SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB 2.0 Flash Drive - 64GB339/5891
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About this product
With its stylish, compact design and generous capacity, the Cruzer Blade USB Flash Drive makes it easy to back up, transfer, and share your files. Available in capacities up to 64GB , this USB drive lets you carry your photos, movies, music, and personal data wherever you go.
- Transferring data onto the Cruzer Blade USB flash drive is easy: simply plug it into your computer's USB port and drag files into the drive's folder. After a fast, first time driver download, this USB drive lets you start storing, transporting, and sharing your data immediately.
- 64GB storage capacity.
- USB 3.0 compatibility.
- USB 2.0 compatibility.
- Password protected.
- EAN: 619659070632.
- Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.
97% would recommend to a friend
I managed to download my whole collection of cd’s onto this tiny device
Needed this for car
This works well,I have had this make before,no problems.small enough for car.
Excellent for photo storage and other documents on
The usb pen that I purchased has got loads of space on for anything that’s important for me that is worth saving like my photoshop instance of where I have been going out to different places with my DSLR camera.
No, and Yes, Kinda. you may technically format this drive with any of the various FAT file systems using a software solution on a modern PC however they will most likely not be readable on legacy hardware, also pre FAT32 file systems had a 9 character name limitation, rendering them unusable on modern systems
The issue lay with the maximum file size and other limitations
The original FAT File system was 8 bit and not used for hard disc storage (only floppies) so it's not relevant
FAT12 and FAT16 had a 32Mb (for a logical sector size of 512 bytes) maximum file and partition size and had a 9 character name limitation, rendering them unusable on modern systems.
FAT16B raised the limit to 2GB and supports longer file names.
These limitations mean they are not suitable file systems for this FlashDrive.
FAT32 can be used however Windows 10 only create new FAT32 volumes up to 32 GB in size (this is a limit imposed by Microsoft)
The reason for the limit is that for drives over 32GB the ExFAT File system was developed .
I would suggest using exFAT with their drive if you need a cross platform shared storage (exFAT drivers are available not just for Windows but Linux and macOS too)
If you specifically need storage formatted in FAT32 the I would suggest getting a 32GB drive to avoid potential issues with partition alignment among other things.
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10 January 2020
This is not compatible with an iPad.
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4 January 2020
I can confirm that this is compatible with the Xbox One.
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2 December 2019
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