Summary: The drive itself is quite long. Transfers a 5gb file in under 5 minutes. The cap is extremely loose and is prone to loss. The aluminum case makes it extremely durable. The switch from USB 2.0 to 3.0 is light and day. Best price to performance, best value for storage and ultimately, the cheapest USB 3.0 64gb drive out there.
Pros: Fast, inexpensive and good build quality
Cons: Cap is poorly designed. It comes off extremely easily.
Summary: Incredibly useful. I needed to transfer all the movies I had stored on my PS3 back to my PC, and while my PS3 obviously doesn't have USB3, my PC does and it made transfers a breeze, I filled up the entire drive with video files and I barely felt like I had to wait at all for them to transfer over to my PC.
Summary: I am very pleased with this purchase. I did some speed tests with my USB3 motherboard, with a large movie file stored on a local drive. I was able to consistently get 90MB/sec write speed and read speeds were between 120MB/sec up to 185MB/sec. I'm totally stoked on this thing!
Pros: Fast!!!! They aren't lying about the speed benchmarks!
Summary: for those who reads this, and read the previous comments complaints about "not advertized speed", those people do not understand their computer and pen drive very well, below are my reasons as to why. -Adata tested their product in their manufacture state, meaning they use their usb 3.0 controller, different usb 3.0 driver developed by different company which leads to better performance, and most people can't even grasp how much difference it would make.
Pros: almost as accurate as advertized speed.
Cons: could be better quality, too long? a bit too expensive as USB 3.0 drives cost should drop down soon.