I love that it's super small and bought it for my ...
18 December 2015
Summary: I love that it's super small and bought it for my digital picture frame. I did notice it gets really warm when it is plugged in. If I were going to use it for business purposes I would be concerned about losing it, it's that small. Definitely needs a leash.
Summary: Amazing little flash drive. It's so tiny I'm afraid of losing it. I really wish it came with a cord so it's easily seen. I ended up buying wrist cords so I wouldn't lose it. I have all 30 chapters of my book stored on it and it barely made a dent in the memory remaining.
Summary: Was slightly skeptical of the low price when I bought it, and I'm still wary of copying large files. But I would probably buy another one if this one were to die.
Pros: Small, keychain sized with massive storage space. Good for car stereos/laptops/any computer where there is fear of breaking off a conventionally large usb drive. Good for micro computers that are in enclosed/limited space areas.
Cons: Difficult to unplug without a lanyard of sorts attached to it. Considerably snug fit with most USB ports, hard to plug in and remove. If it takes more than a minute or two to read or write to the drive, the metal case gets too hot to touch. Large file transfers (over a few hundred megabytes) fail...
Summary: I purchased several different small drives to use in the Microsoft Sync system in my car. Some larger ones worked, but were in the way, or stuck out too far and ran the risk of getting broken.
Pros: Decent Speed. Small size, but appears sturdy. Seems to work as advertised.