Works but slow and the Micro USB port is too short.
16 August 2015
Summary: It's much slow then what I expected or what spec said it can deliver. At best I got the USB 3.0 to write speed @ 8MB/sec on various Latest system. Forgot about using the Micro USB adapter on this stick(flash drive) if your Android/PC device have a case (cover) because it will not fit..
but the main feature of easy swapping to and from your phone
4 August 2015
Summary: It is my own fault really, but I assumed that if it worked as advertised on Samsung it would work on Blackberry Z10 too as it has the same connections, but it does not. So I then tried it on my wife's Samsung galaxy, and guess what, it did not work on that either.
Summary: its a nice flashdrive however i am only able to use 14gb out of the 16 it is sopposed to have. i have been using sandisk drives for about 10 years, but this is the first time this has happened to me. i did try formating it. i cant even use it for what i bought it for.
Summary: It works fine for normal USB; but the microUSB port wont work on anything... bad quality control. Since I exported it it would be hard to send it back and get one working. Be aware that the micro USB port could not work at all.
Always retracts into itself when inserting it into devices
Jason P. Scofi, Amazon
16 June 2015
Summary: Pain to push the flash drive into a device, since every time you apply force, it wants to retract into itself!!! i wish i didnt buy this style flash drive it functions well, and the price was right
Summary: Works well and is very compact. HOWEVER, the micro USB plug is not long enough to fit into the receptacle on my Samsung phone with an Otter case. That was the reason I purchased 2 of these - to transfer photos from phone when I am not able to use the phone's micro transfer cable to PC.
It does get recognized from my labtop and tablet but thats the only thing good about this
VIjay SHenoy, Amazon
27 March 2015
Summary: I bought the 64 gb one and i am receiving 29.2 gb from it. Also another problem is the locking mechanism doesn't lock. It does get recognized from my labtop and tablet but thats the only thing good about this.
Summary: I have seen other reviewers post transfer rates that are what you would typically expect from USB 2.0. The average for USB 2.0 is around 20Mbps, and the max a flash drive typically gets is around 44Mbps.
Pros: 30GB of storage space micro-USB connection for phones and tablets. Smart design. To fit so much storage space in such a small space with all the required controllers, the hardware is built in under the large USB connector as well as in the middle of the device. This helps save space and make the ...
Cons: Slow transfer rate. More expensive than other 32GB USB drives. micro-USB doesn't work.
Summary: In this age of supposed consciousness, the packaging on this product was obscene. Three flashdrives that would fit in the palm of a baby's hand came in a big box full of packing material and the blister pack was a double layer of cardboard that measures 10 inches by 15 inches.