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Buying USB 3.0 Flash drives?

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by frankweerasinghe, Aug 2, 2014.

  1. frankweerasinghe

    frankweerasinghe Regular Member

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    I wanna buy 100pcs of Kingston DT101G3 USB 3.0 32GB Flash drive. I'm from Sri Lanka. Anyone here can give me a quotation including shipping fees?
     
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    Usb 3.0 drives are for newbs, you need to bump it up to usb four
     
  3. SirSmash

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    You'd be best off contacting the manufacture directly. Getting them from a 3rd party, especially if you're looking for a good price, is probably going to end badly. You're looking for a common drive (which according to the part number is USB 2.0 and not 3.0; "G3" doesn't mean USB 3.0). Those sorts of drives are the type you can get in bulk but if it's marketed as say 16gb you'll really get a 1gb drive that shows up as 16gb when you plug it in. You, and your customers, will notice this when they try to put more than 1gb on the drive and it fails.