Multi-scene Light Office Essential Samsung Flash Drive Fit Plus 64gb In-depth Review

[Bestbuy618DIY Hardware Channel] Those interested in storage are aware that, in addition to leading the global market in categories such as cell phones and screens, Samsung is also quite strong in electronic storage. Both the mobile SSD series and the SSD series have high performance and are well received by industry consumers. The FIT Plus is a well-crafted Samsung product, and today we will conduct an in-depth review of the FIT Plus 64GB USB flash drive to assess its performance and utility. As a USB 3.1 standard USB flash drive, the 64GB FIT Plus can reach a read speed of 200MB/s, according to Samsung.

We used AS SSD Benchmark, CrystalDiskMark, and FastCopy to test the Samsung FIT Plus’s performance in software tests in order to better understand its performance. To comprehend its software testing performance We chose a high-performance laptop with an i7-10510U processor, 16GB of RAM, 1TB of storage space with an SSD that supports the NVMe 1.3 protocol, and a Windows 10 64-bit Home Edition system as the test platform to better utilize the performance of the flash drive and ensure reliable test data.

First, we ran the FIT Plus through the AS SSD Benchmark software to see how fast it could read and write data. This is a standard storage device testing program that includes key data such as sustained reads and writes, single-threaded 4KB random reads and writes, 64-threaded 4KB random reads and writes, and disk seek times. The advantage is that AS SSD can standardize the results according to the formula, allowing it to reflect the true performance of storage devices in a more objective and scientific manner. The test data is shown in the chart above.

After some testing, the Samsung FIT Plus read speed was 195.03MB/s, which is still a very good transfer speed. The next software test is the CrystalDiskMark.

CD Mark is another storage device speed test software that we frequently use; it is a simple operation that tests the continuous read and write speed of hard disk storage devices and other data storage devices. The interface is simple and straightforward.

According to the test results, the performance of the Samsung FIT Plus is excellent, and the data is even brighter than that of the AS SSD. The sequential read speed can reach 224.4MB/s, which is already faster than the official sequential read speed of 200MB/s. Overall, the 64GB FIT Plus has good read and write performance, which is an excellent level in the same class of USB flash drives.

However, we need to know more about the speed performance of the Samsung FIT Plus when it comes to specific file transfers, in addition to the theoretical speed test. This time, we used FastCopy to test file transfer speeds. FastCopy, as a file copy software, not only fully exploits the file system and hard drive’s capabilities, but also counts and times them.

This time, we chose a 10.7GB folder containing three video files to test the transfer speed of Samsung FIT Plus to the laptop’s C drive. According to the test results, the time taken by Samsung FIT Plus to write to the notebook C drive was only about 55.8 seconds, and the rate was also maintained at the average level of the software test, up to 196.9MiB/s, which translates into units of about 201.6MB/s, which ca This rate is also reflected in the system transmission data, which essentially maintains a level close to 200MB/s.

Furthermore, the ATTO Disk Benchmark software test demonstrated Samsung FIT Plus’s read/write performance and stability. The histogram reflects the flash drive’s stability. When the test file is 64KB, the FIT Plus’s read speed can reach around 210MB/s and can be maintained at around 200MB/s afterwards, which is quite stable.

The write speed was maintained at around 24MB/s, which is also a normal level of flash drive write speed. After seeing hundreds of different shapes and sizes of flash drives, the Samsung FIT Plus feels like a return to basics.

The front and tail of the casing are printed with “SAMSUNG,” and the USB port part has a large “64,” indicating that the capacity of this flash drive is 64GB; “USB3.1” indicates the transmission standard used. The Samsung FIT Plus case is made of synthetic material, frosted to add a delicate touch, high value, and a business-like style, to ensure that the lightweight does not compromise strength.

The FIT Plus has a hole in the casing for users to bolt it to their keys and badges to reduce the possibility of loss. Samsung FIT Plus three circumference of 23.6mm 18.8mm 7.3g, weighing only 3.1g, which is much smaller than the general long U disk, inserted in the computer looks small and exquisite, and all kinds of thin and light book, business book is very compatible; and slightly larger than the so-called mini U disk and Bluetooth receiver, reductioni

The Samsung FIT Plus, with its small size and ample capacity, can be used in a variety of situations. For example, many private cars now come standard with USB ports, and many consumers are accustomed to using flash drives to store music for playback. It’s worth noting that many cars have a shockproof cover for the USB port, making it impossible to fully close the dust cover after inserting a portion of the long USB flash drive strip.

If it is a Samsung FIT Plus, you will be relieved of this concern. The 64GB FIT Plus can store 177 minutes of 4K UHD video at 3840 x 2160 30fps, 15934 12MP photos, or 5718 high-quality songs.

It’s large enough to store all of your favorite music, and even for daily file transfers, the 64GB FIT Plus won’t be “crotchy” when it comes to all types of file copies. Teachers can use it to load thousands of pages of PPT files and various teaching videos in the case of inconvenient folder transfers; and in company-wide business scenarios, it can outperform the public network in terms of speed, and it is much more efficient to copy and transfer than to wait for the network to send.

Because the Samsung FIT Plus flash drive is small and easy to transport, it is very convenient to connect it to a PC or car, and it will not interfere with the device’s normal operation due to a lack of space. Following a series of tests and practical experience, we can conclude that the Samsung FIT Plus is a straightforward and uncomplicated flash drive. The read speed of more than 200MB/s and the stability of the reading and writing process are also very satisfying, and the “five-proof” and 5-year limited warranty support also protects the user’s data.

Furthermore, with both a simple business appearance and a high level of read and write performance, FIT Plus is a good choice for users with a variety of needs. For users who require more storage space, Samsung also offers 128 and 256GB versions.

It is worth noting that both versions have upgraded read and write speeds, with continuous reading speeds reaching 300MB/s, but I believe the 64GB version is the most cost-effective option for this USB flash drive.

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