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This review is from: SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Ultra Fit USB 3.0 130MB/s Nano Flash Pen Thumb Drive CZ43
Pros: Very fast in Crystal Disk Mark 4.0.3 64 bit: tested on my MSI motherboard:
Sequential R/W: 42.0 / 28.6 MB/s
Sequential R/W: 131.2 / 45.4 MB/s
Small size is great for semi-permanent install on my notebook or Chromebook. Cheap for the size and speed.at this price level.
Cons: Small size, I'm going to lose it someday. Bought from another vendor.
Other Thoughts: I'm going to use this for Linux OS drive running on an old X200s Thinkpad. Not sure if it has wear leveling, but hopefully it will last me a year. Sandisks have great reputations in Rasberry Pi machines as the OS media.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Currently used as a boot/system drive for a laptop. I've install multiple OS's on this baby already and have experienced no unusual problems yet.
Cons: Maybe not so quick as newer drives, but the laptop I have is pretty old anyway.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston 8GB Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Flash Card Model SD10V/8GB
Pros: Very good performance.
On Windows 7 desktop machine, attached to a USB 2.0 flash memory adapter:
Crystal Disk Mark reports 21.8 read / 11.7 mb/sec Write.
On Linux on old laptop, using hdparm -Tt /dev/sda1
reports 16.1 mb/sec read speed.
Cons: Only 8Gb
Other Thoughts: I bought this a long time ago when 8 Gb was like $15....READ FULL REVIEW
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