For anyone who cares about the look of their USB and doesn't mind people ask them about it.
5 August 2014
Summary: I had it stolen by some kid that thought it looked cool. So that's testament to how aesthetically good looking it is. It's a bit pricy for the amount of GBs you're getting but you're paying for the look of it. Great if you care about the look of you USB.
Summary: I have an earlier model of this kind of LaCie key which I am very happy with. I got this one for my wife, and it stopped working after several weeks. This could be bad luck, but it is not a good outcome.
Summary: I was looking for a keyring USB drive to carry with me, and LaCie USB worked really well. It looks and is claimed to be rugged - i have yet to test this out thoroughly but knowing that it is, means it can take a beating (and even a dip in the water) without being damaged. I also like the private lock storage it has when you download the drivers. You can setup an encrypted vault in the key up to 4GB, enough for sensitive documents with a strong password.
Summary: Poorly made and did not last being on my key ring. I had so many photos of kids that i saved on the key as well as business related documents then out of the blue one day it just stopped working, trying recovery tools and storage recovery services and nothing could recover it.. all data lost. I thought it was just mine but then my coworker told me he had already had two of them replaced by lacie because of the same issue...not impressed, would not recommend.
Summary: While the idea is great, the idea needs more thought. When you stick it in your USB port, the end really sticks out and can cause the key to bend and possibly damage the port. I will stick with a small USB drive with a flexible band instead!
Summary: This thing fits perfectly on a keychain, and unlike plastic USB keychain drives will not break after a few months from daily use. I've been using this for work in a lab setting and it's been absolutely great with keeping up with all digital files.