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Samsung USB 3.0 16GB and FIT 32GB Review

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Posted November 11, 2015 by Jake in

Overview

 
Manufacturer:
 
Price at time of Review: $18, $22
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Sleek design; very small; very fast; well priced
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Plain drives with no fancy software or frills
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Great combination of speedy performance, tiny form factor, and affordable price sets the FIT apart.
by Jake
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Summary

Demand for small form storage is on the rise, and Samsung appears poised to flex its muscle by making a splash in the budget-oriented market with the newly-appointed FIT. The target market here is presumably those with a need for small form factor such as ultra-slim notebooks, possibly even tablets by using an external micro-USB adapter. This could include anyone from professionals on the go, to children watching movies on long car trips. Regardless of use, the Read speeds of 150MB/s and 85MB/s Write speeds are impressive across the board.

With the 16GB model retailing for about $18 and the 32GB currently aggressively priced at only $22, that’s an impressive value for what you get. Sure, there are cheaper drives out there at this capacity, but the speedy performance and tiny form factor is clearly what sets the FIT apart from most of the competition.

We’re speed junkies here at PureOC, regardless of product type, and the Samsung FIT is certainly a great option, earning our recommendation.

Samsung FIT USB 3.0

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One Comment


  1.  
    Sean

    What they need to do is making these things all water proof so if you are carrying them on a key chain or have them in your pocket or whatever the data is safe from being corrupted if you drop this in a puddle or a decent amount of water by mistake. As for Samsung well considering my experience with a tv of their’s recently which was supposed to be a good model I am not anxious to buy one of their tvs. Also I have to say the blacks in my first Samsung tv which is a 51″ plasma 3D 1080p tv really didn’t take long to degrade in richness. I am now open to other brands after my experiences with Samsung over the last 5 or 6 years.





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