Excerpt: Great design with robust connection for the USB terminal cover. High capacity, so I ordered two: one for church to save sound mixer automation settings, and dub video/sound files from the HDD recordings; the second for my photos and documents a editor-elect of the Cd'A Airport Association e-newsletter. Great for traveling with a tablet, rather than lugging a notebook PC...
Excerpt: All things considered, this isn't by any means the fastest drive. For what I am using it for though it does serve its purpose and it a great value for the amount of storage. I have music loaded onto it and access it via the USB connection in my car.
Excerpt: Didn't note the transfer speed when I bought it (if these are even rated) but it sure was slow when I plugged it in. I ended up removing it and replacing it with an older, smaller stick because I was so frustrated.<br /><br />Also ... who designed this thing? First you have to decide which way it flips open. Then, when it's open, it doesn't lock into a position ... 90 degrees would be okay, a straight line would be okay ... but it just keeps wiggling.
Pros: Large Capacity, Lightweight
Cons: Awkward To Handle, Non-intuitive Design, Slow Transfer Speed
Excerpt: I use this drive to take files back and forth from work. It's light, solid and the protective twist/turn feature and the key ring loop are a big plus. Also, it's already formatted to FAT 32 so I can put movies on it and plug it directly into my flat screen TV. I would recommend this drive and i'm thinking about getting the 64GB version as well.
Pros: Durable Dock, Excellent Interface, Fast Transfer, Lightweight, Reliable
Excerpt: This JumpDrive feel solidly build, even with the swivel action. It needs to be pushed out of its housing by an cutout on one side which is a good thing. It feels like it will not come free on its own. Works just as expected.