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$236.99 $229.88 list($279.99)
21. Lexar JDP2GB-231 JumpDrive Lightning
$26.99 $25.95 list()
22. Lexar Media MULTI CARD READER
$15.99 $14.95 list()
23. Lexar Media RW020-001 USB 2.0
$44.64 $43.96 list($99.99)
24. Lexar Media 256 MB Memory Stick
$230.99 $134.90 list($299.99)
25. Lexar 512 MB Memory Stick Pro
$42.99 $42.34 list()
26. Lexar Media 256MB SECURE DIGITAL
$84.99 list()
27. Kodak SD Card 1 GB KPSD1GBSCS
$87.99 $86.40 list($249.99)
28. Lexar Media 1GB CompactFlash HSS
$47.99 $45.99 list($129.99)
29. Lexar Media 512 MB JumpDrive Elite
$42.74 $31.95 list($89.99)
30. Lexar Media SD256-32-231 256 MB
$37.99 list($64.80)
31. Lexar Media RW021001 Adapter,
$119.99 $119.93 list($198.00)
32. Lexar Media Photo Mechanic Software
$120.99 $112.95 list($149.99)
33. Lexar JDP1GB-231JumpDrive Lightning
$38.99 list($69.99)
34. Lexar Media JD256-231 256 MB USB
$27.54 $23.99 list($49.99)
35. Lexar PD-128-231 128 MB JumpDrive
$40.99 list($79.99)
36. Lexar JumpGear MPC128-231 MP3
$52.24 $45.94 list()
37. Lexar Media 512 MB Secure Digital
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38. Lexar Media 8GB 40X PRO SERIES
$31.99 $31.37 list()
39. Lexar Elite 256 MB USB 2.0 (JDE256-231)
$399.95
40. Lexar Media 4GB 80X PRO SERIES

21. Lexar JDP2GB-231 JumpDrive Lightning 2 GB, 120X
list price: $279.99
our price: $236.99
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Asin: B0007O7DTA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LEXAR
Sales Rank: 7865
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Product Description

Lexar's premium product combines powerful read and write speeds and massive(up to 2GB) storage capacities to provide first class portable data storage and transfer capabilities, all wrapped in a striking design.JumpDrive Lightning is unrivaled in terms of capacity, software functionality and design. With a distinctive stainless steel casing, JumpDrive Lightning is capable of an impressive read/write speed rating of 120x (18MB/sec) minimum sustained write speed capability and 160x (24 MB/sec) minimum sustained read speed capability.It's ideal for business professionals, power users and anyone looking for high performance storage, portability and the ability to save and carry large amounts of digital pictures, music, presentations or any other data files.JumpDrive Lightning is the epitome of USB flash drive capabilities combined withthe ultimate in design. JumpDrive Lightning also provides data security and file synchronization, with flexible options to help keep important data safe and protected, even if the drive is lost or stolen.JumpDrive Lightning creates both password-protected and public areas on the drive. The public area is accessible by anyone using the JumpDrive, while the private area is password-protected and also encrypted with 256-bit AES. This makes it possible for users to easily share files, while at the same time securely limit access to sensitive or private information.For added convenience, JumpDrive Lightni ... Read more

Features

  • Fastest JumpDrive on the market, wrapped in a dazzling design
  • Blazing 120X write speed* (18 MB/s)
  • USB 2.0 Hi-Speed, fits on key chain, stylish stainless steel case
  • PC & Macintosh compatible
  • Software suite, to include: Security, File synchronization, File encryption

22. Lexar Media MULTI CARD READER ( RW022-001 )

our price: $26.99
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Asin: B00032Q3WY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media, Inc.
Sales Rank: 3756
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23. Lexar Media RW020-001 USB 2.0 CompactFlash Reader

our price: $15.99
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Asin: B0000VYJOM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LEXAR MEDIA INC
Sales Rank: 1415
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24. Lexar Media 256 MB Memory Stick (MS256-281)
list price: $99.99
our price: $44.64
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Asin: B00008XOJC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LEXAR MEDIA INC
Sales Rank: 207
Average Customer Review: 3.15 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Data transfer rate from card to PC Up to 850KB/sec.
  • LED light when it writes to protect against accidental data loss
  • Record your high-resolution digital images in a safe, convenient, durable, easy-to-use format
  • Connectors - Supports Type I
  • USB connection

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars Lexar Media 256 MB Memory Stick
I purchased this memory stick and have been extrememly happy with it. I have a Sony 5.0 digital camera and have been using this memory stick constantly for the past few months with no problems. I would recommend it highly!

4-0 out of 5 stars Your best value choice for stick media.
I own two 256Mb Memory Sticks from Lexar. These sticks are, in fact, two 128Mb sticks in a single body; you must manually switch, via a micro DIP switch, which bank you wish to access. It also has a micro DIP switch for write-locking the media.

Now, manually switching banks is something to consider if you're looking for the latest and greatest: Sony has just released Memory Stick Pro media which can address up to 1GB of memory in a single stick. Is this a strong consideration? Probably not, since the 1Gb stick ends up costing more than your handheld.

In general use, these sticks are more than adequate. The minor incovenience of manually switching the banks is outweighed by the cost and backing of Lexar. Lexar makes good memory devices.

You could buy the Sony-branded sticks or Lexar-branded sticks, and you end up with identical media. Lexar's warranty on their Memory Stick media even surpasses Sony's, and it's the same item functionally. I recommend the Lexar sticks, withholding the final star because a soft-switch of the banks would have been perfect.

