Good cheap throwaround USB memory stick. Stable, medium read speeds, slow write speeds.
S. Moore, Amazon
4 March 2014
Summary: Whenever I get new flash memory, I always run a suite of test software to validate authenticity and integrity of the memory. If the memory passes a few days of nonstop testing, it can usually be trusted to reliably hold data and files.
Summary: I have purchased many Lexar Firefly drives in the past. This one though seems very cheaply made in comparison. Perhaps Lexar made a cheap batch? I have since purchase more Lexar Firefly drives locally at an office supply store and they were the well built Lexars I remember.
Summary: I got this on sale for school and besides its price, the main selling point for me was how cute this is when it lights up! It's pretty alright for small homework assignments -- uploading from my computer at home and printing at school.
Summary: I bought this USB drive to replace a Sandisk 16GB USB drive that had abruptly stopped reading. It works fine, but is *so* slow. Although it's possibly more reliable than the Sandisk, I've gone back to the Sandisk because I need a drive for daily back up of files, and the Lexar is just too slow for...
Summary: I liked the minuscule size of the unit. The protective cap is also nicely engineered with positive click detents so it won't actually fall off the unit. There is a loop molded into the top of the cap, presumably to attach the drive to a keychain, but the loop opening is very tiny.
Summary: This isn't a BAD flash drive by any means. I bought the 16gb Red version, and I like it, to a degree. It's small, the case is good, sturdy, but the thing that bothers me most is that if I want to copy 8gbs worth of data, it takes quite a long time.
Summary: I purchased this drive to expand the removable storage on my Xbox 360. Previous reviews state the drive is compatible with the console. It was not stated, however, that the 4GB drive has performance specs that are below the recommended average for Xbox 360 use.
Summary: well, lets start off saying that i bought it because i was attracted to its design. i also chose to ignore the negative reviews saying that it was slow. both were mistakes. the size of the device is actually too small, making it difficult to plug in and out of drives, and the led light is too big...
Summary: It works, but very slowly. It takes around 4 minutes to write 1GB to this, compared to around 1 minutes even for a 5400 RPM usb drive. It's almost painful to watch. The read speeds haven't been a problem yet, but if you're in a rush to copy stuff to this... don't say I didn't warn you.