Reviews and Problems with Lexar JumpDrive Lightning
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Value for money 10
Great price and memory function, POOR design
13 August 2008
Summary: If you carry your jump drive on your keys, DON'T buy this one. The detachable part of the drive is the cap, so your keys are hanging onto your jump drive when it is in the computer. NOT good for the computer. I have another one where the cap connects to the keys and the jump drive pulls out and that is a much better design.
Summary: I previously had a 256MG Lexar flash drive that worked well, but had a shape that prevented it from fitting into all USB ports. This new drive holds much more data, and with its streamlined shape I have had no problems inserting it into any USB port. I also like the fact that it fits on my key ring so I am less likely to lose it.
Summary: One of the fastest memory sticks with a metallic Stainless hard body casing. Sleek flat chrome body .4 " thick .8" wide 2.8 " long. Has black rubber edging for easy grip. USB connector has hard rubber moisture seal. This makes the cover hard too remove, but is sure not to fall off while carrying on you. This stick comes with data encryption with password software. Works great has option to partition stick with encrypted data portion.
Excerpt: "I was attracted to the Lexar JumpDrive Lightning flash drive as I scanned through several websites looking for a suitable flash drive. I short-listed a few but none could compete with the gorgeous and stylish look of the Lexar with its 1GB storage space. The flash drive interfaces with the PC or laptop via the USB port and it works on a plug and play basis on Microsoft operating systems. All Microsoft operating systems except Vista, but this isn't ...
Pros: cool as fcuk, hard wearing case, good storage space, price, password protected