Lexar jumpdrives are useful for taking files of any type on the go without worrying too much about the drive itself bumping around much. They come with useful rubber cases that serve as protection. The rubber has a loop for keychains and is easy to remove and put back on the drive. Most drives come in ren and have a light at the end that indicates that work is being done or that data is being transferred between the computer and the drive. The drive is big enough so that it isn't easy to lose, yet small enough to be able to carry it around in your pocket without feeling as though it's being an obstruction. There are different capacities for those who don't need so much or for those who do. They're quite reliable as well. One cool thing about these flash drives is that there as an mp3 player that is designed specifically for them. You just put music files in the drive and then pop the drive into the mp3 player(sold separately from the drives themselves) and you can listen to whatever you put on the drive, provided that the music files are in the right formats.
It's a nice little drive with a relatively low price.