Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Cruzer Crossfire Series
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Sandisk Cruzer Crossfire 512 MB: Caught in the Crossfire
3 January 2011
Summary: The Sandisk Cruzer Crossfire flash drive is designed with gaming in mind, specifically to carry game data, music, video and photos between your PC, Xbox 360, or anything with a USB port. However, when I bought it some four years ago, I didn't realise this. I simply wanted a flash drive for backing up documents/pictures and transferring them to other computers. So it is for this use, that I am reviewing the Cruzer Crossfire.
Summary: 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. The design allows the device to be very small and compact. One end of the device has a cap/cover which covers the USB input.
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. The stick feels nice and the cap fits nicely holding the stick firmly in place on my set of keys. The cap has remained firm and the memory stick feels very well made. Perhaps ...
Sandisk Cruzer Crossfire 1 GB: A Useful Storage Device
20 October 2006
Summary: I recently bought one of these from Amazon for under £20 and have found it very useful for carrying files between the various computers that I use. No drivers are required for this as it is plug and play. This usb pen drive comes with a kneck strap supplied for easy portability and the white plastic case can be just wiped over to keep it clean. It has a bright light at the end which I think is an LED. This flashes when any data is being transferred either way.
Summary: Lange Zeit transportierte ich meine Daten einfach mithilfe meines MP4-Players von A nach B. Irgendwann wurde mir dieser aber zu schade dafür und der Platz wurde knapp, da ich doch sehr viel Musik höre und brauche. Ich sah mich also bei Amazon nach einem gescheiten USB-Stick um und ob ich fündig geworden bin, lest ihr jetzt. Zum Schreiben dieses Berichtes komme ich dadurch, dass ich richtig schön erkältet bin und mich irgendwie beschäftigen muss.