• Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)
  • Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)
  • Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)
  • Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)
  • Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)
Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)
Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)
Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)
Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)
Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)

Lexar JumpDrive S75 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Black)

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  • Stores and transfers content faster with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology (up to 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write)
  • Retractable connector with convenient thumb slide
  • Compatible with PC and Mac systems
  • Colorful capacity options

Customer Reviews

Reporting in with another defective unit I ordered this drive from a lightning deal about a month ago as of this writing. The drive was working fine with intermittent use, but then a few days ago it randomly stopped being recognized by my computer. I had a data transfer fail as a result. I uninstalled/reinstalled the drivers, but the problem has persisted. For some reason, the drive will only be recognized in a USB 2.0 port, but not the 3.0 ports. Other various USB devices I own, including portable storage, have all continued to work fine on all ports. Fortunately, the data on it wasn't critical so nothing important was lost. Buyer beware! 1Worth it. Bought the 128GB version on a sale for $18 and was worth every penny.Disk mark tests performed on USB 3.1, 3.0 and a Targus 4 port USB 2.0 hub respectively. 5Do not buy Lexar. I bought this on a Black Friday sale, but didn't need it immediately - I opened it several months later, and started to put files on it, but seemed to have problems in the initial file transfer. Afterward, I was unable to access these files on any other device, and when I put the drive back in the original computer, all attempts to open the drive say "Please insert a disc into drive E:" despite the fact that the red light is glowing on the thumb drive, and obviously I didn't take the "disc" out of the thumb drive... Piece of junk. After reading some of these reviews, I see that I am not alone with similar problems. Do not buy Lexar. 1works intermittently.. Is not readable in about 50% of devices I try to put this in, even in the same computer some of my USB ports can read it others can not, but other USB devices i have work fine in all of my ports so its not a defective port, I can not recommend this item.**UPDATE, i sent my drive in for an RMA through Lexar and had a brand new replacement within a week, and so far replacement works great! I guess i got a lemon first time around. 4Quite Impressed Bought this to back up a complete Macrium image of the C: drive. Windows 10 system is home-built with ASUS H170 Pro mobo, SSD C: drive, quad-CPU Core i7-6700 3.4 GHz, USB 3.0 port to the flash drive. The idea is to have a flash drive containing both the Macrium Rescue software, capable of restoring a complete image of the C: drive, and the image itself. A complete system backup on a thumb drive. It works.The image file happens to be almost exactly 100 GB (107,565,338,624 bytes). Time to copy it from a fast hard drive to the empty 128 GB Lexar flash drive was 25 minutes, which is about 71 MB/s continuous. Time to copy that file back to a different, almost empty hard drive was 14 minutes, or about 128 MB/s continuous. The advertised write and read speeds are "up to" 60 MB/s and 150 MB/s, respectively, so if my math is correct the actual speeds compare pretty well.I just bought this drive, but so far I'm happy! 5Failed after several uses Like many others' here, my 128GB drive failed within several uses. I used it to do general backups of documents that barely took up 1GB so far. When I plugged it in today, a message popped up saying I need to format the disk. Plugging it in to different Windows devices all showed the same message. I gave up on trying to save the data in it and clicked format, but then got a message saying Windows was unable to format it, on all devices. After replugging it a few times, none of my devices recognize it anymore. I won't bother contacting Lexar for warranty claim, as the reviews here say they require return shipping fee. 1Fast Read Speed / Slow Write Speed - slightly disappointing! I ordered LEXAR S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drives and got them today.I performed Crystal DiskMark tests for one of these flash drives and the results are shown below :Mean sequential reading speed > 250 MB/sec.Mean sequential write speed 40 MB/sec.I expected faster sequential write speed (about 60 MB/sec.) but it seems a little bit disappointing.My system is AMD FX-8350 + M5A97 EVO R2.0 with Windows 10 and most recent updates and patches applied completely. I wonder the real specs varies with time but I think SANDISK Extreme Pro may have worked more nicely. 