Samsung BAR Plus 128GB - 300MB/s USB 3.1 Flash Drive Titan Gray (MUF-128BE4/AM)
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When writing continuously under Windows 7, the 128GB drive's initial write speed is about 60 MB/s, but it drops to about 40 MB/s afterwards.
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In that case, a smaller, cheaper drive would suffice
Initially it seemed that the width of the device at the end was a problem, but I agree with the first responder. I never experience this problem with my Kingston drive, which has a large hole that allows it to move freely and sit flat against my leg while in my pocket. My Kingston drive has a wide hole that is flat and symmetrical, so it can sit flat and move freely in my pocket. Getting my key loop through the hole was also difficult for me. A keychain with a locking mechanism that has a small steel wire loop is the one I use. As I mentioned, the wire had a grommet on one end of it that was a bit too large to fit through the opening of the Samsung drive, so I had to drill it out a bit larger, scratching the surface a bit as I did. I mentioned that it digs into my leg a bit now that it's attached to the key ring. Ultimately, I am unhappy enough with the design that I am looking elsewhere. The Kingston web site was so slow, I would have stuck with it.