Summary: I don't own this drive. I would never buy this drive at this price. Ridiculous.
Pros: Physical Size?
Cons: You can buy a SATA III 64 GB SSD for $1 more than this drive costs. (Just go to the internal SSD section and order by price: lowest to highest!). Unless you seriously want to squeeze something into an embedded build, spend the extra dollar one your cache drive, it's bigger, faster, and better. Yo...
Summary: For the price this is a great buy. Purchased two(2) of these for askterisk PBX server installs. Used to load operating system. Used hot glue gun to stick / mount in one location. Lets see how they hold up and reliability
Summary: This thing does exactly what it's made for. I used it as the boot drive for a FreeNAS system and it works perfectly. Tucked it out of the way n the case, left drive bays free for NAS storage drives.
Summary: We use a couple of these in two vyatta servers in our server farm. They are big and fast enough for that (though not very fast, and not big enough to install ubuntu on). Not had any problems with them besides long delivery delays.
Other reviewer didn't take into account other things.
11 June 2013
Summary: I do not own this like i said before but the other reviewer didnt take into account the physical material used to make it, its not just about space, but its about the physical product and whether or not its quality, which i'm sure it is quality, and also the price to manufacture and the price of the...
Cons: Really, 2GB? That's $16 for 1GB. Considering that for other SSDs, the price per GB is about $1.50 to $4. You can just spend $10 more for an ADATA Premier Pro that gives you 32GB. That's $1.45 per GB. There's other fish in the sea.
Summary: Wer ein gutes schnelles günstiges Flash Drive sucht ist hier genau richtig. Ich nutze es als offline speicher für eine Ramdisk und bin sehr zufrieden. Zum einbau in nen Desktop PC einfach die liefer tüte drum lassen und in den rechner kleben :-)