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Kingston HyperX Savage 64GB/128GB USB 3.0 Drive

Kingston HyperX Savage 64GB/128GB USB 3.0 Drive

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The shipment of the order has been delayed. This happened because the units that were supposed to be allocated to our bulk shipment are stuck in customs. The vendor expects them to arrive late this week. They will then ship the bulk order to our warehouse. We will make sure to update the group as soon as this happens.

We understand that the additional wait time is undesirable. If you prefer not to wait for your order and want to have it cancelled, please reach out via the "Contact Support" button in your transactions page.

Thanks for your patience and expect an update from us on 2/17 or sooner if something comes up.
The vendor is currently preparing the order for shipment. Based on current estimates the group's bulk order should be shipping to our warehouse early next week. As soon as the order goes out we will make sure to update the group with the estimated date of arrival at our warehouse.

Thanks for your patience and expect an update from us on 2/10 or sooner if something comes up.
We are in contact with the vendor and awaiting updated shipment estimates from them. We have a call scheduled first thing Monday morning and should get a bit more visibility in regards to when we can expect these in our warehouse. We will update the group as soon as these are on the way.

Thanks for your patience and expect an update from us on 2/2 or sooner if something comes up.
Thanks again for joining this drop! With your help we were able to make it successful for the community. We've just submitted the group's order with the vendor for the Kingston HyperX Savage 64GB/128GB USB 3.0 Drive and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.

As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will send the bulk shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey where our warehouse team will break it up into individual orders and ship them directly to you! The current estimated ship date from our warehouse is 2/10.

Rest assured that we we will provide you all with updated information regarding the status of your order throughout the process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 1/29.
Massdrop needs to correctly list these products. bits != bytes
What pci-express USB 3.0 addon card is best for these particular USB sticks to maximize transfer speeds?
Why not the Patriot Rage 2, it's so much faster I'm surprised the community hasn't voted it in.
These are fast, but I trust Sandisk far far more. Imho this is not really a good deal when compared to other drives you can get for similar or less money. Fyi - I've worked in IT for over 15 years and have a photography degree as well and also owned a photo business. I know flash drives and flash memory, test what I use, and I use them often for a variety of reasons. : ) My other beef with Kingston is that their cases feel "cheap" for the money you pay for the drive, with a few exceptions for their metal-cased drives.
Kingston isn't to be trusted. I've owned dozens of flash drives and the only two to become corrupt and lose data/stop working were courtesy of Kingston. Further, when I negatively reviewed one of their bad drives on Amazon they posed a 'damage control' generic message response that didn't even address what I'd said. That's insulting.

For 32 dollars, the Sandisk just blows this out of the water. Just look at those reviews. Funny enough, there are only 2 reviews for the Kingston. :(
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Hey, I meant in terms of price and reviews. Probably an exaggerated statement by me, typical House. :D

Work has been busy these days so I'm not as active on here. Perhaps it is shitty marketing on Kingston, but 2 reviews vs 2k reviews. In this case, even if the Kingston is much better value, I would still buy the mostly reviewed one for peace of mind. (Albeit we all know USB drives don't break much)

But rest assured I'm still here and there and checking some items. I just don't comment as much. If you log the amount of time I spent on Massdrop last year...LOL

Thanks for the ask, Cheers B.Hutch!
M is mega
m is milli
B is byte
b is bit

The smallest unit for digital information in computer science is the bit (b). A millibit (mb) doesn't really exist, that would imply a smaller unit then one bit. There is a "millibit" in the bitcoin mining community, and 1 millibit is 0.001 BTC (bitcoins). The "millibit" is an ad-hoc naming convention and is not recognized as an SI standard. And it is never referred to as "mb".

For storage, like hard drives, SSDs and flash drives, a megabit (Mb) is one million bits (1000000 b). Mb and Mbit have the same meaning. A megabyte (MB) is one million bytes (1000000 B). A byte (B) is a unit that consists of 8 bits (b). So 1 B = 8 b.

The reason why formatted capacity is always less then "physical" capacity is that the OS considers 1 MB = 1048576 B, and not 1000000 B like storage companies do. So a lot of capacity is lost after "formatting".

So, your choices are Mb/s or MB/s. But please take into consideration that 350 Mb/s is approximately 44 MB/s and an USB 3.0 flash drive that is only capable of that is a really slow flash drive.
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