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This review is from: Kingston 8GB DataTraveler SE9 USB 2.0 Flash Drive (DTSE9H/8GBZ)
Pros: Industrial design one of the best I've seen.
Bought these at a bargain.
Small form factor
built in "handle"
Cons: usb 2 starting to show its age, but they were purchased at a bargain to make up for it. 5 eggs.
Other Thoughts: Bought two to archive old, stable versions of OS X; Lion and Snow Leopard.
They are very small and well designed and also have a keyring of sorts for those desiring that feature.
Pros: excellent value: paid $123 for 250GB brand name SSD
achieves advertised throughput under benchmarks
Cons: boots linux slower than older OCZ Vertex it replaced.
Other Thoughts: This drive takes a few seconds longer to boot Ubuntu 14.04 than my OCZ Vertex 4 purchased over a year ago. With the OCZ, machine booted up nearly seemingly instantaneous; under 4 seconds. With the Samsung, boot times are still very fast, but had to deduct an egg as it boots noticeably slower than year old technology. Could be it isn't optimal with Linux or my ASRock Extreme 4 motherboard. Drive is extremely fast though once booted.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: white; matches baseboards
zero signal noise or lag
Other Thoughts: Cable arrived even more shielded than expected. Blends right into baseboards with white color. Cable is run around desk, through wall, and into server closet. Signal is indistinquishable from 3' vs 15' away.READ FULL REVIEW