Intenso Speed Line Review
At no more than $15, this USB delivers an under the market experience. Under the market when it comes to USB 3.0, that is. But itâ€™s not that bad, really. It scores a read of 80 mbps, which is quite fine if you donâ€™t count the write, which goes as high as 18 mbps. At any rate, weâ€™ve yet to break the light barrier and weâ€™ve barely broken the sound barrier, so thereâ€™s really no rush.
If we go to the random 4k test, we get a solid 0.8 in write ( which is awesome ) and a 2.5 in read which is also awesome. But Iâ€™ve seen better. So itâ€™s under the market line just in sequential. And Iâ€™ve had more uses for USBâ€™s that way, rather then getting pictures on them.
Anyway, the design is pretty much what youâ€™d expect : rectangular, pretty sturdy and sober. Itâ€™s your average USB that looks like an USB and behaves like an USB should. The only colour variety Iâ€™ve seen is black, but I wouldnâ€™t go as far as saying there arenâ€™t any other colours out there. Although, as far as Iâ€™ve seen in regards to this drive doesnâ€™t go out of the line with artifices and innovation Â of any nature.