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Patriot 32GB Supersonic Rage Series USB 3.0 Flash Drive With Up To 180MB/sec
Patriot 32GB Supersonic Rage Series USB 3.0 Flash Drive With Up To 180MB/sec
Offered by GadgetLifestyle
Price: £13.99

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not that good, 26 July 2013
What's good about this pen drive:
* The physical size and the fact that it is capless
* The amount of memory

What's bad about it:
* Re-enumerated (like it was physically removed and re-inserted) on a Dell 6430 USB 3.0 port during multiple files transfer.
* Slow, quite slow on multiple small sized files ( < 50MB). When operating on HS (USB 2.0 port) I got 1.3GB/5mn of transferred data; on SS (USB 3.0 port) I got 1.9GB/5mn. So, SS operation with small sized files is just %46 faster than HS - yeah, it's almost twice as much, but being 2x taller than a midget doesn't make you a giant, now does it? ;)

I own one of this:

Kingston Technology 64GB Flash Drive

The price is a steal, although it is kind of bulky! Performance wise I measured 9GB/5mn, which means that it is ~370% faster than the Patriot XT Rage!

You might also consider this one:

SanDisk SDCZ80 032G X46 Extreme Flash Drive

It is capless, it has 32GB of memory and it's performance is almost on par with Kingston HyperX's - and not as bulky! And it is slightly cheaper than the Rage...


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