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Pros: Compact form-factor, high speed transfers under perfect conditions.
Cons: This device worked intermittently with my PC and Win7. I RMA'd it and had the same problem. Borrowed a friend's computer and it worked fine. Turned out my power supply wasn't providing consistent power and getting a new power supply fixed the Win7 issue. Upgraded to Win8 and the device started disconnecting (warning icon in device manager "Device could not start.")READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager 2GB Flash Drive (USB2.0 Portable) Model CMFUSB2.0-2GB
Pros: The first thing you'll notice is that this little guy feels solid. It's wrapped in a rubbery skin (think one of those MP3 player protective cases) which is a nice touch for those of us with sweaty palms.
DiskSpeed32 clocks this drive at 20398KBps avg. Which makes it fully capable of running Vista ReadyBoost and one of the fastest drives I've tested.
Cons: Easy to lose the lid. Is not as small as some other similarly priced units.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: OCZ Ultra-Slim Mini-Kart 2GB Flash Drive (USB2.0 Portable) Model OCZUSBM-2GB
Pros: Very very small. This little guy can fit in your wallet or even a business card holder. It comes with a tiny lanyard and an even tinier hole to loop it through.
Cons: Not fast enough to run Vista ReadyBoost. DiskSpeed32 clocks this drive at 10,312KBps avg.
You can find 2GB flash drives around here for the same price that will support ReadyBoost... the cost of size.