Lexar JumpDrive Triton Pro Reviews
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Lexar JumpDrive Triton Reviews3
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"While the SanDisk Extreme proved itself a bit quicker and cheaper, if style is your game and you want a metal USB 3.0 drive that doesn't feel flimsy in the hand (as the SD Extreme felt at times), then the Lexar JumpDrive Triton is well worth your consideration."
"The Lexar Triton Jump Drive is an impressive little flash drive capable of good speeds across USB 3.0 ports as well as USB 2.0 ports. These speeds are a plus if you are one that likes to get the data and move on to the next location quickly. Over the time we had the drive I moved several files include 9k worth of photos of my twins as well as movie files using this drive and it was far easier and less time consuming compared to the numerous slower USB 2.0 drives I have laying around."
"The Lexar JumpDrive Triton is not a bad drive. The Triton's write performance is lacking even though Lexar advertises speeds of 150 MB/s for both read and write. While this would be a big deal-breaker under normal circumstances, Lexar is not practicing false advertising, but is, at most, a little creative with Triton's performance numbers since the drive does manage to hit advertised numbers in ATTO. This sort of marketing is not unusual, but may really disappoint a lot of people because the drive's average speeds do not come anywhere close to its advertised speeds. The drive can, interestingly enough, still be considered quite affordable after taking its real-world average of 60 MB/s write into account. Add to that its excellent construction quality, a lifetime warranty, and its retractable USB connector, and you may just be willing to look past the average write speed, especially as it does peak at, as advertised, 150 MB/s across its entire flash-memory capacity."