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Monday, November 05, 2007
Lexar Jumpdrive Lightning 4GB

4. Conclusion

There are so many USB sticks on the market right now, that it is easy for users to get confused when deciding which one to buy. One strategy is to find the fastest and cheapest.

Lexar's proposal, the JumpDrive Lightning, is certainy one of the fastest USB sticks. Imagine being able to read at up to 35MB/sec while writing at 25MB/sec. Very impressive speeds if you ask me.

The Lexar JumpDrive Lighting is and feels very durable, thanks to its shiny stainless steel construction. Of course this has two disadvantages: fingerprints and slightly heavier than the usual USB stick. But these are probably the only two negative points we couldn't find.

The retail price of €65 Euro is not that cheap, compared with other proposals, but I don't know of many sticks out there with such high reading and writing speeds. We will not comment on the PowerToGo software. If you like it, you can use it. We prefer to have the extra 45MB on our USB module:-)




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