• SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
  • SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
  • SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
  • SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
  • SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
  • SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)
SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)

SanDisk Ultra CZ48 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ48-256G-U46)

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Great Drive But Issue With Included Software This SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive works exactly as you would expect it to. Transfers to and from the card seem to work quite quickly. The drive is about standard size, and like many others, has a slide button to slide the USB connector in and out. It also has a blue light that indicates readyness, and transfer activity. The drive is labeled in a way that makes it clear which side needs to be turned up for it to be inserted properly. (I hate drives that you have to try one way, and then the other, because you can't tell simply by looking at them which side should be turned up.) Finally, there is a molded, hole, in the curve at one end, to allow the drive to be carried on a key chain.The one negative I found, which is the reason this is a four-star and not a five-star review has to do with the software on the drive. There is an executable that I believe has to do with drive security. When I ran it, it recognized that there was an update for the program, downloaded the update, but then the update would not run.I paid full Amazon price for this flash drive. I wrote this review just to try to help others learn a little about it. I hope you found this review helpful. On the other hand, if you did not find this review helpful, I d be interested in hearing why, so that I can attempt to edit it and make it more helpful to both you and others. If you leave a comment on the review, suggesting how it would be more helpful, I promise to respond to your comment, and to attempt to incorporate your suggestion in my review, if it is at all possible for me to do so. My goal is to write reviews that help people, as I have been helped by the reviews others have written. Thanks! 4Miserable write speed Anyone that actually pays attention to the speed at which this drive writes to itself will tell you it s terrible. Now let me tell you, if you think it s terrible on usb 3.0, I m using it on an old usb 2.0 laptop.HOLY COW! It s like we re back in the early 2000 s. It gets about 4-5 MB s per second. All of my usb 2.0 drives are killing this thing. How does that work?Look elesewhere if you care about speed. 1NVIDIA SHIELD TV USERS BEWARE... TL;DR: This drive is 'teh s uck' / see bottom for alternative.I purchased the 128 GB drive to use in conjunction with my Nvidia Shield TV (16 GB). I chose this specific drive because it was one of the few drives that Nvidia recommends you use. Nvidia warns that using other drives may result in slower performance so you know there's some backroom handshaking going on between Nvidia and Sandisk. I connected the drive and set it to be used as internal storage. All seemed well, for one week, then the drive failed.. ..completely.. ..as in "He's dead, Jim!".. ..as in "This is an ex-thumb-drive".Points to make:1. The USB connector on this drive gets intensely hot when its plugged in.2. After the drive failed, I removed it from the Shield TV and tried to repair it using my PC. The drive is unreadable from Explorer, so I used "Diskpart.exe" (from a command prompt) to 'clean/create MBR/new primary' the drive and I noticed it took longer to complete than it should have.3. When I then tried to format it within Windows, it froze indefinitely.1+2+3 = Either the drive was faulty straight from the factory or using it as directed by Nvidia damaged it. Either way, I now own, well, ..nothing.Caveat emptor, people!Side note: The slide mechanism this drive employs to expose the connector is poorly designed as it doesn't sufficiently lock when extended. As a result, you need to keep your finger/thumb on the slide when plugging it in or it will retract into the sleeve during insertion.Suggestion: If you are looking for a better solution to expand storage for your Nvidia Shield TV, I recommend using the "VectoTech Rapid 128GB External SSD USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive" (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01JKMZ70G/). That is what I'm currently using and there hasn't been any issues. It may cost a bit more, but it is a dedicated SSD and because it connects with a cable, there's less chance of heat damage to the drive. 