It says high speed, solar State performance, it says the actual physical size of the drive. For example, weve got the 256 gigabyte version Its USB 3.2 gen 1, which basically means its really fast USB, so that storage, it says its stable. It says no speed drops and it says 405 megabytes. A second on the read bear in mind on the website, says 411 on Amazon. It says 450. It doesnt mention anything about the right on the box, but from what I can see its around about 350, but were going to test that in a few minutes on the back of the box, its multilingual pretty hard to read. To be honest, quite small! Writing it. Just says: speed: five gigabits per second, it says the name is ufsd ideal for desktop laptop cell phone tablets, Etc. So Im guessing its going to be USB type c, can connection it. Doesnt actually mention on the box if its USB type c or USB type A inside the sleeve youve got the inner box and then youve got some foam in. There would have preferred to see cardboard packaging to be honest rather than the foam on the inside, protect the environment and everything youve got to use a manual which very little is in English. Youve got this little Loop here, which you can tie to the memory. Stick to then tied to something else. If you wish to or keep it on your wrist or, however, youre going to do it and then youve got the memory stick itself, which is actually quite heavy.

Okay, so lets have a look at the actual memory. Stick or flash drive or dongle or whatever you want to call it. So you can see its got ridged out design here, youve got the lid which again this is all metallic and because its metallic, its quite heavy youve, got a little hole here, which you can put that looping in or you could attach to your key Rings, which Is pretty good because I do like to attach memory sticks to keyrings, and then this model at least has a USB type c connection on the end. Looking on the website, they do have USB type c and USB type, A options, but on the packaging there is no information about it being USBC USB a or any other type of USB option on there. Apart from on the model number, there is a little C in it, which is really small on the back and theres a little bit deceiving, because if you look at the ufsd logo there, I know this is sort of a universal logo. It does show a USB type, a connection on the end, but otherwise is pretty straightforward. To be honest, its got so its clear. The only branding on there is on this side, which you can just about make out there. But, as I said, it is quite heavy for a memory stick so down to testing. First of all, heat wise, obviously, memory sticks can produce a bit of heat, especially ones.

What get really fast now this one, because its all metal design, because of the ridge design on it, it is actually able to dissipate a lot of the heat. Dont. Get me wrong. It did get up to 52 degrees Centigrade, but I have seen drives get a lot hotter than that, and that was when we did a 100 gigabyte data transfer onto it. So bear in mind under General, use it isnt going to get that hot, but saying that its still acceptable to be able to pick up the memory. Stick at that temperature without affecting you in any way now down to testing. We did test him with three different programs. Most common programs, people tend to use for testing is usually ATO and critical. Crystal disk Mark, in which weve used both with ATO its saying the maximum read speed, is around about 388 gigabytes per second and the write speed of around about 335, which is a little bit below what theyre quoting, but, to be honest, ATO does sort of underread. So Id always take the average between all of the tests. We do now Crystal disk mob got a 406 megabytes where on the box it says 405, so that is pretty much on the nose. So exactly what it says. Also, the write, speed 353 megabytes is again roughly what they quoted on the website: 350 sub according to Crystal dismark and thats, probably how they tested it as this, its going at the speeds at what theyre, quoting now under real life situations, is never the same as Running tests like these, so we use another one called H2 test W.

What this does is actually writes a set amount of data onto the memory stick just like if you were copying data on there. What weve done is a test of copying 100 gigabytes worth of data, so thats hell of a lot. Okay, these are the the results. Now writing so real time. Performance youve got 213 megabytes per second took about just under eight minutes to copy 100 gigabytes. Dont. Get me wrong that is slower than what they quote, but this is generally normal when youre transferring data, we actually found that, when youre transferring up to about five gigabytes of data, it was actually writing about 300 when it got to about 10. It dropped down to about 250 megabytes per second and then above 10. It slowly dropped and it got to about roughly about 20 Gigabytes in to around about that 210 megabytes per second, but dont get me wrong. Thats still fast on the read speed thats the verifying bit you can see on the right and then 313 megabytes uh pick and so again took five minutes 19 seconds to do that. So if you were copying, 100 gigabytes bear in mind, thats a hell of a large size offer a memory stick or this memory stick. It only took just over five minutes to do and to copy 500 gigabytes onto the stick due took under 8 minutes, which in reality is extremely fast. To be honest, with you thats uh sort of speed, you would get from a traditional internal, solid state drive inside your machine if you were doing constant tests of transfer and data of that size.

So I cant really complain here. So, yes, it is a little warm but again its a lot cooler than most and for transferring that amount of data on such a small device its more than acceptable. So I cant do anything but highly praise this and highly recommend this product. I hope you enjoyed this video and know. I did why not check out one of our other videos by clicking this box up here or this one just down here. Otherwise, you can give us a thumbs up like subscribe comment below.