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Lexar JumpDrive S70 16 GB USB Flash Drive LJDS70-16GASBNA - Burgundy

by Lexar

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16GB
  • Convenient, reliable portable storage with retractable connector and convenient thumb slide
  • Reliably stores and transfers files, photos, videos, and more
  • Compatible with PC and Mac systems
  • Available in colorful, high-capacity options to suit your needs and reflect your personality
  • Some of the listed storage capacity is used for formatting and other purposes and is not available for data storage. 1GB equals 1 billion bytes. For more information, go to www.lexar.com/capacity.
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Technical Details

Capacity: 16GB
  • Brand Name: Lexar
  • Model: LJDS70-16GASBNA
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 16 GB
  • Hardware Platform: PC, Mac

Product Details

Capacity: 16GB
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004OR3TKI
  • Item model number: LJDS70-16GASBNA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 21, 2011

Product Description

Capacity: 16GB

The Lexar Jump Drive S70 USB flash drive provides stylish, high-capacity portable storage, allowing you to transfer, store, and share files on the go. The drive sports a retractable connector design, and is available in a different stylish color for each of its capacities: 4GB in Gray, 8GB in Black, 16GB in Burgundy, 32GB in Dark Blue, and 64GB in White. Compatible with both PC and Mac systems, the Jump Drive S70 USB flash drive allows you to quickly and easily store a huge number of photo, music, and video files. Two-year limited warranty.

Customer Reviews

Very good drive great security software.
Ubaldo Polo
After first using it, however, none of my computers were able to recognize the drive--I tried everything from opening disc utility to reformatting the drive.
Leanne
Besides being made of loose fitting plastic with a really cheap feel and sliding action, mine totally died after the warranty expired.
C. Fortier

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Ciaran TOP 100 REVIEWER on February 6, 2012
Size Name: 64GB
*UPDATED BELOW (find out why I dropped a star!)*

I bought this drive to store a backup copy of Final Cut Studio on, and so far I have absolutely no complaints! After losing a DVD once and having to wait a couple of weeks to install FCP on a new computer, I decided to make a backup copy of my DVDs. That's over 50GB of DATA! Now a couple of years ago, I would have needed an external hard-drive to store that much data, but now all I do is keep this little drive in a safe in case it's ever needed! I did a test install of FCP Studio from this drive and I would say that it was a little faster than DVD...although no objective measurements were taken.

PROS
- Tiny drive for a huge amount of storage
- Has been working very well for months
- As fast as any other regular USB 2.0 drive
- Seems well built, mechanism is not cheap

CONS
- Not any faster than a regular USB 2.0 drive (despite being a newer drive)
- A little pricey ($1/GB) but no more so than other manufacturers

OVERALL
If you need high capacity storage, or you travel with a lot of data, this is an excellent choice. Research before purchasing has shown a very low failure rate, and reviews across the web are mostly positive. Lexar has been making portable storage for years, and they do so very well!

*UPDATE*
Well, I have now had this drive for around 7-8 months, and it is still performing well. After putting my Final Cut Pro backup on a hard-drive, this has become my daily use USB drive that I use to bring files to and from work, and to share data with clients (I'm a wedding photographer - I normally have about 10-15GB of files for each client). I say all that to say that even with near-daily use, this drive continues to hold up.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By C. Fortier on July 11, 2012
Size Name: 64GB Verified Purchase
Besides being made of loose fitting plastic with a really cheap feel and sliding action, mine totally died after the warranty expired. Lexar seems to get poor reviews for their products, I will never buy from this company ever again. Highly recommend you look elsewhere if you want a quality product that lasts.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Glenn on September 11, 2012
Size Name: 64GB Verified Purchase
I bought this product as a transfer disk used in syncing my two main computers. Worked fine but after 9 months of daily use, it became unreliable. The disk would become unreadable after being in the machine. Now, the PCs will not recognize the drive at all. Normally I would migrate to bigger disks as they filled up but this one quit.

I would consider reliability to be rather poor.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Glaza on July 18, 2012
Size Name: 64GB Verified Purchase
The product worked well at first, but after a couple of months started disconnecting from my computer. It takes several attempts to connect it and then it spontaneously disconnects. Occasionally it stays connected if I actually manually hold it in place. Very frustrating and disappointing when one needs to rely on a flash drive for work.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Leybovich on June 19, 2012
Size Name: 64GB
Have had several Lexar drives and they always worked reasonably well in the past, but maybe that was b/c I kept upgrading so often I didn't have time to notice their shortcomings. In any case with the more expensive, higher-capacity (32GB+) models their true quality (or lack thereof) has finally shown through. I have owned several dozen jump drives over the last 6 years, and ALL of them are still functional with the exception of the high-capacity Lexar ones. Bought a 32GB Lexar twist-and-snap model (LJDTT32G) which stopped connecting to my computer consistently, but whose contents I was able to salvage before switching to a more stable drive. The 64GB LJD270, however, simply stopped working altogether after only 2.5 months of use. Sorry, Lexar, never buying any of your storage devices again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joe Lillibridge on May 31, 2013
Size Name: 64GB Verified Purchase
This USB drive became very unreliable after a few weeks. It appears to be due to poor build quality or bad connections. I can occasionally get it to work if I plug it in just right, but it's basically useless.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Akyuros on April 29, 2013
Size Name: 8GB
I received about 20 of these at my work. The first one worked fine, lasted about 2 days before it just stop being recognized by any PC. Tried the next one, it didn't even allow me to open it and gave me (insert x into x computer). A bad batch perhaps?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rhon on July 8, 2012
Size Name: 64GB Verified Purchase
I purchased this Lexar (64GB, white S70 Jumpdrive) back in March (about $60) exclusively for backing up my word and pdf files. I used the drive for nothing but pdfs and word documents. During the first 4 months it worked beautifully and effortlessly. No issues with backing up or transferring files (after initial file transfer, updates done on average ever day or every other day), and great speed. In addition to keeping the drive closed when not in use, I also kept it in a case logic portable flash drive case for extra protection. I should also note that I am a stickler for properly ejecting the drive. Well, it just so happened that in the midst of a significant portfolio preparation the drive literally just stopped working. It could not be read on my laptop (a MacBook Air) or anyone else's (Mac or PC) and inexplicably no less. The drive barely contained 10GBs of data. I cannot even begin to describe how vexed I was about this situation. Fortunately I was double-backing up everything and had all of the files on my computer, so very little time lost. Still, utterly perplexing. Days later, still no good, and again without any explanation. It literally just stopped working during a pretty important moment. I'm not sure if it just ran its course or what, but felt that others should know what happened to me after a few months of use. My other flash drives have been SanDisk, Kingstion, Sony, and HP (random hodgepodge, I know), and this was my first go with the Lexar. A no go for me in terms of brand, especially at the larger Gigabyte size (which echoes other concerns reviewers have expressed).
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