"Gread drive"on by akira2
Pros Looks good, retractable USB, large capacity, encryption.
Cons Nothing major that I can think of...
Summary I switched from a 512MB USB drive from four years ago to this, and although there was not much of a difference, (it is just an USB drive, after all)there were some pleasant features.
The retractable port was nice, as there would be no more need for caps, and losing caps for that matter.
Theres a keychain, apposed to the string and plastic connection that broke (accidentally) the month I got it.
Furthermore, the size is smaller, making it much more portable.
The encryption software got stronger over the years as well.
I've heard and read lots of complaints about the software. I do not understand why.
I believe it is a good and useful software.
The only negative opinion I do have is that it is not practical.
Overall, I believe it is a great Flash drive.
Pros Hasn't eaten any of my files (knock on wood)
Cons slider function
Summary Spend a little more on the stick that doesn't retract unless you have roomy space around your available USB slots. Otherwise plugging that sucker in flush against another USB cable while holding your finger on the slider and keeping it from retracting is nearly impossible. I suppose it isn't such a problem unplugging one to fit it in, then replugging the other, unless you're crawling under your desk...
Also, unlike my other Sandisk sticks, this one prompts my computer to install driver software every time I plug it in.
Pros It's a flash drive.
Cons What cons can one have with something so simple?
Summary It does the job, and that's about it.
Pros Small size, no cap, key ring.
Cons Doesn't feel very durable, u3 isn't great (but it's easily removed).
Summary All in all, it's a good, inexpensive flash drive. I found the pre-installed u3 program to be useless, but some may like it. Contrary to what has been posted, it does not install ANYTHING on your PC, it runs independently off of the flash drive.
Pros Great memory, excellent ready boost preformance, lots of apps, most affordable for it's memory
Cons Fair speed file transfer
Summary I was looking for a flash drive for Windows ready boost. I found the Sandisk cruzer Micro to be the cheapest(i found it for 20.00!), and to work great with ready boost! It comes preloaded with tons of security, photo, and game apps.Plus it has 2 GB of memory! But, it does have pretty slow file transfer with pictures and media. So, if you want a all-in-one flash drive for a cheap price, The Sandisk Cruzer Micro is for you!!!