The highly reliable 32GB Store ‘n’ Go USB Flash Drive is a non-volatile flash memory device, about the size of an AA battery that is instantly recognized when plugged in to the USB port of a desktop or notebook PC. Housed in attractive translucent red plastic shell, the highly portable device can be used to store any type of digital data. With support for Windows, Macintosh and Linux systems, the Verbatim Store ‘n’ Go Drive provides true cross-platform compatibility and the easiest way to transfer files between notebooks or desktops, even with different operating systems.
Verbatim Store ‘n’ Go Drives are designed for first-time buyers, students, or anyone that needs to transfer a limited number of files. With the easy-to-use devices, these users gain a whole new range of mobility options. Students can use the drive to transfer files from school libraries to their home PC. Families with two or more home computers can use the drive to move files from one computer to another, instead of setting up a network. Individuals can safely store their PIN numbers as well as emergency medical and contact information on the drive for fast, easy access from most computers.
Mallory Hickle (verified owner) –
compact and easy to use with good picture storage
Cassandra Schoen (verified owner) –
Best value in 32GB USB Flash Drives also reliable so far
Laurie Feeney (verified owner) –
Functionally speaking, there’s nothing really extraordinary about these flash drives. They work as expected for USB 2.0 drives. They’re a pretty good value for the price, though. What I do like is the sliding case, which eliminates the problem of the little caps disappearing. I wish the lanyard hole were a little bigger so I could put a key ring through it; but hey, life isn’t perfect — at least not in this world. I mainly use these drives for operating system installation images. Many motherboards won’t boot from a USB 3.x port, making flash drives higher than USB 2.0 a waste of money. In addition, installation images are almost never more than 12GB at most (and usually are much smaller), so these drives are a good size for that mission. My other mission for these drives is as recovery media to boot sickly machines into a recovery environment from which they can be restored from backup. That also has to be done from a USB 1 or 2 port; so again, USB 3.0 flash drives would be a waste of money for that mission.
Devin Nicolas (verified owner) –
Even though there are many higher capacity USB drives available, my Subaru will only support USB 2.0 drives for use in the audio system ports. And this in a 2021 vehicle! It also supports FAT32 but not exFAT. I wanted several drives that I could use in this system and these are super affordable. I bought two packs of three drives.
Angie Shields (verified owner) –
Good price on brand name Flash Drives and very good service from my go-to place, B & H
Dixie Gorczany (verified owner) –
Augustine Goodwin (verified owner) –
Bought a 4 pack and on first files loaded to each of the 4 drives, one drive refused to reopen to show contents. After numerous tries in multiple USB slots – it’s toast and gone. The 3 flash drives, though USB 2.0 worked well and have a good protective slide closure but they leave me worrying when they too may not open. I would not recommend these drives
Vincent Lynch (verified owner) –
I just needed a bunch of decent flash drives and these fit my needs perfectly.