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Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Cheap when on sale.
Constantly disconnects from computers. Tried 2 different machines and 4 different ports (win 7/ Win 10, USB 2.1 and USB 3.0). After writing 6+ large files, 'device not ready'. Explorer shows NO files. Have to unplug/ replug to get files to show up. After 6th time I say JUNK. Not sure if files are intact so now only use as over priced MEMTest loader.
Sunday, March 01, 2020
Decent transfer speeds ~40MB/s vs my old USB 2.0 drive 14MB/s but nowhere as fast as my external USB 3.0 1TB HDD 75MB/s but given the form factor and price it is decent. Build quality is good. 128GB is plenty for all of my 3D models and school work. Transferring a 10GB from an SSD helps with the speed 4min vs 5.5min.
Drive not formatted out of the box although it only takes less than a minute to do that. Transfer speeds are about 2.5GB per minute. 1GB file transfers is very quick takes less than 25 seconds. Sustained speeds is low and the speed fluctuates a lot when transferring large files.
Usable transfer speeds and works as intended. I got it on sale, so I can't complain. Quality is good slightly better than my old SanDisk, the retracting mechanism has a good click to it. Speed fluctuates a lot when transferring large files.
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
By: Data Recovery Expert Service
Monday, December 30, 2019
By: Sean Ruddy
Tuesday, July 03, 2018
Monday, November 27, 2017
- High capacity - Fast USB 3.0 speeds - Portability
- Only weakness might be build quality (if you're really rough with it)
I'm not sure what to make of the bad reviews. Maybe they got lemons, or maybe I got lucky. I've had mine for over a year and I use it all the time. If you're looking for something portable and easy to transfer large files quickly, this little guy will definitely get the job done.
Wednesday, January 04, 2017
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
None. It crapped out before I could even use it.
Looks and feels cheap with a cheap plastic housing.
I put it in my Windows 10 computer and formatted it as ExFAT. Put it in another computer and it failed to even detect. Tried it in 2 other computers, including the computer I formatted with, and it didn't detect in any of them. The drive totally cratered for no apparent reason and isn't even detected in the Disk Management utility, and therefore cannot even be low-level formatted. Returning it to the store the day after I bought it, but I'm hesitant to swap it for another.