fast as lightning, worth it if you can still find one
Matthew T., Amazon
7 June 2014
Summary: Had one of these in 16GB size for years, managed to find this 32GB still new in box and jumped on it. The 32GB size is in itself nothing special. What is special about this drive aside from it being USB 3.0 is the fact that Lexar used SLC flash chips in the Triton series.
Summary: I am happy with this flash drive. It has so much capacity that it's really more than I need. I have found that flash drives are somewhat slow when you load them up with thousands of wordprocessing files.
Summary: I bought this drive to copy a factory recovery partition onto. It's bootable, works on Windows 8.1, allows me to remove the recovery partition and gain 27gb of usable space on my SSD. Came with some sort of software on it, didn't use it.
Summary: i wish i had bought this in a larger size. its definitely the fastest usb stick ive had, even though ive bought newer models since. i end up using this as my main stick for work, normally transferring 4-5 gigs at a time (folders of 2 to 50mb files), and it flies.
Summary: In all honesty I cannot recommend the Lexar Jump drive as I have yet to see one that works
Pros: When it works it is very fast.
Cons: This is the second one I've had from Lexar. The first one would get so hot it was hard to pull out of the port or handle. Lexar replaced the unit with another one and honestly at first I thought it was OK. Then it began getting hot and now it doesn't work at all. I have 64gb units from Corsair an...
Summary: I just bought a new MacBook Air (OS X 10.8.5). This model is advertised on the Lexar website as Apple-compatible but it does not work with my new machine. I reformatted it to the newest Mac-compatible format (exFAT), tried either of the USB drives, tried the Disk Utility, and so on... nothing.
Summary: I bought this as a fast way to transfer files between many computers. This is the perfect drive for that because not only does it have fast reads (like many USB 3.0 drives), it also has very fast writes. A USB drive with fast writes is a rare find.