Samsung BAR Plus 256GB USB 3.1 Flash Drive $53.30 Delivered @ Phonebot


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Cheapest 256gb Samsung USB flashdrives so far. All orders will be dispatched by midweek via regular auspost with signature on delivery. Due to auspost staff busy shopping at cartier these days delivery may take upto 15 days.

Up to 300MB/s read Speed
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USB 3.1 Flash Drive

Product Type: USB 3.1 Flash Drive
Family Line: BAR Plus
Application: PC, Notebook
Capacity: 256GB (1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes) * Actual usable capacity may be less (due to formatting, operating system, applications or otherwise)
Interface: USB 3.1 Gen 1 (backward compatible with USB 3.0/2.0)
Connector: Standard A

Speed: Up to 300MB/s read speed for USB 3.0, write speed is lower than read speed. *Actual speed may vary by host device and actual usage conditions.

Non-Operating Temperature: -10~70°C
Operating Temperature: 0~60°C
Magnetic: 15,000 G (Gauss)
X-ray: 80KV, 50uA, 4W, 500 sec Radiation time.
Water: 1m depth 3% NaCl salt water, 72hrs
Shock: Acceleration :1,500 g (gravity), Duration time : 0.5ms, Direction : x,y,z 3 times


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  • Good quality thumb drive but not sure if this is a good price for it.

  • A two second google search reveals other retailers have it cheeper.

  • I got a 64gb one of these, and whilst I love it, my experience has been max 60mbps transfer rates (i'm an EE and done IT stuff on the side so i'm no noob)
    Dunno why, but it's a hell of a lot better than a lot of other drives for stability cos the whole thing is a heatsink - I got this sandisk ultra fit 32gb and at the beginning it was aaamaaazing (super fast transfer rates) but now it gets saturated with heat and after maybe 10sec of max speed, it hits zero and then throttles going up and down as the temperature fluctuates. So i'm not sure if i just got a bad samsung one, but it's still hella good!

    • The fit's are great hey they need to make a USB c variant though! I haven't noticed throttling I have one as a test boot drive for mac. It seems fine enough. If you want more sustained speed just get a small capacity SAMSUNG T5 or T7

    • Well, could you be more specific on transfer rates? Were you serious it's 60mbps not 60mBps? Also, typically there can be huge difference between reading/writing speed. I have two 128GB version and the reading speed is okay(100+mBps), the writing speed is much worse. If I remembered correctly, writing speed dropped to below 30mBps even below 20mBps some times.

      For SanDisk, I never had a good impression so I'm not surprised to hear whatever comments.

      In general, despite the capacity is getting bigger and bigger, the quality of thumb drives are getting worse and worse. I had some USB 2.0 one which could deliver both r/w around 30mBps stably. I already have quite a few so called USB 3.0 ones can only be written to under 10mBps.

  • Can you make 50 bucks free delivered?

  • How long it takes to get it delivered in Sydney please?

  • auspost staff busy shopping at cartier

    +1 for this comment.

  • Free delivery, nice

  • Is this deal still available? It only shows $69 even after adding to the cart and viewing the cart.

  • Yo what gives? Price in cart shows $69?