Pros: So far (30 days) no problems with performance. This seems like a good, solid, high-capacity drive at a good price. I wanted to post this note to say how I fixed the cap problem on my unit. Originally, the cap almost seemed designed to fly off. That's because the two ridges inside the cap that sho...
Summary: I bought this ADATA 64GB drive for my dad for Christmas, along with a promise to transfer the old photos/docs/data from his very aged (8 years old?) computer onto his new Dell XPS 8500. It took "forever" to copy all the files (about 6GB) from the old computer onto this ADATA drive.
Pros: Fast when used with a USB 3.0 computer! Slim: probably won't interfere with ajacent USB ports. Solid feel. No problem with the cap clicking onto either end. Newegg price and service! Great, as always!
Cons: (minor gripe) No lanyard. This appears to be the modern standard though...
Summary: Unless you're regularly copying files of a ridiculous size, this will more than do the job at very, very fast write speeds. As others have reported, the read speed is way faster than you need for high definition movies at 1080p 30fps. For under $50, this is a steal including the long warranty.
Pros: Very close to average sized usb key drive Good construction Reasonably attractive or nondescript Has room for a key ring if desired Excellent speed for a ridiculously low price
Cons: Wish it were faster but you get much more than you pay for
Summary: The cap molding die is off. There are two nibs that should fit into two detents on the drive. The cap cannot be put on far enough for these nibs to seat. If you evenly rub the bottom of the cap on a file or sandpaper so as to remove some of the bottom on the cap, it will seat as intended.
Summary: Electrical engineers must have designed the cap. Out of the package it is as good as lost. Me I threw it away immediately, substituting a plastic, friction fit USB protection cover from another device or cable (who knows what it originally protected). The friction fit cover stays on in my pocket.