Summary: I thought this was DOA too like many of the other reviewers here. However if you go to Devices and Printers under control panel, it was there but unidentified. Windows gave me the option to "fix it" and I went ahead and did that; it found the driver, installed it and it worked fine. It's very tiny and a really useful thing to back up my computer on.
Summary: Really thought these things either died early or lasted forever. This one checks out as "healthy" according to Windows, but chokes while files are being copied to it. Lexar Tech Support was polite but concluded there's no fixing it. Also said they didn't support its use in a media player, which I found interesting: if you can't trust it for keeping files, and aren't supposed to use it in devices other than PC's, then what's it really good for?
Summary: I bought this primarily for backups, and it lives permanently attached to a slot on my case. The low profile makes it easy to forget about (that's good) and doesn't disturb the other nearby ports. While faster flash drives are now available, this is an excellent purchase for image backups or similar, in my working experience with the drive over the past year.
Summary: Bought for my wife's car - full sized USB sticks hanging out of the dash don't work well w/2 kids. This USB drive is perfect - small, does not stick out, not prone to breakage. Great value too!
Summary: Wow, this thing is incredible. It's super tiny and yet can fit soo much data. But the best part is that compared to similar sized USB drives in its class, this one is probably the fastest as far as transfer rates are concerned. This is my primary reason for buying this in the first place. I don't remember the actual speeds, but it beats my Verbatim 4GB with ease. So far I've been using this in my 2013 Subaru Forester and it works flawlessly.
Summary: So Master's Thesis final... final final... almost fully reviewed and edited final. Saving every few minutes as a paranoid, but reasonable precaution. Is this me? No, but it was my girlfriend. Her hard disk faulted and she would have been without any backup if it hadn't been for the auto backup of this little drive. I've always liked Lexar, but this drive was easy enough for someone who is not the most computer literate person... so in my book, aces.