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Pros: My last speed was from a CD to the Transcend on a 3.0 port. My last speed check was from an HP Media Drive on a split 3.0 port to the Transcend card reader at 3.0 port. The speed was a steady 36.6 mega bytes per second!! If it was pure 3.0 to 3.0 the speed would have been 64 mbs. Makes file transfers a snap and made we want to buy another instantly. The new model is also recognized by Win7 as "Transcend" as opposed to a generic media device.
Cons: It's performance will INSTANTLY make you regret not buying another one.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fastest transfer speed from USB 2.0 model was 5.3 mbs, fastest transfer from this USB 3.0 model was 16.6! It is THREE TIMES AS FAST AS THE LAST MODEL!
Cons: Anxiety about how long this one will be the best.
Other Thoughts: This gadget has kicked Transcend to the next level. Their 2.0 was amazing, this one is beyond belief and it's only a buck or two more. Buy SEVERAL, they are priceless!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I used to only trust Kingston but Wintec is rock solid and a little faster and cheaper. Having 64 Gigs on a little chip is pretty amazing and like having a small SSD without all the hassle of internal installation. It's intended for demanding HD camera performance and it EXCELS in PC performance as well.
Cons: It's the future NOW but I still want MORE and FASTER from tomorrow.
Other Thoughts: Buy it and you've basically got an external hard drive.READ FULL REVIEW