keeping one and selling the other two at break-even with local/national shipping factored in. I miscalculated slightly and originally posted for sale at $50 but this didn't allow my Courierpost costs, hence the post edit with the change from $50 to $55. Still a very good local price for a high capacity, high speed stick - $90 + shipping on trade me!



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  Reply # 1498082 23-Feb-2016 20:21
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JEDENZED: Sorry guys, full disclosure - I ordered 3 of these in from overseas (flat rate shipping up to 3 units) with the view to keeping one and selling the other two at break-even with local/national shipping factored in. I miscalculated slightly and originally posted for sale at $50 but this didn't allow my Courierpost costs, hence the post edit with the change from $50 to $55. Still a very good local price for a high capacity, high speed stick - $90 + shipping on trade me!

 

 

 

Scratch that... $50 incl shipping is right...

 

 

 

Maths never was my strongest subject in school... (Sex ed was...)


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  Reply # 1498162 23-Feb-2016 22:17
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does it have hardware encryption?




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  Reply # 1498168 23-Feb-2016 22:32
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itey:

 

does it have hardware encryption?

 

 

 

 

Can't find any reference to it having this feature so assume not. 




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  Reply # 1499395 25-Feb-2016 20:02
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One remaining peeps - will take to local FB buy and sell page tomorrow if still available...




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  Reply # 1500151 26-Feb-2016 20:07
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Both sold, cheers!

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