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Integral INFD128GBCOU 128GB USB Memory 2.0 Flash Drive Courier Blue
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|Memory storage capacity||128 GB|
|Hardware interface||USB 2.0|
|Special feature||USB 2.0, High Speed, Key Ring, Key Chain, Shock Proof, Windows and Mac, Build Quality, Value for money file storage, See more|
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- Over 25 million USB pen drives sold
- Classic, durable and elegant design - Never lose the cap - clips onto the rear on the drive when in use
- Fits neatly on a keyring. OS Required: Apple MacOS 8.6 or later, Apple MacOS 9.0 or later, Apple MacOS X, Microsoft Windows Vista / XP / 7 / 8
- Plug-and-Play - Works with any USB compatible device, Windows and Mac OS
- Reliably transfer and backup your images, videos and documents and other file types
- USB flash drives are often referred to as USB Sticks or Thumb drives
- 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty protection - product assembled in the UK
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Simple, Dependable and Convenient USB Memory Stick
Reliable Everyday Memory
The Courier has remained one of
Integral’s most popular flash drives for
more than 10 years. This fast, convenient
and stylish drive has proven its worth time
after time as a dependable solution at
Store and Transfer Your Data
Up to 128GB of data storage, so you can
easily backup and transfer your important
documents, photos, videos and much
more. Create it, store it, share it with the
Compact and Attractive
A sleek design with elegant translucent
blue casing make the Courier an attractive
but robust flash drive. The cap easily clips
onto the back of the drive for convenience
when in use.
Integral Memory is a UK based memory specialist for RAM, Memory Cards, USB Flash Drives and SSDs. We have 30 years of expertise and experience. All of our memory products are built and tested
to industry standards.
1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. When formatted, actual user storage capacity is less. This is an industry applicable standard across all memory
Speeds based on internal testing; performance may vary depending on host device.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 7 x 2.3 x 1 cm; 10.01 Grams
- Date First Available : 17 Feb. 2013
- Manufacturer : Integral
- ASIN : B00BHUN798
- Item model number : INFD128GBCOU
- Country of origin : United Kingdom
- Best Sellers Rank: 146 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
- 5 in USB Flash Drives
- Customer reviews:
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 4 October 2021
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In comparison with the similar product be market leader Sandisk, the Cruzer Blade 128, you get
- 1.2% less capacity; 117844 MB instead of 119268 MB
- 33% slower raw read speed
- 16.8% higher raw write speed
The file transfer speeds in either direction operating on big - several GB - files are however almost identical between both devices.
Apparently intelligent buffering in the controllers does its work. So in everyday use you will barely notice a difference.
Given the about 20% lower price of the Intergral device it is a very worthy contender.
After spending several days trying to find other solutions, and getting in contact with Integral's IT helpdesk (who recommended the same CMD fix), all I could do was write it off. Luckily I got an instant refund from Amazon and didn't have to go through the hassle of returning it. Hopefully I just had a defective memory stick and I hope others have had more success, but from my own experience, I'd have to recommend you look elsewhere.
I'm not a stats and specs guy, and usually if it works I'm happy. These do work, but they are SO SLOW.
They were bought with a mainly read-oriented, big file data storage job in mind so it's not completely mission critical, but I'm temporarily forced to use one for sneakernet dodging between other people's laptops, and saving back short documents to Word is a teeth-grinding, talk amongst yourselves, watch the blue donut experience.
Writing direct has been ... interesting. Windows data transfer has created some lovely point break surfing wave patterns, testing ALL the speeds, up and down, over and over. At best on some medium to gigabyte video file transfers it's held stable around 3 Mb per s.
Can't wait to test them over the network when I get home.