Tiny Flash Drive Miracle

1 Comment9 August 2019  |  Admin

SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive

I bought one of these to replace the older USB 3.0 version which got dangerously hot and even burnt my hand. Ok these do get hot but its basically a circuit board in a case that operates at very fast speeds so is it any wonder. I use a 128GB in my car stereo. I am a DJ and only listen to my own mixes. Recently the drive was totally full with some 300+ mixes and enough to keep you dancing for 6 weeks...yes 6 WEEKS.

If you have ever wondered what the fuss is about then buy one or more and see. They are discreet and do not ever get in the way so unless a complete disaster happened you will never snap this off in your USB slot as I did once with another flash drive years ago. Why would you want a drive that sticks out 2 inches? Apart from anything it's ugly. I actually have 5 of these now and have never had any issues with them. USB Flash memory is really coming down in price now and this is an amazing price plus you get a 5 year warranty on them AND encryption software...so what's not to like...BUY...BUY...BUY.

Reviewer: Cliff Jordan



Philip Moran
24 January 2020  |  15:26

Some drives don't get hot. The SandisK Ultra Fit gets way too hot. It could be because its entirely made of plastic.

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