Summary: This USB 2.0 flash drive packs a lot of storage into just 0.3 oz. A lot of storage, but it is not exactly speedy. It took over 20 minutes to copy a 6 GB file. There is a bright red LED that flashes when the drive is being accessed. You push a slide in the middle of the drive to access the connector. It holds it securely in place. Almost too securely…you have to push down firmly on the connector to push in back in the enclosure.
Summary: These memory sticks worked as promised initially. One then quit working and none of the on board data could be accessed on any system we had. I contacted Silicon Power about a replacement and the technician worked with me for nearly an hour try various things to get the module to work. All that failed and he showed me how to get an RMA to return the bad unit and get a replacement. After I got the RMA I tried a couple more tricks and walaa I got it to work.
Summary: Silicon Power 32GB Flash Drive Ultima SP032GBUF2U05V1D I received this new 32GB Deep Blue Flash drive to review and it's excellent! It is the usual "lipstick" size/type and an absolute bargain. It comes in 3 different colors - blue, black or pink - and 5 different sizes 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. There is a thumb-slide button which pulls back to reveal the USB fitting. This slots into the USB port. There is no software to download. It's plug and play.
Summary: I got 2 of these to use for music in my truck and so far haven't been let down. The data transfer wasn't as fast as other sticks I have but they weren't that slow either. They came formatted for NTFS so I had nothing to do but plug it in and start copying files. I think they are great deal for the product I received. I originally ordered 2 but will most likely order 2 more as I fill these up.
Looking for a cute and reliable flash drive? Look no further.
Jenna S., Amazon
5 February 2015
Summary: Super cute! I like how it slides out so you don't have to worry about losing a cap. It also flashes red when it is connecting to the computer, which is great to know if it is successfully connecting or not. The only con is that sometimes it seems to take a little bit to connect (longer than other flash drives I had in the past) but that might simply be because it has the most storage and most stuff on it of any of the other flash drives I've used and lost.