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Reddit mentions of SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 64GB USB 2.0 Low-Profile Flash Drive- SDCZ33-064G-B35

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SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 64GB USB 2.0 Low-Profile Flash Drive- SDCZ33-064G-B35
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Low-profile drive for notebooks, tablets, TV's and car audio systems64GB of Capacity in a tiny portable USB DriveGuard your data with SanDisk Secure Access softwareBuilt-in LED light to monitor drive's activity. Storage temperature: -10ºC to 70ºCUSB 2.0 compatible, Backed by a 5-year limited warranty
Height0.27 Inches
Length0.69 Inches
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Release dateNovember 2013
Size64 GB
Weight0.02 Pounds
Width0.5 Inches

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Found 39 comments on SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 64GB USB 2.0 Low-Profile Flash Drive- SDCZ33-064G-B35:

u/DDotJ · 42 pointsr/teslamotors

A few extras I recommend:

  • Dash Cam for sure, I recommend the Blackvue cameras.

  • The Abstract Ocean LED light upgrade The lights that come with the car are pretty weak, and they make a huge difference in the trunk.

  • Abstract Ocean Key Fob Covers which come in leather and silicon (I personally prefer the leather ones, I had both and the silicon didn't hold up very long for me)

  • If you have a large USB music collection, this Low Profile USB Storage Stick will hold your music and it won't stick out like a sore thumb (drive)

  • Model S and X don't come with spare tires, so this Tire Repair Kit from Tesla could come in handy if you have a small leak and don't have time to call roadside assistance

  • I sleep in my car from time to time, so I leave a Tesla Blanket (unfortunately looks like those are no longer available) and a sleeping bag in the frunk. It's very comfy

  • This flashlight has come in handy countless times, it's nice to carry around and it's powerful too

  • A first aid kit and a ResQMe Car Escape Tool which is a spring loaded window breaker and seat belt cutter.

    Congrats and enjoy your new car!

u/DynaBeast · 19 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Take the Sandisk Cruzer fit for example. It doesn't leave any extra space, and keeps the drive as small as possible. I thought this was a cool idea because it was so small; it'd be hard to break while it's plugged in and easy to stuff into say a pencil sharpener or other small crevice.

When I actually got it though, I realized that it was so small that it was fairly difficult to get a good grip on, and as a result nearly impossible to pull out of the slightly recessed usb ports on my desktop. I still have it, it's not a bad drive or anything. But I'd much sooner get something a bit bigger.

u/ComeAtMeFro · 8 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

The size is not an issue like it used to be. This 64 gig USB is about the same size for $8 more.

u/txgsync · 7 pointsr/DataHoarder

> I'm really trying to make the right decision when I move to Ubuntu 16.04 and ZFS is high on my list of decisions to make

Typing this on my Ubuntu 16.04 laptop right now running root ZFS :-)

For your root pool, there's really one correct decision to make: single drive, mirrored drive, or triple-mirrored drive? While you can install ZFS root to a RAIDz, there are many good reasons (too many to list today; I'm short on time) to not do so for your rpool.

I've lost the last two weekends playing with ZFS on root Ubuntu 16.04, and I am also on the architecture team that orchestrates & troubleshoots the world's largest farm of several thousand Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances. So hopefully that makes me slightly qualified to answer :-)

One of my favorite hidden gems of ZFS is "zfs set compression=lz4 (or on older pools, "lzjb")". In general, this dramatically speeds up reading and writing for most mixed-data zpools. By setting this on your "root" Ubuntu pool, you can use just a pair of cheap, tiny 8GB to 16GB USB memory sticks for your root pool, and you'll see the typical install size shrink by a factor of well over 2:1 without any noticeable CPU overhead (my root zpool usually requires around 8GB, excluding /home but including /var; it shrinks to around 2.5GB with lz4). If you set "atime=off" as well, this reduces writes to the device and often increases IOPS. Finally, "set xattr=sa" stores metadata about the block in the dnode instead of separately on disk, reducing IOPS further and accelerating access in a safe way.

Heck, if you're concerned about running out of space in your root zpool, install two 64GB USB sticks instead. You're out twenty bucks a stick, and these new tiny ones are very unlikely to catch and break on anything.

For the rest of your drives, it really depends upon your use case. If you plan to do large media storage and you're the only person using the array, RAIDz is probably just fine for the rest of the drives. Using a small, fast SSD as "SLOG" (Separate Log) will often make write performance a non-issue on a lightly-used RAIDz spindle-based array.

If you're using drives 3TB or larger -- particularly at 5400RPM! -- RAIDz resilver times become dangerously long. Around that point, if you're going to stick with RAIDz I usually suggest RAIDz2 for safety during resilvers.

