Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Cruzer Crossfire Series
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SanDisk Cruzer Crossfire USB Flash Drive
1 March 2009
Excerpt: The SanDisk Cruzer is quite a nice little flash drive that performs its role well, very well indeed. Designed for compatibility between different platforms (e.g. Windows, Mac or Xbox 360) this flash drive really is the definition of plug-and-play.
Pros: Ok, so this is not the fastest USB drive out there, but those fast USB drives cost more because they use fast memory and not 4GB for $45 in Apr 2007. If you want the absolute fastest, get a 1394 3.5" hard drive and move on. The plastic is in good quality compare to some other USB drives I have se...
Cons: Like other's said, it is a bit annoying that the cap doesn't go on the back when you plug it in, so it is not as convenient as the sliding Cruzer micro without cap.
Summary: The lid doesn't attach to the back, but it does snap on tight on the front. If you can't keep up with your stuff, it comes with a key ring and a neck strap to help you. Enough said!!!!!!!
Pros: I can't say enough about this jump drive. It's big enough to hold all my work stuff, and still have room for extras. I to have an older Sandisk 1G drive, and I can't tell any difference in the two. OK, maybe a second or two, but big whoop, what's 2 seconds.
Summary: Cap does not snap onto back, could easily get lost.. considering this is geared towards gamers i would imagine it would have attached to the back of the device.
Pros: Nothing in particular
Cons: Rather slow, still faster than the cheapo no name brands (which ive made the mistake of buying many times before). HDTach Bench: 16mb/s and 1.2ms seek average. Sis X1: 488 ops/min 41.5 endurance. Is a slower performer than my 2 year old sandisk cruzer micro 1gb... go figure.
Excerpt: I have always been amazed by USB flash drives ever since they became available and i have had many types. The Cruzer Crossfire has to be one of the best ones i have had to date and this review will look at how it is so good. The design of this USB flash drive is perfect for most everyday situations.
Excerpt: I purchased this memory stick for £19.99 from PC World last summer and I have been very happy with it on the whole. Unlike many other memory sticks, on the lid there is a small hole which has various uses, such as with the neck lanyard which has come supplied with it.
Pros: Looks Pretty Good, LED Light displays when in use, Small in Size
Cons: 1GB may not be enough for everyone, Easily Lost
Excerpt: exellent,highspeed usb 2.0 device..doesnt get much better with a cool looking 100% portable usb device.when it says 2000 pound resistent it means it,my friend dropped his off the top of his apartmen building think that it obviously wouldnt "resist" the 10 story drop.
Excerpt: I bought this memory stick as it was a damn good bargain at the time. I bought for £14.99, now only £9.99 on Play.com. http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/904301/SanDisk-1GB-Cruzer-Crossfire-USB-2 -0-Memory-Flash-Drive/Product.html With only a 1GB option i took it without considering i might need more...
SanDisk Cruzer; does what it says-sadly without us
15 August 2007
Excerpt: There are so many different models and manufacturers of these devices that you really are spoilt for choice and it’s hard to rank one over another. The big selling point, and the reason my lad was mad to have one, is that it has been specially designed to make console or PC gaming experience...
Pros: Small size and easy to use, No drivers required
Excerpt: I have had this since September 2006 and must say i am incredibly happy with it. The USB2 transfer speed is excellent, the size is small, it looks very cool and i have had no problems with it. The Stick comes with the usual; lanyard, extra password software and guarentee.