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SanDisk Ultra 32GB Dual USB 3/Micro USB Flash Drive - £6.48 @ Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)
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SanDisk Ultra 32GB Dual USB 3/Micro USB Flash Drive - £6.48 @ Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)

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Posted 15th Sep

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Smashing price for anyone who needs to quickly move stuff to and from their phone that still uses the old Micro USB standard! Currently going for £10.99 on MyMemory, so well worth jumping on.
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Perfect timing. Heat, purchased.
2% cashback via Quidco too.
I went for the 64gb for £10.59.
How fast is this to write to o USB3. I have a Kingston, reading I get over 115 but writing only about 15, its dire.

Are there any USB drives with a decent write speed, comperable to USB3 SSDs?

I keep throwing money away.
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The only usb drive which is reasonably good is the San disk extreme pro. But it still isn't SSD quick.

If you really need it to be quick then get an m2 drive and a caddy
mikeypr15/09/2019 23:36

How fast is this to write to o USB3. I have a Kingston, reading I get …How fast is this to write to o USB3. I have a Kingston, reading I get over 115 but writing only about 15, its dire. Are there any USB drives with a decent write speed, comperable to USB3 SSDs? I keep throwing money away.ty

Kyouken16/09/2019 08:24

The only usb drive which is reasonably good is the San disk extreme pro. …The only usb drive which is reasonably good is the San disk extreme pro. But it still isn't SSD quick. If you really need it to be quick then get an m2 drive and a caddy


Thank you. I was under the impression that some were really fast. You live and learn. I’ll take a look down the M2 Avenue. Or just a plain old simple SSD in an enclosure.
What’s the point in this versus a normal san disk 32gb usb?
Muhammad_Patel16/09/2019 12:22

What’s the point in this versus a normal san disk 32gb usb?


If a phone that has a Micro USB input, you can connect the Micro USB end of this drive on to the phone.

The phone will read it as another drive (Android OS) and you can remove files, images, videos, etc etc from the phone and transfer to the drive.

Once you are done, you can then disconnect the USB drive from the phone and connect the USB end of the device to a computer and copy/paste the information you have from the device on to the computer if you wish.

If your phone does not have a micro USB I would advise you purchase a drive that has a USB C end instead.
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