Summary: The item itself works properly. The thing I dislike most about it would be that it doesn't stay locked in the closed position. I have this on my key ring and am forever looking down and seeing the actual end sticking out and have to close it up again.
Summary: Like the other reviewer said, I like how this one has the sliding case, but it won't stay open when you plug it in unless you hold your thumb behind the drive part. Also, I copied 9.5 GB of data from my hard drive onto the drive, and it took 48 minutes to finish. That seems pretty slow to me.
Summary: Had the Usb for a year and it kept not being able to be read by a computer without having to plug it in and out a few times. finally the slide broke and followed just today the usb was working and suddenly i smelled burning plastic before seeing it catch giving me just enough time to get a towel a...
Pros: Worked ok decent speed Never lost any data
Cons: The slide mechanism stopped working after a moth so i had to hold it while i plugged it in. The usb stopped reading half of the time. Plugged it in one day and it caught fire. luckily my mac warned me and shut it off before it could do any computer side damage.
Small size, but feels cheap / SecureAccess not very user-friendly
Ghost McGee, Amazon
12 March 2012
Summary: I bought this particular flash drive (Cruzer 4GB with SecureAccess software) for 3 reasons: 1. Small size for use on a keychain 2. USB connection is completely enclosed in the case, but slides out.
Summary: Newegg just needs to wipe the whole AES encryption line from the description. There is no such information anywhere on the drive or the packaging to suggest it's really a secure device. As a 16gb flash drive, it works fine and no substantial issues other than the mis-advertising.
Pros: Small, retractable connection, easy to put on a key ring. Good size and at the price I paid, was half off what BB has it at. No real technical issues.
Cons: Had to use Bitlocker which is incorporated in Win7 to get any sort of encryption. No software on the device to make it any more seamless. Bitlocker works however, so not defeating the purpose I intended. No lights at all, so no easy way of knowing if you "safely disconnected" the drive.