SanDisk Ultra 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
About this item
- SanDisk 64GB flash drive
- Works with Windows Vista to Windows 10
- Compatible with MacOS
- Password protection using AES-128 encryption
- 5-year warranty
Transferring files from one computer to another is a necessary part of life. Not everyone is comfortable using cloud technology to share documents, or they may not be able to connect to their cloud service at a given time. Using a SanDisk® Ultra 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive allows you to save files and transfer them between systems securely.
What Is a USB 64GB 3.0 Flash Drive?
The 3.0 USB allows for faster data speeds than previous versions of the connection. However, SanDisk understands that not everyone has the latest technology. While their SanDisk Ultra 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive design is for the newer, speedier serial bus, it is backward compatible and will read and write using a 2.0 connection.
Does the SanDisk Flash Drive Show Up as Removable Storage or as a Hard Disk when Connected?
When you plug in your SanDisk 64 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, it appears on the computer as a removable drive. With that in mind, it still works as though it were a secondary hard drive allowing you to move files of any type to the media stick. You can create a bootable drive allowing you to bypass the operating system for maintenance if desired. For a boot drive to be accessible, you must first configure your BIOS to read from your USB ports. Older model computers may not allow this.
What Is the SanDisk Ultra 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Read and Write Speeds?
Read and write speeds for the SanDisk 64GB pen drive are faster than they were with 2.0 USB technology. You can write to your disk at speeds of 14 to 32 MB per second. Reading from the drive is even quicker with speeds of up to 100MB per second.
What Is the Operating Temperature of SanDisk Flash Drive?
SanDisk 64GB Flash Drive operates in temperatures as low as 32°F (0°C) and as high as 95°F (35°C). If you are attempting to use the drive in conditions hotter or lower than this may cause damage to the drive and your computer.