Summary: Work great, almost too small though. I lost one for a few days then found it under my laptop in its case. Wish they came with a lanyard of some sort, there is a hole for one i just need to find some suitable cord.
Summary: I bought this for three reasons. One reason was because of the size. If I use a normal size drive in my truck, it will most likely get destroyed. I know since my dog destroyed my last full size one. Another reason is because of the price. $26 for this name brand 64GB flash drive isn't too bad and Kingston is a decent brand. I really bought it for use in my shop to use in the Pyle radio I also bought along with this USB drive. So far, so good.
Summary: Not even 63 billion (decimal) bytes. Still value for money, but annoying and significantly short of what it claims.. A little faster than the Cruzer Fit. Not a speed demon, but ok. For some reason it refuses to be formatted as FAT32, only exFAT or NTFS. Neither of which can be read by my intended host device. Overall, it works, and value is ok, but with some drawbacks.