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Lexar JumpDrive S75 256GB USB Flash Drive - White


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  • Over priced
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    from Mission bc on September 20, 2017

    The drives work just fine a bit over priced for me but they make a good OS backup Not really to much to say about usb thrumb drives they work till they dont. Make sure you use the eject function in Windows when pulling a drive out that will help keep it longer and healthier it's not meant to be a hotswap


  • Died after a month
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    from Newmarket, ON on June 4, 2017

    Was pretty good when it worked. transferred files at a pretty decent speed. But after a month of use, it just died. No light, nothing. Tried disk utilities and it cant even see it. It's dead. I've read that it's apparently common to this unit as a few had suffered the same misfortune.


  • works, but not in its case
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    from Ottawa, ON on April 17, 2017

    I picked up the last one available several months ago, while it was on a massive sale. Turns out it was slightly bent and you could not push it out of the shell. I have had to take it out of the case, fill it with movies, and then leave it plugged in to the back of the tv ... again, all without it's protective shell. Hopefully that won't be a problem.


  • Do not buy, you wil be disappointed
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    from Windsor, ON on November 17, 2016

    I have many USB flash drives over the years but this was the first to die within 3 months. Was busy and neglected additional backups and lost 120GB of data. Terribly disappointed and will not get replacement as I will purchase a better solution, than what this model offers.


  • Massive
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    from Kenora, ON on October 7, 2016

    Lots of storage and super fast. Bought it to replace my 64gb card, which was entirely plastic and starting to break..a few years after going through the washer and dryer. So far this one has been good, seems durable!


  • Speeds
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    from Kitchener, ON on September 1, 2016

    To utilize the speed you must have a USB 3.0 port on your computer. Using this on a USB 2.0 or 1.1 port will limit you to the speed of those ports. I see time and time again of people complaining about speeds but they are using and old PC or older non-USB 3.0 ports. Product works as described.


  • Like a charm
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    from Duncan, BC on July 29, 2016

    I have 120 movies and 1200 of my itunes songs on the unit. It is placed in my Dlink DIR-890L,broadcasts onto 2 PS4's,X One, 3 wireless smart TV's,cellphones, ipads without a hitch. Visitors get password and they can pick and choose what they wish to watch. 3-4 units watching at a time. Has been working for a year and a half. I load it directly from my desktop when i need to update movie list.Very much recommend it ,at this price point is a great deal. I paid (price) for mine and thought that was a great price.


  • Beware!
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    from Laval, QC on July 26, 2016

    After just 3 weeks, the unit wasn't readable anymore. Lost a lot of data!


  • Like the size
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    from Labrador City on May 5, 2016

    I wanted to back up files after having problems with my PC. I am a back-up guy but I must have missed a step during the back up & was unable to get a lot of my files back. No big deal. I got the important stuff. However, I had several gigs of photos & videos. Rather than have to retrieve them, I copied them to my Lexar so now I only have to search for the files. I like the encryption feature. It takes longer but great for important files.


  • very slow
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    from Toronto, ON on February 5, 2016

    It's advertised speed is: 150MB/s Read - 60MB/s Write. I have tested its speed many times, the actual Maximum speed that I got is: 28MB/s Read (max) - 13MB/s Write (max). The maximum speed (read or write) is not even close to 1/4 the advertised speed. It's also inconsistent, the write speed varies from 2 to 13. Very disappointing.