Summary: I only realized the damage made to it when I couldn't fit it into USB ports anymore. This USB flash drive lived mostly in my pocket or my backpack but after only 3 weeks it looked like it had been a regular at an underground USB fight club.
Summary: Great USB flash drive for the $$$. It came formatted FAT32, but Windows had trouble reading and writing to it until I did a full (non-quick) format. I bought the 32GB version. The speed for the drive is 19MB/s writes and 27MB/s reads (USB2) - as tested with ATTO.
Summary: I'm a little puzzled that people downgrade so heavily for issues I see as cosmetic. The metal casing held up after being carried in my pocket every day for almost a year; I don't use a keychain so the size of the key-hole is not important to me.
I bought this to replace my sandisk orbit that I ...
Bradly B., Amazon
23 March 2015
Summary: I bought this to replace my sandisk orbit that I had carried on my keychain for about 2 years now. The orbit was made of plastic and eventually started to break down. While this one lacks the style points the orbit had, it is made of metal and is also USB 3.0, so I think it will last longer.
Summary: I bought the 64GB DTM30 to replace my 32GB SE9 which became completely dead and unformattable/uneraseable by just disconnecting it when my computer hanged and reset during writing to the drive, which I am now fearing I will face again at some point if it's that easy to completely and permanently...
Summary: They are not kidding when they say "mini"!! I felt like a dork when I first opened the package - thought I had accidentally ordered mini-usbs, but no! They are for normal USB ports, just seem too small...love them!