16000000000 bytes is not 16 gigabytes
I do not own this item but I do own a similar one from the same brand and as a reply to AKAHowitzer: My drive is 16 060 051 456 bytes. For some reason the metric system is allowed here and is called 16 GB.
1GB is actually 1024MB. 1MB is 1024 KB and so on. The real calculation would be 16060051456 bytes/ 1024 MB / 1024 KB / 1024 bytes = in my case 14,95 GB.
By the way. My Kingston datatraveler has been working fine the last one and a half year. I recently transferred 5,5 GB. That took 12 minutes. Before I did that I hat to reformat the drive to the NTFS file system. I also have an older 1GB Datatraveler that survived a go in the washer. Still running more than 2 years after that incident.