Product Review: Trusda U86 64GB USB 3.0 Thumb Drive

Trusda U86 64GB USB3.0 Full Metallic Flash Drive

Trusda U86 64GB USB3.0 Full Metallic Flash Drive

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Trusda U86 64GB USB3.0 Full Metallic Flash Drive

Trusda U86 64GB USB3.0 Full Metallic Flash Drive

The Trusda U86 USB3.0 Full Metallic Flash Drive with Keychain (64GB) is a USB storage thumb drive with a built in steel loop for connecting to a keychain.

I don’t know about anybody else, but I tend to carry at least a few USB drives on me at almost all times. Having a rugged USB thumb drive that can withstand the wear and tear of riding around in my pocket next to a half dozen keys is a wonderful thing. On top of that, the drive is a USB 3.0 high-speed drive that allows for a maximum transfer speed of around 33 MB (megabytes) per second when writing files. Formatted using exFAT (for compatibility) and using a cluster size of 128kb, the 64GB drive formats to just over 57.7Gb in Windows 7 Ultimate x64.

The USB Type A connector on the drive is just slightly larger than most other USB connectors I’ve encountered– not enough to prevent it from fitting into the USB ports on my computer, but enough to make it a much tighter fit than other thumb drives– which is likely attributed to the polished metallic coating that makes the drive shiney and industrial in appearance.

If you’re looking for a moderately decently priced 64GB USB 3.0 thumb drive that can perform to the fullest extent of USB speeds and also happens to be a polished steel coated ruggedized beast, the Trusda U86 may just be the beast you’re looking for.

If you want to pick one up for yourself, you can buy one on Amazon.com for the current price of $26.99 by clicking here: http://amzn.to/2cJybqE

 

 

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Steven Cockayne

Steven the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for alternative rock band SLOWtheIMPACT and is proud to admit he owns nearly 1000 blurays in his personal collection. He is also a software engineer, technology reviewer/researcher and graphic designer with over 20 years of experience in technology fields.

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