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** Credit to abomination for the pointer in another MyMemory thread **

2 Years warranty too..

Read speed - 10 Mbs / Write speed - 5Mbs, for this 16GB version as provided by Lexar.

Serious Power. Don't be fooled by its tiny size. JumpDrive FireFly can hold up to 4,000 of your best vacation photos, 65 hours of your favorite music, and 540 minutes of video footage from last weekend's soccer game. Great Features. In addition to its attractive design, JumpDrive FireFly also has a tethered cap for security and a cool blue tail light LED that blinks during data transfer so you have confidence in knowing when the job is done. Pick One to Meet Your Needs. Created to meet your specific needs, JumpDrive FireFly comes in five stylish colors for its five varying capacities-up to a whopping 16GB. It also serves as a fashionable accessory and comes with a keychain hole so it can be easily tethered onto a keyring, attached to a backpack, or hooked to a purse or briefcase.

System Requirements:
Microsoft Windows 2000 Home/Pro (SP 4)
Microsoft Windows XP Home/Pro (SP2 recommended)
Mac OS X, 10.2.0 or later
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#2
I have searched everywhere, there is no fact on the speed of read and write for this 16GB nor the 8GB. Could someone do some speed measurement on the 8GB and 16GB if you have one? Say how many minutes or hours to fill an 8GB
#3
splender;3054517
I have searched everywhere, there is no fact on the speed of read and write for this 16GB nor the 8GB. Could someone do some speed measurement on the 8GB and 16GB if you have one? Say how many minutes or hours to fill an 8GB


Sorry, couldnt find that either. Hope someone can fill in :)
#4
http://www.trustedreviews.com/storage/review/2006/10/19/Lexar-JumpDrive-FireFly/p2

this may not be a 16gb version, but should give you a good idea~ :thumbsup:
#5
Does the offical website give any clue? I really want to know the exact read/write speed.
#6
I have tried everywhere but can't find it at all?
Has anyone found a link at all??
:whistling:
#7
is there any reliabilty issues with different brands of flash memory sticks? I've always had sandisk sticks with no problems at all. I've got a 4giger thats almost full, so looking to upgrade soon, 16gb will last me ages but I don't want to buy this if its only gunna last a year! any recommendations? :thinking:

I've spotted a sandisk cruzer 16gb for under £33 on amazon, worth the extra doh?
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ro888;3054735
Does the offical website give any clue? I really want to know the exact read/write speed.


Spoke to Lexar product support (01483 797 788) and was provided with the following info :-

Read speed - 10 Mbs
Write speed - 5Mbs

Hope that helps :)
#9
Hello
seen a few reviews for the 2gb model at new egg link below

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductReview.aspx?Item=N82E16820191026

doesn't seem to be that fast ,not too sure if the 16gb would be any better
#10
It would take the best part of an hour to write 16GB to this drive! :?
#11
On the speed side , I wait for some actual facts first before I buy. Lexar states the write speed in its literature when it is fast > 6Mb/s , does not state it when it is slow. I have a sandisk 8GB microSD in its sandisk flash adapter and it gets warm in use. I can understand why a couple of years' ago Lexar had to recall its 4GB Firefly because some burst into flames in use due to overheat. A 16GB stick is pretty dense in microchip when you compare it with the size of DDR memory in your PC! If it is fast at 16GB £20.99 delivered is a hot bargain. Infact it is hot deal even when it is slow speed as it is a lot of GB for archive even if you don't write more than 2, 4 GB at a time.
#12
djskinee;3054842
is there any reliabilty issues with different brands of flash memory sticks? I've always had sandisk sticks with no problems at all. I've got a 4giger thats almost full, so looking to upgrade soon, 16gb will last me ages but I don't want to buy this if its only gunna last a year! any recommendations? :thinking:

I've spotted a sandisk cruzer 16gb for under £33 on amazon, worth the extra doh?


I just bought one these, so far I am impressed with it, good speed/size and fits into key ring nicely. Although I am little worried about casing as it does not look or feel solid at all.
banned#13
I use two of these in my 360 (the White model - matches perfectly to my 360 case with its funky neon blue light) for loading divx stuff into. Works a treat! :O
#14
I believe mymemory currently have three 16Gb sticks for £20.99, one of their own brand devices is 15MBPS read and 12MBPS write;

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/USB-Flash-Drives/MyMemory/MyMemory-16GB-Slim-USB-Flash-Drive
#15
Wass
I just bought one these, so far I am impressed with it, good speed/size and fits into key ring nicely. Although I am little worried about casing as it does not look or feel solid at all.


thanks for the info :thumbsup:
#16
where does it say 3 for 20.99 ??
the own brand one on mymemory is the same price as the lexar one.

rather buy branded myself... picked up one yesterday :)
#17
Write speed of 5Mbs is diabolical, especially for a drive of this size, but I guess it can't be beaten for price.

I've a good 8Gb one that's double that write speed & I think it's slow - but may be I'm expecting too much.
#18
chrisbluebird
where does it say 3 for 20.99 ??


Three models would have been better - 2 x MyMemorys and 1 x Kingston (retractable)
#19
I ordered mine on Thursday and it arrived from Jersey today (Saturday) - excellent service!

I transferred my music collection in one go (about 10GB) and write speeds hovered between the 6-7MB (Megabytes) according to Windows.

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