Excerpt: This 4GB memory stick was the first USB flash drive I ever bought. It was on sale in WH Smiths for £8 at the time. Back then not much more than a 16GB was available but a handy 4GB storage device more robust than a CD was very much what I needed. Since that time I've bought other USB sticks as you do need more and at larger capacities.
Excerpt: **Please note this is a review for the 1GB version, which is exactly the same as the 1GB except that it holds fewer files. Dooyoo directed me here to post the review. ** When I started at my current place of work just over 4 years ago I was given a memory stick by one of the guys in the IT department to transfer files from place to place.
A handy and reliable way of carrying your files around
21 June 2011
Excerpt: When I started at my current place of work just over 4 years ago I was given a memory stick by one of the guys in the IT department to transfer files from place to place. I do spend a fair amount of time off-site and often have to carry presentations and files around with me and so this has proved invaluable. In a few short years memory sticks have come a long way.
Pros: Easy to transfer files, slider and no lid, reliable
Cons: not protected from dust, slider has become loose
Great for those who need a large amount of storage on a small stick
1 July 2010
Excerpt: The Sandisk Cruzer is my boyfriend's but I've used it that much myself I probably know more than him about it!! It's a nice silver in color (titanium - duh!) and the material titanium allows for it to be 4 times as protected a any plastic USB stick out there - and it works. The number of times it's been stood on or dropped and it works fine! It was on offer at the time, £15 I'm led to believe, but it cost him nothing as it was a present for College.
A corrosive-resistant metallic element for your storage needs
24 June 2010
Excerpt: I’ve been at it again, going out buying more and more flash drive/ pen drives/ memory sticks, (what ever you wish to call them), to copy all my data onto instead of buying the old fashioned CD/DVDs, to be honest it would be a lot cheaper to buy the CD/DVDs as they are selling quite cheaply at the moment but I seriously prefer the easier to carry Pen drives.
Pros: Masses of space, simple plug and play, ligthweight and small
The SanDisk Cruzer Titanium.. the real mans USB stick
28 April 2010
Excerpt: This SanDisk Cruzer Titanium a flash drive that has some generous storage capacity of 8 GB and is USB 2.0 which provides high transfer speeds. This driver is a nice colour in my opinion the finish on it (titanium) is great I think. I use this drive daily at work and most of the time it rattles about at the bottom of my bag and the isn’t a scratch/dent on it so it is very strongly built.
Excerpt: In summary a great memory stick. For someone as clumsy as me having a memory stick that can be ran over by a truck and still survive is a great feature as i drop it regularly!!! 8GB is the perfect size for a memory stick, as realistically who needs any more than that. Another great feature of this memory stick is that it incorporates the U3 software.
Pros: Cheap, Bulletproof, Good size (both memory and in dimensions), U3 software
Excerpt: The first thing you do when you buy this drive is to find and run the uninstall for all the software that it comes with! I buy a flash drive for its memory! If you are not too computer litterate you will have trouble with this flash drive as there are no instructions on the card. You have to poke around the two drives it sets up to find whats on it. Even then there doesnt appear to be any obvious help file. This is very bad.
Excerpt: The world seems to be full of pen drives these days with varying shapes, colours & capacities. However one thing that never changes is the simple fact that they are a simple solid state storage device... until now!! The SanDisk Cruzer Titanium stores data of course but has an extra trick up its sleeve that makes all the difference. The difference is down to the U3 launcher that resides on the device as a piece of software.