1Love the upgrade in transfer speeds from 2.0 I transfer tons of movies from my computer to my flash drive in order to play them on my NeoTv player. For a few years I have been using the standard USB 2.0 flash drives. I would find myself being annoyed by how long it was taking to transfer the movies on the 2.0.Last year I had bought a new laptop with a USB 3.0 port in it. I was so excited when I read that the 3.0 port was compatible with my 2.0 flash drives. I was ignorant to the fact that while the USB 2.0 drive would work fine in the 3.0 port, there would be no improvement in transfer speeds. Once again I was bummed.I found this flash drive on Amazon for a really good price and again I was excited. I thought there would be a noticeable improvement in transfer speed, but to be honest, I thought it would be minimal (again, my ignorance).When it arrived, I plugged this sucker in to transfer a movie and BAM! I was shocked at the difference in transfer speeds. I don't think I could ever go back to using USB 2.0. 5Runs hot, writes slowly - not recommended This drive runs unusually hot for a plastic flash drive. Even sitting without reading or writing while plugged into a USB extension cable, the USB connector gets uncomfortably hot. No other flash drive I've tried has this issue, although I understand that some metal cased ones also exhibit this behavior.The second problem is that writes are slow, painfully so for small files. I should have paid more attention to the reviews here stating this fact.After doing some research, I bought the SanDisk Extreme CZ80 64 GB flash drive as a replacement. It runs much cooler, and the write speed is 5 times as fast for large files and 20 times as fast for small files (this is with both drives formatted as NTFS). I was even able to pick it up on a Daily Deal for only $7 more than the Ultra CZ48, but even if you have to pay twice as much it's worth it in my opinion.I don't recommend the Ultra CZ48, but I highly recommend the Extreme CZ80. 1Not Optimized for Write Speed Good read speed USB 3.0 over 100 [MB/s] But performed poorly on the write speed 27.76 [MB/s] SanDisk says the Ultra isn't optimized for write speed and you should get the extreme version but I didn't see that anywhere on the package. 2Disappointing reliability/durability, 2 out of 2 drives failed. Ordered two of these drives on 5/24/2018, tried to use them on 5/30/2018 and both stopped working after a few minutes of use.Ran a disk benchmark on one drive, it went into "write protected mode" right afterwards.Tried the second drive and tried to format to NTFS, failed and went into "write protected mode" as well.From Sandisk's knowledge base:"Write protection errors occur when a flash drive detects a potential fault within itself. The drive will go into write-protected mode to prevent data loss. There is no method to fix this. "Here are the benchmarks ran before the drive failed:-----------------------------------------------------------------------CrystalDiskMark 3.0.4 x64 (C) 2007-2015 hiyohiyo Crystal Dew World : http://crystalmark.info/-----------------------------------------------------------------------* MB/s = 1,000,000 byte/s [SATA/300 = 300,000,000 byte/s] Sequential Read : 161.643 MB/s Sequential Write : 26.118 MB/s Random Read 512KB : 144.836 MB/s Random Write 512KB : 11.487 MB/s Random Read 4KB (QD=1) : 6.353 MB/s [ 1551.1 IOPS] Random Write 4KB (QD=1) : 1.387 MB/s [ 338.5 IOPS] Random Read 4KB (QD=32) : 6.897 MB/s [ 1683.8 IOPS] Random Write 4KB (QD=32) : 1.428 MB/s [ 348.5 IOPS] Test : 1000 MB [K: 0.1% (0.0/14.6 GB)] (x5) Date : 2018/05/30 14:50:35 OS : Windows 10 Professional [10.0 Build 16299] (x64) Sandisk Ultra USB3 16GB-----------------------------------------------------------------------CrystalDiskMark 5.0.2 x64 (C) 2007-2015 hiyohiyo Crystal Dew World : http://crystalmark.info/-----------------------------------------------------------------------* MB/s = 1,000,000 bytes/s [SATA/600 = 600,000,000 bytes/s]* KB = 1000 bytes, KiB = 1024 bytes Sequential Read (Q= 32,T= 1) : 143.576 MB/s Sequential Write (Q= 32,T= 1) : 16.331 MB/s Random Read 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 7.761 MB/s [ 1894.8 IOPS] Random Write 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 1.249 MB/s [ 304.9 IOPS] Sequential Read (T= 1) : 160.233 MB/s Sequential Write (T= 1) : 40.889 MB/s Random Read 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 7.383 MB/s [ 1802.5 IOPS] Random Write 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 0.890 MB/s [ 217.3 IOPS] Test : 1024 MiB [K: 0.1% (0.0/14.6 GiB)] (x5) [Interval=5 sec] Date : 2018/05/30 15:36:17 OS : Windows 10 Professional [10.0 Build 16299] (x64) Sandisk Ultra USB3 16GB 1Get the extreme Should've done a little research, but I thought the write speeds would be more than 10MB/sec. it reached 14MB/sec for a little bit that was maxed out. This was transferring music files to the drive.My SanDisk extreme is much better. I would highly recommend that one. Transferring the same music files it was above 50MB/sec the entire 12.2GB.Write speed is most important to me. I didn't even test the read speed. I don't care if it can potentially reach 100MB/sec according to the packaging. Any flash drive I had never had an issue deleting or moving files off of it, but when I want to put stuff on it, that's when I need a good fast flash drive. 