Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Cruzer Fit Series
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5 days ago
Summary: This is a great product for use where space is important, such as sticking out of a USB port on an auto receiver, etc. It is so small as to be unnoticeable but has plenty of capacity for mp3 music files. Also has the ability to be password protected if you have files that are private. I love it.
Summary: I love how small this USB drive is. At 8GB, it's perfect to install Windows 7 or 8 on a netbook without a CD/DVD drive. It fits the installation files, a service pack update, and several music or movie files.
Summary: The USB port in my 2012 Ford Focus is located inside the center console box, so I wanted a really small USB flash drive for MP3 files that wouldn't get hit. This sure fits the "really small" category. To get an idea of how well this would work, I ran a speed test (see below). The read speeds are pretty good for the price, and I noticed a big reduction of response delay in the car compared to a 4GB Kingston Data Traveler I was using.
Summary: This USB driver is so tiny and works quite good! I tied it to my ID card and carry it with myself everyday. You don't have to worry about not having a storage device when you need it in any case because it is so portable. And also the software comes with it is quite useful and if you don't like the software you can just format the USB driver and it is ready to serve for your study work and everyday life!
Summary: I like the fact that you can password protect them so if lost or stolen nobody else can get the information off them. I have several of the old and new ones. They can be reused and you can put a different password on them when reusing. You can even change the password on them at anytime if you should feel the need. ScanDisk is a good manufacture and they have good customer support if you should need it.
Summary: These were sold at a good price. I purchased them for making SmartStart usb boot drives which can hold multiple versions of SmartStart and Firmware CD/DVD images from HP. Really only slower then USB 3 drive that was 4x more expensive if you wanted a fast drive. However it was 64GB but I didn't want that much space anyway.