Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 64GB USB 3.0 (CMFSS3-64GB)
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- Max Read (USB 3.0) 85 MB/sec
- Max Write (USB 3.0) 70 MB/sec
- Shock 40G
- Hard-anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum housing
- Waterproof to 200-Meters with EPDM water seal
- Vibration and shock resistant
- High performance USB 3.0
- Limited 5 year warranty
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Military-Style Data Transport With USB 3.0 And USB 2.0 Compatibility
Your files are important — that's why you're taking them with you. Flash Survivor Stealth USB 3.0 flash drives help keep them safe. The anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum housing is waterproof to 200 meters, vibration-resistant, and shock-resistant.
USB 3.0 Speed
If you move a lot of data, you've noticed that as convenient as USB flash drives are, they never seem to be as fast as you'd like. USB 3.0 changes the game. Flash Survivor Stealth USB 3.0 offers read speeds up to four times faster than traditional USB 2.0 drives. It's fast enough to view most videos directly from your Flash Survivor Stealth, without having to take the usual extra step of copying it to a hard drive first.
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|Digital Storage Capacity||64 GB||64 GB||32 GB||64 GB||64 GB|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0, USB 3.0, USB 3.0||USB 3.0|
|Item Dimensions||1.8 x 7.5 x 5.4 in||1 x 3 x 1 in||0.48 x 1.57 x 0.43 in||5.5 x 3.9 x 0.2 in||0.63 x 0.75 x 0.35 in|
|Item Weight||1.28 ounces||1.6 ounces||0.3 ounces||1.6 ounces||0.32 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||64 GB||64 GB||32 GB||64 GB||64 GB|
Military-style data transport with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatibility Your files are important â€” that's why you're taking them with you. Flash Survivor Stealth USB 3.0 flash drives help keep them safe. The anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum housing is wa
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I loved this drive so far, I hope it will last longer and keep on working great. Only problem I see is that it is bigger then anybody could suspect. But I remember my first 1 GB Pen Drive was actually a size of pen and it is not that big either. But its size and shape is quick enough to catch people's attention. I hope I do not get problem in airport security because of its shape and size. Although it looks durable because it is metal and not plastic, but still I need to be careful enough so that I can connect it properly and not break it while attaching or removing it to my laptop.
It is black, and I think if it ever come in mac-book aluminium, will be more attractive. Even in black, it is cool because it is deep black.
Overall it looks great, heavy and rock solid in its enclosure and nobody who buy it will complain.
Caution:- Reason I am giving it 4 star and not 5 is because I am co much concerned by those negative reviewed, at this time there are 20 reviews with 1 star which is bad for a brand like corsair. Corsair must control the quality... there shouldn't be any negative reviews specially for data failure or device corrupt. Only reason I choose any brand over cheap is reliability. And we people buy flash drive with a confidence that our data will remain there forever. And the thought that device got corrupt after few use just scares me. I hope it will not happen to me and to nobody. Corsair, if you are listening, you know you named this product "Survivor Stealth" for a reason, Please add few more steps to ensure quality and concerns. I will change my rating to 5 once I see my device working for six months :)
Though the casing seems quite tough, the metal is actually quite soft when you take a drill to it. To remedy the issue, I just drilled a hole through the bottom edge of the casing with a conventional cordless drill and drill bit. Start by removing the rubber bumper at the end - you can easily put it back on later. I recommend scoring a small hole into the side of the casing, then scoring an adjacent hole on the 'top' side of the casing. Then, drill through one to the other at a 45 degree angle. It takes a steady hand and a bit of pressure to get the scoring done, but I found that the material was surprisingly easy to drill though. I spent less than three minutes performing this modification.
If you scratch up the casing's finish by accident, just spray it with a bit of flat black Rust-Oleum spray paint (intended for metals), or use a paint intended for similar purposes.
I will update the review later after much, much abuse.
Only things I've noticed so far is that it's formatted in FAT32 and I understand that this makes it more compatible with more devices but it also means you're limited to 4GB maximum individual file sizes. This becomes an issue if you're transferring large video files like a HD GoPro video which eats up memory for all that high definition glory. If file size isn't an issue for you then this is a moot point.
Lastly I noticed that my USB plug is a little angled, for example say the drive is inserted in a horizontal USB slot and instead of sticking straight out it's canted down a few degrees, this is a common weakness to flash drives so it's not really a unique issue to this product. I'm sure the extra weight of the screw cap doesn't help though.
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