Summary: I loved the size of this drive at 128Gb but it is painfully slow if you need to recover files. To copy one or two files, the pace is good. But if you need to restore a complete directory, it can take forever. My backup was several GIG (under 50?
Summary: It does the job. I wished it had a cover. It can slide to cover but the opening is still opened and prone to collect dirt and dust. Next time not getting this particular one. Speed and all is ok.
Summary: This is a rather interesting looking flash drive. The flash drive slot slides into the body, so it's still not protected very well, and I have had Lexar's wipe themselves on me before, not that I'm saying this one will. The light part on the memory meter is how much you have taken up.
Summary: Bought this during a special "lightning" sale for less than $10 and while I have gotten great use from it, the flash drive isnt perfect and does have a few issues. It seems to read most documents without issue, but it struggles to work with many audio and video file formats (which is why I bought it...
Summary: It has 6mb/s speed on exFAT format, are you kidding me? Bought it from amazon! I thought Lexar was serious brand. Disappointed. Just formated on NTFS and speed is about 17mb/s but not always, depends on file format
Summary: There have been some imitations going around when I bought this. I have found some specs that don't always add up, however, what I've seen, if freshly plugged in to the desktop/laptop, it works fine. Hopefully, I got a good one. If you do the same, you will like this. As an older IT guy, geez..
Summary: I bought this recently intending to put my music & video files on it so that they would be available to other device, especially my tablet. I spent more money for larger capacity and greater convienence but am extremely disappointed to find it is not even recognized by my (or a friend's) Toshiba...