Summary: I've had it for a week or so. The product tech description did not say anything about whether it sas compatible with Windows 7, which I have. Once I received it and tried to use it, I got an error (can't remember the error specifically). However, I figured it had to do with Windows 7 and checked their support site. Lexar had a very easy to find and follow set of instructions to upgrade it. Once I did that, no problems. It works like a charm.
Summary: After a quick format, the drive has been absolutely wonderful. I've had a similar drive for over a year, so I know it's rugged enough for general use. The capacity meter on it is the major selling point, since I now know how much free space I have at a glance, instead of having to find a computer. Definitely a good purchase!
Pros: Easy To Setup, Easy To Use, High Capacity, Portable, Reliable
Flash drive from lexar with added feature of showing memory used on the front of memory stick
22 August 2010
Excerpt: I got two of these USB flash drives last year just for personal use and I love them. I got the both of dell for about 15euro each which I though was a great bargain. They are 8GB in size but I'm sure you could order the same flash drive in a larger size. It is black in colour and has a plastic exterior which has a clear line in the middle which shows in bars the amount of space that is being see which i think is great if you want to use a lot of space you can see at a...
Excerpt: "If you're read my review of the Fujifilm Secure and Splash you'll know I'd just come off a short stint of nasty memory sticks. What a relief when I got this. The size is beyond anything you will need 16GB will take quite some filling. It feels solid and well made whilst still being small and handy - good stuff. The speed is amazing it transfers files faster than anything i've seen before, which is fantastic. The really fun bit is the memory bar ...
Pros: Huge memory, never lets me down and fun screen
Cons: Being picky - lid can't attach to the stick itself
Lexar Jumpdrive Secure II Plus 2 GB: The Luxury of a Lexar
20 November 2008
Summary: My first foray into USB Flash drives came at the expense of using a very cheap 1GB Mp3 player I bought a few years ago from Woolworths. It had a product name that was not available on the internet, unashamedly cheap looking, sported a speaker, a few sound settings and passed itself off as a 1 GB multi-media device not only useful for storing music and playing, but also useful for storing data such as word documents or affiliated documents from a PC.
Pros: Hi speed, great security software, handy, capacity gauge constant, keyring hole
Cons: Cap can eventually work itself loose, expensive price.