Pros great price for lots of memory
Cons not ReadyBoost compatible
Summary I got this drive for about $15 (after rebate) at Circuit City, which is an awesome price for this much memory. Unfortunately, I purchased it specifically to use for Vista ReadyBoost to enhance my laptop's performance, and only found out after I got it home that it's not fast enough for this use. It's still a great drive for a great price, but don't get it if your sole intent is to use for ReadyBoost (check one of these sites for ReadyBoost-compatible flash drives: http://vistaflashdrives.com/ http://www.grantgibson.co.uk/misc/readyboost/).Updated
Update -- if you follow the directions on this website you can push this drive over the ReadyBoost threshold: http://thunor.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!71C238B5E0E3724D!206.entry
"Awesome Drive!"on by kyorge629
Pros Small, Sleek, Thin. Great Price and capacity. Very solid feel and build quality. Convienient features. IE cap's ability to stick onto the bottom of the drive.
Cons None. Everything is done correctly.
Summary Excellent drive. Very small and compact. Great design.. There really isnt much that can goes wrong with usb drives with kingston. Good price too. Try buy.com.
"very easy to use."on by lou1996
Pros light weight, green light to show when data is tranfering
Cons none that i can think of
Summary i have used this on two computers with win xp and also with two others with win vista.
when i plug it in, the auto play windows opens. have not ried with ready boost yet, but ohther thatn that, i am glad i invested in this little treasure.
Pros Looks great, small, more than enough memory for the price tag
Cons plastic feel doesnt make it seam too safe to be bumped around
Pros 2GB and Price
Cons Cap could be easily lost
Summary Prices on Flash drives are falling so keep an eye out on deals. Kingston has a Rebate which dropped this lil hummer down to $30!
Quick transfer with no extra unwanted software preloaded.