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

To simply put it: a flash drive is with you for a very long time. Although higher warranty period does not translate to higher product lifespan, it is more as an assurance if the unit fails for whatever defect/issue it may have, the manufacturer- within the company policy will take care of the issue unless its the customer who damaged the unit. Mentioning a fixed period assures the consumer. Other drives that I evaluated- including the El Cheapo drives- have a warranty period mentioned on this. Also, there should be an assurance that after registering the product, the RMA should be much quicker- and shouldn’t really take anything more than 5-7 working days even for a walk-in. After all, even if the customer doesn’t register, registration/S/N number authentication doesn’t take a minute.

In much shorter words, having “lifetime warranty” for a flash drive is silly in my opinion. It is not a memory kit standard that gets replaced with a new gen like how DDR2 replaced DDR3. USB 2.0 was around for a very LONG time, so will the actual USB connector type.

At a very least, a lanyard loop should have been provided with a JetFlash 780 USB 3.0 drive.

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