Secure important data in a sleek case with this Samsung BAR Plus flash drive. It has an innovative, water-resistant design that keeps internal parts safe from spills, and the USB 3.1 interface supports transfer speeds of up to 300MB/sec. so you can save files quickly. The 128GB capacity of this Samsung BAR Plus flash drive offers massive storage space.
128GB storage capacity
Offers ample space for photos, videos and more.
USB 3.1 interface
For a fast connection. Backward compatible with USB 2.0.
Fast read speed
Read speed up to 300MB/sec. for fast data transfer.
User friendy, ease of use, reasonable price, Love it!
Ease of Use
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I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Absolutely Great Flash Drive
I really like the build of this flash drive compared to anything with plastic on them. I tend to use flash drives often with a laptop and have experienced breaking one or two plastic flash drive in the past. Of course, that was my fault but at least this one will not have that problem. Transfer speeds are fast assuming you have a USB 3.1 port on your device. Just wish they would have included a simple dust cap to prevent debris from making its way into the connectors. I plan on buying a couple more in the future.
Great price for a flash drive that has lots of storage. I was looking for one that would allow me to consolidate the 3 flash drives I'm currently using. This one did the trick. I bought two of them so one is for everyday use and the other is for backing up my files in case something happens to the first one. I love it.
A:AnswerYes. It is completely reverse compatible with 2.0 and 3.0 ports on your computer. However, you cannot achieve the highest read/write speeds as advertised. If you have large files like movies (1 GB and larger) you will be noticeably slower on a 2.0 port. Look for the "SS USB" port if available.
A:AnswerI don't know if it has a large enough capacity to hold all your photos and videos, so make sure you check that out.
To answer your question, yes, you can use it as is. But unless you need to use it on both Mac and Windows, I would format it as Mac OS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility. Very simple. Just plug in the flash drive, open Disk Utility, select the flash drive's name on the left, click on Erase and choose GUID for the scheme and Mac OS Extended (journaled) for the format. Then click on Done when it's finished and that button appears. Then use the drive as usual.