Summary: This was, by far, my most favorite and dependable flash drive. But it just malfunctioned and I lost EVERYTHING! I was better off with my cheap Lexar from Walmart, which lasted WAY longer and is still going strong. I won't be buying Sony again!
Summary: Now, I know some people have had qualms with the amount of space. Today, 2GB doesn't go very far if you intend to save music, photos, etc. But for some, myself included, 2GB is much more than enough.
Summary: I got this drive because I liked the way the top hid inside the case and because it was nice and green (OK it's a stupid reason to choose one over another.. but oh well) Too bad it didn't survive for six months.
Summary: This product falls way below Sony's usual standards. After purchase, it faild within weeks of light use. Simply goes bad. And I'm not alone: see [...] [...] And many other links. It is a defective product (probably why it was on sale rediculously cheap). DO NOT BUY IT.
Summary: I found a great deal on this drive for $9.99 at Target. I like the click design, where the usb end retracts inside of the device like an ink pen. The flash drive comes with VirtualExpander... which can expand capacity of the device up to three times. Kudos.