Summary: I need 2 GB memory sticks for my Embroidery Sewing Machine. I cannot find them in any store. Walmart.com was the first place that I found them. I hope you will keep them on hand because I told all my friends about them. My machine will not accept anything larger than 2 GB.
Excerpt: I bought three Verbatim USB drives. We scanned 2,800 old photos and over 300 documents and saved all to three Verbatim USB drives. We gave one drive each to our kids. I really like the fact that the USB slides out and back in when you are done. Protects the drive and no lost covers. I had created two folders, one photos in .jpg format and the other documents in .pdf format. I dragged both folders to the USB drive and in a few minutes, the transfer was complete.
Cons: Rated for 2GB, but will only accept 239 MB. Physical installation is HARD; connector keeps sliding back up in the case; this type of storage unit is a bed idea without a MUCH better lock. Too cheap to return, will take a hammer to mine.
Excerpt: Transferring from giving compilation CDs/DVDs as presents to flash drive & memory card. I bought several - so far they work fine. I've had pretty good luck with Verbatim products in the past 4 or 5 years - much better than when the brand first came on the market.
Excerpt: I bought these as a class set for students. They are durable and hold just enough memory so they only keep their school work on them. They were big enough to clearly label so no one gets confused and ends up with someone elses drive and work. I also like that there is no cap for storage it is just a slide so we don't have to worry about missing pieces. I would highly recommend for 5th grade and up for classroom use!