All that said, I strongly prefer mirrors for all my zpools today on spindles. Read IOPS are identical to a stripe, writes are half that of a stripe, and resilver times are dramatically faster for mirror than RAIDz. Conversely, a RAIDz2 6-drive array boasts capacity only 17% larger than that of a mirror (when compared to the striped size), has 6x worse read IOPS and 3x worse write IOPS than a mirror. However, a RAIDz array offers at least twice the read throughput or mirror, which is important for single-writer cases like media storage and video editing where IOPS aren't really a concern.

Hope that helps!

Disclaimer: I'm an Oracle employee; my opinions do not necessarily represent those of Oracle or its affiliates.

u/etm33 · 5 pointsr/teslamotors

> This frees up room for a low profile USB stick like this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FJRS6QY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Pay the extra $4 and get this one:

Even if the car can't take advantage of USB3, your PC will...

u/ajpatel011235 · 3 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

Non weird looking version of the product page: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FJRS6QY

u/McSqueeb · 3 pointsr/technology

That is exactly what I got it for, and if you (see also: she) is comfortable with the screen size it would be perfect. The keyboard is solid for typing on, and it's bloody fast. I will note that with only 2GB of RAM I am worried about using Google Chrome but (and don't shoot me for saying it) Internet Explorer in Win8 is pretty fantastic.

I would definitely recommend investing in one of these if she plans to save local files instead of using OneDrive or Google Docs.

u/powercorruption · 3 pointsr/PS4
u/MrNagant · 3 pointsr/wiiu

To expand memory personally enjoy the size of these guys and they don't cost any more. That way you don't have an ugly fat stick sticking out.

u/FoxTrotW · 2 pointsr/teslamotors

I got a low-profile 2.4amp charger to plug into the 12v plug: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00M6QODH2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Charges the phone faster too.


This frees up room for a low profile USB stick like this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FJRS6QY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


u/Shrimp_guy · 2 pointsr/miniSNESmods

You just need this https://www.amazon.com/Degree-Angled-Adapter-Galaxy-Tablet/dp/B00M7XQ6O2. And of course a USB drive, then bam you are set. You could get a USB that's small like this and then it's not intrusive at all

u/sneakp07 · 2 pointsr/Xenoblade_Chronicles

Any pack will speed up loading of the game, but the basic is probably the most substantial of them all.

Also, you don't need a hard drive, a simple USB drive will work. Use a 64GB USB 2.0 drive. Compatible with the Wii U and what I currently have in the back of my system. Also, it's a super small drive, basically plug it in and forget about it. Currently around $20. Anyone with a Wii U should get this drive, very cheap and provides tons of space.


u/BADDINOROX99 · 2 pointsr/PlaystationClassic

definitely get yourself one I'd recommend target using the cartwheel deal from their app so you only end up paying 25 bucks mod it as for a USB that works I can guarantee this one SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 64GB USB... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FJRS6QY?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_shareworks I've been using it since day one of modding my ps classic and if you want a 2 player experience you can even mod it to support OTG I've installed over 100 games and testing them including dino crisis 1 and 2, parasite Eve 1 they run great. for price it's at right now you can't go wrong with a PS classic

u/bloodbond3 · 2 pointsr/ouya

Much like a Steam login, the owned game is attached to the account used, I believe; though I've not attempted to add another account to my OUYA. Will update when I test it out. As far as killer apps, here's my list of apps I can think of:

Before we start, I'd greatly advise you buy a USB Drive (32gb or 64gb). You can install games and store game ROMs and video on it. 8gb will not be enough, trust me.


  • Crunchyroll streaming for Anime and Asian Drama lovers.
  • XBMC: Media center that can play just about any audio file, video file, DVD ISO, and it also has plug-ins for YouTube, Twitch, 1Channel (for movie/TV show streaming) and a LOT more. XBMC essentially has its own ecosystem of add-ons for media. Well worth looking into IMO.
    • Pro tip: the version downloadable from the official website is better than the one currently posted to the OUYA store.
  • Netflix (Unofficial): You can finds and side-load the apk for Netflix and it streams in high quality. I love it.
  • Twitch: Self explanatory. Watch game streams. Good times.


  • Snes9X (SNES) and the ".emu" emulators (NES, Master Drive, Gameboy, etc.) are all made by the same dev. They are all free. He added a cool feature that can make the OUYA sync to a Wii Remote or Wii U Pro Controller. You can also set custom keymappings and visual styles.