4This is the last Sandisk flash drive I will ever purchase. Bought a set of two drives, one failed and went into write protected mode. According Sandisk customer support: "Write protection errors occur when a flash drive detects a potential fault within itself. The drive will go into write-protected mode to prevent data loss. There is no method to fix this. To verify the issue is related to the flash drive and not your computer we recommend that you try plugging the USB drive into another port on your computer. You should also try the drive on another computer if possible." Of the many flash drives that I've used over the years, this is the second drive that failed on me and also happened to be Sandisk. The first one had some corrupted memory sectors so my linux boot disk will not install. Ironically, I bought these drives to replace the one that was bad. I give it two stars for the one drive that is still working and will RMA the bad one.UPDATE 6/29/18: Returned the bad one and got a replacement from Sandisk. Trying to burn an iso and suprise!!..once again it is in write protected mode. So this is 2 for 2 in which I will drop from 2 to 1 star. I'm going to eat the cost just to throw these drives into the trash can. 1but all it takes is one bad experience to ruin a brand for you I normally don't write reviews, but all it takes is one bad experience to ruin a brand for you. I've bought several SanDisk products in the past and I think this is the first time I've had one brick on me, but after some research, this has been going on for a long time. SanDisk drives are prone to going into "Write Protected" mode where you can no longer add or remove any files to it. In other words, it becomes "Read Only" so you're stuck with with what's on there. I tried several methods of removing the write protection on my drive, but as listed on SanDisk's site, there's no way to remove it or reformat the drive. There is a flaw/bug in this specific drive itself. SanDisk knows about this and continues to sell them to uninformed customers. 1
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  • You can be confident in the good quality, performance and reliability of every SanDisk Product
  • Unique, sleek design for the modern home
  • With these speeds you can be sure that every transfer or save will end faster than ever before
  • Read Speed up to 100 MB/s2
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great Drive But Issue With Included Software This SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive works exactly as you would expect it to. Transfers to and from the card seem to work quite quickly. The drive is about standard size, and like many others, has a slide button to slide the USB connector in and out. It also has a blue light that indicates readyness, and transfer activity. The drive is labeled in a way that makes it clear which side needs to be turned up for it to be inserted properly. (I hate drives that you have to try one way, and then the other, because you can't tell simply by looking at them which side should be turned up.) Finally, there is a molded, hole, in the curve at one end, to allow the drive to be carried on a key chain.The one negative I found, which is the reason this is a four-star and not a five-star review has to do with the software on the drive. There is an executable that I believe has to do with drive security. When I ran it, it recognized that there was an update for the program, downloaded the update, but then the update would not run.I paid full Amazon price for this flash drive. I wrote this review just to try to help others learn a little about it. I hope you found this review helpful. On the other hand, if you did not find this review helpful, I d be interested in hearing why, so that I can attempt to edit it and make it more helpful to both you and others. If you leave a comment on the review, suggesting how it would be more helpful, I promise to respond to your comment, and to attempt to incorporate your suggestion in my review, if it is at all possible for me to do so. My goal is to write reviews that help people, as I have been helped by the reviews others have written. Thanks! 4Miserable write speed Anyone that actually pays attention to the speed at which this drive writes to itself will tell you it s terrible. Now let me tell you, if you think it s terrible on usb 3.0, I m using it on an old usb 2.0 laptop.HOLY COW! It s like we re back in the early 2000 s. It gets about 4-5 MB s per second. All of my usb 2.0 drives are killing this thing. How does that work?Look elesewhere if you care about speed. 