Summary: It works fast, but it is much slower than it is advertised. When I received the flash drives I had bought, I noticed that the package did NOT say 15 MB/s write speed. Instead, it said that it had 5 MB/s write speed.
Summary: This will often see files corrupted when pulling it from a windows machine. Although I know I should safely eject it the other 50 flash drives from various manufacturers do not suffer from this issue. Buyer beware.
Summary: It is ok and works fine. The weakness is the darn cap that protects the end ..........I dare you to try and keep track of it. Once it is lost the end is weak and vulnerable to contaminations of all sorts. For those 2 reasons alone I would buy different one that folds or slides back in.
Summary: Worked fine for four months then suddenly one day it stopped working, at all. No light, no drive mounted. I barely used the thing and took good care of it, so I'm a little unimpressed. Purchased February 2013.
Excerpt: Even though this card is rated "700x" with claims of 67MB/s write and 105MB/s read, it did not come close. Using the Delkin USB3.0 reader (DDREADER-42), I only got 34.4MB/s write and 74.5MB/s read using h2test. This is slower than my Transcend "600x" card which got 46.8MB/s write and 84.7MB/s read.
Summary: Its a standard USB stick. The "included applications" are actually a download from the Transcend website after you register the flash drive on their website, and I found no use for any of them.