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Patriot Memory Xporter Xpress 64 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive (PSF64GXPXUSB)

by Patriot

Price: $38.98 & FREE Shipping. Details
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64 GB
  • Hi Speed USB 2. Compatible
  • Easy plug and play functionality
  • Compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Linux 2.4 and later, Mac OS9, X and later
  • Portable and light weight
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Technical Details

Capacity: 64 GB

Product Details

Capacity: 64 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 0.7 x 0.3 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00834SJKS
  • Item model number: PSF64GXPXUSB
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 1, 2012

Product Description

Capacity: 64 GB

Built with an ultra-durable all aluminum housing, the Patriot Memory Xporter Xpress is the best worry free solution for busy professionals, digital hobbyists, or students who are looking to have their data with them at all times. Providing fast read and write speeds in an extremely portable form factor, the Patriot Memory Xporter Xpress will not sacrifice performance for extreme portability. Compatible with all the major platforms, the Patriot Memory Xporter Xpress offers plug and play functionality with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Linux 2.4 and later, Mac OS9, X and later. Back by Patriot Memory's award winning customer service, the Xporter Xpress comes with a 1 year warranty and is available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB densities.

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Customer Reviews

Forget USB 2.0 vs USB 3.0.
Boycemix
Recommend MiniTool Partition Wizard if you need to format the full amount as true FAT32; Windows 7 wants to make large USB drives xFAT (blech).
mose
Pulled the drive out of the port and plugged it back in, and it doesn't recognize the drive until re-format again.
Linh Duy Nguyen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Music Fan Jeff on September 18, 2012
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
I bought this to use with a tablet computer that has a USB port but will only accept USB drives formatted in FAT or FAT32. This drive comes formatted in xFAT. My tablet recognized that this drive was plugged into the port, but it couldn't access the data on it.

After learning that all versions of Windows after Windows 98 will not permit formatting devices larger than 32GB as FAT or FAT32, I spent a considerable amount of time on line trying to figure out how to work around this limitation. I did find a formatting tool made my HP that allowed me to format this as FAT32, but my tablet still wouldn't recognize it. I was finally able to format it on a machine running the Ubuntu OS, and my tablet finally fully recognized the drive.

I provide the forgoing information in case someone is contemplating buying this drive to work with a device that needs FAT or FAT32 yet only has access to a Windows pc. Note, however, that if you're at all computer literate you can simply download and install Ubuntu online for free, creating a dual boot machine while keeping your Windows installation intact.

As to other aspects of the drive -- how much can you say about a thumb drive? I like that this has a cap instead of being retractable since I've had issues with some retractable ones not inserting well. As to the write speed of this device, I found I was able to get a rate around 7-8 MB/second during my limited testing.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Linh Duy Nguyen on May 10, 2013
Size Name: 32 GB
Tried to transfer 28gb, and it transfers only halfway until it asks to re-format the drive. Pulled the drive out of the port and plugged it back in, and it doesn't recognize the drive until re-format again. Did this 3 times, then I gave up.

Tried another brand drive of the same 32gb and USB2.0, and the others brands had no issue.

If you have already bought this drive, try to fill up the drive, it will crash at the midway point.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brian Drysdale on October 14, 2012
Size Name: 128 GB Verified Purchase
Price on Amazon: fantastic. Can't wait to see what prices do in the next five years or so.
>>> For a 128GB drive the package was considerably smaller and lighter than I'd expected. Less than 1/4-inch thick and a hair more than a half-inch wide. Almost two inches long.
>>> I've had this drive for about month now, and use it daily. I did some rigorous testing of the memory over a period of a week to try to detect any faults or defects. At one point I wrote 32MB text files full of zeros to the entire 128GB, and performed chkdsk several times. I could've done more thorough testing, but didn't feel it was necessary (I never detected a bad sector with chkdsk). After I determined that all the bits were (most likely) good, I formatted it with NTFS.
>>> I like the aluminum case. That provides an extra measure of durability for road warriors.
>>> My instance came with a cap that does not fit tight enough and can easily come off when rubbed the wrong way. When the cap is removed from the business end, it can be stored on the butt end. But, stored in either location it could easily be lost by unintended mechanical action while traveling or just moving about. That sucks: I need it to keep the business end clean and dry when not in use. If I'm doing a lot of moving about while it's plugged in, I'll just safely store the cap in my Levi's coin pocket. I hope that this anecdote isn't a problem with all of the drives from a huge production run. Such a stupid design error!
>>> I knock off 1/2 star for the goofy loose cap problem. Otherwise, it has totally lived up to spec and, hey, ... you can't beat that Amazon price!!!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Morpheus on October 20, 2012
Size Name: 128 GB Verified Purchase
No complaints here! Acceptable speed for USB 2.0 and a nice slim sturdy brushed aluminum design. Shorter and slimmer than it looks in the photos. A big plus is it will not get in the way of the ports next to it, like most other huge, fat designs out there. I like the way it flashes blue (bright but not too bright) on the back clear end when its doing its thing. The cap is clear on the end so when snugged on the back of the stick the blue flashes right through the cap. Nice! The cap fits snug on both ends. Slightly squeeze the aluminum cap and its real snug on the back end. Nice!

Now for the important info, how fast or slow is it? Remember, this is a USB 2.0 stick on a Netbook with USB 2.0 ports:

Crystal Disk Mark benchmark test -
Seq--Read-Write:
1000MB 21.06 / 8.081
512K: 21.09 / 0.684
4K: 3.526 / 0.010

Real World Write in Minutes:Seconds -
800MB AVI Video file: 1:43 = 7.76 MB/S
85MB Large jpg files :20 = 4.25 MB/S
225MB Small jpg files :58 = 3.88 MB/S

IMHO, while no speed demon, a GB transfer in about 2 minutes 'aint bad for 75 bones and 128GB stick! Figure a DVD sized movie in less than 10 minutes. For the price and space I'm totally satisfied with that! Sure, I could lay out 160-220 bones and get a USB 3.0 "fat boy" and get 50-100% more write speed on my USB 2.0 port while blocking the 2 ports next to it. But then, in the real world, just how much file transferring do you really do every day anyway? Now, if you're always transferring GB's and GB's of files all the time, then you need USB 3.0 ports and sticks! Anyways, the blokes at PATRIOT are all gentlemen and scholars!

UPDATE Oct 28,2012:
I just transferred a 2.7GB ISO file of Windows 8 to the stick.
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