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Posted 16 July 2023

Integral Black USB 3.0 Super Speed Fast Memory Flash Drive, 128gb £5.99 / 512gb £20.99

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Features & details
Over 25 million USB pen drives sold
USB 3.0 SuperSpeed is up to 10x faster than USB 2.0
Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 systems
Plug-and-play - Works with any USB compatible device, Microsoft Windows Vista XP/7/8/10/11 and Mac OS
Reliably transfer and backup your images, videos, documents and other file types
Classic, durable and elegant design - Never lose the cap – attaches to the end of the drive when in use
2 year manufacturer warranty protection - Product assembled in the UK
2 year free UK-based support team
2 year free data-recovery service
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  1. Quad's avatar
    pay £3 more for double the storage. Thats the rabbit hole you get in with flash drives.
  2. MatthewCoomber's avatar
    I got one and it's so slow, but for the price you can't complain too much.
  3. EQL's avatar
    Some speed links:
    84/21 MByte/s read write speed

    147/37 MByte/s read write speed (512GB) version

    Reusing what I wrote for an earlier deal:
    One Amazon reviewer has Crystal Mark screenshot for the 128GB version suggesting read of 90MB/s and write 10MB/s (so perhaps 14hrs to fill the 512GB version, and 1.6hrs to fully read it all).

    Integral's specs suggest it is very slow:
    Read speed (MB per second) 30
    Write speed (MB per second) 5

    Personally I repurposed my old SSDs using USB enclosures (£5+SSD cost).
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    They are too slow for regular use.
    I got a replacement after posting those speed tests and it's been sat in a drawer unused as the SATA drive in enclosures I have are so much faster (but bulkier, of course).
  4. rb2eleven's avatar
    Thanks at this price can't say no, probably slow but for backing up small files will do the job
    wadz's avatar
    Defo agree, wouldn't be transferring large files at this speed but always handy to have as spares for documents
  5. Smoking_Dealer69's avatar
    Stupid question, would it ever be too slow to watch 4k movies on a Smart TV?
    EQL's avatar
    I think this would be ok for most 4k movies (presuming they are encoded at a lowish bitrate). My post above suggested even Integral play it safe suggesting 30Mbps read speed.

    High-resolution 4K video encodes at 2160p and has a bitrate between 44 and 56Mbps on a low frame rate and 65 to 85Mbps with a high frame rate

    Netflix suggests at least 15Mbps
  6. zzzz's avatar
    "USB 3.0 SuperSpeed is up to 10x faster than USB 2.0"
    . . and can even be slower ! There's no minimum speed requirement , unlike U1 , U3 etc.
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