Summary: I've had the 2 gig model for about three years and I love it! I trimmed the littler rubber-like case and carry this in my wallet so I have it with me all the time. I can't even tell it's in my wallet but I can tell you it's great to have that drive available when you need it. So being in my wallet means it's sat on, abused, dropped, etc. and it works every time. Try that with a "regular" style thick USB drive.
Summary: This is the only device I could find to fit my Sony Bluray DVD player. It works as billed. It plugged it, the DVD recognized the flash drive and worked as designed, both the flash drive and the DVD player.
Summary: I've had this dream, of having a USB flash drive I could carry on my keychain. I've tried, oh, I've tried. They always come with flimsy thread to hold it on your keyring, and sharp edges that hurt. I've been staring longingly at this item for six months. Finally, Staples had a sale and I bought it for $20. The rubber holder is smaller and much softer than a key. It has a plastic ring that fits on your keychain, so you can toss the floss.
Summary: After purchasing my Sony BDP-S350, I realized a few features weren't available (BD Live, Bookmarks, etc) I tried a few USB flash drives I had laying around but they wouldn't fit into Sony's "special" sized EXT port on the back of the player. I purchased this item, and installed it in the back of the player, EXT lit up on the front display and all my options were available!
Summary: I had one of these given to me from a friend, and I own many other flash drives in various sizes, but this one is definitely the smallest, most colorful and coolest!! For its size it is pretty fast, however be careful because they are very easy to lose. Lost mine once for about a month, and luckily found it behind my computer desk!!
Shadow Fire Promotions, Inc. "Your Chicago Source For Wrestling (TM)", Amazon
15 January 2009