Pros: Nice, reliable, decent price. Have had very good luck with ADATA products in the past (5 years +)
Cons: The plug is a tight fit in all of the computers I've used (5). Eventually, the drive comes apart. No damage . . . just have to Gorilla glue it back together. This has happened to 3 drives so far. I imagine this problem will exist on all models using this type of enclosure, regardless of capacity.
Pros: First, it’s a flash drive that does everything Adata states it will. I own three of various sizes, 16, 32, and 64. As for speed, it varies from one PC to another. Who made the MB / drivers seems the variable. It’s faster on my laptop with an i5, 8 GB than my desktop with a six core AMD FX-6350 wi...
Summary: Update to my review from Oct. 19, 2011. Purchased in Sept. 2011, have been using it on average 5-7 times a week.Still fast transfer speeds and still functioning perfectly like the day I bought it. Have used it for multiple Linux portable OS's and never a problem.
Summary: I really like this jump drive as I use it all the time. Did you ever think that you'd outgrow a 32GB flash drive? I didn't but have. This thing is fast and I'm 100% surprised I haven't lost the cap as it's a bit of a pain. Great fast product would buy again but in a larger size!
Summary: I was going to skip writing this review because there are so many others that speak highly of this drive, but some of the lower ratings left the reader with an erroneous impression that I thought, to be fair to the product and not allow it to get trashed by those lacking knowledge, that I go ahead...
Pros: Rugged, high-quality construction Durable materials