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: 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.
Summary: They don't give you the actual gigs that are listed. There should be truth in advertising but you would think that a real stand up company would be truthful in saying how much actual storage there is for you to use.
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.
Excerpt: I have both USB2 and USB3 ports on my sytem and thought I would take advantage of the available higher transfer speed with this flash drive. The first one I received just did not work in any of my ports, but the second one (sent free of charge by B&H to replace the defective one...
Pros: fast writing speed, I think. I bought it based on a review.
Cons: Not readable by some usb 2 port. An HP pc did not read it, a dell pc did recognize it. My 18 months mac pro will not read it in the front 2 ports, but the back ports recognize it. Nor my co-worker's year old iMac. Not sure if I am going to keep it.