How Big Is Your USB Memory Stick? [MakeUseOf Poll]

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This weeks poll is how big is your USB memory stick? Almost everyone I know carries around a memory stick in their pocket, bag and some of them keep them around their necks.

Up until recently I had a 1GB memory stick crammed with all sorts of wonderful portable goodness into it. But I never had room for the documents, music or other stuff that I wanted to carry with me. So now I have dropped $14 on a 16GB memory stick and $11 for a 8GB memory stick for my Wii. Now I carry around this 16GB stick which fits on all my portable applications as well as all my documents and files that I might need.

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So we are wondering ““ if you carry a USB memory stick with you ““ how big is it? Let us know below and as always drop a comment to let us know what you carry on your stick.


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Dustin Patterson

Although I have an 8GB flash drive, I’ve found myself using it less and less since I’ve moved most of my important files into my Dropbox. Anywhere I need a file from a flash drive, I can access it via the Dropbox web interface.

I still use a flash drive for the really large files, as Dropbox isn’t the best way to handle those… yet.

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Dustin Patterson

Although I have an 8GB flash drive, I’ve found myself using it less and less since I’ve moved most of my important files into my Dropbox. Anywhere I need a file from a flash drive, I can access it via the Dropbox web interface.

I still use a flash drive for the really large files, as Dropbox isn’t the best way to handle those… yet.

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Locutus

Well let’s see. I have three, actually. The first and oldest one is a Kodak 1GB one–if you buy branded, they’re usually cheaper–that I bought back when 1GB went for 20$. The second one I got about 6 months ago–4GB for $20. Two weeks ago, I needed another thumb drive (for booting Ubuntu off of), so I went for another 4GB one for $13 (it was a Duracell branded one). (I know that there are cheaper out there, but these were all gotten at the local Target.)

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ZlateWay

I use Sony 8GB flash drive and I love it! I can’t live without it and for those who don’t have one, I encourage you to buy one. :)))

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pceasies

I have a 8GB Flash Voyager I use most of the time. I also got a relatively cheap 4GB from Microcenter for $15 for ChromeOS. My original Sony Vault 1GB is the only one that will work for ReadyBoost. Draw full of 1GB that were bought extremely cheap on sale.

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Zaid Pirwani

I keep multiple USBs, I have at least 5 USBs ranging from from 512MB to 8GB….

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KenM

Where did you get a 16 GB for $14?? Cheapest I’ve seen lately was $24.95.

Karl L. Gechlik

It was an open box from a local store. But check out ebay i am sure you can find something similar.

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southernsara

My main flash drive is 4GB and my loaner is 2GB.

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Haplo

8GB Corsair Flash Voyager (waterproof and all)
And I have such a small one because in my stupid third world country prices are astronomical.

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Haplo

8GB Corsair Flash Voyager (waterproof and all)
And I have such a small one because in my stupid third world country prices are astronomical.

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njw

Four sticks. 3 x 2Gb Cruzer SanDisks – #1, backup for when travelling; #2 software essentials; #3 Portable apps plus random data. 1 by very old 32Mb stick – copying small files when I am unsure of the PC it is going to connect with.

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Ben

I have an 8GB flash drive, and I use it for running portable apps.

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Scott_T

8GB loaded with utilities, commonly installed programs, windows updates and service packs for working on computers. It frequently used to load drivers too.

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Jraz

16GB – Loaded with lots of stuff, utilities, videos, tools, drivers, apps, iso’s and it is bootable to Parted Magic. Worth every penny and I don’t leave hoem without it.

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Jasmine

32gb used to listen to music in my car and keep photos on.

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Axel482

8 GB Sandisk Cruzer. Used for keeping some files handy.

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Daysi

I do have a 2 GB stick. Wanted to buy a bigger one.. but then asked myself “Why?”. Flash drives don’t live forever… and the best (secure) medium is still CD/DVD.

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Pubudu@TechHamlet

Just moved from a 1GB pen to a 16GB pen :D

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ZachSmith

PQI I22 32 GB. Keep some installers for work, some pictures, and my college class homework.

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I have two 4 Gig SanDisk Cruzers and a 2 Gig SuperTalent.
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