Verbatim Store 'n' Go 4GB USB Drive Review 3

Verbatim Store 'n' Go 4GB USB Drive Review

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A Closer Look

The shape of the Verbatim Store 'n' Go series is kept identical across the board and is quite traditional. The only thing that differs is the color used. The standard series is red, while the PRO series is blue. There is also an U3 Smart Drive series which is kept in silver. The top of the Stick sports the Verbatim Logo and an LED which lights up upon access of the drive. The other side has a little spot for labels and the actual capacity of the stick - in this case 4GB. The back of the stick can be used for the included Lanyard or a key change. This is located in the back of the stick, so the worst that can happen is a lost cap, instead of loosing the stick and being left with the cap on a key chain.

The USB plug is covered by a firmly fitting cap which by itself is not very sturdy. The fit is tight enough, so that you do not have to worry about loosing it during transportation.


The USB stick comes preloaded with two PDFs and one application. One of the PDF files is about the stick itself, while the other is related to the included software.


The V-Safe application lets you password protect any portion of the Store 'n' Go Drive.

The interface is quite forward. Just pull down the lever on the right as far as you wish. Then enter a password, confirm it and make sure to enter some sort of hint which can be used in case you forget your password. My hint was "What website is the best?", in other words - my stick would not be safe with readers ;).

Onced logged in, the user can access the protected portion of the memory stick. V-Key will let you access either the unprotected or protected portion of the drive. You cannot access both at the same time.

To log out of the area, just double click on the icon on the Verbatim Store 'n' Go.
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