1NVIDIA SHIELD TV USERS BEWARE... TL;DR: This drive is 'teh s uck' / see bottom for alternative.I purchased the 128 GB drive to use in conjunction with my Nvidia Shield TV (16 GB). I chose this specific drive because it was one of the few drives that Nvidia recommends you use. Nvidia warns that using other drives may result in slower performance so you know there's some backroom handshaking going on between Nvidia and Sandisk. I connected the drive and set it to be used as internal storage. All seemed well, for one week, then the drive failed.. ..completely.. ..as in "He's dead, Jim!".. ..as in "This is an ex-thumb-drive".Points to make:1. The USB connector on this drive gets intensely hot when its plugged in.2. After the drive failed, I removed it from the Shield TV and tried to repair it using my PC. The drive is unreadable from Explorer, so I used "Diskpart.exe" (from a command prompt) to 'clean/create MBR/new primary' the drive and I noticed it took longer to complete than it should have.3. When I then tried to format it within Windows, it froze indefinitely.1+2+3 = Either the drive was faulty straight from the factory or using it as directed by Nvidia damaged it. Either way, I now own, well, ..nothing.Caveat emptor, people!Side note: The slide mechanism this drive employs to expose the connector is poorly designed as it doesn't sufficiently lock when extended. As a result, you need to keep your finger/thumb on the slide when plugging it in or it will retract into the sleeve during insertion.Suggestion: If you are looking for a better solution to expand storage for your Nvidia Shield TV, I recommend using the "VectoTech Rapid 128GB External SSD USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive" (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01JKMZ70G/). That is what I'm currently using and there hasn't been any issues. It may cost a bit more, but it is a dedicated SSD and because it connects with a cable, there's less chance of heat damage to the drive. 1Love the upgrade in transfer speeds from 2.0 I transfer tons of movies from my computer to my flash drive in order to play them on my NeoTv player. For a few years I have been using the standard USB 2.0 flash drives. I would find myself being annoyed by how long it was taking to transfer the movies on the 2.0.Last year I had bought a new laptop with a USB 3.0 port in it. I was so excited when I read that the 3.0 port was compatible with my 2.0 flash drives. I was ignorant to the fact that while the USB 2.0 drive would work fine in the 3.0 port, there would be no improvement in transfer speeds. Once again I was bummed.I found this flash drive on Amazon for a really good price and again I was excited. I thought there would be a noticeable improvement in transfer speed, but to be honest, I thought it would be minimal (again, my ignorance).When it arrived, I plugged this sucker in to transfer a movie and BAM! I was shocked at the difference in transfer speeds. I don't think I could ever go back to using USB 2.0. 5Runs hot, writes slowly - not recommended This drive runs unusually hot for a plastic flash drive. Even sitting without reading or writing while plugged into a USB extension cable, the USB connector gets uncomfortably hot. No other flash drive I've tried has this issue, although I understand that some metal cased ones also exhibit this behavior.The second problem is that writes are slow, painfully so for small files. I should have paid more attention to the reviews here stating this fact.After doing some research, I bought the SanDisk Extreme CZ80 64 GB flash drive as a replacement. It runs much cooler, and the write speed is 5 times as fast for large files and 20 times as fast for small files (this is with both drives formatted as NTFS). I was even able to pick it up on a Daily Deal for only $7 more than the Ultra CZ48, but even if you have to pay twice as much it's worth it in my opinion.I don't recommend the Ultra CZ48, but I highly recommend the Extreme CZ80. 1Not Optimized for Write Speed Good read speed USB 3.0 over 100 [MB/s] But performed poorly on the write speed 27.76 [MB/s] SanDisk says the Ultra isn't optimized for write speed and you should get the extreme version but I didn't see that anywhere on the package. 