• Lexar Jumpdrive S75 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Green)
  • Lexar Jumpdrive S75 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Green)
  • Lexar Jumpdrive S75 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Green)
Lexar Jumpdrive S75 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Green)
Lexar Jumpdrive S75 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Green)
Lexar Jumpdrive S75 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Green)

Lexar Jumpdrive S75 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (White/Green)

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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

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This flash drive is worthless, piece of garbage Absolutely the WORST flash drive or computer product I have ever used. Total nightmare, the connection between the flash drive and computer will not stay connected making it almost impossible to use if not totally worthless. Also will not copy files correctly aborts them in the middle of copying. Sadly I copied photo files on here as a back up. Happily I purchased another flash drive from a different company, it works great,and also faster than this one. Too bad I cannot give this a negative star, it deserves a negative 4.5....don't waste your time or money on this, or risk disappointment. 1Not so fast as they've acclaimed.. Writing speed of about 22 MB/sec. I have been looking for suitable USB memory stick for various usage.I wanted 32~64~128 GB capacity / preferably MLC nand (if possible) / Writing speed faster than 50~60 MB/sec. I have been using SANDISK CZ80 for years happily. It is very reliable and fast USB until now. But as the model CZ80 is no more available today, I tried this LEXAR S75 instead, although is is not MLC based and its advertised writing speed was 30 for 32GB capacity mode.I copied more than a hundred files from a Plextor SSD M6Pro on my PC onto the LEXAR S75 32GB.The actual writing speed on a brand new S75 is shown in attached picture. It's writing speed was about 22 MB/sec and it is far under the advertised speed of 30 MB/sec.As for durability, I have no idea, because I haven't been using LEXAR S75 more than a couple of months.I think I should try SANDISK CZ880, which was excluded from my choice because it has only two capacities : 128 GB and 256 GB. I always want to have some very nice and reliable USB memory sticks but it seems to be difficult for me. I may sting on SANDISK for now. 3Trying to dump laptop contents to flash drive from a ... Trying to dump laptop contents to flash drive from a laptop with a damaged network jack........is excruciatingly slow even at USB 3.0 speeds..... not sure if its a quality issue with this unit or what. I have dozens of other smaller capacity drives from other manufacturers that beat the heck out of this drive from a performance perspective but have much smaller 64GB capacity. The idea was to copy everything off without having to break it up.....after over an hour with hardly any progress we wound up ditching the 256GB drive and using multiple 64GB drives from other manufacturer. Finished in a reasonable amount of time.....probably would still be running if we had let the Lexar drive continue. 2Might be problematic! I bought one a few years ago and it seemed like stronger and better quality than this exact new one. I think they got more flimsy and cheap with the slide button part .. as the USB slips out, it wiggles and doesn't look like it's going to last! For that price, it better!!!!!!! We will see! Otherwise, when I download and transfer onto this stick, it takes a while and that is not good. Overall, I gave it a 3 because I don't think it will last. The quality is not as it used to be and it's constantly showing corrupted files and I have to slowly add files, in order for the data transfer to do it's job correctly or the files screw up and I have to waste more time loading them on again (even slower) ... Frustrating! Usually I love Lexar but I hope they stop going cheap on their products, or I will have to switch to a different company! 3Save your money! I'm not sure why, but this drive did not hold up as it should have. I wanted to get a drive that was relatively cheap to back up some folders I had on my computer so I wasn't too worried about having the top of the line drive. Now, I wish I had spent the extra money! The plastic that holds the actual drive is really really cheaply made. Half the time I am not even able to get the stick part out to plug into my computer, which is both frustrating and stressful. It has also started doing this thing where it plugs and unplugs at random; nothing is touching it but the light on it flickers and the files pop up and then go away...definitely NOT what you want to happen when you've uploaded important files onto it!Spend the extra money and get one that will work. This one is not worth it, even given the small price. 2Fine for storage; will not work as boot USB on some machines It's a great bargain for simple file storage. However, I cannot use it to create a USB boot drive.Panasonic laptop, Windows 10 Pro. Backup software Macrium Reflect creates a USB rescue drive that should boot. This Lexar USB stick will not boot on my machine. A Sandisk USB created by the exact program boots fine. So does an Adata USB that has a bootable copy of Windows 10.I use a similar Lexar on a Dell XPS 13. There, the Macrium Reflect rescue boots fine.So, get this for file storage, but do not count on it for being bootable. Maybe it will, maybe not. 3I have heard nothing but good about Lexar flash drives and have even used several ... It's "okay" if you don't need it to be reliable for important projects. This is the SECOND lexar flash drive i've gone through in THREE MONTHS!!! Both were 32gb, one was a purple color and then an orange one, same type/design and everything except for the colors. I have heard nothing but good about Lexar flash drives and have even used several different ones in the past but these SUCK!!! I am very careful with my flash drives as they usually hold very important projects and data. The first one stopped working after 2 weeks. This one lasted longer but only about two months. It just completely stops working unless I bend it slightly and HOLD IT while it is plugged into the computer. Can't believe this. Losing all of my data a SECOND TIME!!?!?! For no reason!!! It is kept in a safe place where it will not be damaged and only taken out when used and yet it just completely stops working. Two times now I've had this problem. This is ridiculous especially considering I have used their products before with no problem but this one is absolutely awful and I am extremely disappointed. 1Repaired/replaced Good read and write speed, pc has no problem detecting it. I don't use the encryption software but I guess it's good to have if I need to protect sensitive data.UPDATE:The drive no longer works, stopped working two days ago. I plug it in and the pc detect it but when I go to copy stuff on to it drive not present. and dissappear from usb list. I have tried it on 3 different pc.UPDATE:August 3 2017-Lexar either replace/repaired the drive and it is now functional and performance is back to normal. Thank you Lexar customer support for the easy process of repair/replacement. 4Works Perfectly for Nvidia Shield TV (2017) Adoptable Storage Update 4.3.2018I've lowered my review score from five to two stars. I started noticing this device malfunctioning while operating as adoptable storage for my Nvidia Shield TV (2017). Depending on the app, it was either unplayable and/ or unwatchable, or in some cases, permanently corrupted. I also am currently disappointed in the support process. Specifically, the turnaround time to receive a replacement is unacceptable. I immediately contacted Lexar upon the problem. They don't cover shipping the defective unit to them. I sent it in as fast as I could and several weeks later, I still am without a replacement. I finally contacted support since I had no communication from them not including me tracking information verifying they received it. The response I received was extremely vague with no estimate given other than they are "trying hard to get me a replacement." I don't understand what's so hard? I will update again when necessary but I'm disappointed that nearly a month later, I'm still without a replacement.I purchased this for my Nvidia Shield TV (2017) to use as adoptable storage. For anyone who may not know, this uses the space on the USB drive as though it is internal storage.This stick is on Nvidia's list of recommended USB 3.0 drives using it for that purpose. I have not been disappointed. It's nice to have the extra storage without any issues, especially with regard to speed so apps play as they are intended. 2It Failed Within Three Days: I'd Avoid It If I Were You.... This green Lexar 64 GB drive quit working after just three days, and I had only used it a few times. When plugged into any computer it doesn't show up as a drive, and the activity light blinks very slowly--about once every four seconds, presumably as an error indicator. I backed up some sensitive documents on it, so I can't really return it in case it starts working intermittently again. I've contacted the third party seller, but even if it's replaced, it sounds like it's a really unreliable device based on the most recent reviews. This is a real shame: I specifically searched for a Lexar drive because the best I've used were two black Lexar drives, one 16 GB and more recently a 64 GB drive--but those don't appear to be available any more. And so I have to say, very reluctantly, I think you should avoid this one, and be sure to check the most recent reviews of other Lexar drives.UPDATE, 3/26/18: The third party seller did an excellent job of replacing the original drive, and it cost me nothing. However, unbelievably, the second one also failed after about six weeks of light use. Something is wrong Lexar: you need to improve your quality control, and I won't be buying from you again for the foreseeable future. And I'm not going to bother the original seller again, so I'm out about $20+ on this one.... 1
