|Flash drive||Buying Link||Price||Store|
|PNY Elite-X Fit||Check Price||$10.99||Amazon|
If you are a person like me. Who needs a lot of data to be with him where he goes. Then the PNY Elite-X Fit is your new companion. Today we will be reviewing the 512GB USB 3.1 with a read speed of 200MBs.
PNY Elite-X Fit Specs
|Interface||USB 3.1 Gen 1|
|Capacity||64, 128, 256, 512GB|
|Max read speed||Up to 200MB/s|
|Transfer speed||Up to 30 faster than standard USB 2.0|
|Compatibility||USB 3.1 Gen 1/USB 3.0 equipped host devices, backward compatible with USB 2.0|
|Environmental conditions||Operating Temperature: 0° to 60° C, Storage Temperature: -25° to 85° C|
The PNY Elite-X Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive is exceptionally conservative. It’s around 7/8″ long, 3/8 of that is the cap with the rest being the real USB end.
The cap is dark in shading. And has a pattern for a string-style tie or for connecting to a key ring. Tragically, excluding the tie with the drive.
The cap has groves to add grip, with the PNY logo stepped on the end. Engraved into the USB end is the numbers 512 and words USB 3.1.
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The PNY Elite-X Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive can reach up to 200MB/s read/compose speeds. As I ordinarily do with capacity drives and memory cards.
I run it through a few benchmarks on their default settings. These tests runs while the USB streak drive was embedding into a USB 3.1 port.
Utilizing a USB 3.0 or 2.0 port will altogether diminish these rates.
Benchmarks are incredible, however genuine execution is the thing that matters most. To test execution.
I duplicated records between the drive and a PC. As well as the other way around and coordinated what amount of time it required.
When replicating a solitary record generally 2GB in size. It required around 17 seconds to duplicate from the PC to the drive.
Duplicating from the drive to the PC was a bit quicker, checking in at just shy of 11 seconds. Then, I duplicated a variety of 65 documents in ten organizers going in size from 500KB to just shy of 100MB.
The complete size of this exchange was 1.41GB. Moving to the PNY USB key required around 24 seconds. While moving back to the PC was quicker and just took around 5 1/2 seconds.