- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.4 x 17.8 cm
- Shipping Weight: 9 g
- Item model number: LJDS73-128ASBNA
- ASIN: B00BXHJOD8
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: March 20 2013
- Average Customer Review: 82 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,341 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Lexar JumpDrive S73 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive LJDS73-128ASBNA (Black)
- Reliably stores and transfers photos, videos, files, and more
- Retractable connector with convenient thumb slide
- 128GB in black: Speeds up to 3 times faster than USB 2.0 Drives (up to 100MB/s read, 55MB/s write)
- Compatible with PC and Mac systems
- Stores and transfers content faster with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology
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Color Name: Black | Size : 128GB
Step up to the next level of performance-transfer photos, videos and files up to 3 times faster (up to 100MB/s read, 55MB/s write) than with a standard JumpDrive USB 2.0 drive. Available in an assortment of colorful capacity options (8GB-256GB), the Lexar JumpDrive S73 USB 3.0 flash drive combines the convenience, reliability and affordability of standard JumpDrive USB flash drives with the performance and efficiencies of USB 3.0 technology. Three-year limited warranty.
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My computer would detect the USB drive only if it's at a specific angle, so I need to wiggle it around while inserted into the USB port until it works, but even then, it's extremely iffy and stops working at the slightest nudge. This makes it extremely unreliable in an event such as transferring many files and you accidentally tap the USB with your leg, or even gravity causing it to tilt downwards ever so slightly.
Another issue which surfaced early on, where the sliding mechanism got completely stuck when I retracted the connector. The only way to temporarily fix it was to get something small to push out the cover (white other casing) from the small space on the connector's end and push out the connector. From here, I wouldn't dare retract the connector for it will become stuck again.
The best attainable write speed is 32 MB/s.
The best attainable read speed is 43 MB/s.
Both of these are nowhere near USB 3 speeds.
Because of the fact that this doesn't live up to its rated speeds I've had to delegate it to something as mundane as a Windows set up drive for various versions where speed isn't as necessity. So technically it’s still useable as a thumb drive but USB 2 64 GB thumb drives are a lot less money so this wasn’t worth the investment.
This isn't the first time Lexar products have let me down but it was cheap on sale so I took a chance. Due to so many failures I'm pretty much done with Lexar as the various devices they produce make up far too many of the items sitting in my junk drawer.
i LOVED it before the problem, as an usb it has very big capacity and very fast when you transfer the files especially the big ones. but 125$ for half year is not worth it..and I won't buy Lexar products in the future anymore. feel like been deceived
Most recent customer reviews
This drive is used to backup a laptop with an same sized SSD. The small size is perfect for archival storage as it rotates in an out of the safety deposit box.Published 2 months ago by MikeEee
There's a reason I have only purchased this brand and model once. It is made of plastic. If this bends or is shoved, you're essentially screwed and your USB key is toast. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rob from the North
I use this daily and it has performed superbly. I may not be taking full advantage of USB3.0 on this, but I do know that it performs far better than my USB2. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jagtar Singh
Amazing value for money. Very fast drive, and 256GB!? I use it like a hard drive. And it was less cost than an SSD, and pocket size!Published 9 months ago by Chad
Just what was needed for delivery of large size audio folders . thanks..Published 10 months ago by Ron P.