The Integral USB 3.0 Xcel - our superfast, premium USB Flash Drive. Minimise your waiting times with blistering data transfer speeds; read (up to 130MB/s*) and write (up to 80MB/s*) capabilities, which is faster than many current USB 3.0 drives.
1 x Integral Xcel High Speed USB 3.0 Flash Drive 64GB
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This is the second fastest in Integral's USB 3.0 product lineup (Titan -> Xcel -> Courier -> Neon). The products have very different speed specifications despite all being USB 3.0 - see the Integral website for their claimed speeds.
This is the worst quality flash drive that I've ever used. I put data on it several times and every time i viewed the data it either disappeared or was corrupt. Once the data was corrupt i couldn't delete it, meaning the free space was constantly diminishing. I returned the item back to amazon without any fuss at all, thank goodness amazon have a great returns policy.
Worked ok for seven days, then suddenly stopped working in the middle of writing one large file using Teracopy.
Subsequently reported 0 bytes capacity and would not reformat, even after reboots and uninstalls. Plugging into both USB2 and USB3 ports and trying other computers made no difference.
Plugging into a USB port caused Windows to make the "device attached" sound effect and it appeared in Device Manager with the correct name, but would not allow any operations. Also tried from the DOS command line.
I just hope my 32GB and 64GB devices bought at the same time last longer.
Great product for a good price. Product seems to be top quality and design is also quite nice. Package says write speed to be 80MB/s and read speed to be 180MB/s. I measured Write 65MB/s and read 185MB/s, of course these vary depending on file size, amount of files transferred, computer assembly and of course are you using USB 2.0 or USB 3.0. But altogether worth of money.
I've only been using it for a week so I don't know what life expectancy will be like. However initial feedback is that this usb drive is fast. Write speeds are typically around the 80 mb/s, drops down to 60 mb/s for smaller files. Read speeds are around the quoted 180 mb/s.