Summary: These are great for the price but I wouldn't use them daily because they look as if they will fall apart in an instant. They seem cheaply made but were functional and did the trick. The little slider that moves the actual drive out feels like it could fall off at an time.
Summary: Its good for being a 4 GB so the transfer speeds are slower then their 16 GB+ counter parts the image don't be fooled is not metal or high quality plastic and feels very cheap but as long as you don't try to dunk it in milk and eat it as an Oreo " don't abuse it" like taking it on your mountain bike...
Summary: I'm usually partial to Lexar products, but this jump drive has done nothing but cause me problems. Half of the time it's plugged into my computer, it won't read - the other half of the time, it randomly goes back and forth from being read to being "improperly ejected.
Not fast, not pretty but I like it for its sturdy build and good value
A. Dent "Aragorn", Amazon
27 August 2011
Summary: I needed yet another flash drive for our car's MP3 player - running out of space on the current 8GB and thought quadrupling the capacity would be the radical thing to do. There's not much to say about a flash drive but, for the little that it is, here are my impressions.
Summary: I lost this flash drive shortly after I purchased it. A couple of days later my wife found it in our dryer. It was piping hot. Even though it has gone through the washing machine and dryer, it still works perfectly. I'm impressed!
Summary: I keep all of my software on my computer at all times (in case I need to reinstall, it's always with me and it's quicker,) but keeping copies of software takes up a lot of space, so I decided to utilize my SD card slot and install a SD card to load all of my software--it works perfectly and it's off...