Summary: I really used to love the incredible fast file transfer performance of my Memorex USB 2.0 8 , 16, 32 GB Traveldrives that are color coded silver, green, and blue, with a black swing-out shell on top. Those devices are slender, easy to open and use, and are three times faster than "cheap" flash drives. Cheap flash drives have simple controllers on-board so that WRITE-TO operations into the flash drives are agonizingly slow as molasses.
Summary: When I bought this, I was looking for an easy way to augment my laptop's memory, as 128 GB isn't what it used to be. This was selling for 53% off list price (so only $28), so I was getting quite a good deal. That helped win me over when I discovered that the 64GB drive is really only about 57GB and that there wasn't much of a perceived difference in the speed of this USB 3.0 with my much older 2.0 flash drive.
Handy *physical* storage you barely notice is there
5 May 2014
Summary: Got nothing against the cloud, but I like hard copes of important files. This fits the bill quite nicely. Insttalled, you can barely see it. Keep your files safe and handy with this clever thing.
Summary: This is the best design I've come across because I don't have to fuss around with a cap (i.e., finding a place to put it while I'm using the flash drive where I won't forget it or lose it or get it mixed up with another drive). I've been using this one for more than two years, and it always connects immediately no matter what machine I plug it into (a lot of others I've had have been finicky that way). I also have a 1 GB and a 4GB Traveldrive that I'm equally happy with.