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Super Talent Pico-C 16 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive STU16GPCS (Silver)
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Appearance-wise, it's shiny but gets scratched very easily and finger prints stay. It doesn't just scratch, but the kind of scratch that tears the little shiny film on the outside till it shatters and break off, similar to old glue. Over a long period of time, it really loses that sheik look, with all the scratches and finger prints.
I used it to store software installers, drivers, and documents, all for work. It was filled up to about 14 of the 16GB most of the time, but never completely full. I would say that I used it daily, only to backup a few files, but never anything hardware enduring. The biggest file I ever backed up was a disc image (700MB), and I never ran any portable programs directly from it. I kept the drive on a small key ring with my keys as a key chain, so it was banging against my keys most of the time. I read other reviews, one saying that the drive also kept on a key chain had lasted two years and was still going strong.
Well, today mine just stopped working.Read more ›
Really small size can be a good thing depending on your preference. I have it on my keychain and it doesn't add much so I, personally, like its size. It's also suppose to be waterproof and very durable. However, I haven't had it long enough to say how durable it is.
It is kind of hard to put into most usb slots. Once you use this drive on the same usb slot, the slot itself seems to get loose. I noticed that my other usb drive slide into the usb slot a lot easier after using the Pico-C.
The first thing I noticed when I got the drive was that it was very difficult to insert and remove the drive from the USB slot. It is a VERY tight fit. Although the drive did work....for a while.
The flash drive was fine for about 2 weeks and then started acting up. The flash drive would be inserted in the usb slot and my computer would say that its disconnecting, then reconnecting, disconnecting etc. This was happening not only on my desktop but also my laptop and friends computers as well.
After cleaning out my drive, reformatting, and virus scanning it still does not work. Its to the point now where my computers say that the drivers could not install themselves when the flash drive was inserted into the slot.
It's very aggravating having a USB flash drive which is supposedly made to last a long time and be durable only last a few days. Now I am back to using my SanDisk Cruzer Micro.
Now look at me. Here I sit with a flash drive that has 800x more storage space than my first computer's hard drive (that's 100MB for the math challenged amongst you) and its smaller than a Canadian $1 coin.
So, on to the review.
Ease of use: there was a teeny bit of a learning curve trying to plug it in for the first time. Its a tight fit on most of my USB ports (mother board, PS3, etc). I was afraid to damage them or the drive if I used too much pressure. But once I got the hang of it, plugging in and removing was a cinch.
Write speed: I'm very impressed. At first I thought it seemed slow (3min to upload a file) then I realized that the file I was uploading was 4GB and I didn't feel so bad. Read times are great too. I was able to unload said 4GB file to my PS3 in less than 2 minutes.
Aesthetics: It looks awesome, like a little medallion. In fact, I'm going to go get a decent clasp and necklace to hang it from. Unfortunately, one of my complaints about the drive is the chain it comes with. It's very flimsy and looks exceptionally cheep. Like something you would get on a Dollar store key chain. I certainly wouldn't want to hang my keys from it (not to mention having it bang around with your keys would scratch the drives finish and possibly damage the connections).
Sturdiness: Well, I haven't tried to damage it yet, and don't really fancy giving it a go, but it looks and feels solid enough to handle most general bangs and I doubt dropping it from any height would do much. I was unaware that it was water resistant, so that's a plus.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked fine for about 20 uses over a couple of years, then it stopped working altogether. My iMac's onboard USB ports as well as an external USB hub don't recognize it.Published 4 days ago by BudK
Lasted for a couple of months. I used it moderately throughout a semester at school (approximately 3-5 times a week). Read morePublished 6 days ago by amiable
Edges are a little sharp and the hole for the keychain could be bigger. Other than that it's great. Super small.Published 1 month ago by Arlen Anderson
waterproof and a solid drive. nice to carry around, but try to buy a 32bg or 64 if they have it.Published 1 month ago by LDiaz69
Fantastic! I have had two of these for at least 5 years and both work well. I carry them around in my pocket on a daily basis wit my keys and have never had any trouble reading or... Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. D. Bartlett
This is my second one. I had the first one for years... it's so durable and compact. Most people don't even know what it is.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer