Office Depot and OfficeMax
64GB Lexar JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive
on sale for
. Select free store pickup for the discount. Thanks FloridaSlicker
Note, in-store pickup must be selected for the discount to apply.
- 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
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.
Please include the capacity in the title. Thank you.
Nice stocking stuffer!
Done – thanks for the suggestion. 64GB
Good price. In for 1. I bought this same drive (or very similar) a long time ago for a lot more money. Solid drive, best transfer speeds of any USB 3.0 I’ve used (which is admittedly not a ton but still).
Lexar stopped making flash drives. Keep this in mind before buying. Are they getting rid of old stock? Will they support this if it fails?
Keep your receipt. I have had Lexar media fail and they won’t stand by the warranty without all the paperwork.
Don’t buy, lexar is not processing warranty. They asked me to RMA the drive and now saying don’t know when they can give refund or replace it due to CFIUS restrictions.
micron dropped the Lexar brand.
“Longsys acquired the Lexar brand from Micron and that Lexar is a company owned by Longsys, a Chinese company”
It’s . If it fails it’s not even worth the time required to seek a warranty replacement. Not to mention the postage to return it would be half the cost. Give me a break.
Hey now, don’t confuse the people with your facts and logic, it might damage their brains!
Back to being serious, you’d probably be looking at around to ship it back for an RMA, so this thing is obviously disposable if it fails.
Am I the only one that can’t get Office Depot website to load at all?
no keychain attachment is a no-go for me
Is longsys going to be more reliable than micron? Ive not been impressed with lexar in the past. I had a couple give up the ghost