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Lexar JumpDrive S75 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - LJDS75-32GABNL (Orange)
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- Stores and transfers content faster with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology (up to 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write)
- Securely protects files using Encrypt Stick Lite software, an advanced security solution with 256-bit AES encryption
- Retractable connector with convenient thumb slide
- Compatible with PC and Mac systems
- Colorful capacity options
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The packaging has to be destroyed to get to the drive. The slider on the drive to expose the USB port is stiff, difficult to use. The drive in Windows 8.1 reports as 29.8 GB (32,000,409,600 bytes).
Pre-loaded on the drive is a version of EncryptStick Lite, which occupies about 45 MB on the drive, and only ran once I clicked on the executable. The software only seems to have the AES encryption abilities of the full software. On the EncryptStick website, the full software currently costs $13 (the site claims a $15 discount from the normal $40 price for Lexar JumpDrive users, but that doesn't seem to affect anything).
I ran CrystalDiskMark on the drive, and got the following results:
Sequential Read : 151.485 MB/s
Sequential Write : 41.826 MB/s
Random Read 512KB : 137.080 MB/s
Random Write 512KB : 14.113 MB/s
Random Read 4KB (QD=1) : 4.812 MB/s [ 1174.9 IOPS]
Random Write 4KB (QD=1) : 0.739 MB/s [ 180.4 IOPS]
Random Read 4KB (QD=32) : 5.574 MB/s [ 1360.8 IOPS]
Random Write 4KB (QD=32) : 0.377 MB/s [ 92.0 IOPS]
Test : 1000 MB [E: 0.1% (0.0/29.8 GB)] (x5)
Date : 2015/04/02 15:57:03
OS : Windows 8.1 [6.3 Build 9600] (x64)
My only concern is that the plastic feels a little cheap, so I would be a little concerned about the longevity of the thing. But in the last 3 months it has been stellar for transferring roughly 10 GB to and from once a week.
Changed from 1 to 3 stars. Lexar support was responsive. They replaced it (but I paid the postage). Replacement had the same issue but I think they sent me the original back. (Maybe they could not reproduce the problem?) Again, I paid postage to send it back. I marked the one sent back so this time I confirmed the replacement was a different one.
SO FAR the replacement SEEMS OK. Time will tell. Again, Lexar was very responsive via email.
ORIGINAL REVIEW (One star):
Purchased April 13, 2015. Using as a networked USB drive on my Netgear Router which DOES have a USB 3 port. It seemed to work OK at first. Later, it still seemed OK as long as I did not try to transfer a number of huge files which made the network drive "crash". I thought it was a poor implementation by the router so I used it sparingly with large files. (It seemed OK on a PC.) A few months passed and today I went to copy a small file to it. The network drive did not show! The router setup also could no longer see it.
I then plugged it directly into a PC USB 2 port and I could see it OK. I then plugged it into a different PC with USB 3 which CAN'T see it.
Not sure when it actually failed. It may have been "on the edge" since I got it? Possibly voltage or heat sensitive? In any case, the Amazon return period has expired so I guess I have to deal with Lexar.
So far, I've put it through hell - hot/cold temps - through the wash (let it dry afterwards) - and through tons of files on/off it. Still testing (speed wise) like it did on day 1.
Only tweak I did was format it. Its what I usually do to all my usb sticks - I mostly through different Linux OS .iso files on these, which are bigger than the 4GB FAT limit that these are formatted as from factory. So, stick it in a machine - format as ntfs - throw on some sunglasses cause these speeds and this size for this price is just too cool.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought a 3-pack of the Lexar 32 GB flash drive in January 2015. I used one to back up my PC recovery files. When I went to use it, it was defective. Read morePublished 1 day ago by BAE in Colorado
I was searching for a large capacity flash drive to replace my old external hard drive since its at the end of its life. Read morePublished 5 days ago by R.K
This product stopped working within a couple of weeks of use causing me to lose a lifetime of data I had backed up on it. Extremely poor quality.Published 6 days ago by ronbo