Summary: If you are frequently switching computers (office, home, library, internet cafe...), you'll see that connecting your USB flash drive several times a day will ultimately lead to tear and wear. That's why I use a short male/female USB extension cord.
Pros: It is small in size and large memory capacity. I bought this USB flash drive 4 months ago, use it daily ever since, yes, EVERY single day! This is a greally good deal. Still not convinced? A simple calculation of how many GB / $ will certainly convince you.
Pros: Smallest 32GB flash drive I've yet found; had drive 5 months now and not the slightest problem. Wish the 64GB drives were this small.
Cons: None -- I have 5 different brands of 32GB flash drives; this one is the one I carry in my pocket due to its smallest size. No place to store the cap on the drive, but most drives don't have that feature.
Summary: Go with a better branded drive with support and and a company that stands behind their warranties.
Pros: Was okay while it worked.
Cons: Quit after 9 months losing all data. Drive is recognized, but when you click on it Windows asks for a disk to be inserted. Reports 0 bytes of 0 bytes available. Based on Internet research a lot of people are experiencing the same issue with Transcend drives and are having the same experience I've...
Pros: Price LED at end of stick bright and responsive. Fits well in tight USB space
Cons: Takes an more time than most to be seen by computer upon plug in. No sure, but looks like I have been getting some data coruption when copying many files to stick. This might be from something unrelated, but going to keep an eye on this. Not sure if I would purchase again.