The Imation Pocket Pro USB 3.0 Flash Drive delivers super fast data transfer in a sleek, sophisticated design that any professional will want to carry. Integrating SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology allows for users to transfer HD video, music libraries, and other digital files up to 5 times faster than USB 2.0 specifications. The Pocket Pro USB 3.0 is the most convenient, portable form of high capacity high volume data transfer. Compatible with Windows and Linux.
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Nice Thumb Drive
Working great so far. So much space in a small package.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Exactly what I needed!
from Salt Lake City, UT
I transfer a lot of files between machines that are in different physical locations. This drive is very fast when copying large files, not so fast with a lot of small files, but nothing really is. Very much worth it.
Amazing little flash drive
from Eau Claire, MI
This flash drive works great. Tons of storage with USB 3.0 makes for a great combination.
Great USB 3.0 64GB Thumb Drive
This is a fast USB 3.0 64 GB Flash drive. If you need a good amount of storage space in a easily transportable form factor this is a good choice.The transfer speeds of this device when used in a USB 3.0 port is the main selling point for me. To give an example, I transfered 50 GB of data as a test and it was going at an average 91 MB/s. That is very fast when compared to USB 2.0 devices on my system maxing out at about 10-12 MB/s.There is a program included called Imitation Lock, which basically partitions the drive to have an encrypted partions. I did not use it so I can't comment on how good or bad it is.There is one minor con to this drive. If you need to format it to FAT32 for compatibility with other devices, then you have to go find a third party utility (I used one called fat32format from Ridgecorp Consultants Ltd, search the net if you need the free utility). Windows 7 does not let you format a 64GB drive FAT32, you are only given the option to use NTFS or exFAT. IIRC Win7 will only let you format 32GB or smaller devices as FAT32.I gave it a 4/5 rating, though it really should be 5/5. I took off one star just because it didn't include a fat32 formatter. I know it's a minor thing, but for me, that utility would have been more useful than the encryption utility the drive came with.
What will I find to store on this?
from So Cal.
Too soon to say.