USB flash drives are becoming the best way to share larger files. With new technology (USB 3.0) it is easier for USB flash drives to compete with external hard disc drives. Not only are they advancing in speed, but they are also very portable. If you want the best, look at this list and find out which type of USB flash drive would be perfect for you.
Best Over All: SanDisk Extreme CZ80
This disk has a write speed about 200 Mb/s with a super-fast read speed of 245 Mb/s. It has been said that within 10 seconds it can transport a whole SD movie.
Most rugged: Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Made of aircraft-grade aluminum with a shock softening collar, this USB flash drive is the best for your crazy adventures.
Best for Ultrabooks: Samsung 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Fit
This android compatible USB drive is the size of your thumbnail which makes it perfect for those thin profile Ultrabooks and tablets.
Macbook’s Buddy: Silicon Power C80 64GB Flash Drive
MacBook’s demand a special USB Type-C device, that is why Silicon Power USB flash drive is perfect! It comes with both Type-C and Type-A 3.0 ports.
Top Security: Farsler 32GB Fingerprint Thumb Drive.
Use your thumb instead of having to remember a 4-6-digit security code. It’s one of the most secure types of USB flash drives on the market for a fraction of normal prices.
Apple’s Best Friend: SanDisk iXpand 128GB
Since USB ports are not on Apple smart products, this USB disk will sure to be your best friend. Freeing up over 7,200 photos or 8,000 songs off your Apple device.
Bargain Price: Kingston Digital 16GB DataTraveler
For 13 dollars or less! Not only does the price rock but it has a 5-year guaranteed warranty with free technical support.
Ready for the Long Haul: Samsung 32Gb Metal Flash Drive
Samsung 32Gb Metal USB flash drive is waterproof, magnet-proof, resistant to high temperatures and shockproof.
Need for Speed: SanDisk Extreme Pro 128 GB Drive
With writing and reading speeds up to 420MB/s / 380MB/s, you can transport an entire 4K movie into the USB drive in 15 seconds or less.