If we were comparing watches, I would have to say the Active Media Products Executive I 2-in-1 Carbon Fiber Pen is more like a Timex than a Rolex.
After writing with the pen for a while, it feels good in my hand, but the roller ball is hard and kind of scratchy when on paper. Of course I was comparing the Executive I to a Mont Blanc that writes very smooth, but to be honest, the test subject feels like I am writing with a disposable Bic and not something marketed as a precision writing instrument.
On the USB side of thing the speed is in between a floppy disk and the cheap disposable USB drives that are handed out at trade shows, so don't expect real high performance from this one.
As long as you consider the Active Media Products Executive I 2-in-1 Carbon Fiber Pen a novelty item and are fine with it, you will be satisfied with your 15 USD purchase. Some people may chose to purchase this as a gift and that will be fine as well, just make sure you are giving it to someone for a birthday that isn't all that special.
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