Summary: The Lexar JumpDrive Triton is not a bad drive. The Triton's write performance is lacking even though Lexar advertises speeds of 150 MB/s for both read and write. While this would be a big deal-breaker under normal circumstances, Lexar is not practicing false advertising, but is, at most, a little creative with Triton's performance numbers since the drive does manage to hit advertised numbers in ATTO.
Pros: Excellent average read performance, Excellent unibody design, Above average write speeds, Retracting USB connector, Bright, white activity LED, Lifetime warranty, Available with up to 64 GB
Cons: Erratic write performance lowers the average to just above 60 MB/s, A tad bit larger than current classic flash drives