We go cheap. Even when selling software on USB. These tend to just have slow write times and last for years. I would not pay extra.
Here's a make I used before. https://smile.amazon.com/DIGIOCEAN-Flash-Drive-Thumb-Metal/dp/B071K5KH7K/
They have a 16GB version for not much more. I wish they had the Yellow ones which had a great gold look to them. I bought those at least 3 times and hope they come back up for sale.
Hello everyone! I'm a videographer and I shoot a lot of weddings and graduations. I've always done dvds but now I get requests for digital video files. I'd like to use flash drives as opposed to emailing the files. I'm a SanDisk guy myself, but what I ultimately want the flash drive to do is have the file on it, and the client will either plug it into their computer/smart TV to play or copy it to their hard drive. Is it OK to pick a slightly cheaper flash drive, possibly in bulk? Is that too risky? Or do most flash drives work relatively the same way? Thanks very much.