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SanDisk 8GB USB 2.0 Cruzer Blade Flash Drive

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About this product

Overview

  • 8GB of data storage in a device less than half the length of a pen
  • USB 2.0 interface, also backward compatible with USB 1.1 ports
  • Read speeds of 9Mb/s and write speeds of 2.5Mb/s

Product overview

• 8GB of data storage in a device less than half the length of a pen
• USB 2.0 interface, also backward compatible with USB 1.1 ports
• Read speeds of 9Mb/s and write speeds of 2.5Mb/s
• Plug and play with Windows, Mac and Linux

What can I store on this flash drive?
This flash drive comes with 8GB of storage, giving you enough room for your documents and pictures. This gives you enough space for a combination of 450 images at 10 megapixels, 20 minutes of 1080p video, 500 MP3 songs and still have room for 2GB of office files such as text documents and spreadsheets.

What can I do with a USB flash drive?
Flash drives are commonly used for storing documents to transfer between PCs. You can also plug them into compatible head units in cars, so you can play your favourite music without being limited to the small memory capacity of CDs. You can even use them to play your favourite movies on a compatible television. This gives you a durable memory stick which can perform a variety of tasks.

Specification

Memory Features
Form Factor USB
Technology USB 2.0
Capacity 8 GB
Read Speed 9 MB/s
Write Speed 2.5 MB/s
Physical Dimensions
Operating Temperature 0° to 45°C
Storage Temperature -10° to 70°C
Weight 9 g
Height 7 mm
Width 18 mm
Depth 42 mm
PACKAGE CONTENTS
Additional Adapter No
Storage Case No
Compatibility:
Compatibility Compatible with USB 1.1, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 supporting host device

How  many  photos  will  this  hold

Asked by: Dylan
This would depend on the size and resolution of the photo, for example a good quality 8k image would be around 20mb so this would hold around 400, but a image took by a 12mp camera like that of a good smart phone would only be around 5mb so it would hold: 1600.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2015-07-17
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