Summary: The device is slightly larger than the model, which is due to the sliding bar feature. The flash drive isnt a smooth fit on my OnePlus, hence the 4 stars. As far as the speed test is concerned, software benchmark results turned out to be at par Write 75MBps Read 144 MBps , although manual copy paste...
Good but button needs to be able to lock to protect ports as you carry it.
MelchizedekBride "ForceFieldOfLove", Amazon
18 August 2015
Summary: I am very pleased with this purchase, as I was able to move everything from my Note2 and restore it to default settings to get rid of all the NSA spyware. I plan on doing this a lot, and it helped immensley speed up my system!
How to use a flash drive with a Kindle Fire HDX (4th generation)
Steven H, Amazon
18 July 2015
Summary: I bought this so that I could carry work docs while travelling and plug it directly into my Kindle. I have no complaints about the drive. It is pretty small and I will probably need a chain so that I don't lose it.
Summary: Besides the fact that the two ports don't slide in and out so easily, it's the best USB OTG that I ever owned. It's tiny, yet had the Keychain loop so I hook it up with my keys and don't lose it and it's very quick too.
The design is better than the previous OTG drives from SanDisk (SDDD-032G-G46)
DAVID CLUFF, Amazon
13 July 2015
Summary: The design is better than the previous OTG drives from SanDisk (SDDD-032G-G46). The old version had covers that would slide over the USB connections. Those covers never locked shut. This device has a tab that allows you to slide out either USB end.
the "slider" piece is a like a tiny plastic empty bowl
J. Byrnes "Random Anon", Amazon
9 July 2015
Summary: It's exactly what you think it is. Does what you need it to do. The plastic is flexible though, feels flimsy/breakable. The slide function doesn't lock in the "center" position, so it takes just a little thought to keep it from jutting out on either end.