4Not very durable, does not last Worked nicely for a couple months, and suddenly stopped being recognized by my computer. I know it is not the USB drive or the computer because I have tried multiple ports with the Lexar and other USB flash drives. It was great to use while it worked. However, it was very frustrating when it stopped working. With the amount of money spent on the drive, I would expect it to last at least a few year. Another concerning feature is the flexibility and "stickiness" to the entire pop-out mechanism. The drive flexes while in the USB port and feels like it would snap. There is a slight stickiness to the slider which makes the USB insert difficult to push out. If I could purchase again, I would pay more to purchase a more durable flash drive, since in the end durability and having a working drive whenever you need it should come before price, size or speed. 2Don't buy it I forgot to write the review, but today after searching for a drive to do some work, I saw it seating dead on my desk and decide to come here and write.I bought the 128gb version and never has been able to write more than 60gb of data to it. I had have constant problems, my pc wouldn't detect the drive on sometimes. I used to have to format it constantly and even rewrite the table of partitions and then, after a couple of uses it stopped to work forever.Maybe mine was defective, I don't know, but not a single time I could use it normally.Besides, the slide was hard and dificult to use. I can't complain about the plastic overall, feels normal and for my purposes was ok, 1Completely unreliable. Waiting 2+ months for warranty coverage from Lexar Had the drive for almost a year, and even with light occasional use it started showing problems after a few months and worsened to the point I requested a warranty replacement from Lexar. The symptoms are that it would pause for several seconds at a time during sustained read and writes. As the drive got older, the pauses became longer and more frequent.I requested a replacement from Lexar and received one in a couple of weeks. The new drive worked fine for a few months, then started showing the same problems. Eventually it got to the point that USB 3.0 functionality didn't work at all. If you plugged into a USB 3.0 port, the drive would constantly connect and disconnect. This happened regardless of the USB chipset on the computer, and it occurred on several different computers.After seeking RMA again, I was told that a replacement wasn't possible "Due to CFIUS (Committee of Foreign Investments in the US) placing restrictions on LongSys, a Chinese company and the new owner of the Lexar brand" and that the only option was a refund.That would have been fine with me, but I requested the refund on May 15th, and as of July 8th no refund has been given. I've checked every couple of weeks, and the only response I'm given is that they're experiencing "longer than expected turnaround times" with no estimate of when it will actually happen.I would advise avoiding ALL Lexar products until they can support what they're selling. 1
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Reporting in with another defective unit I ordered this drive from a lightning deal about a month ago as of this writing. The drive was working fine with intermittent use, but then a few days ago it randomly stopped being recognized by my computer. I had a data transfer fail as a result. I uninstalled/reinstalled the drivers, but the problem has persisted. For some reason, the drive will only be recognized in a USB 2.0 port, but not the 3.0 ports. Other various USB devices I own, including portable storage, have all continued to work fine on all ports. Fortunately, the data on it wasn't critical so nothing important was lost. Buyer beware! 1Worth it. Bought the 128GB version on a sale for $18 and was worth every penny.Disk mark tests performed on USB 3.1, 3.0 and a Targus 4 port USB 2.0 hub respectively. 5Do not buy Lexar. I bought this on a Black Friday sale, but didn't need it immediately - I opened it several months later, and started to put files on it, but seemed to have problems in the initial file transfer. Afterward, I was unable to access these files on any other device, and when I put the drive back in the original computer, all attempts to open the drive say "Please insert a disc into drive E:" despite the fact that the red light is glowing on the thumb drive, and obviously I didn't take the "disc" out of the thumb drive... Piece of junk. After reading some of these reviews, I see that I am not alone with similar problems. Do not buy Lexar. 1works intermittently.. Is not readable in about 50% of devices I try to put this in, even in the same computer some of my USB ports can read it others can not, but other USB devices i have work fine in all of my ports so its not a defective port, I can not recommend this item.**UPDATE, i sent my drive in for an RMA through Lexar and had a brand new replacement within a week, and so far replacement works great! I guess i got a lemon first time around. 