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  • Rs. 379 - January 15, 2018
  • Rs. 429 - October 7, 2017
Since: October 7, 2017
  • Highest Price: Rs. 429 - October 7, 2017
  • Lowest Price: Rs. 379 - January 15, 2018
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Product Description Enjoy faster data backup or transfer capability with the high speed USB v2.0 capability of the Sony USM16GR/BC 16 GB Micro Vault Classic USB flash drive. This black simple and stylish pen drive also looks elegant. It features an extra large straphole that allows for easy attachment. This Sony USB flash drive has a plug’n play capability that makes it easy to use. Compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP3 or later), Mac OS X 10.1 – 10.7, it’s extremely versatile. USB Flash Drive 16 GB Storage Capacity Supports Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP3 or later), Mac OS X 10.1 – 10.7

Sales Package Pendrive, Operating Instructions
Model Name USM16GR/W2
Opening Mechanism Retractable
Supported OS Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP3 or later), Mac OS X 10.1 - 10.7
Part Number USM16GR
Weight 9 g
Warranty Summary 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Domestic Warranty 1 Year
For the others suggesting this is not USB 3.0 they are incorrect the port is USB 3.0 and the drive is recognized as a USB 3.0 device. However, even though a drive is USB 3.0 capable does not mean it will be fast enough to see USB 3.0 speeds. This device has miserably slow writes. Using Crystal disk mark sequential writes at 100MB are around 20 MB/s, many USB 2.0 drives are faster than this. I needed a device that can write at least 40MB/s consistently, and this does not perform well enough.The device is made entirely out of plastic, and does not have an indicator light.I would suggest getting ADATA UV128 which performs way better and at the same or lower price.
ByVolcanite - November 18, 2014
The claim of being 4x fast than usb 2.0 is somewhat true. What people didn't realize is that when you first get the drive, right out of the box the drive is formatted to FAT32. When I used the drive right out of the box when formatted to FAT32 the write speeds were really slow at 4mbps. I then tried to move a large video file that was 10gb large and found out that you can not move a file that is 10gb large into a FAT32 drive. I found out that I had to format the drive to NTFS to move files over that were 10GB large. When formatting to NTFS I found out that my write speeds jumped to 12mbps.Conclusion:Format the drive to NTFS right when you get the drive to get faster read and write speeds. You get what you pay for. Although you don't get that great of speed, it makes up for performance with the price. If you want a faster drive then you'll have to spend more money.Pros:It was on sale at 18 dollars which is pretty cheap for a 64GB thumb drive.Cons:Not as fast as other USB 3.0 drives out there rated at 40mbps write speeds.
Volcanite - February 16, 2015
After seeing sub-MB write speeds to this drive, I decided to benchmark it. Around 120MB/s read speed and 40MB/s write speed... with large files. With small files (usually what you are working with) it drops down to around 5MB/s read and 2MB/s write.So be warned, this drive is for transferring large files, like pictures or movies. Definitely skip if you want to use this for anything else.
ByZeke - November 18, 2014

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