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The CnMemory Spaceloop is a stylish and compact USB 2.0 flash drive. With 64Gb of storage you'll be able to store your documents, photos, videos or music, and carry them with you wherever you go. Slimline design ensures this drive won't block any other USB slots when plugged in. The high quality metal housing ensures your data will be kept safe inside the drive and there's an LED indicator to let you know when it's plugged into your PC. - A.D.
•64GB storage capacity
•USB 2.0 connection
•Read speed up to 12 MB/s
•Write speed up to 3.5 MB/s
•High-quality metal housing
•LED indicator
•Compact design, won't block other USB slots
•Includes CnMemory Software Suite
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3 Likes #1
Write speed 3.5 ??????
Jeebers. Thats slower than the Sandisk Cruzer, which has been pilloried on here ! X)
#2
very very slow!

i'm after one to replace my sandisk cruiser, which is 5 mb/s write - far too slow
#3
Cheap portable storage but really slow. for people who want to transport large files and folders around then it's pretty handy, just as long as you don't want to transfer them over too often!
#4
Speed is not really an issue if you are using it to back up a NAS or something similar once a month as you won't be doing it often. I have a NAS, a back up hard drive and then something like this as an extra potential backup.
#5
Mixed reviews on Amazon, but hot anyway from me.
#6
TKDBlackbelt
Speed is not really an issue if you are using it to back up a NAS or something similar once a month as you won't be doing it often. I have a NAS, a back up hard drive and then something like this as an extra potential backup.

4.87 mins to backup 1Gb (which is how much i'd want to backup) if it runs at its max speed, which it wont.


Edited By: mugglesquop on Oct 24, 2012 15:08: decimal place
#7
mugglesquop
TKDBlackbelt
Speed is not really an issue if you are using it to back up a NAS or something similar once a month as you won't be doing it often. I have a NAS, a back up hard drive and then something like this as an extra potential backup.
i thought about this, but it still works out too slow.4.87 hours to backup 1Gb (which is how much i'd want to backup)

**** I hadnt thought it would be that slow lol
#8
to transfer 1gb to this at 3.5mb/s would be well less than an hour. More like 15 mins max. (depending on the number of individual files of course. Lots of smaller files = slower transfer)
#9
i may have got my decimal place in the wrong place lol

should have been 4.87 mins, which i dont believe for a second.
#10
HOT!

I've just been looking for a Flash drive to hook up to my Nexus via the Media Importer app & was thinking of getting one this size at about 25 quid, so this is great.

I'll just be putting all of my old magazines/books, pdf files, photos & music on in one (long) session.

As the Media Importer app is a read only thing, am I right in thinking the write speed of this thing isn't too much of an issue? Or is the Read speed slow as well?
1 Like #11
the read speed is still slow, which may cause longer loading times, but should still work.

the speeds wont stop it working, just make things take longer :)
#12
I should still be able to play music & open up pdfs without there being a big delay though, yes?
1 Like #13
TheHawkowc
I should still be able to play music & open up pdfs without there being a big delay though, yes?
Yes, the reading speed is fine to play any content. Will far exceed even HD video. Yo'll only notice read speeds when transferring files on or off the device, not in opening or playing content.
#14
This was previously available from Zavvi Outlet on eBay (see this deal), and I purchased one. When I tested it, the performace was significantly better than that stated:

3guesses
OK, have tested it using H2testw in a USB 2.0 slot on my laptop under Windows XP after re-formatting it (couldn't re-format from Explorer, had to use Disk Manager instead - don't recall having to do that with other USB flash drives). Took 1h58m50s to fill the drive and 45m09s to verify, giving the following:

Warning: Only 60333 of 60399 MByte tested.
Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 8.46 MByte/s
Reading speed: 22.3 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4
I'm quite happy with that.

It's a nice piece of kit, feels well-made and is quite petite. The packaging also stated that it has a 5 year warranty 8-))
#15
Out of interest can a Google nexus (unrooted with the nexus media importer and OTG adapter) cope with this or is it limited to 32GB max?
#16
Can anyone recommend a "quick" usb drive ??
#17
I bought this from Zavvi the other day for the same price. I'm happy with it!

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/300735886379?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649
#18
Don't forget 2.02% cashback from Topcashback!
#19
Tempted..
1 Like #20
3guesses
This was previously available from Zavvi Outlet on eBay (see this deal), and I purchased one. When I tested it, the performace was significantly better than that stated:

3guesses
OK, have tested it using H2testw in a USB 2.0 slot on my laptop under Windows XP after re-formatting it (couldn't re-format from Explorer, had to use Disk Manager instead - don't recall having to do that with other USB flash drives). Took 1h58m50s to fill the drive and 45m09s to verify, giving the following:

Warning: Only 60333 of 60399 MByte tested.
Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 8.46 MByte/s
Reading speed: 22.3 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4
I'm quite happy with that.

It's a nice piece of kit, feels well-made and is quite petite. The packaging also stated that it has a 5 year warranty 8-))

seconded, I bought one as well and can confirm it is faster than stated for larger files.
My only gripe is that the blue led on it is astonishingly bright. I have had to tape it up in order to prevent getting blinded (slight exaggeration).
#21
Will this record OK from a television
1 Like #22
alexus
Out of interest can a Google nexus (unrooted with the nexus media importer and OTG adapter) cope with this or is it limited to 32GB max?

Mine works fine with root and stickmount soI don't think there will be any problems with the nexus media importer
#23
Don't know why everyone is so obsessed with speed these are perfect for backing up photos from the pc, just drag the whole my photos folder over and let it run, who cares how long it takes for something like that!
#24
Bought one from Zavvi ebuy last week for the same price, BRILLIANT product I have to say, the Write speed is about 9m/s and Read 27m/s in both Mac and Win7, FYI.
#25
Bought one from Zavvi ebuy last week for the same price, BRILLIANT product I have to say, the Write speed is about 9m/s and Read 27m/s in both Mac and Win7, FYI.
#26
placed an order wooop! thanks for this! 8)
#27
alankearn
Will this record OK from a television

Or from a Sat box..? Hope so..
#28
Ordered! This should do nicely for some movies for my rooted Nexus 7 as I'm soon getting on a plane for a 24 hour flight! 8)
#29
Many thanks OP. Ordered.
#30
I got the same one from Zavvi last week as well, as others have said it wasn't fast and the initial copy of 32GB took most of an evening, but now i've got it on there it's only incremental backups if i add new photos or music which takes a fraction of the time. I might get another one to boost my asus transformers storage for travelling, could get a fair few TV series on here to see me through a long journey.
3 Likes #31
Useless for me.

I only use USB sticks when my home is about to be raided by the bobbies to back up my incriminating files , before destroying my HDDs with acid.
At these speeds I'd be in handcuffs before I managed to transfer my first .JPG

Cold.
#32
At 3.5mb/s it would take just under FIVE HOURS to fill with data!!

I know people will probably say that you rarely fill an entire drive in one go, but if you're thinking about transferring a 15-20gb hd movie onto one of these you could be looking at a couple of hours alone
#33
Ordered with a bit of TopCashBack on top.
1 Like #34
DontRun
At 3.5mb/s it would take just under FIVE HOURS to fill with data!!

I know people will probably say that you rarely fill an entire drive in one go, but if you're thinking about transferring a 15-20gb hd movie onto one of these you could be looking at a couple of hours alone

Yet another poster that doesn't bother to read comments left by others. Never mind, his loss...
#35
briandon73
Don't know why everyone is so obsessed with speed these are perfect for backing up photos…
I don’t use these for backing up photos. That’s what my optical drive is for. Instead, I use large capacity usb flash drives for installing Ubuntu to, so that I can use other computers with my own portable system. For this, some drives are fast enough to use adequately, and some are so slow that the system keeps pausing every time you do something, greying out the screen every second, making it unusable.
#36
u0421793
briandon73
Don't know why everyone is so obsessed with speed these are perfect for backing up photos…
I don’t use these for backing up photos. That’s what my optical drive is for. Instead, I use large capacity usb flash drives for installing Ubuntu to, so that I can use other computers with my own portable system. For this, some drives are fast enough to use adequately, and some are so slow that the system keeps pausing every time you do something, greying out the screen every second, making it unusable.
I guess this will become much more feaible once USB 3.0 has become the prevailing technology.
1 Like #37
Curse you 3guesses, now everyone who doesn't read the erroneous specs will know how good these cheap drives are. They're well made too, with a solid metal construction that dissipates heat well. Crap- now I'm doing it....
#38
Sixty quid, now.
#39
write speed of 3.5Mb/s ? run away !
1 Like #40
Phlegon
write speed of 3.5Mb/s ? run away !
Or read this thread.

Writing speed: 8.46 MByte/s
Reading speed: 22.3 MByte/s

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