Summary: I bought 2 of the Kingston 16GB Flash Drives. I have used one already for backup and didn't have any problem with it. Will use the other for backup this week and bring the first one out and try a restore from it. Satisfactory product and satisfactory purchase and delivery.
Summary: Plug and play..works like a charm on Windows XP (service pack 3) on a Dell Optiplex 755. Recognized easily and had no problems using this. have also used Kingston Travelmate jump drive before, this drive performs just as fast as my previous one.
Summary: I bought it instead of the G3 model because of free shipping. I thought a jump drive is a jump drive, and what matters is the huge 16GB storage inside. But I was wrong. First off, I have a hard time taking the black cap off the drive every single time.
Summary: I've been using this one for a bit over a two months now. No drama. It would have been 5 stars, but it came with crap ware that automatically executed when I plugged the drive into a USB port. I really hate those sorts of surprises.
Summary: This thing is huge! If your USB ports are very close together this will block the other port from being used. This is the true on my Macbook pro as well as my Dell laptop. Very inconvenient having to take something out so that you can plug this in.
Summary: I have other Kingston travel USB drives. I love their product. The only thing I would say is the drive is a little thick, so if you have a computer with very closely usb drive inputs, you can't put another USB drive next to it. It takes up too much room.