So my hubby got this USB flash drive as a gift from his brother last year. He got it as a secondhand because his brother had just bought a new flash drive and my hubby was in need for a flash drive at that time (his old one had been broken). This flash drive is made by Kingston, a well-known brand for computer stuffs. The model is Data Traveler, and at the time when my brother-in-law bought it, this model was very popular and as far as I know, many people used this model by Kingston. Well, is it really that good?
First of all, I've got to say that I'm impressed by the sliding feature on the first time we used it. We can hide the USB port and that way it protects the data more securely. This kind of feature was the newest feature offered by many USB flash drive brands back then, and I guess Kingston didn't want to stay behind. The design is so simple, it's black-colored and the entire body is made of plastic (a good quality plastic, actually). The capacity is 2 GB, enough to store lots of data. The reading and writing speed is so-so, not so quick but not so slow. Though this is not my hubby's favorite (he already bought a new flash drive), but it still works well until now. I sometimes use it and it's good to know that it's still working. This is a recommended flash drive, but I don't know of they have larger capacity for this model.