Summary: Actually I just decided to write a review about it, after my mom accidentally washed the usb drive along with the shorts they were in. I dried it and it still works fine! It fell out and got stuck between the rubber parts, so it didn't go into the dryer :). So it is quite durable and possibly waterproof. All in all it works as well as any usb drive. It's quite fast, but not as fast as USB3 was promised to be.
Summary: - I use this to transfer files from computer to computer mainly and the transfer speeds look to be faster than my older USB2.0 devices
Pros: - Got it on sale so the price was great for a 16GB at the time, - USB3.0 and using it to transfer files, it does look to be a lot faster than USB2.0 but I do not have definitive speed tests to back that up
Cons: - Size of the drive is bigger than the average at this day in age, - Design is pretty plain and no frills
Summary: I tested speeds using Ubuntu's Disk Utility. I was quite surprised when this drive tested close to what the manufacturer stated in USB 3.0: Minimum read rate: 84.7 MB/s Maximum read rate: 92.0 MB/s Average read rate: 88.9 MB/s The manufacturer states 90 MB/s...for all intents and purposes this does meet it.
Pros: USB 3.0, Read speed actually tests very close to rated speed, Cheap, Reads fast even in USB 2.0, Capless
Cons: Poor write speed in both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0, No drive activity light, Flimsy construction
Summary: I've have had an unfortunate experience with this product. Read speed through USB 3 is very good; however, in less than 1 month, 2 of these have died on me. I have yet to have a USB flash drive die on me before, none of them have been ADATA though (I still have 32MB USB sticks still working). ADATA's warranty service have been understanding, this second RMA they agreed to cross-ship.
Summary: Picked 2 of these on sale and they work fine. As said before , fast enough for USB3 but guess other drives might be faster. Fast enough for my uses as often it gets written at USB 3 and then read at USB 2 speeds.