SanDisk launches it's fastest USB flash drive in the world

SanDisk’s Extreme PRO USB 3.1 Solid State Flash Drive is the first to achieve SSD levels of performance, in real terms read and write speeds of 420 MB/s and 380 MB/s, respectively.

According to Kingston, that kind of speed will allow you to transfer an entire 4K movie in under 15 seconds when plugged in to a USB 3.1 port.

Moreover, it supports SanDisk’s SecureAccess software which allows 128-bit encryption and password protection of files. It has also a metal design which can conceal the port when the USB bit is not being used.

The USB will be priced at $180 for 256 GB worth storage. There will also be a 128 GB version which will retail for $80, which will make it accessible to quite a few people.

SanDisk also launched the Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card, which is one of the fastest available in the market. The 256 GB card offers transfer speed of up to 95 MB/s while also bringing read and write input-output access per second (IOPS) of 1500 and 500, respectively.

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