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This flash drive is worthless, piece of garbage Absolutely the WORST flash drive or computer product I have ever used. Total nightmare, the connection between the flash drive and computer will not stay connected making it almost impossible to use if not totally worthless. Also will not copy files correctly aborts them in the middle of copying. Sadly I copied photo files on here as a back up. Happily I purchased another flash drive from a different company, it works great,and also faster than this one. Too bad I cannot give this a negative star, it deserves a negative 4.5....don't waste your time or money on this, or risk disappointment. 1Not so fast as they've acclaimed.. Writing speed of about 22 MB/sec. I have been looking for suitable USB memory stick for various usage.I wanted 32~64~128 GB capacity / preferably MLC nand (if possible) / Writing speed faster than 50~60 MB/sec. I have been using SANDISK CZ80 for years happily. It is very reliable and fast USB until now. But as the model CZ80 is no more available today, I tried this LEXAR S75 instead, although is is not MLC based and its advertised writing speed was 30 for 32GB capacity mode.I copied more than a hundred files from a Plextor SSD M6Pro on my PC onto the LEXAR S75 32GB.The actual writing speed on a brand new S75 is shown in attached picture. It's writing speed was about 22 MB/sec and it is far under the advertised speed of 30 MB/sec.As for durability, I have no idea, because I haven't been using LEXAR S75 more than a couple of months.I think I should try SANDISK CZ880, which was excluded from my choice because it has only two capacities : 128 GB and 256 GB. I always want to have some very nice and reliable USB memory sticks but it seems to be difficult for me. I may sting on SANDISK for now. 3Trying to dump laptop contents to flash drive from a ... Trying to dump laptop contents to flash drive from a laptop with a damaged network jack........is excruciatingly slow even at USB 3.0 speeds..... not sure if its a quality issue with this unit or what. I have dozens of other smaller capacity drives from other manufacturers that beat the heck out of this drive from a performance perspective but have much smaller 64GB capacity. The idea was to copy everything off without having to break it up.....after over an hour with hardly any progress we wound up ditching the 256GB drive and using multiple 64GB drives from other manufacturer. Finished in a reasonable amount of time.....probably would still be running if we had let the Lexar drive continue. 2Might be problematic! I bought one a few years ago and it seemed like stronger and better quality than this exact new one. I think they got more flimsy and cheap with the slide button part .. as the USB slips out, it wiggles and doesn't look like it's going to last! For that price, it better!!!!!!! We will see! Otherwise, when I download and transfer onto this stick, it takes a while and that is not good. Overall, I gave it a 3 because I don't think it will last. The quality is not as it used to be and it's constantly showing corrupted files and I have to slowly add files, in order for the data transfer to do it's job correctly or the files screw up and I have to waste more time loading them on again (even slower) ... Frustrating! Usually I love Lexar but I hope they stop going cheap on their products, or I will have to switch to a different company! 3Save your money! I'm not sure why, but this drive did not hold up as it should have. I wanted to get a drive that was relatively cheap to back up some folders I had on my computer so I wasn't too worried about having the top of the line drive. Now, I wish I had spent the extra money! The plastic that holds the actual drive is really really cheaply made. Half the time I am not even able to get the stick part out to plug into my computer, which is both frustrating and stressful. It has also started doing this thing where it plugs and unplugs at random; nothing is touching it but the light on it flickers and the files pop up and then go away...definitely NOT what you want to happen when you've uploaded important files onto it!Spend the extra money and get one that will work. This one is not worth it, even given the small price. 