Transfer media between multiple devices with this SanDisk Ultra Fit flash drive. Its 64GB capacity provides room for storing music or photos, and it offers read speeds up to 130MB/sec. thanks to high-performance USB 3.1 technology. This SanDisk Ultra Fit flash drive is compact and lightweight, so you can take it with you anywhere.
64GB storage capacity
Offers ample space for photos, videos and more.
USB 3.1 interface
For a fast connection. Backward compatible with USB 2.0.
High performance and fast sustained data transfer rates
Up to 10 Gbps (using USB 3.1) for quick and efficient file backup.
Measures just 1.2" long and is less than half the width of a business card for taking with you on the go.
Access your USB drive content online with Flashback™ (1-year free trial included)
Flashback automatically creates a copy of the files on your USB drive online so you can access them even if your drive is lost or left behind.
SanDisk SecureAccess software
Helps keep your files protected.
Allows easy connection without having to reboot.
Flashback™ automatic cloud backup service (1-year free trial)
A:AnswerYour computer manual should tell you which ports are which speed - 2.0, 3.0 or 3.1. Mine on my motherboard are red for the 3.1 speed - black is for the older 2.0 version; blue are for 3.0 and some blue, I think, support 3.1 speed, but again check your computer manual. Very few laptops support 3.1 yet - only the newer most expensive ones .
A:AnswerWith the 64gb, there is 57.2gb available for the user. At least thats what was available on mine when I initially inserted mine. It comes "pre-loaded" with a small .exe file for data encryption. I got this on sale for $11 and I wish I had purchased the 128gb instead. I keep mine in almost constantly and don't have to worry about snagging the drive on something. Its extremely sturdy and fits very snug. Its a very good product.
A:AnswerPlease be informed that the SanDisk® Ultra Fit USB 3.1 64GB Flash Drive do not comes with published write speed. However, this USB Drive comes with published sequential read speed of upto 130MB/s.
A:AnswerTo be on the safe side, say 1.5 gig per hour. So multiply storage space by 0.67 to get your hours.
Devices tend to have less space due to "Gigs" not actually being 1 billion. Drop the multiplier to 0.6 .. should be pretty accurate