Lexar 128GB Jumpdrive S75 USB 3 Flash Drive 150Mb/s £19.99 delivered @ Vodafone store via Ebay
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Lexar 128GB Jumpdrive S75 USB 3 Flash Drive 150Mb/s £19.99 delivered @ Vodafone store via Ebay

£19.99
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Found 27th Sep 2016Made hot 27th Sep 2016
Been looking for a good size memory stick and this one appears to tick all the boxes and at a decent price too.

Description -
The affordable, high-performance Lexar JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 flash drive allows you to quickly and securely transfer photos, videos, and files with speeds up to 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write.* The drive is loaded with advanced security software for data protection, and features a slim, retractable design, which means there's no cap to lose. It's available in an assortment of colorful capacity options from 16GB-256GB, and includes a three-year limited warranty.? The drive is also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 devices.

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good find PF, heat added

Always thought when you get to this size/price a small portable 1T harddrive starts to look better value
My seagate weights/size no bigger than my phone...cost £38 on offer about double... but more than double
size and faster...

Thanks penny https://img.ifcdn.com/images/9d6b7a82976eae04ce9b067a9909fdb7c2e62f48195eb0ca0471c200504e5100_1.gif

Connector is a bit flimsy tbh.
Decent though for £20.

cburns

Always thought when you get to this size/price a small portable 1T … Always thought when you get to this size/price a small portable 1T harddrive starts to look better valueMy seagate weights/size no bigger than my phone...cost £38 on offer about double... but more than double size and faster...



Depends on the usage. HDD's are relatively fragile compared to something like this. £/GB there is no contest though

Heat added

Yep, I dropped my HDD flat from the height of my hand onto my desk whilst it was off. It was a minor drop, but enough to bust it. So, USB is definitely more robust.

You'd also be pushing it to get 150MB/s read speed from a 5400rpm 2.5 HDD.

Hard drives are more power hungry too if you just want something "always on" to store music centrally in your house.

Anyone had a problem with Lexar reliability?

U cn gt 33 IH in Hong Wan

thekanester

Yep, I dropped my HDD flat from the height of my hand onto my desk whilst … Yep, I dropped my HDD flat from the height of my hand onto my desk whilst it was off. It was a minor drop, but enough to bust it. So, USB is definitely more robust.You'd also be pushing it to get 150MB/s read speed from a 5400rpm 2.5 HDD.



​I dropped my USB stick about the same and it broke too Was a cheap one though from when 8gb was expensive.

Can it be formatted to FAT32 with no loss of GB? If yes how?

johntin

Can it be formatted to FAT32 with no loss of GB? If yes how?



Rufus can do it.

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