PNY 128GB Turbo Attaché 3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive - (P-FD128TBOP-GE)
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|Digital Storage Capacity||256 GB||128.0 GB||64 GB||128.0 GB|
|Hardware Interface||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0|
|Item Dimensions||5.28 x 0.25 x 3.90 inches||1.58 x 0.61 x 0.47 inches||0.42 x 0.87 x 0.31 inches||0.90 x 0.70 x 0.30 inches|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces||0.04 ounces||0.48 ounces||0.11 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||128||128 GB||64 GB||128 GB|
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Turbo Attaché 3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive
PNY’s Turbo Attaché 3 USB 3.0 is built for speed & convenience. Experience USB 3.0 next generation speed performance with transfer speeds up to 10x faster than USB 2.0. It's the perfect solution for easily storing and quickly transferring all your large documents, high-resolution photos, HD videos, and more. USB 3.0 offers the same ease-of-use and plug-and-play capabilities as previous generations of USB technologies, but with exceptional speed improvements. Designed for Reliable Portable Storage, PNY's Turbo Attaché 3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive is designed with convenience and portability in mind. The portable, light-weight Flash Drive incorporates a sliding collar cap less design that means for no more lost caps. This USB 3.0 Flash Drive is small in size, but big on performance!
Backward compatible with USB 2.0
Compatible with PC and Mac laptop and desktop computers
Up to 10x faster than USB 2.0 flash drives
|32GB Turbo Attaché 3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive||64GB Turbo Attaché 3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive||128GB Turbo Attaché 3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive||256GB Turbo Attaché 3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive|
|Interface||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0|
|Transfer Speed||10x faster than USB 2.0||10x faster than USB 2.0||10x faster than USB 2.0||10x faster than USB 2.0|
|Compatibility||USB 3.0 equipped host devices, backwards compatible with USB 2.0||USB 3.0 equipped host devices, backwards compatible with USB 2.0||USB 3.0 equipped host devices, backwards compatible with USB 2.0||USB 3.0 equipped host devices, backwards compatible with USB 2.0|
|Environmental Conditions||Operating Temperature: 0° to 60° C Storage Temperature: -25° to 85° C||Operating Temperature: 0° to 60° C Storage Temperature: -25° to 85° C||Operating Temperature: 0° to 60° C Storage Temperature: -25° to 85° C||Operating Temperature: 0° to 60° C Storage Temperature: -25° to 85° C|
PNYs Turbo 3.0 is Built for Speed & Convenience Get the most out of the USB 3.0 port on your new computer. Experience USB 3.0 next generation speed performance with transfer speeds up to 10X faster than standard PNY USB 2.0 Flash Drives. It’s the perfect solution for easily storing and quickly transferring all your large documents, high-resolution photos, HD videos, and more. USB 3.0 offers the same ease-of-use and plug-and-play capabilities as previous generations of USB technologies, but with exceptional speed improvements. Designed for Reliable Portable Storage PNYs Turbo 3.0 USB Flash Drive is designed with convenience and portability in mind. The portable, light-weight Flash Drive incorporates a sliding collar cap less design that means for no more lost caps. This USB 3.0 Flash Drive is small in size, but big on performance.
Features & details
- Transfer speeds approximately 10 times faster than standard PNY USB 2.0 Flash Drives
- Store and transfer large files faster than ever with USB 3.0 technology
- Allows for quick and easy transfer of all content
- The 128GB Turbo USB 3.0 Flash Drive can hold approximately 23,674 songs
- Sliding collar, capless design with integrated loop makes it easy to attach to key chains, backpacks etc
- Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 ports, so you can utilize any USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 port, compatible with most PC and Mac laptop and desktop computers
- Free technical support
Product information 128GB
|Item model number||P-FD128TBOP-GE|
|Hardware Platform||PC, Mac|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.28 x 0.25 x 3.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.28 x 0.25 x 3.9 inches|
|Customer Reviews||4.4 out of 5 stars 13,975Reviews|
|Best Sellers Rank||
#62 in USB Flash Drives
#1,707 in Computer Accessories & Peripherals
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||October 6, 2013|
- ASIN: B00FE2N1WS
- Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars 13,975Reviews
- Date First Available: October 6, 2013
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This is my first zero star recommendation!!!
The one holding the Win10 image is working just fine. The one I used to backup YEARS of scripts and macros and things I had worked on independently though fried the 3rd time I plugged it in to back it up at home. It worked fine when I was backing everything up. It worked fine again a couple of weeks later when my old work place needed one of the macros I designed - plugged it into my coworkers laptop, gave him that macro, everything worked fine.
Maybe a week after that, I realized I hadn't yet plugged it into my PC to back everything up in case I lost the USB. So I plugged it in... and I heard a soft 'POP' noise. I didn't think too much of it at first (I wasn't even sure I had actually heard it), but I realized after a minute or so that my PC wasn't reading the USB drive. Thinking it was maybe just a slot that was acting up, I reached over to yank it out and try another slot... that sucker was HOT! Like, way way way way hotter than any USB drive ought to be. It also smelled of burning plastic. I didn't mess with it for the rest of the day, and took it to work the next day to see if my work laptop would read it - nope. Came back home, tried it on my girlfriends PC, nothing. Tried it on her laptop, nada. Held onto it for a few more weeks praying, hoping that some PC would read the thing just one more time so I could grab everything I had built over the past 4 years.
Never did read ever again. I was crushed, and still am today about it - YEARS of notes, some of my proudest moments, many different iterations of time saving scripts, things I would come home from work and work on night after night until I went to sleep to refine and get to work even faster and more reliably - all of it gone like tears in the rain. I finally tossed it out a couple of weeks ago because I got tired of looking at it and remembering all the work I lost. I mean, a good amount of it is in my head, still. Lessons were learned and they'll stick with me. But I'll never get that stuff back I worked so hard at, and that sucks.
I've purchased more PNY flash drives than I can count over the past 15 or so years, I've NEVER had one fail on me like this, and for something so important to me. After this, I don't think I'll be buying one ever again, certainly this model. I realize that I was likely just the 1/10,000 that had one fail the third time it was being used. Manufacturing processes are not perfect, and eventually someone will get the one that deviates just enough to crap out at the worst possible time. Sucks that it was me this time.
This is on a good USB 3.0 port After a fresh system boot (Win 10 on a Fast system with SSD & plenty of Ram), nothing else running (even shut down my Anti-virus), and a re-format of this drive -- tried the default (FAT32) as well as NTFS formats.
So what should take ~5 minutes to write to drive, instead takes 30 minutes with all the pauses & stops.. Tried 2 other Flash drives after (& in between -- just to be sure) copying the same set of files and they both ran plenty fast without significant pauses, so clearly the issue is with this particular flash drive. Maybe a heat issue?? Or just crappy~marginal chips..I/O controllers?
Double-checked Task Manager just to make sure no other process was chewing up CPU cycles or pushing Ram limits.
It was pretty cheap ($8 for a 32 gig, USB 3.0 drive), but operates worse than an ancient USB 1.0 drive.
-Took a long time eject this drive after the first couple uses, more than any other of the 50 or so flash drives I've owned over the years (and 20 at present).
So after the first accidental pull from the USB 3.0 slot (not on a hub), it seemed to take even longer.
Has been formatted several times, and now even takes forever to mount! If I pull it out before anything has shown up in the OS, then it doesn't even give a warning that a drive has been mishandled. Takes about 30 seconds to add and subtract the FIRST partition of this drive from the software. Pretty bad if you ask me. I can say that the more partitions the longer (of course, but this time it's amplified), but even with one it's still abysmal... I'll keep it for a specialized maintenance task I have... but it's still annoying to use when you're on the clock and someone's looking over your shoulder why you're just sitting there doing nothing and the drive isn't showing up.
I've noticed more recently that sometimes I even have to plug it in a second time, as nothing happens the first time.