Summary: This product did not work on my or others' laptops. I would recommend that you not consider purchasing this product. Usually Lexar products are well made and functional, but this was not case here.
Summary: I'll admit it's made a little cheap, but that doesn't effect the performance. Also Lexar are the godfathers of Flash/Jump drives I have an old 128MB, yes MB one from back in 2003 or so, and also none are made of steel. I do like the white ones that have the slider (cover) rather than the push up lever as this does. I bought one at Big Lots years ago and it's one of the best I've ever had. PNY is pretty decent, but also cheap, and not that reliable.
Excerpt: This flash drive worked well at first; it was pretty fast and I did like how small and portable it is. However, my main problem with this drive is that the USB part gets stuck in the retracted position and can't be slid out. It's not much use if you can't get to it.
Summary: Don't buy this Lexar product. I bought it in August, have hardly used it but am now unable to protract the actual USB stick part (which is retracted into the plastic frame) in order to put it in the USB drive, and therefore can't access the data on it. I know, because of the flimsy plastic, that if I try to force the plastic slide mechanism it will probably break.
This 128Gb USB flash fits for backing up my laptop's hard drive
Michael E. Alfes, Amazon
4 December 2014
Summary: With this little and nice 128Gb USB 3.0 flash I can finally back up my laptop's hard drive without an external hard drive. Pros: everything including Black Friday 50% off price; Cons: Lexar started use plastic only.