Summary: This is the fastest USB stick I own, so I can't really compare it to any other stick. It is definitely worth it though. I've always been impatient waiting for even a few gigabytes of data to transfer on my older USBs, but this one is great for storing stuff when you're in a hurry.
Pros: Fast Transfer speed
Cons: Spring action USB can take a bit of getting used to
Summary: Bought it on sale for $10. Always like the retractable design. Tested on my desktop. Sequential writing is about 10MB/s, reading is about 80MB/s. The description of 800M/s is a typo obviously.
Summary: reading is faster,easy to carry, but TLC chip would be a big problem, such erase/write of TLC chip usually 500 times; never exceed 1000 times according some articles, so be careful with your data if writing often.
Pros: read is fast, capless, USB3.0
Cons: Writing is about 12MB/S; TLC chip inside, about 500 times erase/write
Summary: Delivery was quick, one day after confirmation. I test all USB mem-sticks for use with Linux distros with Flash Memory Toolkit 2 (Windows). Slow sticks get used for storage only. This one should be reasonable, but the small file WRITE speeds are mediocer, but typical for today. Importantly, the blue activity LED is difficult to see in bright lit rooms, so be careful about removing it.
Pros: Good READ speeds, WRITE speads are typical; like the push-pen cover
Cons: Speed is all over the chart; activity LED is difficult to see in bright light