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Pros: Very large space (119 actual gigabytes). I always wanted to own one. Now I do. :)
Cons: Very slow. Even after formatting for NTFS, I get steady average of 8Mb/s. It starts with 130 but then quickly falls.
The encryption software that comes on the drive is slow on large files, and you have to install part of it on your computer. To remove the drive by ejecting it first, you first have to stop the software or you will be getting warnings that the drive is in use. So I just removed it, and will use third party one. The second software is ads, so don't install it.
Other Thoughts: If you going to get such a large drive, pay extra and get USB3. Once you get it, just erase everything and reformat the drive to NTFS, unless you will use it in a car or some place that only accepts FAT32 format, which is native to these drives.
The model I am reviewing is "SDCZ60-128G-A11".
Pros: Very small, aluminum body. Fits perfectly on my car key chain for my car listening pleasure and carrying important files. 32gig in a very small package is still somewhat hard to believe.
Cons: The plug hole, while fits, is very tiny. So it requires a mild degree of force to shove this device in, while being careful not to snap it. Hence one egg off.
Other Thoughts: It's a good start for micro products. Let's try to make it more convenient next time.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: G.SKILL 16GB microSDHC Flash Card Model FF-TSDG16GA-C6
Pros: It is fast. I never had class 10, but this is very fast. Having popular G.Skill name helps as well.
Cons: None so far.READ FULL REVIEW