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This review is from: SanDisk Extreme 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model SDCZ80-064G-A75
Pros: One reviewer mentioned that this drive doesn't work as a boot drive, but I've been using it as an Ubuntu boot drive for a few months with no problems.
32GB primary partition as primary NTFS, to share files with Windows systems. 32GB as an extended Ubuntu boot partition.
I've tried a similar approach with slower (regular-speed) USB flash devices, and they work, but this one is much faster. It's very usable for work, including software development and playing around with servers. Performance hasn't noticeably degraded, either, unlike cheaper devices.
Physical design is pretty good -- the slide-out mechanism locks well enough in place to be easy to plug in. Still reliable after a few months riding around on a keychain in my pocket and backpack, used a few times a day.
Cons: Kinda large, but still small enough to fit next to other USB devices.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Packaging is much, much improved over earlier reports. Received one today, it was nicely packed in a large box, no edges sticking out or nuthin. In fact my daughters are playing with the packing materials now and refuse to give them back.
Cons: One dark pixel. I'll live.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Sorry, this isn't really a review -- according to Dell's site, this is 1920x1080, not 1920x1200. I'm sure it's a brilliant monitor -- Dell's IPS monitors are universally fantastic in my experience.
Cons: Not x1200.READ FULL REVIEW