Advantages Hi speed, great security software, handy, capacity gauge constant, keyring hole
Disadvantages Very hard to find now 4 years later; greedy sellers mean different prices.
My first foray into USB Flash drives came at the expense of using a very cheap 1GB Mp3 player I bought a few years ago from Woolworths. It had a product name that was not available on the internet, unashamedly cheap looking, sported a speaker, a few sound settings and passed itself off as a 1 GB multi-media device not only useful for storing music and playing, but also useful for storing data such as word documents or affiliated documents from a PC. Now at the time I didn't really think that I would need anything more than this brilliant little Mp3 player with the only downside that it used a single AAA battery that kept losing power the moment it was installed and as such documents had to be transferred over in a jiffy at the time of need.
Not so with the Lexar; this stick has been pulled & used by pupils, thrown when borrowed by other colleagues, stamped on and still works like new since the day I got it - not bad considering that its design is at best, the least offensive and has a white strip at the back for the owner to write whatever they want; mine has my name on it incase it gets lost for example, whilst on the main face of the stick apart from the Lexar brand name in white lettering there is a very handy and almost unique file usage LCD panel that constantly shows how much giga byte / memory space has been used up.
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