Reviews and Problems with Silicon Power Marvel M60
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This is going to sound like a stretch but I bought this thumb drive about ...
Ryan P. Reardon, Amazon
16 December 2014
Summary: This is going to sound like a stretch but I bought this thumb drive about a year ago for a gift but ended up keeping it for myself. I think I plugged it in once and then again today and just noticed it is 32GB and not the 64GB that it says on its plastic housing?
Summary: This flash drive was nothing like what I expected it to be. To start off, it is very wide. If you have two adjacent USB ports like I do, you will only be able to use one of them while the flash drive is plugged in.
Summary: I am not really sure what the problem is or was with this item but I did have to return it. I needed to reformat it to NTFS to have it work with my back up. No way. After the fact I have found on google that many people have had the same problem with this item.
Summary: The write/read speeds advertised are far from actual. The flash drive behaved like a USB 2.0 and since I needed speed, sent the junk back. Bought the Sandisk extreme instead. Don't waste your money here.
Failed after 5 months, shows up write protected, lost all data.
Jonathan G., Newegg
13 December 2013
Pros: fast, large capacity, good price
Cons: failed after 5 months! Lost all of the data stored on the card, shows up as write protected in 5 different machines and three different OS on 5 different machines (Vista, win7, win8) I can't even format it because it throws errors saying that the device is write protected. What gives!?
Excerpt: Брал флэху для телека самс. как память для записи программ. Телек её форматирует под свой формат и дальше использует для записи\просмотра. При первом форматировании выдал, что данный девайс не пригоден для данного телека из-за маленькой скорости чтения\записи.