Anonymous, 10 Jan 2018Do they have 3.1 speeds though? And don't forget that this is the smallest 256gb USB drive so ... moreThis is USB 3.1 Gen 1 same as USB 3.0 in terms of speed the 128GB is a tad slower at 125MBps to the 130MBps quoted on this one and even though it is the smallest 256GB drive as i said it is 2.5 years years later should equate to the same launch price as the other one
AnonD-35569, 09 Jan 2018I don't like those ultra small thumb drives. They get lost in an instant.maybe they don't like you? maybe you get lost in an instant??
veryangrynerd, 10 Jan 2018150 usd for the 256gb is way over the top as the 128gb launched in June 2015 for 80 usd and i... moreDo they have 3.1 speeds though? And don't forget that this is the smallest 256gb USB drive so that would also increase cost
150 usd for the 256gb is way over the top as the 128gb launched in June 2015 for 80 usd
and is selling around 30 usd atm
That what I call practicality, impressive, problem will be just insane price
Great, but I was even happier if they introduced the „worlds cheapest internal 1TB M.2 NVMe“ because prices for fast storage are expensive as hell. And I don‘t think anybody will buy a 1 TB USB Stick for moving his office files if he is too outdated to use a cloud.
AnonD-708551, 09 Jan 2018Will it die by itself after 4-5 years like other USB flash drives?I have a USB drive from 2003 still alive lolol
This is gonna be an expensive dead usb stick, rather carry a portable hard drive
I think a large pendrives not a good idea.I have got many dead pendrives, which died without any cause. If this one dies then you would lose a lot of money.
Well done to SanDisk then.
As expected from Sanding it will have a horrible price and such small drive could easily breaks or lost.
I don't like those ultra small thumb drives. They get lost in an instant.
Will it die by itself after 4-5 years like other USB flash drives?