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This review is from: Kingston Digital 8GB DataTraveler SE9 USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Pros: Nice design on the outside
Cons: Wow, these write in the 2-4 MB/s range. Awfully slow.
Other Thoughts: These write data really slow, didn't measure read speed but they are not very useful to me.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston Digital 16GB DataTraveler SE9 USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Pros: Great form factor.
Cons: The transfer rates are in the 2-4MB/s range for a big transfer.
Other Thoughts: I bought 3 8GB drives and this 16 GB and they are all brutally slow to write to. These are significantly slower than other older Kingston flash drives that I have.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Full blown Windows computer. Atom CPU is good on the battery.
Cons: Slow, takes hours to charge. FRAGILE. FRAGILE.
Other Thoughts: Mine arrived with defects and would lockup and then crash. It would restart and had video anomalies. The video would sometimes put lines on the screen. Restarting would fix it but I sent it in for repairs.
After having it back for a week I dropped it lightly, it was in a case but a few vertical lines appeared. Sent it in for service and was told that it can be fixed for $700.
This is supposed to be a business quality device but it is poorly made. The construction is not as good as an ipad, Surface RT, Surface Pro, Nexus 7, or Galaxy tab device. This would be a poorly made Lenovo idea line product.
As a business product, which the Lenovo Think line claims to be this is too poorly made. The back is thin plastic and doesn't provide ample support or rigidity. The glass is what keeps this thing flat. Any pressure even just on top of it, compromises this device.
Don't expect this to last long. I have never broken a phone, tablet or laptop. This device lasted me 7 weeks.