|Item Model Number||MUF-128AB/AM|
|Product Dimensions||2.29 x 1.78 x 0.76 cm; 4.54 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||23 x 18 x 8 millimetres|
|Item Weight||4.54 g|
|Manufacturer||Samsung Electronics DAV|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||1 July 2018|
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Samsung FIT Plus USB 3.1 Flash Drive 128GB - 300MB/s (MUF-128AB/AM)
- COMPACT FLASH DRIVE: Exceptionally compact Samsung FIT Plus USB flash drive for instant storage of your photos, videos, music, and files on laptops, tablets, TV’s, car audio systems, gaming consoles and more
- QUICK AND CONVENIENT READ SPEEDS: Redefine everyday file transfers with read speeds up to 300MB/s; USB 3.1 flash drive with backwards compatibility (USB 3.0, USB 2.0)
- SEAMLESS FITTING DESIGN: The unnoticeable, seamless fit is designed with a key ring to prevent loss
- BUILT TO LAST RELIABILITY: Shock proof flash drive is also water proof, temperature proof, x-ray proof and magnetic proof
- 5-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: 5-year limited warranty
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Redefine everyday file transfers with the Samsung FIT Plus USB 3.1 Flash Drive. Just plug it in and expand the storage of your devices with an unnoticeable, seamless fit. Designed with a key ring to prevent loss. Fast and convenient read speeds up to 300MB/s*, so that you have more time to work, play, watch, and create. A reliable and secure solution for your personal photos, videos, music, documents, and files. Safeguard your data backed by a 5-year limited warranty (water proof, shock proof, magnet proof, temperature proof, x-ray proof). Experience Samsung's industry-leading V-NAND (64 layer) technology. *Speeds may vary by capacity.
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USB 3.1 Flash Drive FIT Plus 128GB
Plug in and stay
Designed to plug in and stay. Expand your storage with the FIT Plus, a compact flash drive, seamless and unobtrusive. Instant storage for your laptops, tablets, TV’s, car audio systems, gaming consoles, and more.
At a Glance:
- Expand your storage with a compact fit designed to plug in and stay
- Read speeds up to 200 MB/s with the latest USB 3.1 standard
Save time, add space. Quick and convenient read speeds up to 300 MB/s* (1) with the latest USB 3.1 standard to ensure transferring data never slows you down. Send a 3GB 4K UHD video file from your FIT Plus to your PC in just 10 seconds* (2).
*Actual speeds may vary by host device and/or usage conditions.
|Samsung BAR Plus USB 3.1 (Champagne Silver)||Samsung BAR Plus USB 3.1 (Titan Gray)||Samsung FIT Plus USB 3.1||Samsung DUO Plus USB 3.1|
|Capacity||Up to 256GB||Up to 256GB||Up to 256GB||Up to 256GB|
|Read Speed (Up to)||300 MB/s (128GB/256GB); 200 MB/s (32GB/64GB)||300 MB/s (128GB/256GB); 200 MB/s (32GB/64GB)||300 MB/s (128GB/256GB); 200 MB/s (32GB/64GB)||300 MB/s (128GB/256GB); 200 MB/s (32GB/64GB)|
|Color||Champagne Silver||Titan Gray||Gunmetal Gray||Silver/Black|
|Connector Type||USB Type-A||USB Type-A||USB Type-A||USB Type-A and USB Type-C|
|USB 3.1 (Backwards Compatibility USB 3.0/2.0)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
(1) Up to 300 MB/s for 256/128GB models; Up to 200 MB/s for 64/32GB models.
(2) Minimum of 10 secs for 256/128GB models; minimum of 14 secs for 64/32GB models (tested with combination of models).
(3) Up to 72 hrs in seawater.
(4) Up to 1,500 gravitational acceleration.
(5) Withstands -25°C to 85°C operating, -40°C to 85°C non-operating.
(6) Up to 15,000 gauss (equal to MRI).
(7) Up to 50 Roentgen (equal to airport X-ray machines).
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works as well in my 1 year old IBM as my 6 year old HP as my 11 year old Dell! and speed is amazing in the first 2 and excellent in the third given its age.
Only slight gripe is that due to its construction my WD Media player does not read the USB - yet other than that it was well worth its price. highly recommend for speed, price and size
I have purchased two other 256GB flash drives USB3.0/3.1 and they have been very disappointing, ripped off I would say even after testing with up-to-date drivers.
Running programs directly from the drive yields a native experience, forget your even using an USB drive and I'm only running on USB 3.0, supposed to run even faster on USB 3.1.
Great price, small in size, verified the drive is an actual 256gb as advertised.
Would buy again.
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Write speed was not advertised - specs just say "write speed is lower than read speed". Yeah, less than helpful. I'd prefer to have the write speed advertised so that we can make a more informed purchase. I hope my test helps you all out.
At this price point and for a drive so small I'd say this is a decent purchase. You get huge capacity in a small form factor with write speeds that are in the ballpark of the SanDisk Extreme Pro. If you don't need to consistently write large files - this may fit the bill. If you need faster sustained writes, don't mind a larger drive, and have an extra $35 - maybe the SanDisk Extreme Pro is for you.
I purchased three of these devices to be used as a small RAID-Z1 array for an embedded system in some lab tests. First drive had the disconnect issue mentioned above, and about 500 bad blocks after writing a few GB to the drive. Second drive didn't remove itself, but reported over 1000 bad blocks after the same write load. Neither drive lasted more than 10 minutes before data corruption is detected. Third drive was thrown out without ever touching it because of the first two.
In the computer appliance and embedded server world, "fit" USB drives are the defacto standard for the boot drive. This includes things like VMWare, FreeNAS, pfSense, OPNsense, and general FreeBSD/Linux systems. This is what I got the drives for, and why they would be in a RAID setup (again, common defacto standard for "fit" USB drives). These drives could not handle a single large write and single read back reliably. End of story.
Go with what we know is best. Use the main band that made "fit" drives the defacto standard. Don't trust these. I wanted to experiment with an alternative brand, because their SD cards have been rock solid. USB drives though? Absolute trash. Go with the main, long trusted, long lasting USB storage brand. Yeah, they cost an extra 50 cents... What is your data actually worth !?