Yet another 32GB USB flash memory stick...*zzzzz*
Difficult to get excited about these things any more unless they mark a significant improvement over other things on the market. OK, this device is quite cheap and quite fast but not the sort of thing anyone is going to get excited about.
Anyone supporting end lu$3rZ knows that the main problem presented by the EBKAC brigade is that they have physically damaged the device AND failed to make backup copies of any important data thereon. Common stories being: "I didn't have a spoon to stir my coffee so I thought this would do", "The step ladder was rocking so I put this under one of the legs to fix it so I could safely lick the live light fittings on the ceiling", etc..
How about testing some of the ruggedised USB devices like the Corsair Survivor to destruction?