2Disappointing reliability/durability, 2 out of 2 drives failed. Ordered two of these drives on 5/24/2018, tried to use them on 5/30/2018 and both stopped working after a few minutes of use.Ran a disk benchmark on one drive, it went into "write protected mode" right afterwards.Tried the second drive and tried to format to NTFS, failed and went into "write protected mode" as well.From Sandisk's knowledge base:"Write protection errors occur when a flash drive detects a potential fault within itself. The drive will go into write-protected mode to prevent data loss. There is no method to fix this. "Here are the benchmarks ran before the drive failed:-----------------------------------------------------------------------CrystalDiskMark 3.0.4 x64 (C) 2007-2015 hiyohiyo Crystal Dew World : http://crystalmark.info/-----------------------------------------------------------------------* MB/s = 1,000,000 byte/s [SATA/300 = 300,000,000 byte/s] Sequential Read : 161.643 MB/s Sequential Write : 26.118 MB/s Random Read 512KB : 144.836 MB/s Random Write 512KB : 11.487 MB/s Random Read 4KB (QD=1) : 6.353 MB/s [ 1551.1 IOPS] Random Write 4KB (QD=1) : 1.387 MB/s [ 338.5 IOPS] Random Read 4KB (QD=32) : 6.897 MB/s [ 1683.8 IOPS] Random Write 4KB (QD=32) : 1.428 MB/s [ 348.5 IOPS] Test : 1000 MB [K: 0.1% (0.0/14.6 GB)] (x5) Date : 2018/05/30 14:50:35 OS : Windows 10 Professional [10.0 Build 16299] (x64) Sandisk Ultra USB3 16GB-----------------------------------------------------------------------CrystalDiskMark 5.0.2 x64 (C) 2007-2015 hiyohiyo Crystal Dew World : http://crystalmark.info/-----------------------------------------------------------------------* MB/s = 1,000,000 bytes/s [SATA/600 = 600,000,000 bytes/s]* KB = 1000 bytes, KiB = 1024 bytes Sequential Read (Q= 32,T= 1) : 143.576 MB/s Sequential Write (Q= 32,T= 1) : 16.331 MB/s Random Read 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 7.761 MB/s [ 1894.8 IOPS] Random Write 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 1.249 MB/s [ 304.9 IOPS] Sequential Read (T= 1) : 160.233 MB/s Sequential Write (T= 1) : 40.889 MB/s Random Read 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 7.383 MB/s [ 1802.5 IOPS] Random Write 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 0.890 MB/s [ 217.3 IOPS] Test : 1024 MiB [K: 0.1% (0.0/14.6 GiB)] (x5) [Interval=5 sec] Date : 2018/05/30 15:36:17 OS : Windows 10 Professional [10.0 Build 16299] (x64) Sandisk Ultra USB3 16GB 1Get the extreme Should've done a little research, but I thought the write speeds would be more than 10MB/sec. it reached 14MB/sec for a little bit that was maxed out. This was transferring music files to the drive.My SanDisk extreme is much better. I would highly recommend that one. Transferring the same music files it was above 50MB/sec the entire 12.2GB.Write speed is most important to me. I didn't even test the read speed. I don't care if it can potentially reach 100MB/sec according to the packaging. Any flash drive I had never had an issue deleting or moving files off of it, but when I want to put stuff on it, that's when I need a good fast flash drive. 4This is the last Sandisk flash drive I will ever purchase. Bought a set of two drives, one failed and went into write protected mode. According Sandisk customer support: "Write protection errors occur when a flash drive detects a potential fault within itself. The drive will go into write-protected mode to prevent data loss. There is no method to fix this. To verify the issue is related to the flash drive and not your computer we recommend that you try plugging the USB drive into another port on your computer. You should also try the drive on another computer if possible." Of the many flash drives that I've used over the years, this is the second drive that failed on me and also happened to be Sandisk. The first one had some corrupted memory sectors so my linux boot disk will not install. Ironically, I bought these drives to replace the one that was bad. I give it two stars for the one drive that is still working and will RMA the bad one.UPDATE 6/29/18: Returned the bad one and got a replacement from Sandisk. Trying to burn an iso and suprise!!..once again it is in write protected mode. So this is 2 for 2 in which I will drop from 2 to 1 star. I'm going to eat the cost just to throw these drives into the trash can. 1but all it takes is one bad experience to ruin a brand for you I normally don't write reviews, but all it takes is one bad experience to ruin a brand for you. I've bought several SanDisk products in the past and I think this is the first time I've had one brick on me, but after some research, this has been going on for a long time. SanDisk drives are prone to going into "Write Protected" mode where you can no longer add or remove any files to it. In other words, it becomes "Read Only" so you're stuck with with what's on there. I tried several methods of removing the write protection on my drive, but as listed on SanDisk's site, there's no way to remove it or reformat the drive. There is a flaw/bug in this specific drive itself. SanDisk knows about this and continues to sell them to uninformed customers. 1
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