|Item model number||LJDTT64GABNL|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 5 x 0.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7 x 5 x 0.4 inches|
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Lexar JumpDrive TwistTurn 64GB USB Flash Drive LJDTT64GABNL (Black/Black)
|Price:||$16.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Compatible with high-speed USB
- Compatible with Mac and Windows
- Capless design with rotating case
- Led activity light blinks during file transfer
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This drive is fast, has an all-in-one design (the casing itself fits onto your keyring), works with my Mac (OS X Snow Leopard) and looks great as well. In addition, the casing seems durable and weighs less than most plastic flash drives - you barely feel it on a keychain or in your pocket.
If you're looking for a simple and functional USB flash drive, this will serve your purpose.
Note that write speeds matter and establish the baseline since read speeds for flash drives are faster.
You are better of buying the Corsair 32 GB USB 3.0 Flash Voyager which even on USB 2.0 computer gave me ~30MB/s write speed. There is no 64GB capacity available (yet) but at least its usable. Its even more worthwhile since the higher speed/higher priced GT version of the Corsair USB 3.0 has just slightly increased write speed.
So I bought Lexar JumpDrive. Great product. Durable, attaches to key ring--easy to carry around. It travels everywhere I go. It's a new product - I was hesitant to buy it online but I am glad I did.
Best design ever. If you like to have your USB everywhere you go, you'll be happy with this one.
1. Probably won't survive a washing machine wash because it doesn't have a cap. But hey, be smart, keep it on your key chain, in your purse, or somewhere you won't wash it accidentally.
2. Price. I found mine for $127 at TigerDirect but looks like the price shot up $50 now.
...but a scant three months later, when it was plugged in but not in use, my PC started complaining that it was a USB 2.0 device in a non-USB 2.0 port (not true). So I tried both other ports...no success, same complaint, but now periodically flashing on and off the screen. Stranger still, it then started connecting and disconnecting rapidly and was completely unusable. I barely managed to save my files before it crashed completely. In its final moments, it would light up and start working for a few seconds if I pushed it a certain way, but it would then die again. I tried it on four computers before giving up: it's dead.
The fact that it started up again upon being pushed suggested to my boyfriend (a computer engineer) that a weak soldering joint might be to blame. Since it was dead at this point anyway, I let him open it up, but the solders were intact. Something else in the drive simply stopped working without provocation, after less than three months of use.
I used the drive under completely normal conditions, so I'm not sure what caused it to fail. Looking through the reviews, it seems I'm not the only one with this experience, though we are in the minority. When I asked my friends what kind I should get to replace it, not telling them what kind I'd had before, they said, "Get a Lexar!" So there you go.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use chkflsh and I got W 12.66 R 25.43MB/s Then you need to consider the price... I bought the 16GB 2.0 at OfficeDepot for $3.99 which = 25cents a GB! Read morePublished 1 day ago by fdoamerica
Seems slow on my computer. But for the cost/GB it was a great deal.Published 3 days ago by Andrew K
just stopped working. no longer recognized. tried two computers. I leave it in my tower system usb port and seldom remove/insert it. paid a lot for this expecting top quality.Published 8 days ago by digitalslave
These Lexar TwistTurn USB Flash drives are the only kind I buy. I like them because the drive is recessed into its own "pocket" and prevent them from being exposed to dust,... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Loretta Tuan