Summary: I purchased and paid for 13 units as published but I received only 8. This caused me to pay custom fees for the total amount of the invoice (considerable amount of money lost) and submit a claim to American Express for my money back. Too bad!
Summary: I have tried two back up apps (Apple's Time Machine & Lacie's Intego) and neither will allow this disk to be backed up. I formatted it for Mac OSX. I wonder if this is really a disk drive or just a big flash. Otherwise it is a nice light small drive - good for travel.
Summary: This product is configured to look like a jump drive and Windows 7 reports its type as a removable drive. No where in the specs does it tell you that. I purchased this to store video in real time from my security system. The software does not support jump drives so the SSD will not work.
Summary: When empty, the performance was decent (but nowhere near the MFR claims). After using it for a few weeks and filling it almost half way, performance, especially write performance, has decreased substantially. Based on my experience, I would not recommend this product.
Summary: i purchased this flash drive at a local store and have regretted it within days, after using sandisk drives ever since my first 256m drive, i am very disappointed in this drive. first i thought a flash drive is just like any other drive, boy was i wrong.
Summary: I buy almost everything on Amazon using Amazon Prime, so that I don't have to pay for shipping or worry about returns. Returns have always been very easy. However, you only get a partial refund for returning this item and have to pay for shipping and return shipping.
Summary: I've got a ton of Lexar's and Adata's and 3rd world country cheapo USB's. They all toast this thing. It's got average speeds (big or small files) so why get it when it's built so bad? Their other products (I.E. black sliders) are far better built. Why did they make this thing?
Pros: Well, it works. Sounds like you sometimes get a dud. Mine works even in pieces.
Cons: It's built about as cheap as one could get away with- it's thin, flimsy plastic, that can be pulled apart with finger nails and light pressure. Top and back are kept together with flimsy side clip. Inside slider is flexible plastic even more flimsy than exterior as it flexes- YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED...
Summary: I purchased this hard drive because I had another one just like it that had broken and I used this one to repair it. I do not believe the device was defective. I think the design is just not a good one. The USB port had a little connector inside that broke off of the last one.