Yes, it's the same :) Some people report slower speeds so I think that it depends on the batch?? I bought 2 in April and both give me the same speeds. Yes, they are the fastest that I own for sure. We'll see if they last long, I don't use them often to be honest.
Now £8.29 for me
That seems impressively fast
Now showing as £8:15 for me
Is it impossible to find a decent series of reviews of flashdrives? One where the reviewer actually tests them, rather than just quoting the Amazon specs? (The UserBenchmake site has sucha wide range of reported speeds as to be useless)
Did see these also in three packs. There is a lead time on them.
Even though it has an interface it was manufactured with it chooses not to be identified by its interface or expected function, but instead chooses to define itself in a way that feels right and not the old fashion accepted binary interfaces. My memory key is not USB A or B but rather USB they/them/other, this allows my memory key to create its own definition rather than being defined. Simples
I'm offended you said it and not they. They was never an SD Card. Now I live in fear of the grammar police :(
A non binary SD Card? How the heck does that work? :)
I can't help but notice a sarcastic/jovial undercurrent to the above comments. Please, it is no laughing matter - have u any idea how many portable memory storage devices take their own lives each year & just stop working because of such abuse? There are currently between 58-62 non-binary terms the devices can choose to be addressed as depending on how they feel when switched on - Science 101. It's 2021 & you ain't "Woke"? Shame on you. I suggest u Yahoo some knowledge. ✌🏽
i ordered another 3 at the grand price of £0 worth a punt if it works for anyone else
See if you can put a 2nd one through - if it shows £0.02 Promotion Applied, you had a £5 promo on your account from Amazon
it checks out as free for me, picture in previous comment
Went to buy as advised and the £4.98 was discounted at checkout. so the order is free. not sure if this is related to amazon prime but fingers crossed it comes. Have some extra heat and i reccomend you take the gamble people (y)
Every Kingston usb Ive had is a VERY slow writer. Not much better than a 2.0 solid enough and no failures though which Ive had with others including name makes but if you want writing speed, noooooo
Good for bootable recovery tools combined with a label maker (highfive)
Yes, I saw @Tacavas deal before, that's what I was referring to when I'd said it's been cheaper before, think it's still one of the cheaper ones of getting decent brand drives. Glad the write speed isn't too bad - I guess it's less important for smaller and cheaper disks.
Hmm. £7.50 or so last time posted. Decent and reasonable write speed for USB 2.0 (Certainly as fast as many USB 3's Ive bought)
LOL. I got a couple of 128GB drives a few weeks ago. All I've done so far is verify the capacity, but one is missing already.
Great and thanks for posting. Most useful for ISO etc where speed doesn't matter that much. Ordered and heat added.
Not the fastest, not the biggest but decent build quality (you get similar designs but these do seem to use better metal) and perfect for boot disks or moving music/videos around or lending to friends without getting annoyed when inevitably end up lost. Seem to work well for persistent OS installs too. Can’t fault at this price!
Bought some of these a few weeks back, always handy to have some cheap USB sticks
Any idea if this usb would be good for retroarch and series s? I'm hooked up with a regular 1TB HDD and my PS2 games over 4GB give both a heart attack :/
Did anyone get this USB to work, I can't work out what is wrong with both of mine, I presume they are both defective unless other people's are not working too?
Cache would mean it'd work well as a portable OS drive though? Something like Hirens/Gandalf (Or even the defunct Windows To Go). Does anyone know if you can flip the bit on this drive to emulate it as a full disk? Flip the Removable Bit - Lexar USB Format Tool | USB Apps (pendriveapps.com)
I have a flash drive similar to this from DM on AliExpress It's essentially an SSD rebuilt as a flash drive so expect very similar performance, the only issues it will have are no trim support and very very small cache. My drive does have the 10GB limit I mentioned above, but transferring anything smaller it's fine and retains it's speed well. The read speed is always about 400mb/s or more and the write hovers between 300mb/s to 400mb/s
those speeds must be under ideal lab conditions. Can anyone who has this provide real life screenshots. I have a feeling it wont be anything close to the advertised speed. I've used Transcend before and I was very disappointed with the speed, so now I'm cautious.