How reliable?

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  1. ailes

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    1TB cost one thousand plus
     
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    Looks neat and 1TB for a very small device with a decent price. I doubt the quality. Maybe it would only last for a few months.
     
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    I think for waterproof USB drives, I'd rather go with plastic tipped ones rather than metal. I've had several Sandisk Cruzer branded USBs (not at 1TB capacities though) go through the washer and they still function great afterwards.
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    is this for real? 1TB for 1,100 pesos

    this might be a fake 1TB Storage. when you plug it in your pc it says 1TB but the true capacity 128GB.
     
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    This can't possibly be 1 terabyte.
     
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    Thank you for the feedback :)
     

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