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Lexar 64GB M35 JumpDrive USB 3.0 Flash Drive $10 Shipped (+ $0.12 PayPal Fee) @ Centre Com

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this was pop last https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/605017 at $12.

now 10 $ $ $

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 votes

      Kingston one has slower speed according to what I found on Google, anyone who bought the Kingston can do a speed test? Btw, it metal case is better for heat dissipation.

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    $0.12 surcharge if paying via paypal or credit card.

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      Should be included in the price - why isn't it???

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      12c? Deal breaker.

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      Showed as .32 for me. So I just did bank transfer, hope it does not slow down the processing too much!

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      Don't understand what this means
      Seq4k q1t1 read 10.85 write 1.77
      but seems very crap?

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        Not at all because that's not the normal seq r/w.

        4K Q32T1: Random 4KiB Read/Write with multi Queues & Threads

        You'll find SATA SSDs will get like 20/60mb/s on that test.

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    Thanks, for $10 cant go wrong

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    Cheers, got two

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    Hi OP, just wondering if you see any SSDs on sale?

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    Thanks, bought 2

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    Thanks OP, got 1

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    Dds

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    Thanks got one to use as an additional super portable backup drive

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    Some 1tb SSD’s would be great

    • +8 votes

      Bro that's like walking into the Toyota dealership when you're looking for a Ferrari.

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        But Toyota has bigger market share than Ferrari

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    Thanks OP, been looking for a durable usb attaching to my dog’s collar.

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      That's a good idea. You could put your dog's info there in case they got lost. There's microchipping but that doesn't let the finder know all your doggo's quirks.

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        Indeed, microchip requires RFID reader from the vet, so not accessible for everyone. Not to say I might not be available to provide his medical history (natural disasters, traveling abroad). He has nasty allergies so I want to make sure these infos are known when needed.

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          Do you need 64GB for the purpose?

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            @ubor: Not common to find a metal rugged usb from good brand at ~$10 so why not? Big storage is a bonus, I just hope it's built to last as advertised. It will look cool on my dog too :)

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            @ubor: You can also store dog photos there..

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      Thats Macro chipping. Nice idea

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      lol why not just use a dog tag?

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        Already had one tag engraved with brief infos and QR code to doggo’s Dropbox folder :) Usb adds more assurance as not enough space for specific infos in dog tag, and some people don’t know QR.

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          my name is XXX

          if found please call 04XXXXXXXX not good enough?

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            @Poor Ass: I mentioned above examples that I might not be available (phone dead, being abroad,…). Or you can say I’m a worrywart :)

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              @Newgod: ya ok that's fair enough

              next step sim card GPS tracker

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                @Poor Ass: Lol, maybe camera as well. He’s monopolizing all my attention!

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    Thanks bought one. Needed one for creating a bootable restore stick for my laptop.

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    Always wanted to carry a bootable Linux drive around on my keys just for the heck of it. Thanks OP

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    Thanks OP got 3.

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      Thanks mate, got one for the gopro

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    Got 1 thanks, hopefully will be good for running a mining OS

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      Got any links on this? Sounds interesting!

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      I have been using 4 of them for that purpose. Very happy.

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        How long before you recover the cost of the drives?

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    Grabbed one. Thanks!

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    Got 2 jump drives and 2 micro sd. Thanks OP

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    Thanks Op. Got 2. Haven't bought any USB keys for years as all the old USB2 and early USB3 ones just keep going (each one only get's used a few times a year though). This will be a nice little upgrade for the family :)

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    Good for running Tails, Subgraph or Qubes OS.

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      How about Windows?

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    Now out of stock online (bought the last 2). But this is a good alternative for the same $10 https://www.centrecom.com.au/kingston-64gb-datatraveler-g4-u...

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      It's back in stock as of today.

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    I have been using the M45 (not this M35 performance wise) for many months now it is mechanically identical to the M35. The body is the right balance between portability and fat finger grip.

    The one piece metal construction makes it feel like a quality product with the right amount of mass. Like many other products the USB plug is really just the PCB tracks designed into a USB A, luckily it is not overly thick like some poorly made product.

    In terms of writing speed its very poor compared to my other drives like SanDisk Extreme Pro but the excellent read speed of 250MB/s makes it a great reonly imaging drive. I wouldn't worry about the 150MB/s read speed it should quickly do a 64GB.

    Lexar is originally a Micron brand and their band chips are considered top tier. Intel is a good partner of Micron when it comes to SSD. However it has been sold to Longsys China. Hopefully the quality is retained.

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    Cheers op.. ordered 1

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      you're welcome

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    price jacked 2 15 its over boys

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    Anyone got theirs yet? My order from Monday still says 'picking' as its status.

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      ordered mine Tuesday. currently says shipped but also says: "Good news! You order has been packed and shipped via envelope/satchel - no tracking number available, please await its arrival imminently. "

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      Ordered on 11 Apr. Posted on 13 Apr. Arrived today 16 Apr - in a standard mail Australia post envelope.

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      Mine was sent 12/04 and still haven't received it 21/04. Delivered Date is "Not Yet". In Brisbane Metro.

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    Received mine yesterday (20/4) - ordered last tuesday (13/4)

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    Purchased 12 Apr received 21 Apr.

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    Hopefully mine will come today then.

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    Comes in an Australia Post letter.
    Australia Post has been unbelievably slow with letter deliveries!

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    my usb drive did not work after a week, just a head up

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    Received this today. It's tiny. I highly suggest putting a lanyard on it so it doesnt get lost.

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    This heats up a LOT when plugged into my Shield, so did the last metal USB I had (which eventually died (don't remember if same brand or other)).
    I thought the metal USBs were supposed to dissipate heat better, anyone else have this issue with their Shield?
    + for the drive and speeds I'm getting in xfers when plugged into my PC