Ive had this 4 gigabyte flash drive (Edge diskgo), since I bought it three years ago. As a writer, I have enough room on there for all forty thousand words on there, plus enough for my databases, spreadsheets, and Powerpoint presentations. And there's still room to spare; 2 gigabytes more to go! (Note: instead of the advertised 4 gigabytes, its only 3.81 gigabytes, because it lost some of its memory)
Recommend this product?
There's a contraption on the side that you switch to lock your flash drive, and unlock it. When it's "locked", even if it's plugged in, the user cannot access your documents. The program, SecureGuard, doesnt show up on your computer. However, it's not a foolproof "security system".
I highly recommend this product. Its a cheaper alternative to my favorite of all time, the Ironkey flash drive (the Ironkey is a password protected, military-standard flash drive, though its very expensive).
The case (of this Edge flash drive) is actually a lightweight plastic, which
kinda makes it look tacky, but you really cant tell from far away. Youd be too busy admiring its streamlined design (it can clip onto a pocket).
All in all, at about $20, the 4GB Edge definitely worth your money.