Excerpt: Someone at the manufacturer need to get a job well done! If other companies understood how folks use their jump drives they would copy this design. Whatever you do don't change design continue to make them hold more data but whatever you do DON"T CHANGE THE DESIGN.
Excerpt: I used on of these recently to back up a few large photo shoots. It is nice that you can put so many photos on one small drive. It is not super fast in the uploading of photos, as flash drives go. But the compact size and durability will continue to make this a favorite of mine for storage of photos. FYI my back-up process includes a back-up on at least two external drives and two flash drives.
Pros: Compact, Easy To Manage, Easy To Set Up, Highly Compatible, large capacity
Cons: Item bricked after 2 months of work. Fell into a "read-only" mode. I have tried to erase the device via Mac, Windows, and finally Ubuntu (Linux). Nothing works. I was told with a copy of my receipt I could mail the item back to Kingston but it has sensitive data on it that cannot be erased, but can be copied. There is no guarantee my data will be protected during shipping nor if Kingston does manage to fix the drive. It will be burned during the next bonfire. 20$ is n...
Excerpt: I like the fact that this is so tiny. I use them a lot for work, so I can have multiple drives that don't take up a lot of space. Also, as photographer who shares a lot of photos with clients, I like the design for delivering stills, because it's nice, clean and provessional. Never had one of these fail on me.