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Lexar 64GB M35 JumpDrive USB 3.0 Flash Drive (150MB/s Read) $12 Delivered/C&C ($0.14 Card/PayPal Fee) @ Centre Com

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Lexar 64GB M35 JumpDrive USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Store your data with the stylish Lexar® JumpDrive® M35 USB 3.0 Flash Drive. The metal finish serves as both an elegant design and durable protective cover for your files. With fast USB 3.0 transfer speeds up to 150MB/s read1, you’ll quickly transfer files, photos, and videos in no time. Available in different capacity options to suit your needs.

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  • +2

    Read. What about write? My last 16GB flash would take 6hrs to fill.

  • I went for this one instead for the same price. It's USB 3.1 (no speed specified) and has a cap.

    • +1

      I'm not sure that it is USB 3.1, seeing a lot of 3.0 on the page.

      • +1

        i don't know which is accurate (probably 3.0) but the specs say:

        Quick Specifications

        General

        Interface Type
        USB 3.1

        USB Capacity
        64GB

        I still prefer having a cap to keep the plug clean. Also, a metallic stick gets very hot to touch.

        • USB 3.0 can also be known as USB 3.1 (Gen 1) and then there's USB 3.1 (Gen 2) which is what most people would refer to as USB 3.1
          But if they're using USB 3.0 and 3.1 interchangeably then it'll be USB 3.0 / 3.1 (Gen 1).

          • @BeerCrisp: Well, they shouldn't be using both on the same page. If they use 3.1, they should specify what gen.

            3.1 used to mean 10Gbps before they did that Gen BS.

            • @lostn: I agree, just some cheeky marketing by them as they're technically not wrong. It's just not the latest 3.1

  • they all have great read speeds , more than fast enough to stream video, etc , but write speed is the challenge and at these price points there would not be much buffering if sending big files, hence no quotes write speeds.

  • FYI, I had two micro SD cards with a USB adapter fail on me. Honestly I'll give them another go, but I'm just saying have multiple backups of your data, I don't trust this brand.

    • SD Cards are an awful method to use as a backup

      • +1

        he meant backup what's on your SD, not backup onto your SD.

        • Cheers, apologies for being a tad vague, OMGJL is right. I had bad sectors the first card and the USB adapter stuffed up on the other. I have a gold one as well, it seems to work great, although I've only used it 5-ish times. Flash drives as cheap, have at least two backups for important data.

  • +1

    Received mine today. Here are the speeds for those interested:

    CrystalDiskMark tested on 2015 MacBook, USB3
    Seq1m q8t1 read 130 write 38
    Seq4k q1t1 read 10.85 write 1.77

    Raspberry Pi 400, USB3 Ubuntu 20.10 ARM
    Average read 178, write 43