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Samsung 128GB Fit Plus USB 3.1 Flash Drive - up to 300MB/s read (5-year Limited Warranty) for £19.40 Delivered @ Picstop
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Samsung 128GB Fit Plus USB 3.1 Flash Drive - up to 300MB/s read (5-year Limited Warranty) for £19.40 Delivered @ Picstop

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Posted 20th Feb

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3410285.jpgThe 128GB Samsung FIT Plus 3.1 USB Flash Drive is designed to stay in your device. With transfer speeds of up to 300MB/s files can be sent to your PC in 10 seconds, and is backwards compatible with 3.0/2.0.

The Samsung FIT Plus USB 3.1 Flash Drive is the compact way to add big space simply plug in the FIT Plus to get secondary, upgraded storage for your devices, then leave it in to easily carry more files wherever you go. It stays out of your way and is so quick it keeps files at the ready, all with USB 3.1 speeds and trusted reliability.

The Samsung FIT Plus gives portability in a minimal profile, and is designed to stay in your device, always ready for use. It can be kept in laptops, smart TVs, and cars with reduced risk of accidental bumps or removal.

With quick and convenient read speeds up to 300 MB/s, the latest USB 3.1 standard ensures transferring data never slows you down. With the FIT Plus you can send a 3GB 4K UHD video file to your PC in just 10 seconds, and keep more movies, games and music within reach.

Samsung’s leadership in flash memory makes the FIT Plus a trustworthy drive to store your valuable data. It works through it all with a waterproof, shock-proof, temperature-proof, magnet-proof, and X-ray-proof body, all backed by a 5-year limited warranty.

Features
  • - More space
  • - Small size
  • - Read speeds up to 300 MB/s
  • - Tough & trusted

Specifications
  • Type: USB 3.1 Flash Drive Gen 1 (backward compatible with USB 3.0/2.0)
  • Storage Capacity: 128GB
  • Speed: Up to 300MB/s read speed for USB 3.1, write speed is lower than read speed
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 23.60 X 18.80 X 7.30mm
  • Weight: 3.1g
  • Warranty: 5 Years Limited

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Got one of these connected to my Nvidia Shield never had a problem with it
Would this work for recording tv ?
PapaShango.20/02/2020 22:30

Would this work for recording tv ?


Yes I think so but some TVs might have a minimum storage capacity so it is best to RTFM. For instance my old Panasonic 3D plasma had a minimum disk/USB size of 160GB. It is likely that you will not be able to access the USB or recordings anywhere but the TV to prevent copying.

To be honest, USB 3.1 at 300MB/s is probably overkill for TV recording which will probably be happy with USB 2.0 speeds.
Edited by: "fablanta" 21st Feb
fablanta21/02/2020 00:39

Yes I think so but some TVs might have a minimum storage capacity so it is …Yes I think so but some TVs might have a minimum storage capacity so it is best to RTFM. For instance my old Panasonic 3D plasma had a minimum disk/USB size of 160GB. It is likely that you will not be able to access the USB or recordings anywhere but the TV to prevent copying.To be honest, USB 3.1 at 300MB/s is probably overkill for TV recording which will probably be happy with USB 2.0 speeds.



I've tried usb 2 flash drives, they tend not to work for recording to smart TVs. Write speed isn't fast enough. So hdd is necessary, or faster usb 3 flash such as this.
Can anyone please advice write speed of this?
PapaShango.20/02/2020 22:30

Would this work for recording tv ?


Yes I use this model with my Samsung tv.
So as I am lazy, what speeds can i expect with a usb 3.0 port ?
What is the typical endurance of these? I'm considering setting up a Pi with either an SSD or pen drive, this would be the cheaper option but I don't know how endurance compares. SSDs are designed for regular use over a long period of time, pen drives tend to be more occasional use.
PapaShango.20/02/2020 22:30

Would this work for recording tv ?


Yes, I use it for that purpose. Bought last time when it was £20.99
smile7821/02/2020 11:10

Yes, I use it for that purpose. Bought last time when it was £20.99


Do you happen to know how many hours you could record? Tempted at this price rather than a full blown hdd
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