USB Flash Drive
Now that USB Flash Drives are quite cheap, ($19 for 16g at Fry's) they
are looking more attractive as backup.
I have a laptop and desktop. They both run Windows XP and are connected
in a wireless lan. I keep the files on both computers synced with
Syncback, so have two copies of all of my files.
Would a 16g or 32g USB Flash Drive provide reliable third backup?
What is their lifetime? in hours, accesses, or whatever.
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