SanDisk Cruzer Glide USB Flash Drive 32GB £7.49 Delivered @ PicStop
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SanDisk Cruzer Glide USB Flash Drive 32GB £7.49 Delivered @ PicStop

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Found 31st Aug 2017
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USB3?
USB2 I believe.
Most these frigging things always say theoretical speeds and then the reality is very different. This is why I've stopped buying Micro SD cards, I bought an official one from the Samsung store, said it hit 90Mbps Sequential... I'm lucky if it hits 25... the things are useless. It's why I'm glad the iPhone doesn't have a Micro SD slot and just lets you purchase higher tiers. I'd rather pay £100 more for 600-800MBps than £40-50 for a Micro SD card that doesn't work as advertised.... then you have the whole fake market which is a nightmare.

I've noticed just the same with Usb sticks... now I just buy an SSD and get an adapter to USB and use that.
USB2 good for many cheap long term storage drives to keep, USB3 good for a few fast drives used to regularly transfer data quickly.
USB 2, 3 and 3.1 is a stupid measure so not sure why people are asking. You need to look at the speed of the memory itself which could be rubbish.
That's cheap!
Edited by: "hearts" 31st Aug 2017
slannmage31st Aug

Most these frigging things always say theoretical speeds and then the …Most these frigging things always say theoretical speeds and then the reality is very different. This is why I've stopped buying Micro SD cards, I bought an official one from the Samsung store, said it hit 90Mbps Sequential... I'm lucky if it hits 25... the things are useless. It's why I'm glad the iPhone doesn't have a Micro SD slot and just lets you purchase higher tiers. I'd rather pay £100 more for 600-800MBps than £40-50 for a Micro SD card that doesn't work as advertised.... then you have the whole fake market which is a nightmare. I've noticed just the same with Usb sticks... now I just buy an SSD and get an adapter to USB and use that.


Very true, but it's expected unfortunately. The speeds just never live up to the packaging. That being said though, I've never had a really slow Micro SD in my phone. Currently have a Sandisk 128GB and serves me well. Fake market can be solved by buying from reputable sellers such as Amazon Directly, My memory, MobyMemory ect.
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