Outstanding transfer speeds up to 80MB/s (4x faster than the Ultra USB 2.0 Flash Drive) for faster copying and sharing of files^High capacities allow storage of all your memory intensive files, including HD video, high-res images, music, office documents and more!^Included free SanDisk SecureAccess Software keeps private files private with 128-bit encryption and password protection^Quality NAND memory, housing and retractable metal connector for ultra reliability and endurance^USB 3.0 enabled, though also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 Transfer files up to four times faster than with USB 2.0 drives Transferring large files such as high-resolution photos, HD3 videos, presentations, and graphic files from your flash drive to your computer can mean a long wait if you’re using a USB 2.0-enabled flash drive. The SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive features transfer speeds of up to 80MB/s – four times faster than USB 2.0 drives – to minimise the time you spend waiting. Share securely Store and share files on the drive securely with SanDisk SecureAccess software, which keeps your sensitive files private. View larger Portable storage for photos, videos, songs, and more Compact and portable, the SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive lets you easily store, transfer, and share your files anywhere you go. The drive includes 16GB of storage space, so you have ample room for all your photos, videos, music, and work documents. Password-protect your files With SanDisk SecureAccess software, you can secure your private files in a password-protected folder while keeping your other files available to share. With 128-bit AES encryption, the drive keeps your sensitive files private, even when you share it with friends. How much can you store? Storage capacity table Choosing the right capacity very much depends on the type of file you want to store. Full HD3 videos, for instance, take up much more room than a simple snapshot. Music files vary in size depending on the format they’re saved in. To help you make the right selection, this matrix uses typical file sizes to illustrate how much each capacity is likely to store.