Seagate Pocket Drive 5.0GB

SiSoft Sandra + Transfer Test

Page <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 12/09/06
Author: Llwyd Johnson
Service From: Seagate

SiSoft Sandra

For the Sandra benchmark i used the removable storage benchmark.


SiSoft results
(click to enlarge)

The drive performed admirably with a result rivalling, if not beating, the majority of high quality flash drives.

Transfer Test

For this test i transfered a 2GB folder containing video to the device and timed it. I repeated it 3 times and took an average:

Result: 5 minutes 50 seconds

Onward to the next page for the conclusion...

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Most Recent Comments

12-09-2006, 08:30:52

Its up and its my first review, so aim all constructive critisizm this way and ill get it sorted asap. enjoy the read


12-09-2006, 08:33:04

Good job.

Theres two page 6 buttons though.

And i want my flash drive back.Quote

12-09-2006, 08:35:58

Shame the drive shows as removable storeage rather than a harddrive, like my iRiver does.

Good review llwyd; got the link from the RSS feed anounce

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12-09-2006, 08:41:01

lol hold your horses boys and girls, its not meant to be active yet Quote

12-09-2006, 09:50:46

All good now Quote

12-09-2006, 16:51:30

Kempez, the first image on page 5 cannot be enlarge as the other pictures.

firefox ask me if i want to save the image or open it.

otherwise it looked good Quote

13-09-2006, 02:36:37

Well done Llwyd on a very respectable review. The only criticism I'd make if I may, is the quality of some of the pics. Some seem a little hazy or just out of focus. And when taking pics where there is reflective plastic; try taking a pic on a slight angle so the flash doesn't appear in the middle of the pic. But, an awesome first effort regardless...Keep up the good work Quote

13-09-2006, 14:02:52

Nice one llwyd, good review. Still not something I would carry due to its capacity - for documents - 1gb flash stick - for bulkier files there are better (40gb) Hard Drives that are as easily carried.


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