They cost pretty between Rs. 200- 300, Both the drives from Kingston come with 5 year warranty period but for some reason, HomeShop18 says it comes with an only 1-year warranty. Even SanDisk Cruzer blade comes with 5 year warranty period. But still, if you want to grab one such drive and don’t mind waiting for minutes to transfer data when you can do the same job within seconds via USB 3.0 but at a bit higher cost, DT109 takes the lead out of these drives I’ve compared in previous pages.
Make sure you get a bill for it because such drives are available easily anywhere- even some stationary store. Maybe they sell it without knowing- or they do know it- but there’s a HUGE heap of duplicates. No1 really sells lesser sized duplicates- you’ll get a lot of those 16-32gig USB 2.0 for the same/lesser than what 8gig USB 2.0 costs. You will get a bill. You have to get a bill. Chances are you might just throw these away if they get spoilt or don’t work or if it outlasts its usefulness.