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Gotta pass on this one... I just picked up a refurb Western Digital "My Passport" USB 2.0 external drive (320GB) for $35 shipped (next day air!)... The thing isn't much larger than a deck of cards. At .94 cents per GB here vs. .11 cents/GB with the WD, it should be a no-brainer.
Sorry woot!, this one just isn't a deal in my book.
Just really damn lucky: Random Crap: 2/15/08, 2/19/09, 12/25/09, 4/1/10, 12/1/10, 12/25/10, 4/1/11, 5/11/11, 9/14/11, 10/12/11, 12/25/11
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ThreeDee912 wrote:Never liked USB sticks with removable caps. If I don't end up losing them, they end up falling off after a while.
For those with cap retention issues, get a usb wallet. You can pop the stick out and leave the cap in the wallet.
"I'll just lose the wallet"
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Just click on the item pic of the main Woot! page and you usually get an alt image. Most times w/ what parts (cables, parts) come w/ the item.
Then just just page back... to get to the listing
Item today had a very short depth of field to give the back of the item a softer focus, gives it a look of "size and maybe dynamics"
Tonicisserious wrote:does the product sell better if the picture is out of focus?
In the VA Blue Ridge Mtns.
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I believe 4GB(minus 1 byte) is the file size limitation with FAT32.
nickdude07 wrote:Maybe if your using it on a Windows 98 box it will have problems. Consider it the same as a USB external hard drive. If you are having problems with it try reformatting it in Windows and it should work. NTSC would work on Windows, FAT32 format works on PS3, XBox and other devices. The only problem is to get a partition larger than 4GB on FAT32 you need special software or to be savy with Windows.
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