Summary: It has now been awhile and the drive failed. I have returned it under warrantee. I have no idea if its been received or what's happening as they have a email to chk but no one responds. This has not been a good product or customer service. It is ok and works fine.
Summary: I got this for Xmas and the first one died in March and the recovery tool brought it back to life (with no data recovery) It died again less than 30 days later. RMA process was easy and it only cost about $3 to send to the RMA department.
Summary: Flash drive crashed twice wipping out everything that was on it. First crash repaired thru their support page. Second time sent it back for replacement. Still waiting for it return...I'll stick with Kingston in the future.
Summary: The first time use was great but I have been attempting to update data and to open and since there is no recognizable drive or start-up I can't get back into my data. When inserting in USB slot it shows it is activated but it does not show up any where on the directory or even the explore list.
Excerpt: I bought 2 pairs of these tires for our new touring bikes. They came with a nice Vittoria tires, which I wanted to keep in good condition for fully loaded touring. So I bought these tires as a cheap alternative for training close to home. I have probably biked about 500 to 700 Kms on these tires.
not a great speed for a usb 3.0 interface pendrive.
rajat vishwakarma, flipkart.com
31 March 2015
Summary: writing speed is just around 12MBps (pc to pendrive). whereas its an awesome reading speed 85-110 MBps(pendrive to pc). both speeds on a usb 3.0 port. comparing to the other pendrives such as hpx750w which gives a good aroung 30MBps wrinting speed (pc->pendrive) and around (70MBps) reading speed.