SUGGESTIONS : Pls Suggest a good PEN Drive!

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  1. Vishal Gupta

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    Hi guys!

    I'm planning to purchase a PEN Drive, so pls suggest me a good one!
    Should I go for 512 MB or more than it?

    Pls give ur helpful suggestions.
    thnx in advance!
     
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    defiantely go for more thn 512..
    cuz atleast u can carry images of ur CD ....
    well this is my experience.
    ALso abt pen drive, do u need plain pen drive or a mp3 player one...
    n most important budget????
     
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    Vishal Gupta

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    thnx for ur reply!

    I need a simple PEN drive for carrying data! And the Budget can go upto 3K.
     
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    why dont u get an external HDD.... if u dont already have one...

    40Gb for 4000/- is not bad...
    dont get a 3.5" HDD it's big, a 2.5" is quite handy

    if u have one... then get a 256Mb pen drive... transfer ur large files in the HDD
     
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    External HDD will be better but not Handy...
    So again an doubt due u need small compact device or a book like device.
     
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    I have Kingston 1GB pen drive which I purchased for 3500 bucks, 3 months back.
    I will suggest this only as it is a quality product and comes with a gr8 5 yr warranty.
     
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    Even transcend 1gb is good at prize of 3200rs..
    Dont know the exact current prize..
     
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    thnx for ur replies guys!

    I want a PEN drive, and 1 GB is out of my budget if it costs 3500 bucks...

    I think 512 MB will be quite good?

    so what u say guys?

    ne more suggestions?
     
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    If budget is problem go in for 512 but iw ill sugggest if u can shell out 200 bucks more go in for 1gb as ur budget is upto 3K.......company is ur choice
    as again budget will be problem :wink:
     
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    Completely agree with kniwor! even i was planning for the pen drive, but found external hdd, a much better option to go for.
    Got one with WD 40GB with 7200 rpm. for 4200 bucks. Pretty cool workability.
    But even if you want to go for Pen drive ,then go for MSI pen drive,with mp3 player.
    Its different because, you can share your memory with the mmc and rs-mmc slots!!!
    apart from it, look out for Kingston or iball.
    even gemini is offereing some good solutions.

    And by the way, dont go with anything less than 1GB.
     
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