Summary: This is probably the worst flash drive I've had to date. While I do like the features it has (Very cheap, able to put on keyring, small and compact), they are all overshadowed by how incredibly slow its transfer rates are. To transfer 6-8 GB to it takes a minimum of 30 minutes, in my experience. While it's very cheap in price, you definitely get what you pay for.
Summary: I bought this to replace my Verbatim encrypted flash drive. I found Sandisk's Secure Access software to be cumbersome and not particularly user friendly. In order to edit a file, the software requires the file be removed from the "protected area" into a common area. When finished, the file needs to be moved back into the encrypted area.
Summary: I bought one of these drives when I saw it in the big bin at Walmart for $5.97. For less than a dollar per gigabyte, I was willing to take the gamble. The drive is a little bit of disappointment; it's pretty slow, transferring (writing) a large file at about 4.3 MByte/second. The physical construction is also.. barely sufficient.
Summary: I don't recommend this device. This drive is Too Slow. Writing rate is around 4.5MB/s. My other HP 8GB drive is 11MB/s. less than half speed. reading speed is 9MB/s this is a little bit better than writing but my HP 8GB drive is 25MB/s to read.
Summary: I bought this from Bj's in a 4 pack for school. They worked great for the first two months. Then one simple bump the flashdrive is broken. The board cracks and the plastic outer shell falls off. This happened twice. (I boght 4 pack) Not only that you have to put it in and take it out a few times for the computer to recognize. They are good if you plan to use them in a desktop and never take them out. But other then that do not buy.