thanks. What's the min mb/s it needs to read/write? I don't want to spend too much it is just needs to work efficiently. I've see a 1 tb flash drive on ebay for just £11
SPEC - Chip: Grade A, original brand flash memory chip Interface: USB 2.0. USB 2.0 Compatible (Backwards compatible to USB 1.1) Speed: Writing speed: 3MB/S-6MB/S; Reading speed: 6MB/S-12MB/S Compatibility: Desktop, Laptop, Mac., Tablet, Speakers, Television, Car video system which has USB port and allows data transmission Operating System: All Versions of Windows, Windows 98second edition/NT/ME/2000/XP/7/8.1/10 and above, it also compatible with Linux and Mac OS 10.3 and above. Operating Temperatures: 32º F to 140º F (0º C to 60º C) Storage Temperatures: -4º F to 185º F (-20º C to 85º C) Durability: 50,000 times read and write
Will this be suffice?
I've been testing my h2h with a small 2gb flash drive (unbranded and it seems to respond well)
I could come again but cant afford any bigger than 2 tb,dreaming of a 6tb but would fall asleep looking for something only to forget what i was searching for.
Even routing thru my old hdd collection i like the simple connectivity of Toshiba with mains plug and usb cable.
My older Freecom units had an on/off switch and as far as i can remember keep spinning even if box is off.
For recording with e2 boxes you dont want an on/off button.