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Flash disk drives - flash drives for sale in South Africa

Flash disk drives Flash disk drives have replaced floppy disk drives (also known as stiffy disk drives in South Africa). The capacity and speeds varies. USB2.0 Flash disk drives USB2.0 flash disk drive may have very large capacities, however, the USB2.0 speed is a bottleneck when transferring very large files. USB2.0 flash drive speed ....more..

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Flash disk drives - flash drives for sale in South Africa



Flash disk drives


Flash disk drives have replaced floppy disk drives (also known as stiffy disk drives in South Africa). The capacity and speeds varies.


USB2.0 Flash disk drives


USB2.0 flash disk drive may have very large capacities, however, the USB2.0 speed is a bottleneck when transferring very large files.


USB2.0 flash drive speed


The maximum speed of USB2.0 would be 30 MBytes/second. This is an interface limitation rather than a flash drive technology limitation.


USB3.0 flash drive speed


USB3.0 flash drives are capable of transferring data up to 5Gbits/s. This maximum possible transfer rate, flash drive technology permitting, is 625MBytes / second.

USB 3.0 flash drives use multiple channels (Multi-Channel NAND Flash Architecture) to increase the transfer speed.

USB3.1 Flash drive speed

USB 3.1 (aka USB 3.1/gen 2) is the successor to USB 3.0. Identifiable by its bright turquoise port, USB 3.1 doubles the transfer speed of 3.0 to 10 Gbps. USB Power Delivery 2.0 makes a big step forward as well with up to 100W of power.

USB3.1 ports are backwards compatible.



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