DT 109, SanDisk Cruzer Blade, DT Mini 8GB

8GB USB 2.0 Drives Standoff: Kingston DT109, DT Micro and SanDisk Cruzer Blade

  1. Introduction
  2. Test Bench and Methodology
  3. ATTO Benchmark
  4. Transfer Tests
  5. Conclusion

Few people have asked me about how good are those cheap 8GB USB 2.0 drives. There are those who would not spend a good amount of money on a flash drive for some small file transfer but they want to know which one is good. Let’s see which snails go quicker (or a rabbit).

Kingston sent DT109 8GB and DT Micro 8GB USB 2.0 drives. I got the SanDisk Cruzer Blade 8GB USB 2.0 drive from some conference in a retail pack. Its a norm that a lot of PRs and companies give journalists, reviewers, bloggers…. and tv people flash drives which contain press pictures and releases of the product they release in press conferences- but this didn’t come with any of that at all. It doesn’t matter. This is a quick comparison to see which has an advantage over each other.




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