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SanDisk Cruzer 8GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ36-008G-B35)
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- Take it all with you on reliable SanDisk USB flash drives
- Transfer with confidence when moving images and other files from PC to PC or other CE devices
- Available in 4GB, 8GB,16GB and 32GB capacities
- Ideal for video-the easy way to store, share and playyour favorite video files.
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|Digital Storage Capacity||8 GB||8 GB||16 GB||32 GB||16 GB||8 GB|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0|
|Item Dimensions||0.59 x 3.15 x 0.79 in||0.82 x 0.44 x 2.37 in||0.44 x 0.82 x 2.37 in||0.8 x 2.31 x 0.4 in||0.8 x 2.31 x 0.4 in||0.4 x 2.3 x 0.8 in|
|Item Weight||0.18 ounces||0.32 ounces||0.18 ounces||0.64 ounces||0.64 ounces||0.32 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||8 GB||8 GB||16||32 GB||16 GB||8|
Experience reliable, portable storage with a SanDisk Cruzer USB Flash Drive. Why leave your photos, videos and music at home when they'll fit in your pocket? Trust the minds behind flash memory to make it easy to store, transfer and share your digital files wherever you go.With up to 32GB* of storage, these drives are built to handle the real world's bumps and turnsso you can count on them to help you share plenty of pix, flix and other digital favorites wherever you go.
From the Manufacturer
With USB ports popping up everywhere you look, you need a simple and reliable way to store and share your photos, videos and music on the fly. The SanDisk Cruzer USB Flash Drive is your answer. Because it works with virtually any computer or electronic device with a USB slot, this flash drive lets you leave your laptop at home but still take your vast amounts of content with you to share with family and friends. And to make sure all your important files are protected, SanDisk offers the free SecureAccess software download, which adds a private, password-protected folder to your drive. Whether you need to transport your latest MP3 downloads, vacation videos, or your college thesis, the San Disk Cruzer USB Flash Drive offers secure, portable storage that you can trust.
Innovative capless design exposes the USB connector via a convenient slider. View larger.
The San Disk Cruzer USB Flash Drive is a fast and reliable flash storage device for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS 10+ and Linux machines.
With USB ports on computers, to new ports popping up on cars, DVD players, TVs, photo frames, and more, the need for a fast and reliable way to share your digital content on a moment's notice is greater than ever.
The San Disk Cruzer USB Flash Drive meets that need. This reliable flash drive fits in the palm of your hand and gives you the storage capacity you need to store and transfer up to 8 GB of data.
While the drive is optimized for laptops and devices with USB 2.0 port, it is backwards compatible with older devices that have USB 1.1 ports, so you can be assured of near universal compatibility.
View Videos Without Extra Software or Setup
With the San Disk Cruzer USB Flash Drive, you can transfer your favorite video from one device to another easily and conveniently, without any additional software or setup. The drive offers drag-and-drop convenience, which means you can simply drag the files from your device onto your SanDisk Cruzer Flash drive, or vice versa, without any steps.
Transferring video files from computer to computer, or from your drive to a USB-enabled DVD player, is incredibly simple. Drag your video files from your PC to your USB flash drive and then plug the drive into your DVD player -- or even your USB-enabled TV -- and sit back to enjoy the show.
Smart, Stylish Design for Ease of Use
With a capless design that exposes the USB connector via a convenient slider, the San Disk Cruzer USB Flash Drive looks just as great as it performs.
When you plug the San Disk Cruzer USB Flash Drive into your USB-enabled device, a glowing, amber-colored LED alerts you that the drives are ready for reading or writing data. This LED rapidly pulses when data is being transferred, and it slows down when the drives are idle, giving you a clear indication of the disk's activity.
Create a private folder or "vault" on your San Disk Cruzer USB Flash Drive with the SecureAccess software, available as a free download on sandisk.com. SecureAccess makes it easy to protect critical files like business presentations or legal documents. Simply drag and drop files into the vault, and they'll be protected by a personal password and automatic 128-bit AES encryption.*** You also get the added protection of secure online backup (up to 2 GB*) offered by SanDisk's online backup partner.****
The San Disk Cruzer USB Flash Drive is compatible as a flash storage device with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS 10+ and Linux machines.
The drive is backed by a limited two-year warranty.
