Capacity plays a major role - always choose a higher capacity so you do not need to buy a new flash drive.
For storing office documents, 4GB flashdrives are sufficient; for media, especially movies, we recommend 32GB and higher.
Today outdated interface with a maximum transmission rate of 480 Mbps. We recommend buying a USB 3.0 / 3.1 Flash Drive – they are compatible with USB 2.0.
USB 3.0 / 3.1
The latest interface offers high transfer speeds with up to 10 Gbps and a wide selection of models.
A USB interface with identical two-way connectors, making it convenient and easy to use. The interface is mostly based on the USB 3.0 / 3.1, and achieves high data transfer rates.
Flash drives with USB-OTG support can be connected to mobile phones, tablets and other mobile devices that support this feature.
It is used mainly as additional storage and for file transfer between mobile devices and flash drives.
Combination lock - allows you to set a PIN code, which you enter on the numeric keys on the flash drive’s body, so your data is encrypted against unauthorised access.
Fingerprint reader - a newer technology that allows you to unlock your flash drive using your fingerprint - specialised software from the manufacturer is installed, which stores your fingerprints in its memory.
Encryption - some flash drives contain special software that manages the encryption of data stored on the device. Access requires a password set by the user.
Read and write speed
Expressed in Mbps; the higher the better.
Speed depends mainly on the interface used, but it also depends on the particular model and its hardware - for example, two flash drives with the same interface can have different read and write speeds.
Functions and Features
Children – flash drives are offered in various fun designs.
Telescopic connector – the connector is protected against dust and dirt.
Metal or rubber versions – protect the flash drive against bumps, shocks and mechanical damage.
LED indicator - indicates that the flash drive is connected or transferring data.