I took it in order to play WoW on the MacBook Air, since the place on the native drive is rather limited there. Accordingly, there was no need to constantly write files there, but the reading speed in multiplayer conditions was critical. Therefore, I chose so that there was both USB 3 and the read speed was at least 150.
I didn’t lose at all, there were no problems in the gameplay (whoever is in the subject understands how indicative this is). But I went on a business trip, leaving it sticking out in a laptop, and the case turned out to be rather unreliable, it broke in half. At first I was upset and thought that I could say goodbye, but then I put the board with contacts into the USB slot, and everything continued to work. I wound it with electrical tape and used it to this day.
The new WoW update requires 70 GB, so you will have to fork out for a similar 128 GB model. And I will continue to use this one as a flash drive for software that is not needed on the screw all the time (that is, according to the same logic - minimum use for writing, maximum for reading).전체 리뷰보기