SanDisk Corporation is a Silicon Valley-based S&P 500 and Fortune 500 company. It is a global leader in flash memory cards--from research, manufacturing, and product design to consumer branding and retail distribution. SanDisk holds more than 1,700 U.S. patents and more than 1,100 foreign patents.
SanDisk is the inventor of the microSD card format, the co-inventor of the SD card format, and pioneered the CompactFlash card format. SanDisk has the rights to manufacture and sell every major flash memory card format, including CompactFlash, SD/SDHC, microSD/microSDHC, Memory Stick PRO, and related Memory Stick products and USB flash drives. SanDisk's product portfolio includes flash memory cards for mobile phones; digital cameras and camcorders; digital audio/video players; USB flash drives; embedded memory for mobile devices; and solid-state drives for computers.
What's in the Box
San Disk Cruzer USB Flash Drive (8 GB)
Top customer reviews
I have over 20 USB drives because I keep on losing them, and I have bought a lot of different drives over the years.
Compared to most other USB drives, the Sandisk is priced in the similar range, but much more stable.
All my cars and devices recognize these SanDisk Cruzer drives without any issues, including my 2015 Subaru WRX which is very picky when it comes to USB drives (for example, the WRX wouldn't take my Kingston and a few other drives).
The read/write speed is also very stable, not crazy fast compare to other drives, but stable. Most of my other USB drives will see a very noticeable speed fluctuation when writing/reading multiple smaller files, but this is not a problem with this Sandisk. Sequential read/write is also better than most other drives I have bought in the similar price range.
Cheap, stable, reasonable read/write speed.
However, these USB drives are pretty big compared to other options on the market, which could be a con for some, but I would be happy to take the larger size as a trade off for all the benefits listed above.
The speed shown is for the 8GB version of this drive.
Transfer rates seem normal (fast) and I've been playing with one of these for about a month now, mostly with trying out different Linux distributions for booting off this drive. The other one is just being used for misc. files, and whatnot. I do like the slide-out mechanic. You just give it a slight push downwards, and out. Then, same for pulling is back in. Be sure to push it down slightly before sliding, because it won't move otherwise. I hadn't realized in the beginning. It was working normal, and then jammed up. And yeah, turned out that for some reason, that specific time, I wasn't putting downward pressure on the "slider". It was probably just the position of my hand, or something.
Anyway, I'm sure this will last quite a while and continue to be reliable until it eventually dies. Seems all forms of digital media do, eventually. Just throwing that out there as a friendly tip. Back up in two locations/methods, minimum, if you have any sensitive data, especially those precious (visual) memories... Like pictures, videos, music probably not as important, but hey, anything you would be upset/cry over losing, is important to back up. Again, just as some friendly advice, set up increments for backing up your data. Maybe, every month or so, or if you've been heavy on your files during that period, go every two weeks. Get something like a highly rated/good external hard drive, and maybe one of these, in higher capacity, like 32gb or 64gb. Yes, it costs money, but you will be thankful later when you (unreliable) Hard Drive or Solid State Drive on your computer fails.
PS, I can't really speak for the reliability of the other Cruzer size variants, but I'm sure they work just fine. I know I was much longer winded here than I needed to be, but I know many will be looking to use these drives as somewhat "permanent" means of backup, which is both a good and bad option, as I have said above. If you read through this, good. If not, then whatever, but hopefully this helps people to realize how important these things can be. No form of digital media is completely permanent. Not even gold "archival grade" DVD's. A good alternative to those however, are Taiyo Yuden "Silver Thermal Lacqer", which to be honest, seem to perform well compared to gold dvd's.
It sat in her pencil box for weeks until she chose to do an extra credit video project for her class. We aren't well set up to move files between devices and the video file was too large to email from the phone we recorded her on...so we transferred the file from the phone to the PC and then had to figure out how she could get it to the teacher.
Um...lightbulb! There's an unused flash drive in the pencil box! We loaded the video onto her drive. It even played back beautifully from the drive when we tested it.
I think she may want to turn in all of her homework on flash drives from now on. I hope not for a while, though. I just bought her three reams of paper!
While I haven't speed tested them, loading a nearly 1 GB Linux image and a 4 GB persistence file took only a few minutes including the time required to decompress the Linux image. Pretty good speed for a USB 2.0 device.