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HP 32 GB Flash Drive P-FD32GHP165-GE

by HP
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  • Store your important data with a brand you trust! With HP, you are worry free
  • Store, erase and reuse. HP USB drives can be reused over and over without loss of quality
  • HP USB drives will perform in a variety of climates, weather conditions and temperature extremes
  • Just Plug and Play into a USB Port

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Technical Details

Capacity: 32 GB | Package Type: Standard Packaging
  • Hard Drive: 32 GB
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Product Details

Capacity: 32 GB | Package Type: Standard Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 6.8 x 0.5 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0052WT1OC
  • Item model number: P-FD32GHP165-GE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (954 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 2, 2011

Product Description

Capacity: 32 GB | Package Type: Standard Packaging

Store, transport and access your PowerPoint presentations, photos and important work or school documents. It provides easy access to your information in an affordable, convenient device.

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Customer Reviews

Very small so it's easy to keep on a key chain.
Allen Royster
Small compact and easy to carry on your key chain for easy access to save files, documents and pictures on your flash drive.
Teresa Cannon
The cap will not stay on it and the plastic on the piece that goes into the USB port comes off when trying pulling it out.
James R Azevedo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

134 of 138 people found the following review helpful By A Conrad on May 15, 2012
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingSize Name: 32 GB Verified Purchase
This is a review of the HP v165w 32 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive.

The unit is encased in a blue plastic outer shell, with a removable matching blue plastic cap to protect the USB connector of the flash drive. The cap is a tight fit and stays in place relatively well even when I carry this bare in my pocket. It has NO indicator light to indicate whether or not data transfer is occuring, which can be a down-side for those who want or need it. The butt end has loop with a tether-and-clasp to hook onto a lanyard, keychain, etc. (Note: This does not come with a lanyard). The drive came empty, and is pre-formatted FAT32. Because of its large capacity (32GB) and small form-factor, I bring it with me every day.

It is not my fastest in terms of read/write, but it will be one of my secondary backup drives (I typically carry three copies of my work, all on different devices). I posted some benchmark values, as well as tests of speed using real files.

BENCHMARK TOOLS:

Using Flash Memory Tookit v2.0, the average read was relatively fast at 18.2 MB/s, with a range of 17.5 -18.6 MB/s (for 1MB and 5MB files, respectively), and average write at 12.45 MB/s was surprisingly fast, with a range of 7.7 -15.5 MB/s (for 1MB and 5MB files, respectively). How does this compare to other flash drives? With a Patriot Xporter XT Boost I get 23 MB/s read and 17 MB/s write, and a Transcend 16 GB JetFlash 500 I get about 22 MB/s read and 14 MB/s write. So it's up there with some of the faster USB flash drives in benchmark performance.

TRANSFER OF REAL FILES:

I wanted to see how this drive faired with real files. This is truly how to test a USB flash drive. I transferred a folder containing files and folders of varying sizes from (several kb) up to 400MB (psd).
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61 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Rob Nelson on September 6, 2011
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingSize Name: 32 GB Verified Purchase
The main cap does'nt stay on real well, It tends to slide off easily. Might lose it soon. The permanent cap comes off every time I remove the drive from the USB port, then its difficult to remove just the metal piece.

The drive itself works real good.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Hare on August 10, 2011
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free PackagingSize Name: 16 GB
I've used the 4GB model for over a year and the 16GB version for several months with no problems.

I will say that many "problems" people have with data just "disappearing" or getting corrupted are actual not problems with the drive itself, but how you have your computer set up to work with them. On Windows, if you don't have the drive configured using the "Quick Removal" policy, you MUST properly eject/disconnect the device before physically unplugging it, otherwise, you are not guaranteed that all the data you "wrote" to the device has actually been transferred to the device. Browsing the device, it may "look" like it's all there, but parts may still be in the computer's Disk I/O cache waiting to be written. If you use Thumb Drives to transfer/store data, be absolutely sure you set the properties on that device properly, or always use the "Eject/Safely Remove" option on the device before physically unplugging it. The first thing I do when plugging a USB drive in is check the Device Properties in the Explorer and make sure the Policy is set for Quick Removal, not the best performance policy.

I'd love to have all the devices people throw away claiming that their files got corrupted or vanished when using it... Only a fraction of them are actually faulty. :)
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Eric in Hood River on October 5, 2011
Product Packaging: Frustration-Free PackagingSize Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
Purchased this 6 weeks ago. Used infrequently. Yesterday I tried plugging it into two different computers. No response. Computers wouldn't even acknowledge the device in device manager. Not happy, but not terribly troubled by that. It happens. Then, I followed Amazon protocol and contacted the manufacturer. It took over an hour, and I talked to nine different people before someone could transfer me to a department that told me to send an email to get a return number so I can send it in to get a replacement under warranty.

During this time, while on hold various times, I went online. The hp site referred me to the warranty, which I downloaded. It had a link to get the return number, but the link did not work. So I clicked on the secondary link, which sent me back to the support page for this product, where I started.

I finally got through to a supervisor, after I escalated the call, which is when I finally got an e-mail to ask for a return number. A reasonable company, at that point, after hearing about all the hassles would have just requisitioned a new flash drive and had it sent to me directly. It would cost them less than actually dealing with the product further.

Bottom line: Products fail sometimes. But if the manufacturer hides themselves so effectively behind incompetence to make it nearly impossible to get warranty information, and doesn't acknowledge the inconvenience they caused, I recommend not buying from that manufacturer.

Update: After FINALLY getting the proper e-mail address from HP, I sent an e-mail. A few minutes later I got a phone call from a PNY rep in NJ. He was very frustrated by the lack of appropriate connection between HP and PNY. He sent me a label for the return. I received a new drive within a day or two. We'll see how well this new drive works.
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