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Transcend JetFlash has figures after word JetFlash. 700, 760, 780, 790. What does this figures mean?
 

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They're model #s. Compare here : Jet Flash
 
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Go to the link in Post #2 for info.
 

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I have read products comparison at Transcend

JetFlash 780, 750, 720 have Flash Type MLC NAND flash.

What Flash Type have JetFlash 910, 820, 810, 790, 760, 710, 700/730?
 

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X out 920 on far right and you'll "Show All Products" on upper left of Transcend.
 
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X out 920 on far right and you'll "Show All Products" on upper left of Transcend.
Corday, thank you.

In row Flash Type: in JetFlash 910, 820, 810, 790, 760, 710, 700/730 there are hyphens instead of information. How do you think why?
 

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Looks like site problems. Since there are over 20 online and another 20 in store options in Russia, mostly chains so really hundreds, why not just go into one and get face to face answers?
 

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Corday, thank you.

Transcend JetFlash 920, 910, 780, 750, 720, 820, 810, 790, 760, 710, 700/730.

Which of these flash drives is the best?
 

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Based on capacity. What size do you need? I would sooner buy SanDisk 128GB.
 
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I'd still go with SanDisk
 
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IMO it's reliable. More so than most others. Also speed. It does vary among brands.
 
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IMO it's reliable. More so than most others. Also speed. It does vary among brands.
Corday, thank you. I took into attention.

I contacted Transcend. I wrote to them that I read in the flash drive comparison table Transcend that the JetFlash 780, 750, 720 flash memory type is MLC. Next I asked what type of flash memory does the JetFlash 910, 820, 810, 790, 760, 710, 700/730 have?

Transcend replied: JetFlash 910, 820, 810, 790, 760, 710, 700/730 flash memory type is TLC.

Corday, how do you think why Transcend in the flash drive comparison table Transcend in the Flash Type row for JetFlash 910, 820, 810, 790, 760, 710, 700/730 replaced TLC with dashes?
 

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Since we do not work for Transcend we have no clue why they decided to use dashes in their table.

SLC = Single-Level Cell (1 bit per cell)
MLC = Multi-Level Cell (2 bits per cell)
TLC = Triple-Level Cell (3 bits per cell)
QLC = Quad-Level Cell (4 bits per cell)
PLC = Penta-Level Cell (5 bits per cell)
 
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