How do manufacturers get away with selling pen drives without publishing any transfer-rate specifications? I am pretty sure the ones without published specs are the slow ones, but it would be nice to know how slow! At first I thought it was Scan being lazy, and not bothering to put the all-important transfer rates onto the website, but then I went to the manufacturer's site, and even their own so-called "data-sheet" doesn't give the speed! (Kingston DT108)
Scan, how about pressuring your suppliers to provide transfer-rate specifications, as these are second only in importance to the storage capacity?