4Quite Impressed Bought this to back up a complete Macrium image of the C: drive. Windows 10 system is home-built with ASUS H170 Pro mobo, SSD C: drive, quad-CPU Core i7-6700 3.4 GHz, USB 3.0 port to the flash drive. The idea is to have a flash drive containing both the Macrium Rescue software, capable of restoring a complete image of the C: drive, and the image itself. A complete system backup on a thumb drive. It works.The image file happens to be almost exactly 100 GB (107,565,338,624 bytes). Time to copy it from a fast hard drive to the empty 128 GB Lexar flash drive was 25 minutes, which is about 71 MB/s continuous. Time to copy that file back to a different, almost empty hard drive was 14 minutes, or about 128 MB/s continuous. The advertised write and read speeds are "up to" 60 MB/s and 150 MB/s, respectively, so if my math is correct the actual speeds compare pretty well.I just bought this drive, but so far I'm happy! 5Failed after several uses Like many others' here, my 128GB drive failed within several uses. I used it to do general backups of documents that barely took up 1GB so far. When I plugged it in today, a message popped up saying I need to format the disk. Plugging it in to different Windows devices all showed the same message. I gave up on trying to save the data in it and clicked format, but then got a message saying Windows was unable to format it, on all devices. After replugging it a few times, none of my devices recognize it anymore. I won't bother contacting Lexar for warranty claim, as the reviews here say they require return shipping fee. 1Fast Read Speed / Slow Write Speed - slightly disappointing! I ordered LEXAR S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drives and got them today.I performed Crystal DiskMark tests for one of these flash drives and the results are shown below :Mean sequential reading speed > 250 MB/sec.Mean sequential write speed 40 MB/sec.I expected faster sequential write speed (about 60 MB/sec.) but it seems a little bit disappointing.My system is AMD FX-8350 + M5A97 EVO R2.0 with Windows 10 and most recent updates and patches applied completely. I wonder the real specs varies with time but I think SANDISK Extreme Pro may have worked more nicely. 4Not very durable, does not last Worked nicely for a couple months, and suddenly stopped being recognized by my computer. I know it is not the USB drive or the computer because I have tried multiple ports with the Lexar and other USB flash drives. It was great to use while it worked. However, it was very frustrating when it stopped working. With the amount of money spent on the drive, I would expect it to last at least a few year. Another concerning feature is the flexibility and "stickiness" to the entire pop-out mechanism. The drive flexes while in the USB port and feels like it would snap. There is a slight stickiness to the slider which makes the USB insert difficult to push out. If I could purchase again, I would pay more to purchase a more durable flash drive, since in the end durability and having a working drive whenever you need it should come before price, size or speed. 2Don't buy it I forgot to write the review, but today after searching for a drive to do some work, I saw it seating dead on my desk and decide to come here and write.I bought the 128gb version and never has been able to write more than 60gb of data to it. I had have constant problems, my pc wouldn't detect the drive on sometimes. I used to have to format it constantly and even rewrite the table of partitions and then, after a couple of uses it stopped to work forever.Maybe mine was defective, I don't know, but not a single time I could use it normally.Besides, the slide was hard and dificult to use. I can't complain about the plastic overall, feels normal and for my purposes was ok, 1Completely unreliable. Waiting 2+ months for warranty coverage from Lexar Had the drive for almost a year, and even with light occasional use it started showing problems after a few months and worsened to the point I requested a warranty replacement from Lexar. The symptoms are that it would pause for several seconds at a time during sustained read and writes. As the drive got older, the pauses became longer and more frequent.I requested a replacement from Lexar and received one in a couple of weeks. The new drive worked fine for a few months, then started showing the same problems. Eventually it got to the point that USB 3.0 functionality didn't work at all. If you plugged into a USB 3.0 port, the drive would constantly connect and disconnect. This happened regardless of the USB chipset on the computer, and it occurred on several different computers.After seeking RMA again, I was told that a replacement wasn't possible "Due to CFIUS (Committee of Foreign Investments in the US) placing restrictions on LongSys, a Chinese company and the new owner of the Lexar brand" and that the only option was a refund.That would have been fine with me, but I requested the refund on May 15th, and as of July 8th no refund has been given. I've checked every couple of weeks, and the only response I'm given is that they're experiencing "longer than expected turnaround times" with no estimate of when it will actually happen.I would advise avoiding ALL Lexar products until they can support what they're selling. 1
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