Store your data quickly, easily, and securely with the 256GB Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Type-A Flash Drive from SanDisk. This compact and portable flash drive has 256GB of storage space and supports USB 3.1 Gen 1 speeds. Included with this drive is SanDisk's SecureAccess 128-bit AES encryption software and RescuePRO data recovery software.
- 256GB Storage Capacity
- USB Type-A Interface
- Max Read Speed: 130 MB/s
- Compact Design
SanDisk Fit Overview
SanDisk Fit Specs
|Host Connection||USB-A 3.0 / 3.1/3.2 Gen 1|
|Storage Capacity||256 GB Flash-Based|
|Read Speed||Maximum: 130 MB/s|
|Encryption||128-Bit AES (Software-Based)|
|Package Weight||0.035 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6 x 3.95 x 0.3"|
SanDisk Fit Reviews
A Decent Option At This Price
Thin plastic shell, and it heats up in some situations, but overall it works well. The slight curve on the handle makes it easy to remove, unlike a different model I tried previously. My personal choice for this type of flash drive is the Samsung Fit Plus, but at five bucks less for the same amount of storage, this is a perfectly adequate USB drive.
Unlike my other Sandisk drives this is not metal, it's a very flimsy and fragile looking plastic. My 64GB metal overheats like crazy in the car so curious how this will work. Would not have bought it if I knew. Will not buy this series again.
I've always had good luck with Sandisk memory
What can you say about a flash drive? You plug it in and it works. No issues to report. Price seemed great.
Concern about longevity
Feels like plastic rather than metal. Not certain of longevity. Did serve my purpose.
Very small - love it
Small dimensions and does not stick out
review of 64 Gb ultra fit Sandisk
I am not an IT expert who can give data of read/write speeds but from a lay person's view...am very happy with my purchase, even more so having caught it on sale at B & H. Now, this is a asset in a way but also , because of its very small size, keep it in a small plastic baggie for fear of it being lost. Thus it is not bit, takes up very little space & has worked out well for me at this point in time.
Nicely done, except for...
I've gotten this style of drive in the past. I like it, because of its compact size. I used this one to watch video files on my Blu-Ray player, and don't have to worry about bumping into the drive. I had to reformat it, due the file limitations of FAT32. That was no problem, and it works fine. My only complaint, gripe if you will, is that it is lacking the cover for the drive, that previous versions included. I know it's a small piece that could easily be lost. But, I like the idea of having the exposed portion of the drive protected, when I'm not using it. If that's not a concern, then you should purchase and enjoy using this drive.
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