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Verbatim 32GB Micro USB Flash Drive, Black 44051
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- USB 2.0 Interface
- Tiny, rugged USB drive measures 1.26 x 0.48 x 0.1 inch
- Ruggedized SIP (System in Package) design, encapsulates and protects electronic components from water, dust, and debris.
- 4GB -32GB capacities
- Available in 7 trendy colors
- Bonus key ring lanyard for mobile phones or key rings
- Intuitive Ergonomic design with slim, streamlined style for easy handling
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|Hardware Connectivity||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0|
|Item Dimensions||0.19 x 5.3 x 3.5 in||0.16 x 1.42 x 0.47 in||0.49 x 1.23 x 0.13 in||0.08 x 1.76 x 0.48 in|
|Item Weight||0.4 ounces||—||1.12 ounces||0.8 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB||8 GB||32 GB||64 GB|
Travel-tough and water resistant, the Verbatim Micro USB Drive offers secure storage in an ultra-compact size. The ergonomic form factor makes handling the drive easy while the ruggedized SIP design makes this an ultra portable, durable and reliable USB drive. The included lanyard makes keeping up with this tiny drive easy when on the go.
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This little drive has a great form factor, and goes well on a keychain. But the plastic housing just doesn't hold up. I started seeing significant scratching of the plastic in under a month of just having it on a keychain. In month 2 or 3, a small piece of the housing had actually chipped away. It is no longer water resistant, that's for sure. I don't see this thing lasting more than 6 months for any sort of reliable data storage.
I had gotten this to replace my metal-housed Pico C. Now I'm sort of preferring the Pico again. It held up better.
For a drive of this type, it really has to be more durable. It's not like an external hard drive that just sits on a desk or in a drawer.
That said, my drive still technically functions, and for that I am giving 3 stars. For a 4 or 5 star portable drive, look elsewhere.
However, when you get right down to it, I'm not convinced this is the right way to design things like this. The number one problem is the fact that the unshielded connector is not keyed to prevent insertion upside down; I think the recent example of Apple's new Lightning connector makes a very good case for placing identical contacts on both sides of the plug so it doesn't matter which way you put it in. Also, the smooth plastic makes it somewhat more difficult than necessary to actually extract the drive when you're done with it; I'm not sure why it didn't occur to the manufacturer to put some kind of ridges or rough spots to make it easier to grip, especially when you've accidentally jammed it in upside down.
It's hard to really get excited about the aesthetics and ergonomics of flash drives, but as these things shrink, the ergonomics are becoming more and more relevant. Verbatim didn't quite nail this one, but really, unless you have motion problems in your hands, this isn't going to be a huge issue. (On the other hand, if you do, buy a bigger flash drive.)
The product details claim that the flash drive is water-resistant; since I'm a Vine reviewer and it's my job to test the items I get, I took the flash drive and fully submerged it into a cup of water for 5 seconds. I dried it off and then plugged it back into my computer- my comp had no problems reading the flash drive, and I randomly picked a few files to open- no corruption!
The product also claims to be travel-tough. The flash drive better be tough because the microchip portion that plugs into the USB is exposed constantly; there is no cover at all to protect it. I keep a flash drive on my keys at all times, and this micro one is going to replace my regular-sized flash drive. If anything ever happens to the micro flash drive, I will come back and update my review...but if it can stand a good dunking, I think it'll be ok with constant abuse as a keychain.
I seriously think the only way you could ruin this thing is by flat-out losing it. It's so compact and tiny that stepping on it or dropping it probably won't cause any damage at all. I am definitely impressed, and I would recommend this to anyone!