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Samsung 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Fit £22.49 Mymemory

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#1
Apparently even though they are fast they seem to overheat too fast and too much enough to burn your fingers, from what I read on Amazon reviews. XD heat added though(no irony hahah)
3 Likes #2
I have two of these and have been using them for about a year with no problems whatsover.
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Isn't it amazing how small high capacity USB drives are now.

Just 5 years a go they were sizeable things.
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I have used one of these on my mac book pro for the time machine function and never had a problem with it overheating. It's plugged in permanently and you would hardly know it's there.
1 Like #5
Gore
Apparently even though they are fast they seem to overheat too fast and too much enough to burn your fingers, from what I read on Amazon reviews. XD heat added though(no irony hahah)
You think they would have learnt from the phone(note7) they had catching fire all over the place ;)
#6
manbearpig
Isn't it amazing how small high capacity USB drives are now.

Just 5 years a go they were sizeable things.
not so far in the past computers did not have this size memory!! zx spectrum etc :)

Edited By: thomasleep on Dec 17, 2016 22:24
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Probably another 20 years after the spectrum for that capacity!
#8
I've bought 3 of these USB FIT sticks over the last year and have not had any issue with any of them... I use them to store music in my cars and on a music server (Raspberry Pi).

The write speed, even with a USB3 connection, is relatively slow (below 20 MB/s), but this isn't a big issue for my applications.
#9
would this work with the xboxone??
#10
dixonm05
would this work with the xboxone??
that's a good question, that would be good to know
#11
Mine doesn't get hot and works great
#14
No overheating with the one I've been using for 9 months and just ordered another. The low profiles curved designs allows you to leave them connected all the time.
#16
Gore
Apparently even though they are fast they seem to overheat too fast and too much enough to burn your fingers, from what I read on Amazon reviews. XD heat added though(no irony hahah)


I think all USB stick get hot if you permanently in. I know being this small they almost deserved to be permanently plugged in, if you only put them in and out when in use they are fine. I've had mine for a couple of years and never had any real
Heat issues
#17
dixonm05
would this work with the xboxone??

ackbar
dixonm05
would this work with the xboxone??
that's a good question, that would be good to know

256gb minimum for Xbox One external hard drive is it not?
#18
RueFondary
I've bought 3 of these USB FIT sticks over the last year and have not had any issue with any of them... I use them to store music in my cars and on a music server (Raspberry Pi).

The write speed, even with a USB3 connection, is relatively slow (below 20 MB/s), but this isn't a big issue for my applications.


I get close to 100mb/s on mine
#22
The Lexar at a pound cheaper is faster
#23
thomasleep
manbearpig
Isn't it amazing how small high capacity USB drives are now.
Just 5 years a go they were sizeable things.
not so far in the past computers did not have this size memory!! zx spectrum etc :)
I have had a few windows computers with much smaller hard drives 40gb etc

Edited By: Harley_Mick on Dec 18, 2016 15:16
#24
Harley_Mick
thomasleep
manbearpig
Isn't it amazing how small high capacity USB drives are now.
Just 5 years a go they were sizeable things.
not so far in the past computers did not have this size memory!! zx spectrum etc :)
I have had a few windows computers with much smaller hard drives 40gb etc
I had a ZX81 ;) this is like memory limbo ;)
#25
andynicol
dixonm05
would this work with the xboxone??

ackbar
dixonm05
would this work with the xboxone??
that's a good question, that would be good to know

256gb minimum for Xbox One external hard drive is it not?



think you could be right
#28
dixonm05
andynicol
dixonm05
would this work with the xboxone??
ackbar
dixonm05
would this work with the xboxone??
that's a good question, that would be good to know
256gb minimum for Xbox One external hard drive is it not?
think you could be right
Yep. This site confirms.
#30
ordered. thanks OP - btw code still working here
#31
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#32
code not working for me, strange

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