Centon 4GB DataStick Pro USB 2.0 Flash Drive

By: Centon
Walmart #: 550125172
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  • Capacity: 4GB
  • USB 2.0
  • Works with Windows and Mac computers
  • Sturdy aluminum housing
  • About this item

    The Centon DataStick Pro USB 2.0 Drive is a cost-effective way to store, share, and transfer your data. The sturdy aluminum construction of this Centon Flash Drive can withstand daily wear and tear. It is compatible with Windows and Mac computers. This handy Centon flash drive can store up to 1200 eight-megapixel photos and record up to 68 hours of music at the rate of 128Kbps (storage capability varies on capacity). The flash drive has a simple plug and play design that allows quick storage so wherever you go, your information goes with you. It also flaunts an LED activity light that blinks during data transfer, and indicates when the job is done to avert data loss.

    Centon DataStick Pro USB 2.0 Drive:

    • Sturdy aluminum housing
    • Plug-and-play design
    • Capacity: 4GB
    • Holds up to 1,200 eight-megapixel photos or 68 hours of music recorded at 128Kbps (storage capability varies on capacity)
    • LED indicator light
    • Connector for lanyards or keychains
    • Centon USB works with Windows and Mac computers
    • Lifetime warranty from Centon
    • Quick storage so wherever you go


    Product Type: USB flash drive
    Storage Capacity: 4 GB
    Compatibility: Non-specific
    Enclosure Color: Gray
    Interface Type: Hi-Speed USB
    Interfaces: 1 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type A
    Compliant Standards: Plug and Play
    Model No.: DSP4GB007
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.25
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 4.1 x 5.7 x 0.3
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 550125172

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    Customer review by electronicmasta

    5.0 stars by electronicmasta

    Got this so that I can back up all my docs and pictures..so far so good. i have used this brand before and they work just fine. You can't ask for better pricing! Thanks Wal-Mart! p.s no usb's or SD's warn you before data comes off or it gets lost. It can happen to any brands out there. So far I have no issues at all!

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    Bentonville AR
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    Just what I needed

    Customer review by PhotogGrrl

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    This was a great buy and great value and did exactly what I needed it to do. It stored hundreds of my baby's photos that I copied and transferred into my mom's computers so she can view them any time she wants. Easy to transport and easy to use.

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    Recomend to everyone.

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    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
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    Usage:Every day
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    What capacity drive do I need to store 2400 KB and 193 MB of pics, songs & docs?
    by ladyjinx 3/25/2014
    • 193MB of data would easily fit on the smallest flash drives available today. As they say, "that an't nothin'"
      by MajorTC6/30/2014
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    • 1GB is equal to 1,024MB therefore the 4GB should be enough for you.
      by CommunityAnswer4/6/2014
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    • 8GB with a lot of room to spare
      by eddieo24/4/2014
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    • They currently show the lowest size as being a 16GB for sale; this would be significantly more than enough for your needs. However, as a computer tech since 1998, this is the worst jump drive I have used and did not last long. I would recommend another unit as WalMart has a pretty nice selection to choose from. (even a 4GB would be enough for you, but I would recommend nothing smaller than an 8GB so you will not have to get another, larger drive, too soon in the future) Just so you know, you could actually burn all the files you listed on a single CD with room to spare... but, you could never edit them once burned. USB drives allow editing over and over again.
      by TheMega4/3/2014
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    • You can purchase whatever capacity drive you prefer. The amount of data you need to store is much smaller than even the smallest currently available USB flash drive which is 4GB. So that you can better understand the capacity terminology, here is a quick breakdown. 1 KB = 1024 bytes 1MB = 1024 kilobytes (KB) or 1,048,576 bytes (i.e. 1024^2) 1GB = 1024 megabytes (MB), 1,048,576 kilobytes (KB), or 1,073,741,824 bytes (i.e. 1024^3) 1TB = 1024 gigabytes (GB), 1,048,576 kilobytes (MB), 1,073,741,824 kilobytes (KB), or 1,099,511,627,776 bytes (i.e. 1024^4) (TB = terabyte) The sum of 2400 KB plus 193 MB is much smaller than any available capacity USB flash drive. Current Centon flash drive capacities range from 4GB to 256GB.
      by Centon Electronics3/27/2014
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    How many hours of recording is possible in the PVR mode of my digital-to-analog TV converter box with the 64 GB unit? I have recorded 1/2 hour shows with 8 GB sticks.
    by Bluejayar 3/31/2014
    • There are so many variables in video compression it would be impossible to say without knowing exactly what your system is running and it's specific settings. However, to get away from the techy stuff simply record a couple hours of video, then see how much space remains. You did mention you've recorded "1/2 hour shows with 8GB-but how many of those shows did you actually record? That should give you a benchmark of how your system operates. I hope this answers your question.
      by MajorTC12/18/2014
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    • With encoding the 34GB has room for 21 full length films. 8 GB do the math. The bigger the better I say.
      by eddieo212/18/2014
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    • Logically, it would be able to handle 4 hours going on the 1/2 hours being handled by the 8GB drive. However, I have done a significant amount of recording and have never seen such a large recording size... although, I have never tried recording a full 1080i in uncompressed video, so I guess that size could be about 'ballpark' correct. Giving a specific size of a couple 30 minute recording would bring a much more specific answer (eg: your 30min program might only be 3.2GB in size thus you could ideally fit 20 episodes on the drive (however that does not take into consideration the loss of space due to formatting which would most likely lose the space of about 2 programs)
      by TheMega4/3/2014
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    • The answer to your question can vary on a number of factors, including the codec used by your PVR to encode the digital video, as well as the quality of the source for the recording. For digital television recording, there are three primary source quality definitions: High-definition 1080p (largest capacity), High-definition 720p (medium capacity), Standard Definition 480i (smaller capacity). You may be able to estimate the number of hours of recording based on your half-hour recordings on your other drive. You can check the file size for each recording with its associated quality, calculate the average capacity used in an hour, then divide 60GB (estimated formatted capacity for 64GB USB) by your result for the average capacity used in an hour. Alternate resource: http://my.nanorep.com/widget/widget.html#account=centon&kb=13195578&referer=&onloadquestionid=31991378
      by Centon Electronics12/18/2014
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