2Fine for storage; will not work as boot USB on some machines It's a great bargain for simple file storage. However, I cannot use it to create a USB boot drive.Panasonic laptop, Windows 10 Pro. Backup software Macrium Reflect creates a USB rescue drive that should boot. This Lexar USB stick will not boot on my machine. A Sandisk USB created by the exact program boots fine. So does an Adata USB that has a bootable copy of Windows 10.I use a similar Lexar on a Dell XPS 13. There, the Macrium Reflect rescue boots fine.So, get this for file storage, but do not count on it for being bootable. Maybe it will, maybe not. 3I have heard nothing but good about Lexar flash drives and have even used several ... It's "okay" if you don't need it to be reliable for important projects. This is the SECOND lexar flash drive i've gone through in THREE MONTHS!!! Both were 32gb, one was a purple color and then an orange one, same type/design and everything except for the colors. I have heard nothing but good about Lexar flash drives and have even used several different ones in the past but these SUCK!!! I am very careful with my flash drives as they usually hold very important projects and data. The first one stopped working after 2 weeks. This one lasted longer but only about two months. It just completely stops working unless I bend it slightly and HOLD IT while it is plugged into the computer. Can't believe this. Losing all of my data a SECOND TIME!!?!?! For no reason!!! It is kept in a safe place where it will not be damaged and only taken out when used and yet it just completely stops working. Two times now I've had this problem. This is ridiculous especially considering I have used their products before with no problem but this one is absolutely awful and I am extremely disappointed. 1Repaired/replaced Good read and write speed, pc has no problem detecting it. I don't use the encryption software but I guess it's good to have if I need to protect sensitive data.UPDATE:The drive no longer works, stopped working two days ago. I plug it in and the pc detect it but when I go to copy stuff on to it drive not present. and dissappear from usb list. I have tried it on 3 different pc.UPDATE:August 3 2017-Lexar either replace/repaired the drive and it is now functional and performance is back to normal. Thank you Lexar customer support for the easy process of repair/replacement. 4Works Perfectly for Nvidia Shield TV (2017) Adoptable Storage Update 4.3.2018I've lowered my review score from five to two stars. I started noticing this device malfunctioning while operating as adoptable storage for my Nvidia Shield TV (2017). Depending on the app, it was either unplayable and/ or unwatchable, or in some cases, permanently corrupted. I also am currently disappointed in the support process. Specifically, the turnaround time to receive a replacement is unacceptable. I immediately contacted Lexar upon the problem. They don't cover shipping the defective unit to them. I sent it in as fast as I could and several weeks later, I still am without a replacement. I finally contacted support since I had no communication from them not including me tracking information verifying they received it. The response I received was extremely vague with no estimate given other than they are "trying hard to get me a replacement." I don't understand what's so hard? I will update again when necessary but I'm disappointed that nearly a month later, I'm still without a replacement.I purchased this for my Nvidia Shield TV (2017) to use as adoptable storage. For anyone who may not know, this uses the space on the USB drive as though it is internal storage.This stick is on Nvidia's list of recommended USB 3.0 drives using it for that purpose. I have not been disappointed. It's nice to have the extra storage without any issues, especially with regard to speed so apps play as they are intended. 2It Failed Within Three Days: I'd Avoid It If I Were You.... This green Lexar 64 GB drive quit working after just three days, and I had only used it a few times. When plugged into any computer it doesn't show up as a drive, and the activity light blinks very slowly--about once every four seconds, presumably as an error indicator. I backed up some sensitive documents on it, so I can't really return it in case it starts working intermittently again. I've contacted the third party seller, but even if it's replaced, it sounds like it's a really unreliable device based on the most recent reviews. This is a real shame: I specifically searched for a Lexar drive because the best I've used were two black Lexar drives, one 16 GB and more recently a 64 GB drive--but those don't appear to be available any more. And so I have to say, very reluctantly, I think you should avoid this one, and be sure to check the most recent reviews of other Lexar drives.UPDATE, 3/26/18: The third party seller did an excellent job of replacing the original drive, and it cost me nothing. However, unbelievably, the second one also failed after about six weeks of light use. Something is wrong Lexar: you need to improve your quality control, and I won't be buying from you again for the foreseeable future. And I'm not going to bother the original seller again, so I'm out about $20+ on this one.... 1
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