Summary: I have been using the Sony 32GB USB 3.0 for about 5 months now and have had no problems. I mainly use them for my Samsung galaxy tab pro 12.2 with a sub hub and my xbox 360. The Sony 32GB USB 3.0 does come with a dust cap that snaps in when the Sony 32GB USB 3.0 isn't being used.
Summary: Stay away , Really slow write speeds after 1 month of use , Even slower than my usb 2.0 . I thought that usb 3.0 will be an upgrade but I was wrong . Worst part is that I didn't even need one and got it because of the lightning deal and extra storage. SMH!
Summary: I have an ongoing need for a high-capacity flash drive. With a large and growing family, I'm often transporting and sharing lots of digital pictures and videos to and from siblings and other family members.
Summary: Purchased in January 2015 completely dead in December 2015. I use flash drive quite regularity and am used to them wearing out in 3-5 years of use - this one didn't even make it an entire year. I suppose it was ok for the price though...
Summary: As an IT Manager this is in my go bag. I use this for all sorts of jobs day in day out, I've made it bootable and formatted it for other uses. Speeds are as fast as the computer can handle. My only complaint is the width, on some USB ports it could block the port next to it.
Summary: Only con to this is that there's no integrated software that encrypts the drive to set a password and protect your files. But my PS4 recognizes it and that's somethin because the PS doesn't recognize just any brand of flash drive.
Summary: Since this type of memory stick is now so low priced, i look for alternative packages that have better protection. The removable cap that comes with this stick is virtually impossible not to loose; it falls off very easily.