Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Cruzer Titanium Series
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Worst Usb-drive I have ever owned
Unsatisfied user, J&R
17 September 2009
Summary: This is the most unreliable USB-drive I have ever used. It loses data all the time. And yes, I do always use secure remove function in XP and Vista. It has lost all data in it for atleast ten times for no any particular reason. I always have to reformat it after data loss. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone because of my bad experiences with it. I have used different manufacturers different size USB-drives and this is the only I have problems with. So good bye Cruzer.
Pros: Easy To Setup, Easy To Use, Fast, High Capacity, Portable
NOW SHIPPING WITH AMBER LED (AND CHEAPER CASING)!!!!
Scott Toth, Amazon
20 May 2009
Summary: I just received this product, and contrary to other reviews (however, I think one recent review addresses this), this is the new version in which Sandisk is skimping on quality-wise. The performance is slower, the LED is amber (as in the Sandisk Micro flash drives), the material feels much cheaper than the original (really seems like a non authentic Sandisk titanium), and essentially lacks the quality I was expecting when replacing my 4GB cruzer titanium (purposely...
Summary: This drive is TOTALLY worthless and dangerous for multi format usage. The STUPID PC driver software that comes with it does not work between my Mac and PC. Data and drive names don't show up between PC and Mac. Constantly asks for reformatting. Worthless and not safe! The 2 gig PNY Attache data sticks I currently use have worked great for years between my Mac OSX and PC running XP. I well stay with them.
Pros: High Capacity, Portable
Cons: Difficult To Setup, Difficult To Use, Unreliable
Summary: It worked for a month and then it died. Methinks it was static shock cus no device will recognize it.(titanium casing). Don't buy this one. Went and bought the 8gb plastic casing version and works fine.