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Pros: Tiny, tiny, tiny. My wife (and I) actually tested the waterproof function of this drive when she accidentally spilled a coke on it, and then I washed it off to get the coke residue out. Let it sit for a day in a cup of dry(uncooked) rice, and it's still working great.
Cons: It's not fast, but then again it's USB 2.0, and not a "high-performance" drive. The anodizing on the portion of the port that physically interfaces with a USB port is wearing off.
Other Thoughts: It is very small - so small wife had trouble keeping track of it. It's a bit larger than the Logitch USB micro transceivers for wireless mice.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Team C125 64GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model TC12564GB01
Pros: My wife is very happy with the flash drive. I'd put it on par with the Kingston DataTraveler one-piece metal housing design, but not quite as nice a finish (it is shiny and not quite as well finished). The one-piece metal housing is fantastic for keeping it working regardless of the average manhandling and drops - it lives in my wife's purse with all her stuff.
Cons: Don't expect it to be super fast, it is USB 2.0 afterall. It might be a bit snug in some USB ports, but nothing I felt was possibly damaging to the port.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston 16GB DataTraveler SE9 USB 2.0 Flash Drive (DTSE9H/16GBZ)
Pros: It's small, unobtrusive and hearty. The one-piece metal housing is fantastic for keeping it working regardless of the average manhandling and drops - and I've been through several SanDisk Cruzer Titanium drives. The finish on the cover is nicely brushed, and doesn't ding up very easily.
Cons: Don't expect data transfer to be super fast (it is USB 2.0 afterall). The drive can fit snugly in some USB ports, but nothing that I felt might be damaging to the USB port.READ FULL REVIEW