That's cheaper per GB than the 64 GB drive.
Is that the only criteria or do you have personal experience with that model? Since I can only purchase a few sticks one of my main criteria is ruggedness under heavy conditions. The first USB stick I bought was a Sandisk Titanium. All the reviews were about how unbreakable it was, It died after about a dozen connect/disconnect to/from USB port cycles.
After a couple more duds I decided to avoid "sliding guts" designs.
Edit: the read/write numbers on that drive look good. I just wish I could see some "life test" data on these things. When I read glowing reviews of products on Newegg or Walmart I look at the length of ownership. It's often less than 6 weeks. Tough to tell by that other than it worked well out of the box.