Outfitted with SanDisk's latest flash memory technology, the SanDisk Extreme 3.0 USB Flash Drive dramatically reduces the time you'll spend waiting for files to transfer. Fully enabled for USB 3.0 ports, the drive can achieve transfer speeds of up to 245MB/s, which means even the largest files will transfer in seconds. You'll be able to move and store HD videos, high-resolution photos, and other bulky files in an instant.
Generous Capacities Accommodate Large Files
Available in capacities up to 64GB, the SanDisk Extreme 3.0 USB Flash Drive can accommodate your personal and multimedia files. Use it to store and transfer HD videos, songs, scanned documents, and whatever else you need to carry.
Stylish, Portable Design
Featuring a sleek black color scheme, the SanDisk Extreme USB Flash Drive is as stylish as it is functional. Thanks to the drive's compact, slim design, you can easily slip it into a pocket or handbag.
Password Protection with SanDisk SecureAccess Software
The SanDisk Extreme 3.0 USB flash drive comes with the exclusive SanDisk SecureAccess software, which lets you configure a password-protected private folder on your SanDisk USB flash drive. Your files will be secured with 128-bit AES encryption to help keep them confidential.
Reviewed by 3 customers
Easy to use, GREAT speed, good size. I also like the ability to keep certain files protected in your "vault" area.
I ran this drive through the Blackmagic Disk Speed Test using a MacBook Pro Retina 15". I'm getting consistent write speeds of 145 MB/s and read speeds of 195 MB/s. It is definitely fast enough that I use it as a boot drive so I can run disk maintenance software on the HD of my MacBook Pro. The only con I can think of is the width of the housing. It is slightly wider than a standard USB cable male end. If your ports are really close together, you may not be able to plug multiple items in along side of it.
I purchased this unit to quickly store large document (archives)scans. It has worked very well. It also seems to work well as Windows extra computer memory. So far, no problems at all.