SanDisk SDCZ7-4096-A11 4GB Ultra Cruzer Titanium USB Flash Drive (Silver) (SDCZ7-4096-A10RB)
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- U3 smart enabled
- Retractable USB connector eliminates the need for caps
- Extremely rugged and smart USB flash drive
- Liquidmetal casing is crush-resistant to over 2,000 lbs
- Easily carry and transfer key documents, pictures, music and video clips
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4 GB Cruzer Titanium U3 w/Ready Boost
From the Manufacturer
Cruzer Titanium is an extremely rugged and smart USB flash drive. It is built with Liquidmetal casing that is crush-resistant to over 2,000 lbs. Cruzer Titanium also includes U3 smart technology. Co-Invented by SanDisk, U3 technology gives you the ability to carry your files AND your software on a secure USB drive. You can have your wallpaper, preferences, favorites, profiles, and more - everything you need for a familiar computing experience on any PC, wherever you go.
Includes Skype exclusively on all Cruzer Micro and Cruzer Titanium USB flash drives. Make voice and video calls from PC to PC anywhere in the world.
Cruzer Titanium allows you to easily store key documents, pictures, music & video clips and transfer them to another computer with a USB port. New retractable USB port eliminates the need for caps and protects your USB connector.
Cruzer Titanium also includes Skype, CruzerSync desktop synchronization, Avast antivirus, and SignupShield password manager.
- 4 GB capacity
- Retractable USB connector
- Dimensions: 7.14mm x 19.05mm x 57.94mm (D x W x L)
- Rugged Liquidmetal body
- Crush force exceeds 2000 lbs
- Laser etched graphics and finish
- U3 smart enabled
- Loaded with the following U3 compatible PC programs: CruzerSync synchronization tool, SignupShield password manager, SKYPE "Make video calls from PC to PC", AVAST virus scan
- Distinctive Blue LED
- Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified (backwards compatible with all USB 1.1 ports)
- USB Mass Storage Class Device
- Compatible with Windows 2000 SP4 and XP*
- Certified Windows 2000 and XP*
* U3 functionality only supported on Windows 2000 (SP4 and later) & XP OS
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Honestly, I'm not a responsible web shopper because I can't believe I came to review a product after 5 years when I bought it through Amazon. Now that it is even discontinued...
I spent $50 on this 4GB drive 5 years ago, and I almost laughed when I saw the invoice just now, because we can buy a 64GB USB 3.0 drive right now for that price. However, when I look back the past five years, I felt that this drive deserves that price tag. It has been attached to all my keys since the day one I got it and has been in my pocket all the time. Imagine the torture it must have been through--squeeze, smash, grinding, etc. Yet, it is holding up very well after it's recent 5yo birthday (Dec 4th). I also remember that I lost my "chain of keys" in a dance club two years ago. The next day I hit to the Lost & found, the plastic part on one of my keys had fallen off and the Dillon's shopper card was distorted. Obviously the keys (and the flash drive) had gone through some serious stepping, yet the drive itself survived. This also became a reason why i now refuse to put any plastic drive onto my key chain.
The other day, I went into a store to color print some documents. After touching my USB drive, the employee said, "hmmm, that's a special flash drive." I thought, yep, definitely, I could hardly find anything with comparable build quality in the market now, and I have been looking around for several months now, because I realized this drive's capacity came to its limit and I need a drive with at least 16GB.
Looking around on SanDisk's website, nothing but fragile plastics are filling out their product lines, and it just appears that the glory in the past is no longer with this company...
Of course, I might have been sentimental and emotional with this, because as a previous review says, the technology has been patented by Apple (ugly). I'm just sad the glorious days of SanDisk have come and gone, in a matter of several years.
I hope this kind of product return with USB 3.0 and large capacity. I would pay for the premium once again, in a heart beat.
I have always been intrigued by SanDisk's Cruzer Titanium flash drive and I finally bought this Ultra version to see if it is really as nice as others seem to think. Since I mostly use Mac computers and I don't use encryption for my everyday document and photo transfers, the first thing I did was to remove the U3 launchpad with SanDisk's removal software, which worked perfectly.
What I have left is a medium speed, plain vanilla flash drive in what is very possibly the strongest and best designed USB housing I have ever used. The Ultra also represents a never-again moment in history when SanDisk used a patented alloy called LiquidMetal to build flash drives. Apple bought the exclusive right to use LiguidMetal in 2010, so unless Apple starts building flash drives there will never be another USB flash drive made of this special alloy.
Finally, as others have pointed out, this version of the Ultra has a very nifty blue led rather than the orange led used on other Cruzer Titanium flash drives.
I just received the second SanDisk flash drive and had a very different experience. After inserting it, the menu described above never appeared. Instead, the U3 software installed and there was a system tray icon and a second icon on the lower right corner of my Desktop. I went to Settings to uninstall U3 and received a message saying that wasn't possible because I had two U3 drives operating (not true). I downloaded the U3 uninstall utility from SanDisk's website and received the same message. Other people reported this problem on SanDisk's forum and none of the suggested remedies (disconnecting the printer cable, disabling other USB drive ports) worked for me. Also, the extension on the second flash drive was an even tighter fit and impossible to insert in some USB ports. I'm returning the second unit to Amazon for a refund.
The SanDisk Cruzer Titanium appears to be a physically sturdy unit but I could do without the oversized USB extensions and the inexplicable difficulty uninstalling the U3 software in the second flash drive I received.