  • I also bought SuperGNES, which is prettier and way simpler to use, but I can't map controls with it and it has to authenticate via internet to reactivate the paid features.
  • FPse (PlayStation 1): This one I recommend buying. It's well worth it and a great quality emulator. It has tons of features and, since you can link a PS3 controller wirelessly, it's way satisfying to play with an official controller.
  • Mupen64 (N64): This one takes some tinkering to get it running smoothly but it's a solid emulator.
  • PPSSPP (PSP, unofficial app): Tested it myself. It sadly can't smoothly upscale the graphics so when running smoothly it will look like a stretched PSP but it's still satisfying to play with a PS3 controller.


  • TowerFall Ascension: By far one of the must-haves on OUYA, this chaotic, 4-player game was the first exclusive to put OUYA on the map, games-wise.
  • Too Many Me: This game. Is so fun. It is a great platformer with an awesome art style and fun gameplay. It's available to try before purchasing.
  • Final Fantasy III: This game was well worth the money for me. It is a classic game that was only released in the U.S. for Nintendo DS, and smartphones at the time of OUYA's release. The OUYA was the first TV console release and it is such classic RPG fun.

  • Honorable mentions go to Whispering Willows, Neverending Nightmares, Amazing Frog?, You Don't Know Jack, The Cave, DubWars, Knightmare Tower, BombSquad, and so many others I probably can't think of. These are only the games I have played. The other high-rated games in the store are pretty great too.
u/OSC_E · 2 pointsr/lowendgaming

SanDisk Ultra Fit 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, or similar, if you have a USB 3.0 connection; SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 64GB USB 2.0, or similar, if not. Easy to leave in place without worrying about destroying the drive or port. I've had good experience with the SanDisk line of micro USB thumb-drives. I have one plugged in to my dash in the truck, another in a portable radio, and a third in a netbook. No issues. I use them to hold music mainly; but video, documents, pics, etc do just fine for storage/retrieval. You could go with portable HDD if you need a ton more room, they work for the same application(s) you just cannot plug it in and forget the way you can the micro thumb-drives.

You could get away with the same application on an SD card, though for video you will want to check and see what SD bus speed your rig supports. The latest, UHS II, has throughput comparable to USB 3.0 thumbdrives/HDDs.

If you are thinking of trying to load games on an external device you will want to look at external SSD's. They have the best throughput based on your available connection type (3.0, C, Thunderbolt). USB 3.0 SSD's have about 4x the transfer rate of 3.0 HDDs. They are rather pricey though.

u/Zoneur · 1 pointr/france

J'ai pris cette carte et cette clef.

J'étais aussi attiré par le principe de ne pas perdre ses ROM et scraps en voulant réinstaller la recalbox, mais vu la lenteur du démarrage et des jeux, si j'avais su j'aurais pris une grosse flash et copié les ROM sur un disque externe au cas où.

u/thecheat1 · 1 pointr/Toyota

I use this flash drive in my Tundra and it works great. It easily holds all of my music and it's SUPER tiny. However, when Windows recognizes it you only have two options to format it in, exFAT and NTFS. Neither of these work with the Tundra's Entune system.

Here's the fix

Click on the picture to download the program, then format your USB drive to FAT32 using that program and bam, it should now work with Entune.

Keep in mind there are some pretty stupid restraints on file names, number of folders, etc. so it's best to just dump your music in there and let the Entune system detect the tags and sort it itself.

u/SoraHjort · 1 pointr/miniSNESmods

Had to run a benchmark tool since the specs are oddly not online. This USB drive results was between 10 and 20 MB/s for reading, averaging about 13MB/s for files above 256KB.

Writing was to 0.02MB/s 4 MB/S, again averaging about 3MB/S for files above 256KB

The oddity of the speed changes past that makes me question the benchmark tool since it takes a cliff dive after that. Running now on a different port. Still, at the higher file size rates I would think that would be quick enough.

u/ratherplaydead · 1 pointr/chromeos

I bought this
and it works amazing. It's more than enough storage for some movies/tv shows and music (if I'm not around wifi)
I've got an Acer C720 (i3 and 4GB of RAM) and the Acer Chromebook 13 (Tegra K1 and 4gigs of RAM) and it's awesome. It's slim enough to easily slip into the sleeves I have and not protrude enough to be caught on anything.

u/AliveThrouDeath · 1 pointr/wiiu

I'd prefer the size of this one.

u/HerculesKabuterimon · 1 pointr/wiiu

So here's what I got in limited play so far.

