SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive USB Type C Flash Drive 128GB - £16.29 delivered @ PicStop
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SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive USB Type C Flash Drive 128GB - £16.29 delivered @ PicStop

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Posted 30th Jun
decent price. lowest i found for this size and quality...

  • The flash drive for USB Type-C™ devices
  • Easy transfer between smartphones, tablets1, PCs and Mac computers
  • Free up space on your Android™ phone
  • USB-C and regular USB connectors
  • High-speed USB 3.1 performance of up to 150MB/s** (32GB-256GB*)
  • High-speed USB 3.1 performance of up to 130MB/s** (16GB*)
  • Comes with SanDisk® Memory Zone app for easy transfer and backup2
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Had a couple of these in 128 and 256 sizes, neither lasted more than a couple of months so I'd caution against leaving data on them you don't want to lose.
Cheers boss bough it
got this quite a while ago... it's nice, but it gets really hot when connected (anyone know if that's normal for them?). It gets so hot that it's uncomfortable to hold in hand, but it works😁
Just bought 2 of them
Very well spotted
Edited by: "Mrsweet" 30th Jun
Sandisk Ultra - if size and read speed is important, COOL feel free.

If write speed is important RUN TO THE HILLS.

It's pretty much the only thing I reply to posts about nowadays, as their advertising practices are so openly deceptive about write speed and will cost people money finding out, which (I thought) is the opposite of what this site is for. And yet people keep posting them. All. The. Time.

If the latest Audi A3 was on a deal here but a design flaw meant it couldn't crack 60 mph, or fourth gear didn't work, wouldn't you want the posters to mention it?
drachers01/07/2020 08:44

Sandisk Ultra - if size and read speed is important, COOL feel free.If …Sandisk Ultra - if size and read speed is important, COOL feel free.If write speed is important RUN TO THE HILLS.It's pretty much the only thing I reply to posts about nowadays, as their advertising practices are so openly deceptive about write speed and will cost people money finding out, which (I thought) is the opposite of what this site is for. And yet people keep posting them. All. The. Time.If the latest Audi A3 was on a deal here but a design flaw meant it couldn't crack 60 mph, or fourth gear didn't work, wouldn't you want the posters to mention it?


Well, the comparison with the automotive industry is quite appropriate in fact. What is the official advertised fuel consumption of that Audi A3? What is the actual mpg that owners are experiencing?

Yup storage manufacturer will advertise the best write speed possible in sequential writing on a new empty unit which is completely different from random write performance. Not sure if Sandisk are worst that the rest 'though. They're all at it. Cue the sd "rating" standard classX/u1/u3/etc is designed to hide random access performance and focus on sequential read speed.
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