Sandisk Cruzer Micro 16 GB Reviews
Product Type: Sandisk Flash Drive
Description:Model ID SDCZ6-016G-E11 / SanDisk Cruzer Micro - USB flash drive - 16 GB - Hi-Speed USB - black / Cruzer Micro now ships with 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 ... more
Sandisk Cruzer Micro 16 GB ... wallpaper, preferences, favorites, profiles, and more - everything you need for a familiar computing experience on any PC, wherever you go. Cruzer Micro allows you to easily carry and transfer key documents, pictures, music and video clips from one computer to another. The new retractable USB port eliminates the need for caps and protects your USB connector.
Newest Review: ... separate lid. Its very light weight and compact, making it nice and convenient to carry around. It has a hook on the end of ... more
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Customer Sandisk Cruzer Micro 16 GB Reviews (21)
by - written on 04/08/10, updated on 05/08/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Although this isn't the experience many others seem to have had, I am very pleased with the product and I am glad I bought it. I paid £17 for it on offer at Amazon, which considering it is a 16GB memory stick, you can't expect miracles. 16GB is probably the biggest flash drive you will find without moving up to the 'mini portable hard drive range', but it is no bigger than your ordinary classic 1GB memory stick, if not smaller. It is also very very light. Firstly I will admit, when I bought it Cruzer was a brand I was not aware of, I was pleased to find out it was simply a name used by the well known Sandisk brand, so it's better value than it seems. Something ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 169 readings)
As I have a variety of equipment that can accept USB storage (such as flash drives and HDDs) I decided to replace my 1GB drive with a higher capacity one. I had a look on Amazon, predominantly, and read the reviews of various memory sticks - from big name brands to lesser known ones. My choice came down to Sandisk Cruzer and a few no name brands. As I had previously had good experience with the Sandisk Cruzer range I decided to stick with it. What A Mistake!! Going back to Amazon, I can see other people had problems too. The first problem I had was the speed. I knew it wasn't particularly fast in the first place but this was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
As anyone who has ever browsed through any of my previous review will know that I tend to like using flash drives, aka pen drives, as I find them a lot quicker to transfer data from PC to PC, as long as you do the usual virus check before hand. Anyway, I am the proud owner of several of these little technical miracles from many different manufacturers, such as Kingston, Bytestor and Integral. But I have to admit that one of my most favourite Flash drives has to be from the boffins who work for SanDisk, as I have many of these branded products with various memory storage sizes, from a mere 1GB to a rather eye watering 32GB... and it is the SanDisk Cruzer micro 16GB ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/10, updated on 15/06/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
I bought myself this SanDisk Cruzer just before I bought my laptop, I was abroad on holiday for a few months and I wanted a way to get copies of pictures and little home movies that we had done, I wanted a place I could store these until I could get back home and purchase a new computer or just put it on my back up hard drives that I have. Someone advised to me to get a flash drive and my only problem with that was I had only really seen small flash drives like 1 Gigabyte or 2, but when I saw this big memory storage on such a small device and doesn't require a motor, well that impressed me, I left my holiday with lots of memories and all on this one tiny little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
INTRODUCTION One of my mates at university has this memory stick and it caught my eye because of its enclosed designed, as I have had the problems with memory sticks getting broken as the metal connector has got bent while carrying it around in my bag or pocket. PRODUCT The product has a black plastic cover with a white slide buttons that pushes the connector in and out, keeping it all contained within one case, rather than having a separate lid. Its very light weight and compact, making it nice and convenient to carry around. It has a hook on the end of the case to allow you to attach it to a key ring, but bare in mind your keys may scratch the ... Read the complete review