This one works pretty well so far, I just loaded the game though, and played DKC: TF. No level lag, it loaded fine. (maybe even faster than it normally does) and it transferred the 11gbs in around 10 minutes or so I think.

u/crackness · 1 pointr/techsupport


That's probably as close as you're going to get. Chances are its impossible to find exactly what youre looking for because USB ports are more valuable on a laptop than not having having to replace your HDD/ssd for additional space.

If you're feeling brave enough, you can try and make your own out of one of those, but it probably won't be easy.

BTW I'd love to see what you're talking about with regards to the microsd gizmo that fits in the wider half of the USB slot.

u/mr_mooses · 1 pointr/MINI

I think she could organize music in a music folder which the mini would be able to read as a normal flash drive. She then could also remotely manage that data from her smartphone ie adding/deleting music. The mini might not like that while it's plugged in though, and you might have to remove and reinsert it so that the mini re-indexes it.

It should work as a regular usb connection, with the added benefit of the wifi sharing managment.

IMO I'd get something like this and just load it up and forget about it. It's super small so it won't get caught or stuck on anything.

u/bwump · 1 pointr/mac

I bought a tiny (physical size) usb flash drive. Called a Sandisk fit. 64gb for under £20. Sure it sticks out a little but i just keep it in all the time. Its not big enough to snag on anything and it doesnt affect fitting in the sleeve i have for it.


u/magic8ball88 · 1 pointr/CarAV

A flash drive should be fine in that temperature. Basically any large manufacturer will be fine for flash memory. Sandisk makes nice drives though, one of these low profile ones would be great for car use. If 64GB isn't enough they also make 128gb ones, but they aren't low profile.

u/vorin · 1 pointr/infiniti

Only phones with Android 5.0 Lollipop officially support outputting audio through USB, and I have my doubts that that your stereo could receive that.

Otherwise, connecting an android phone via USB will only allow you to play music stored on the phone, and only if the head unit accepts the MTP (Media Transfer Protocol,) which is what all Android phones use since version 4.x (Ice Cream Sandwich.)

Older android phones show up as Mass Storage Devices, which your head unit almost certainly supports, but this is no more useful that just plugging in a super small flash drive into that USB slot, like this one or this.

u/jessej421 · 1 pointr/wiiu

I would get some external storage. I've heard the BOTW update alone takes up all the remaining space on the 8GB model.

I would just get a 64GB slim USB flash drive. Like this one for $13:

Another option is if you have an old laptop lying around, you can remove the 2.5" HDD and put it in a $8 enclosure with a y cable. That's what I did and it's been working great for 4 years. Here's the enclosure I am using (includes the y cable):

u/misteriousm · 1 pointr/teslamotors

I bought this https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00FJRS6QY?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

It is absolutely minimal and almost invisible. At the same time it records everything properly.

Btw, You don't need 128gb imho, at least yet.

u/hkibad · 1 pointr/teslamotors

It was Tesla's dashcam that was doing the corrupting. An update has since came out that has fixed it.

I've been using this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FJRS6QY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_cA3zCb3YGS76Y

When dashcam first came out, it was getting corrupted. After the update I haven't had any problems.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hmmm, let me think here. A guy into games and technology must have a thumb drive, right? I got the Cruzer Fit on amazon a while ago. It is amazing and you can get up to 64gb on one. It kinda sounds like it should be a car with the name. I got 16gb since I don't transport much data (was cheaper too) and it is the tiniest tech thing I own. I am definitely going to get another one of the tiny ones when the time comes I lose the one I have or something. You should also look into a Contigo water bottle. They are awesome and don't leak and only let water through while you are holding a button down so you don't spill on your keyboard. Or, if you are like me, you won't pour water all over yourself by accident.

I am a 24/F job-floater looking for full-time work. I graduated over a year ago in double honors and haven't had any luck finding a job or fighting off depression. I have a potential job lined up when September rolls around though, so I have hopes. I am an artist as well, but haven't had much time to pursue the creation part of my life lately since I have been sick (I had MRSA and am still on antibiotics) and overwhelmed. I would mostly like either the 12 pack of Olivella bar soap or the pillow encasements from my wish list. I have pretty bad allergies and eczema and the soap is one of the few things I am not allergic to in the shower.

Welcome to our gifting network! Thank you for the competition!

u/gonzolahst · 1 pointr/gadgets

/u/IcouldFuckAnOyster is being a dick about it, but they're right. I honestly could care less what it looks like, as long as it fits as discreetly as this. The thing you posted wouldn't work for that.

u/squrr1 · 1 pointr/mac

You mean something like this, only in USB-C?

I don't think anyone has figured it out yet. Perhaps the reversibility or smaller size is making it hard to adapt to C. Either way, I've never seen one in the wild.

Is this small enough for your needs?