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I find it amazing that this thread hasn't had more comments and notice.

While the WD 128 gets comments about how slow it is, and how the PNY Attache 4 is better, this one seems ignored.

Meanwhile, I couldn't even find the specs for the PNY Attache 4 on PNY's site. The part number pulls up nothing, the Attache 4 is USB2, the Turbo 4 is 3.0, but no actual read/write speed on their own site. BB lists 15/4mbps, but that seems slow.

So I was trying to decide whether to buy the slow WD or the unknown PNY speeds, and was in BB and saw this X-Fit, which I KNOW is far faster, just as cheap, and smaller.

I've been waiting for these X-Fit to be a decent price, and this is definitely it.

Too bad the 256GB on Amazon doesn't have a corresponding price.
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32, 64, 128, 256

BB only lists the 128GB.
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Good for ps classic???
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Good for ps classic???
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does it come in 32 and 64 sizes
Clicking on the Amazon link would answer your question in seconds...

32, 64, 128, 256

BB only lists the 128GB.
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I find it amazing that this thread hasn't had more comments and notice.

While the WD 128 gets comments about how slow it is, and how the PNY Attache 4 is better, this one seems ignored.

Meanwhile, I couldn't even find the specs for the PNY Attache 4 on PNY's site. The part number pulls up nothing, the Attache 4 is USB2, the Turbo 4 is 3.0, but no actual read/write speed on their own site. BB lists 15/4mbps, but that seems slow.

So I was trying to decide whether to buy the slow WD or the unknown PNY speeds, and was in BB and saw this X-Fit, which I KNOW is far faster, just as cheap, and smaller.

I've been waiting for these X-Fit to be a decent price, and this is definitely it.

Too bad the 256GB on Amazon doesn't have a corresponding price.
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Good for ps classic???
Came here for the same question
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Too bad the 256GB isn't on sale.
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PNY flash products die on you for no reason, everyone knows that.

Chck out the camera forums on PNY sd cards.. Big Grin
Have been told the same. Ps classic forum always recommends SanDisk over pny for those asking.
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Too bad the 256GB isn't on sale.
Samsung Fit is 39.99 for 256 at Amazon.
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Good for ps classic???
should work fine as long as you have the OTG kernel and use a power OTG adapter. I doubt this will work directly off the Player 2 USB port since USB 3.0 requires more power than USB 2.0.
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should work fine as long as you have the OTG kernel and use a power OTG adapter. I doubt this will work directly off the Player 2 USB port since USB 3.0 requires more power than USB 2.0.
Samsung fit 128gb works off unpowered otg cable or p2 USB port.... I bet this one will, would be nice to confirm though! (I suppose there is always the power mod in the event it doesn't work)
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I bought one of these yesterday. It's very slow compared to Samsung's "FIT Plus" series of tiny USB Drives. And if you trust the reviews, it appears these PNY's have a higher failure rate too.

Caveat emptor, but still quite a good deal as long as you are aware of the limitations.
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I bought one of these yesterday. It's very slow compared to Samsung's "FIT Plus" series of tiny USB Drives. And if you trust the reviews, it appears these PNY's have a higher failure rate too.

Caveat emptor, but still quite a good deal as long as you are aware of the limitations.

does it run hot?
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