Pros: Silicon Power 32 GB Blaze B10 USB 3.0 Flash Drive works great. I am using this thumb drive in my Xbox 360 and it works great. I was able to transfer all the contend onto this flash drive, which gave me much more room on the hard-drive. This flash drive is well designed and mirrors the ones you would find in department stores. I am glad I have this product and would definitely recommend it to others. Thank you for reading my review.
Summary: I purchased several of these SP 16GB USB 3.0 flash drives to use as boot drives and software loaders for system builds. I just needed reliable drives that were inexpensive. So far, these work fine. These drives are the current norm for inexpensive flash drives. I don't think they would hold up to every day use when carried around in a pocket or being bumped around. They work fine for holding the OS files and being used occasionally.
Pros: -USB 3.0 - Inexpensive
Cons: - Not Very Fast - Housing is black so you can't see anything if you write on the housing describing the contents.
Summary: This flash drive works reasonably well and is fast. The issue lay in its inability to work in most computers during a Windows 7 installation. This means if you are using this to load and install Windows 7, it will fail. The drive causes a conflict during the drive preparation procedure and it is unable to create the System Reserved partition. Be aware of this if you purchase it for this reason. I sent it back due to this.
Summary: Working well with all my os - xp, vista & W8. It also has a led which tells you it is at work. Hard to find flash drives with led anymore. That was the feature I was looking for in a usb flash drive. Only bad thing so far is that the cap is not attachable to the opposite end. So if not careful, you can lose it. How hard would it have been to make the other end fit the cap. They made them that way yearsssssss ago. That why they lost a star.