Pros: Wide temperature operating range allows me to use in the car year round. It works how you would expect a midrange USB 2.0 Flash drive to work.
Cons: For the money it is not the fastest or largest drive you can buy.
Overall Review: I find it very difficult to find USB Flash drives that have an operating temperature that would make it suitable for use in a car year round. I wanted one to load MP3s onto for my car stereo. The vast majority of drives are only rated for 0ºC to 50ºC operation or don't even specify what the temperature range is. These are rated for -25ºC to 85ºC by the manufacturer.
I'll report again when it has survived a full year of conditions. (assuming that I remember to by then.
Pros: Could be great if they are real...
Cons: Bought these from NewEgg sellec called ALLFOX Co,Ltd - now it does not exist.
Contacted San Disk. Did several tests on the flashdrives (complete format of each, write/read attempts, etc) and after all, got a response that the flashdives I got "do not seem to be of an authentic San Disk brand retail product."
Now have no idea what to do...
Pros: Speed 15 W & 9 R. It has a secretive LED light located on the side of the slide. It blinks slowly when idle and faster when writing. Non-typical.
Cons: The slide is obnoxious to me. It does not glide forward in a glass smooth movement, and once locked, it must be firmly pressed to release. For this I dock and egg. There are many brands nowadays that glide and lock smoothly. I put Avira Rescue on it and set it way back in my cache of drives. Using it once in a blue moon, will mitigate my dislike.
Overall Review: XP, 8.1, or 7 all do not have eject in the right-click in Explorer. I have never seen this in a flash drive, although it is the norm for USB HDD. It does, however have the safely remove in the tray icon.
Pros: Slides back to be compact when not in use, solid in data transfers.
Cons: Like any USB flash drive, if it's not in your computer, make sure it's in a safe place or you can lose them easily!
Overall Review: I've never had any problems with either flash drive (one 16GB, one 32GB) from SanDisk (neither purchased on Newegg, bought locally at brick-and-mortar outlets as I need to buy them for immediate use) and the drives have always done their job, including when doing a data transfer from an old PATA hard drive in an external enclosure directly to the Flash Drive. The 32GB drive is in a computer port at all times and does the job its there for. Would buy again.
Pros: It's 64gb. When it actually works it's great...
Cons: It stopped working correctly a few months after I got it. The thing always comes out of the slider because it doesn't lock in place. All of my computers have stopped acknowledging it properly. I generally have to plug/unplug it from various USB ports on my pcs before it's even recognized.
Pros: BOUGHT THIS USB FLASH DRIVE TO REPLACE A CORSAIR DRIVE. THIS FLASH DRIVE HAS SECURITY FEATURES BUILT INTO IT. THAT ALLOWS A PASSWORD TO BE SET. IN CASE OF LOSS OR THEFT NO ONE WILL BE ABLE TO SEE YOUR FILES.
Cons: NONE AT THIS TIME
Overall Review: LIKED THIS DRIVE SO MUCH I ORDERED ANOTHER 1 FROM NEWEGG. SANDISK MAY VERY WELL PROVE TO BE THE LEADER IN FLASH DRIVE STORAGE.
Pros: It works. pretty fast for 2.0. haven't had a problem yet. will edit if something happens.
Cons: Rattles if you shake it, feels cheap.