Verbatim USB 2.0 Pinstripe 8GB Reviews

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Verbatim Store 'n' Go USB 3.0 External SSD

Verdict: The Verbatim Store 'n' Go USB 3.0 External SSD has a relatively small storage space of 32GB. This is not an external hard drive for storing thousands of digital photos, movies and music.
Pros: Small size, USB 3.0 compatible, Very fast transfer files, Available in a range of capacities
Cons: More expensive than standard USB flash drives, Small size means it could easily get lost, 32GB capacity is relatively small
7 years ago

Verbatim Store ‘n Go Executive review

Verdict: Hard disks aren't the most exciting of products, but Verbatim's Executive drive has a number of useful features that help it to stand out from the crowd. We tested the 750GB version of the Executive, which costs £101.99, but there are also 500GB and 1TB models priced at £86.99 and £127.99.
Pros: Fast, lightweight USB 3 drive, with useful security features
Cons: Needs to be reformatted for Macs
7 years ago

Verbatim USB 2.0 Pinstripe 8GB

Verdict: Verbatim and Freecom are part of the same group of companies, but Verbatim generally seems to focus on the more affordable end of the market. Consequently, its 500GB Store ‘n Go drive lacks the eye-catching slimline design of the Freecom Sq drive and opts for a more conventional rectangular design...
8 years ago

Store ‘n' Go Goes SSD : Verbatim USB 3 0 External SSD 32GB

Verdict: Currently the Verbatim Store'n'Go External SSD 32GB USB 3.0 unit is priced at £73.  As a comparison the USB stick product can be had for just under £30 (originally priced at £55).  The SSD unit will work with Windows XP and later or Mac OS X 10.1 systems.
8 years ago

Verbatim Store'n'Go

Verdict: Verbatim has a huge reputation in portable storage. It still makes 3.5in floppy disks as well as CDs, DVDs, USB sticks and portable hard drives. The new Store'n'Go range ships with USB 3 support – something we hope Apple supports in the near future as well as Thunderbolt.
Pros: Just works
Cons: Needs USB 3 cable
7 years ago
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