Summary: I wish the connection from the stick to the USB interface was more solid. I am always afraid it will bend when I plug it in. That is how I broke my last one with a silicone case. Overall I really like it, but wish we could give 1/2 eggs as it would be a 4.5. But I didn't feel I should penalize the product for it. You will be happy with the purchase.
Pros: This is a great little USB stick. It definitely writes faster than advertised. On avg I would say it is 50 MB/s but I have definitely seen sustained 60-75MB/s depending on the various files. The warranty is a big plus and a large part of why I bought this one over the competition. The others only had a 1 yr.
Cons: I wish it was more protected with a silicone case. I have never owned a "slide-out" USB stick but it is okay.
Summary: This is one of the best USB 3.0 devices I have used. It is nice and slim, it has an activity light and it is very fast. The included lanyard will hopefully prevent me from leaving it in someone else's computer which I am prone to do!
Summary: It is not aluminum or some other hard stiff, tough as a tank, material so it requires a reasonable but minimum amount of care.
Pros: USB drive is valuable to me. This is my first 3.0 USB device and I am very pleased with the file transfer rate. The slim thin profile of this device is a pleasing fit in my shirt or pants pockets. The slide extender works fine and compatibility with older 2.0 ports is excellent. No problems just a perfect upgrade.
Cons: 3.0 USB are a little pricey but they are faster so no big deal there. However I got this on sale at a really good price with that factored in it is an exceptional value for me.
Summary: Although it's advertised as 200 MB/s read and 100 MB/s write, the actual speeds are as follows (according to CrystalDiskMark x64): 215.9 MB/s read and 97.87 MB/s write. That's very good. It's faster than 99% of the USB 3.0 flash drives out there and it's affordable. 64GB is more than enough to backup your HD media. It's a huge upgrade over my old flash drive with 4 MB/s write speeds. I'm very happy with it!
Pros: Very fast, Great build quality, Comes with strap
Pros: No, I do not work for Adata, and no I do not get any comensation from sending them business. That said, this drive is FAST!!! and spacious. I purchased this drive and a Mushkin Ventura Ultra 60 (claimed to be 455MB/s) This drive blows the Mushkin out of the water. When Adata says it is 220MB/s they are not lying, the speed they post it at is realtime, realworld speed, not some synthetic benchmark or test. I have purchased many Adata products over the years and all hav...
Cons: I did not buy 2 instead of the Mushkin Ventura Ultra 60
Summary: ATTO tests and transfer of large (1 to 2 GB each) video files confirms write and read speeds supplied by Adata (135MB/220MB/sec). I tested the drive in my Dell Inspiron 17R SE which has 4 USB3.0 ports. Atto shows 120MB and 220MB read and write at 64kB and larger files. At 4kB it's already pretty quick at 30MB for both. Transferring about 20 GB of video files resulted in 133MB/sec and moving them back to another SSD gave speeds of 215MB/sec.
Pros: Actually meets specs (just about!!), Attractive aluminum case with retractable USB3.0 tip so nothing to lose., Competitive price for this speed and capacity.
Product Quality, design and Price = Extremely happy
Fernando Zepeda, Amazon
27 January 2014
Summary: I purchased this item to connect to my car stereo (JVC 71-WBT). I already own Memorex with 4 GB. Yet I needed one with more GB due to downloading a few audiobooks. I payed $10 for my 4 GB flash drive and was happy. Yet, compared to the ADATA model, I got ripped off. This model is just a few $ more (really just a few), but 4 times the GB, and it's USB 3. Trust me...You will not get a better flash drive for this price!
Pros: This thing is fast with write speeds of up to 145 MB/s for large files! Yes that right, 145 MB/s! I transfer a lot of big video files, each weighing at-least 4GB. With other flash drives like a corsair voyager GT 32 GB, I only got about 40 MB/s write speeds over USB 3.0. With a sister drive of this particular drive, a 32 GB ADATA UE700, I got about 80 MB/s. But this drive is by far the fastest I have ever used. Now lets hope it lasts a while...