- Screen Size: 2.4 inches
- RAM: 128 GB
Get 8GB to 256GB* of reliable and secure storage for photos, videos, music and other files. The included SanDisk SecureAccess software(1) provides password protection to keep private files secure while leaving the...
Excellent! Only issue I had was I did not know this was formatted in X-FAT32. I bought this thumb drive to put the movies I have on my PC on it so that I could watch them in my living room on my smart tv... after spending a couple hours transferring files to the drive, I plug it into my smart tv and get an error telling me that the drive was not supported. I tried it on my Sony Blu-ray that has a usb slot for external media and it doesn’t recognize the drive either. I tell my husband about it and he says I need to format the thumb drive with a regular FAT32 file system. Well, I did as I was instructed, reloaded the movies after formatting with FAT32 and bingo! Both my smart tv and my Blu-ray can now read the files on the drive! So, if anyone has problems with your devices reading or even recognizing the drive after loading files in the X-FAT32 format, reformat the drive with FAT32 and then reload your files. You should be good to go! SANDISK, YOU REALLY SHOULD LABLE THE PACKAGING WITH THE TYPE OF FORMATING ON THE DRIVE! That would save people a lot of wasted time knowing this in advance!
The flash drive works well out of the box. The slider allows the user to protect the USB connector when not in use. It extends the connector and locks it in place when needed. However, the included SanDiskSecure Access software is confusing, because its "Download for Mac" document makes it seem that it is necessary to install in order to use the flash drive. But the software is intended to set up encryption and password protection for data on the drive. This is not needed for most users who just want to transfer data. I removed the software installer from this drive to free up space.
has fairly good capacity for the $$ but is pretty slow, and, BEWARE OF THE SECURE VAULT feature, as it password protects the files you put in, but then does not recognize the password you used (i even wrote mine down, ensured caps weren't on, and double checked my typing), and then you cannot access the files you are trying to secure, and, there is no way to reset the password, and you have to delete the whole thing...USELESS!