Summary: I own 3 of these Kingston DataTraveler flash drives purchased 1, 2 and 4 years ago, and they have all been very reliable with quick transfer speeds. I use them daily for storing precious family photos and have never had a problem with any of them.
Summary: I bought this a year or two ago, I use it periodically for college work, and miscellaneous stuff like transferring video games from device to device. After atleast two consecutive years of use, it is still trucking. Great deal for the money.
Summary: This flash drive is pretty good. The only issue I have with this flash drive is the difficulty to get the little guy to open and close. Mostly the closing part. It makes me worried that I might one day break it. The other issue I have with it is that the usb end is exposed to possible dust; hopefully that's not too big of an issue.
Summary: Formatted it and used it to save some stuff before working on a system. When done, reformatted it and used it to save a system image inside the case. The reviews indicated a tolerance to temperature issues and pocket dust.
Pros: I read the reviews and Kingston's responses before I bought it.
Summary: If you're looking for more than the ugly flash drives they sell at your local Walmart, this is it. This thing looks cool. The sliding action is nice, and it has a hook for connecting to a keychain, lanyard, or backpack. If you are a student, this is an invaluable feature. The capacity is as stated. What more can you ask for?