Summary: I bought one to backup my phone - but the write rate is very slow - and takes forever. So instead I'm using it in my car for music. The small size allows it to sit nicely in my car usb port - without sticking out too far.
Summary: Great little drive. Tested using atto on Win7 x64 SP1 on USB 3.0 port with data being provided by OCZ Vertex 3 SSD. Read: ~22MB/sec Write: ~12MB/sec Using CDM 3.0.3 x64 Seq Read: 21.35MB/sec Seq Write: 12.61MB/sec 512k read: 22.67MB/sec 512k write: 0.307MB/sec 4k read: 5.536MB/sec 4k write: 0.003MB/sec Faster than the usual cheap datatraveler drives.
Pros: -small, -light, -dual connectors (micro usb and full usb), -worked on my android devices (nexus 5, nexus 7 2013), -cheapest 32GB combo drive I have found ($14.99), -no cap to lose
Cons: -cap can get in the way of some cases. No issues on a spigen ultra hybrid for nexus 5 however, -write speeds could be faster, -can be easily lost due to small size., -heats up quickly
Excerpt: Alot of todays smart phones are moving away from removable storage (SDCARDS). It's been shown that using old class 2 and 4 sdcards really slows down a modern smartphone (About 300%). This OTG Flash Drive is a Great alternitive to the old removable storage. 16GB will easly hold all the pictures from your phone and free up a bunch of space. It's also really nice for the Developer type's who Flash custom files to the phone.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Fast, Portable, Reliable
Summary: This little puppy does a great job working with my Galaxy Nexus and my desktop. It is super small and has decent speeds. Only downside is there isn't a cover of the standard USB end, only the micro USB has a cover.
Pros: works with both my cell phone and my desktop
Summary: Neat little memory stick that can be used on a PC and direct on any Phone/Tablet that supports (micro) OTG. Very small unit, can be added to your bunch of keys. "Cap" protects the OTG connector. USB connector is not covered, but normal casing covers it reasonably adequately - though I have added a USB end cap from an old USB stick. Comes Fat32 formatted, remember that a lot of OTG units can't read NTFS. So consider if considering reformatting, for files over 2GB.
Summary: I was originally going to purchase another OTG USB drive, but it was sold out. Decided to try this one, as the price was terrific for such a tiny, versatile 32GB drive. Works well with my Nexus 7 and is perfectly sized for travel. As someone previously stated, a cap for the standard-sized USB end would be nice, but it's definitely not a deal-breaker. This drive is worth a look if you need OTG storage!