Transcend 780G 16GB USB 3.0

Transcend JetFlash 780 16GB USB 3.0 Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specification
  3. Test Bench and Methodology
  4. ATTO Benchmark
  5. CrystalDisk Mark Benchmark
  6. Transfer Tests
  7. Conclusion

A drive no heavier than 12g and no bigger than 70 mm x 21 mm x 8.1 mm, Transcend sent they JetFlash 780 16GB USB 3.0 for evaluation. Now that USB 3.0 pretty much have taken over, 16-32gigs would easily become a new norm.

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The last review for a flash drive which was done is with Corsair Stealth Survivor 16GB– which although it wasn’t able to match even close to Kingston’s DT Ultimate and HyperX. True, it has “rugged design” but other than that, it’s just an ordinary drive with USB 3.0 port. I couldn’t say it for certain where do such drives stand- but now that Transcend sent a 16GB counterpart, it should be interesting to see where both of these drives stand.

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