|If you're looking for a simple to use and reliable drive for everyday use, then look no further than Re Audio USB Micro Flash Drive With high capacities, the Micro flash drive gives you plenty of room to copy, transfer and share your files, photos and video with your family and friends.|
Customer Reviews of RE Audio 8GB Micro USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Knockoff of original SanDisk product!2/4/2011
Item is knockoff of original SanDisk product. Had to file dispute and escalate claim through PayPal to return item for refund. Return shipment paid out of pocket. Never again. Should have checked all negative ratings for this seller in advance.
THESE ARE JUNK !!!1/8/2011
I like others thought I was purchasing a Sandisk Cruzer; not RE Audio. Files saved to this drive are corrupted and unusable. I've tried formatting as well as different computers with the same bad results. Stay away from these!!!
Corrupts all files saved to it12/13/2010
I had the same problem as other people: files are corrupted once they're saved to the USB drive and you remove the device from the computer. This was tested with both a PC and a Mac. This only adds to my dissatisfaction since what I ordered was a SanDisk Cruzer but yet I received this "Re Audio" piece...
I received the product quickly, and thought everything was OK. But the files I moved to the flash drive became corrupted. I tried to reformat the drive (for my MAC), but that does not seem to have helped. Now, none of my computers can recognize the drive.
cheap! didn't work at all12/8/2010
junk! I spent much time loading it and when I went to use it, it wouldn't play anything! unsupported and unformatted.......I want my money back
Slow, and doesn't work12/6/2010
When I write files to this drive that are over 50 meg they copy fine, but when I try to access them they are corrupt. I have tried this on many machines with the same results. Also, it is a USB 1.1 drive, with a max write rate of 1.1 meg/sec and a max read rate of 11.1 meg/sec. Very slow to fill an 8 gig drive. Lastly, the slider on this drive doesn't click out, so it is difficult to put it in a USB port. The picture on this product page has been updated to show what the drive actually looks like, before it was a picture of a sandisk cruzer.