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[Prime] SanDisk 256GB Extreme Pro Solid State USB 3.1 Flash Drive $105.15 Delivered @ Amazon US via AU

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  • +7 votes

    perhaps it'll be better (faster speed) and cheaper to create your own NVMe stick

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    I don't recommend this. I have the 128GB one that I bought a couple of years ago and the latch mechanism is loose / broken so that you can't push the USB connector into a USB port without it flicking back in (I have only used it a couple of dozen times and kept it well). Really disappointed with this design.

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    After going NVMe, nothing else can satisfy the urge for speed.

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    I think you NVME fanboys are forgetting the fact that this is a very portable and fast drive.

    Sure an NVME drive is faster but it's also bigger and definitely not something you could carry around in your pocket.

    It would take just under 12 mins to fill this Sandisk flash drive and if you need something faster than that, then maybe portability is not on your priority list which is fair enough.

    cheers for listening to my rant

    • +1 vote

      If no need for NVME, m.2 NGFF 2230/2242 enclosure is quite compact.

      I'm using a MINIX NEO Storage M.2 SSD 240GB, which is a USB-C dock with a m.2 SSD inside. I could use it with my Samsung Note 9 to run as Samsung DEX, and also works well with my Microsoft Surface Book 2. I even opened it to upgraded the SSD to 1TB. It runs well with laptop, but Samsung Note 9 can't power it up without connecting the external power supply.