Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Cruzer Titanium Series
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Glenn P. Miano, Amazon
16 August 2009
Summary: Although I would reccomend this product, since I have purchased these cruzer titaniums since the 512mb came out, I definately notice a decrease in density of the metal. It just seems to be made cheaper. It still works great and would reccomend.
Great little device, annoying but easy to delete U3 software
Todd Spitz, Amazon
2 August 2009
Summary: Sturdy design. Retractable USB function works well with the metal frame (I often had trouble with the mechanism on my old, plastic one b/c it would retract as I tried to plug the device in, making it extremely difficult and frustrating to use). The thing really feels like it could take a bullet and still work. The one real annoyance is the U3 software, but it's really easy to delete if desired, and I suppose someone out there might want some of the software it includes.
J. Guerrero "It's All About How You Use The A..., Amazon
26 May 2009
Summary: This USB drive was recommended by someone who uses it in the military branch. I Love It! It has ample the space & for the price; HANDS DOWN! *However, be very careful when you do (encrypt & protect with a password) You only get 3 chances, as I learned the hard way. You will not be able to recover your data. However, it will wipe the flash drive clean & you have to start all over. *FYI: Your information will be deleted, which is a good thing if you loose it on accident.
Summary: This is the third Sandisk tianium Cruzer flash drive that I have used over the past six years (512MB, 2GB and now 8GB). I was very happy with a two year old 2GB Cruzer but was occaionally finding the need for more cpaacity - so at such an inexpensive price it was hard to pass up. It has always made sense to me to buy a flash drive with a metal case, and this drive meets the rugged, polished construction standards of my prevous Titanium drives.
Summary: The Cruzer Titanium is an excellent product but expensive given the number of GB's you get. It is extremely well built and has a much better operational feel than the USB flash drives that I own which have a plastic body. Since I use a Mac the software that was included really had no value. I deleted all of it. If you carry this on your key ring or just throw it into your computer bag, then the additional ruggedness of the Titianium flash drive is worth the money.
Summary: I had a Cruiser Micro and I always liked it, so when i was looking for a new 8GB memory stick, I thought about this immediately. I have no major complaint. The only thing is, I wish it is a bit faster, but definitely it is not slower compared with other standard USB memory sticks, so it is not a major complaint. If I need another USB memory stick, I definitely consider buying another one. Pros: (1) Sturdy.
Summary: The Cruzer is a great device but lacks in terms of support for Vista. When doing a driver search, you have to tell the computer to search c:/systems32 i believe. Answers to this problem can be found also through blogs on the internet. Other than, it works fine.