Summary: Works well, keeps my files secure. Build feels a little cheap but it's actually quite durable. The cap hasn't gone missing yet I wish it was able to stick into the end like a pen cap but other than that the design and the looks of this flash drive are nice.
Summary: This device has a unique feature that is both useful but difficult. You can partition the USB device to have a un-encrypted partition or an encrypted partition. But, when you remove it from your USB port you have to unlock the encrypted part and the un-encrypted part separately.
Summary: Ive had my drive for less then 4 months and it has become defunked. It will not mount at all to any computers that i have plased it into. I have tried to contact Transcend to get a fix for mine or a replacement one sent out but to do it online its almost impossible.
Summary: Very handsome device, which matters little. Service is more important, and when I tried to get help from Transcend I received no reply. You cannot use two Transcend sticks as the same time - no way to sync.
Summary: This USB Flash Drive worked fine at first but by the third or fourth use of any item it would start degrading and soon wouldn't open at all. I lost a few hundred items. Un-openable folders appeared with jumbled titles and started multiplying. Now my computer won't recognize the drive at all.
Summary: I have used many USB Drives, some good, some not. This one was not. While plugged in and unlocked, my laptop had low power and went into hibernation. Now the drive is listed as unreadable to all the computers that I own. I cannot access the drive, even to reformat.
Summary: Mac and Linux users, shouldn't bother. The drive encryption works through a Windows executable program, so it appears only under Windows. Everyone else is out of luck. Rather expensive for just a vanilla flash drive.