Rich Mingin (PLUG) on 27 Apr 2016 17:34:00 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Micro Center Flash Drives?

I swear by mine. The USB2 Microcenter branded drives were rebranded Kingston hardware, and later became a fully custom model from an unnamed (Likely also Kingston) OEM. The USB3 sticks are a custom model, rumored to be Sandisk OEM. All perform very nicely, I have about a dozen of the green USB3 8GB, four red 16s, two dark blue 32s, two grey 64s, and one yellow 128GB stick. I'll likely pick up their new 256GB stick soon.

On Apr 27, 2016 19:44, "Keith C. Perry" <> wrote:
I recently picked up two of their 16Gb USB 3 flash drives (red color) and one of their 32Gb flash drives ("smoke" color).  All have been working fine.  Seem to be pretty fast.  The two 16Gb one have Kali Linux on it for security work and the 32Gb one has Arch on it.

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Keith C. Perry, MS E.E.

From: "Michael Taylor" <>
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2016 7:17:29 PM
Subject: [PLUG] Micro Center Flash Drives?

Hello Fellas

So I'm going to go to Micro Center in St. Davids on Sunday and I was wondering how good are their Brand of Flash Drives? (I have a coupon for 3 free things of 32GB of Storage Media) :)

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