Reviews and Problems with Silicon Power Marvel M60
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Great, Fast jump drive
Nolan Hannigan, Amazon
4 August 2014
Summary: Ordered this drive in June 2013 and have loved it since then. Blazing fast speeds (I can copy large files quickly and lots of small files quickly, sorry no actual numbers). I really enjoy this drive.
Summary: Haven't done any speed tests on it but its fast, -- very fast, and hasn't given me any issues. I use it to transfer files from my MAC laptop to my PC and also to play videos and music on my media setup. Works like a charm every time.
Summary: These flash drives were obviously designed for USB 3. Transfer speeds are exceptional. Benchmark tool actually showed better performance than the system's 7200rpm SATA 3 hard disk. It doesn't make sense to buy a huge flash drive if it takes hours and hours to move data to or from it.
Quite Fast USB 3.0 Flash Drive at a very good price
9 March 2014
Summary: The 64GB Silicon Power Marvel M60 provides great speed at a great price. It is a sturdy unit that I won't have to worry about keeping in my pocket with keys. The capless design is nice, and the USB connector locks in place securely when extended. Size wise, it's thin and an average length.
Summary: I had already bought one of these USB 3 devices and found it to be 'as advertized' : fast, reliable, sturdy. This made a friend of mine quite jealous so I bought another one as a Christams gift for her. If only there were a 128GB device ...
90MB/sec WRITE from Ramdisk, 215MB/sec READ to Macbook Air 2013 Gen3 SSD - OMFG
J. Ten, Amazon
27 November 2013
Summary: ATTO Disk Benchmark on 8192/256 setting, large file transfer: USB 3.0 Benchmark Result: Write @ 100,349 or 97.997 MB/sec Raad @ 116,976 or 114.224 MB/sec USB 3.0 real world copying: 84MB/sec to 85MB/sec sustained over a 4GB single video file copy from ESATA external harddrive.
Summary: Since installing and loading it 25 days ago, it has performed without any glitches. I use it as a Backup Drive. It is much faster than I am and noticeably faster that my previous 8 GB HP Flash Drive, which was loaded to capacity and probably very fragmented, which I assume slowed it a bit in saving...