Summary: I've never had more problems with a USB thumb drive before, and this one was annoying at best and downright combustible at it's worst. Really disappointed a product like this makes it to the general public these days. It should have been killed at the drawing board.
Pros: Not worth giving credit, if the flipside is potential danger.
Cons: Overheated and melted in an otherwise problem free USB 3.0 hub and destroyed every device connected at the time, FREQUENT disconnects, frequent read errors, cheap thin plastic, very flimsy construction
Summary: These drives arrived on time, as expected, and they all work perfectly. Some customers have indicated the drives didn't work or weren't recognized. I did not have that problem. I use Windows 8.1 as the OS on a 64-bit system. No issues at all.
Summary: I was a bit disappointed with the construction of this Lexar. I have been buying Lexar jump drives for a while and have had no issues in the past, but unfortunately, this particular design shattered to peices the first time it dropped off of a standard height classroom desk.
Summary: They work fine. Nice to have so much memory available for videos. A reminder to reformat them for NTFS if you are a Windows user. Otherwise the size of videos is limited. Just right click on it in Windows Explorer and select Reformat.