a good product if you do not desire password protection
31 March 2014
Summary: The Verbatim USB 2.0 8 gb drives are easy to use. This product does NOT have the option of password protection, which is the reason that I gave it only 3 stars. It is excellent for photos, music, etc. I think the option to password protect a USB should be available for all products and leave it up to the user whether or not to invoke the option.
Great Speed, but with A lot of Connection Problems.
Liolania "In2Jesus", Amazon
6 January 2011
Summary: EDIT 6/16/13: I had so many issues with this drive I eventually had to trash it, in fact, it stopped working all together due to the connection issues, did not think to contact customer support... So I can't vouch for how they would have helped. :( ___________________________________________________ ORIGINAL REVIEW: I got this hard drive to for my husband to replace his old USB 2.0 hard drive which he had had for 4yrs, and has been quite beaten up, and I wanted to give...
Summary: I ordered this SSD based on four criteria: price, capacity, read MBps, and write MBps. The first drive I received was DOA, so I needed to do an exchange, but amazon is always great about that. So far I'm satisfied with this drive, however there are a couple things that I find odd: 1. The drive is bulky for an SSD; I had to use the bottom screw holes on the drive when mounting it to my Thinkpad W510's hard drive tray. 2.
Summary: This is a nice little flash drive. It's not too expensive but quite fast for the price. It may lack some of the high end security features but is great for exchanging things like photos where security is not a major concern. Often you need an inexpensive and efficient little flash drive containing photos from a birthday party or BBQ that you can hand to friends and family. Many times you never see that flash drive again.....
Summary: This is a good product at a very reasonable price, but I have had problems with it not linking to the computer. I have the computer set to back up to the drive each day, but sometimes it has not backed up because the drive has failed to connect. I have had to take out the USB cable and reconnect it a number of times to get it to work.
Summary: Bought this to use with my laptop back and forth to work. No problem plugging it into Win7 recognised first time, and files transferred without any issues. However in the 6 months I have owned it I have discovered that the cable is very temperamental, and just the slightest movement of the laptop or drive will cause it to drop out and then reconnect, which means that if I am watching something, or listening to music, it stops, dropbox needs to be manually reconnected...