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Winten 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (up to 120MB/s), with rotating stainless shell design

by Winten
3.5 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

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  • * Save and transfer quicker with the USB 3.0 interface. Read 120MB /s(max), Write 50MB/s(max).
  • * Design with rotating stainless steel shell, 0.6 cm thickness
  • * Reliably stores files, photos, videos and more
  • * Compatible with PC and Mac systems
  • * Compatible with USB 2.0
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Product Description

Winten 128GB USB3.0 Flash Drive with a read and write transfer rate of up to 120 MB/s and 50MB/s respectively.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 0.9 x 0.2 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 ounces
  • ASIN: B00AYYBPNS
  • Item model number: WT-UPX-128GB
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews
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I ordered this at Amazon, it was in my hands within three days. Very fast delivery.
The product was packaged very well and was easy enough to remove.
I plugged it in and it was recognized on my Alienware Mx 14 R2, and on my Linux distro I use on this laptop.
So no problems with Windows 7 Home Premium or Linux (ubuntu, Voyager, Elementary, Mageia,) all of these distros recognized it. However....
Yes for Linux people you need to install a way to see the exfat partitions, since that is what this uses. That took maybe a minute to do and once it was done, I could access it.
I ran a benchmark using Linux and also transferred several large files over 7 gb to it.
Average speed to transfer (write) was around 60 mb/s. My Alienware should have USB 3.0 in it, not sure if it does or not. I had speeds of up to 80 mb/s when I was moving smaller files around 20 mb or maybe a little larger.
Read speed, fast around 60 mb/s.
So performance wise it is or appears to be a very fast USB 3.0 flash drive.
Now the reason why I did not give it 5 stars.
Form and Function:
Function comes first then the form.
On this, the only bad part of this is how the USB key opens up. You slide the key back then it flips 180 degrees.
Now the problem is there is nothing there to hold the frame when it is plugged into your computer so the frame drops down.
This is going to cause problems. My solution is to grab a small rubber band and when I go to plug the key in, I roll the rubber band down the frame
locking the body into the frame. I have pictures and will post them, once I figure out how to do that here.
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I was trying to copy 1,300 files (40 GB) to the device, and after around 400 files, I got the error message "an unexpected error is keeping you from copying the file...error 0x80070570". I was able to repeat the problem 3 times on 3 different computers, reformatting the drive each time. I will return the item.
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I use the drive in my car as a source for audio files.

I only have USB 2.0 connections on my home computer so I can not attest to the USB 3.0 performance. However, copying music files to the drive over the USB 2.0 connection maxed-out at peak USB 2.0 speed.

Like another reviewer's drive, the protective cap on my drive does not stay horizontal when in the non-protective position. For my application, I did not need the protective cap, with the drive hidden away in my car's center console storage area. With slight outward pressure on the cap near the hinge I was able to easily remove the cap.

I like the size of the drive as it is smaller than other USB drives I have purchased in the past, especially since it does not get in the way of the storage area in my car's center console.

I feel the drive is a very good value for speed, storage space and physical size.
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Kept losing it's formatting. Had to reformat and erase losing all data multiple times, then, after about five months, it completely died.
Won't even connect to a disk utility.
Useless for data storage. Too unreliable.
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Pro's - Capacity and price. (I verified it's a full 128GB and not a fake like some of the other one's sold from China. I also verified the read/write speeds are as promised too.)

Con's - Write speeds are on the slow side with USB 3.0 / 2.0.

Overall this drive is a great value for the money I use it as a multi-boot disk containing several OS and boot images for diagnostics and computer repair. Some images are 6+GB and writing them to the flash drive took some time as it has fairly slow write speeds. But once on the flash drive the read speeds were great! I could do W7/W8 OS installs in as little as 8 minutes.
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I wanted a 128gb flash drive for a good price. I think the build is very good; drive even looks snazzy! Plugged into my laptop, 3.0USB & worked almost immediately after Windows 8.1 installed something in less than 10 seconds. Almost the entire 128gb is accessible. I then plugged it into my USB Hub & it works fine there also. Lastly, I connected it to my Galaxy S3, using Stickmount. It works flawlessly, playing music & movies on my phone. I would recommend it to anyone. I cannot vouch for its speed, but it works fast enough for my needs.
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UPDATE 2014-11-14:

While this drive was faster than anything I had used before, there are now a number of reasonably priced large capacity USB 3.0 flash drives available that are a lot faster than this, especially on writes. I've ordered a couple and will try to compare them eventually.

Meanwhile, I've been using this flash drive as "offsite backup", because the external SSD that I was using as primary backup was too large to carry comfortably in a pocket. But I found an amazing 256GB USB 3.0 SSD that's small enough to replace a flash drive: the Freecom mSSD. I bought it on amazon.it, because it wasn't available on amazon.com (it is now, but not sold by Amazon, so not covered by Amazon's return policies). It's expensive ($300 or more for 256GB) but it's the fastest storage I've ever plugged into a USB 3.0 slot, even for writes on a nearly-full drive (a thunderbolt SSD would be faster, of course).

So I no longer use the Winten drive for offsite backup, but it's still working well for me. And I just ordered the 256GB model because I like the design even though it's slower than many of the newer drives available.

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I've seen so many reports of USB flash drives failing after a while, that there's just no way I would use one (or one of anything, for that matter) for storage of critical stuff. So I use this as a form of "fire storage": my main backup drive is an external SSD, and I periodically (every couple of days) manually copy my most important stuff to this drive that I carry with me all the time (but not on a keychain, just in my pocket). That way, if my computer and primary backup get stolen or destroyed (fire, tornado, earthquake), I have another backup.
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