4-0 out of 5 stars For the price a pro stick is better
I have this Lexar stick and the SanDisk SDMSP-256-822 256 MB Memory Stick Pro. Unless you have an older camera that is not compatible with the Pro technology I highly recommend buying a Pro stick instead. The Pro stick does not have an a-b switch and it writes faster than the older memory sticks.

It is important however to make sure your camera (as well as any card reader) is compatible with the pro stick.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Deal
I bought one of the 256's at a local store for 870 some bucks. Works excellent but I never formatted it in the camera. Be sure you do that before taking pictures.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ehhh it works
I bought it to use in my sony dsc-p72 and well it worked fine but I could not get past picture #51 it gave me a file error so I had to turn it off and then look at the pictures from the last one back to picture 51. Odd but I just had to delete them all and start over. I had some really good pics I wanted to save but could not. ... Read more


25. Lexar 512 MB Memory Stick Pro
list price: $299.99
our price: $230.99
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Asin: B0000932A2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media
Sales Rank: 28612
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Features

  • NOTE -Your digital device MUST be Memory Stick Pro compatible. Check your manufacturer's website to see if your device is, or if there is a downloadable patch for it!
  • Capacity - 512MB

26. Lexar Media 256MB SECURE DIGITAL KODAK BRAN ( KPSD256SCS )

our price: $42.99
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Asin: B0002XHAXA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media, Inc.
Sales Rank: 28740
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27. Kodak SD Card 1 GB KPSD1GBSCS

our price: $84.99
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Asin: B00076U1D8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media
Sales Rank: 15706
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Features

  • Works with SD™ Card Readers and all laptops (adapter required)
  • Designed for use by digital cameras and devices that accept the SD-PictureCard
  • Ideal for users who want an easy way to store and share events.Kodak Easy Share system compatible.
  • 24-Hour Customer Support
  • Compatible with MACINTOSH and MICROSOFT WINDOWS Systems

28. Lexar Media 1GB CompactFlash HSS (12X) CF1GB-12-251
list price: $249.99
our price: $87.99
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Asin: B0002I722Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media, Inc.
Sales Rank: 4300
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Features

  • Allows you to capture photos while processing others.
  • Digital Film designed for the Professional Photographer
  • Solid State Design provides the ultimate in reliability
  • Speed Rated product provides faster transfer rates
  • 100% Camera comapatibilty guarantee

29. Lexar Media 512 MB JumpDrive Elite (JDE512-231)
list price: $129.99
our price: $47.99
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Asin: B000117DFS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media
Sales Rank: 1739
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Perfect for the mobile professional
  • Cap snaps onto either end of jump drive
  • Ideal Storage accessory for business, frequent travelers, and style-concious consumers.
  • Writable area on the back can be used to label and organize contents.
  • High speed USB 2.0

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Over 200 times bigger capacity than a floppy disk
Hello, this is Chen Yee. I'm 16 years old, and I go to Fort Vancouver High School. I'm in sophomore. Before I'm in sophomore year in high school, I asked my dad to buy me the 256MB Sandisk Cruzer Mini. He bought it at Costco for $50.00. It's a nice flash drive. He bought it for my last August. Right now I had the 256MB for 9 months right now. This summer, I will buy the 512MB JumpDrive by Lexar Media. Then it will be twice bigger capacity than the current one I have. I usually use my JumpDrive to save documents, usually school work, reports, and homework assignments. When I am in junior year in high school, I will show the 512MB JumpDrive to my classmates and say "I got twice big capacity than the previous one last year." ... Read more


30. Lexar Media SD256-32-231 256 MB 32x Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card
list price: $89.99
our price: $42.74
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Asin: B00009M967
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LEXAR MEDIA INC
Sales Rank: 1341
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Great for storing pictures, music and data.
  • An erasure-prevention switch to keep your data safe.
  • Perfect for mobile applications and users.
  • Solid state design insures reliability and durability

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Never recieved it
I ordered it for $59.99, even paid for the expedited service, but two days later it was canceled. Not sure why. After reading another review it seems the price was incorrect. I thought it was too good to be true!

I have not a clue on its performance.

1-0 out of 5 stars False price - $59.99 with Office Depot
I tried to purchase this Lexar 256 MB SD memory card in mid-May for $59.99 through Office Depot/Amazon. However, a day after I received my confirmation e-mail, I suddenly received a cancellation e-mail with no explanation. I called Office Depot & found out that an incorrect price was advertised, so my order was cancelled. Now a day later, both Internet sites still have the incorrect price of $59.99. The lady I spoke with at Office Depot said that the actual price was $75 ... so beware if you think you're getting a good buy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't go wrong...
...with this SD card. I had recently bought 2 digital cameras for an upcoming trip to the UK and needed more memory of course. I'm an EE so I started comparing specs. (with a bias towards low price). Here's the skinny:
The Lexar 32x 256MB was $60, the 32x 512MB was $170. The big brands were more yet. The best compramise in MB/$ came in at 256MB. Another issue with the bigger cards is getting over-invested in your photo storage media. If you get a 1 gig card, sure you can load it with 750 high-res pictures, enough for your whole 2 weeks just clicking away. What then if the (one) card gets lost, squished, or just craps out? The whole trip of memories gone forever! The most I was willing to risk was about 256Mb - maybe one fourth of the trip, and with both my wife and myself shooting similar pics on 2 cameras- further risk reduction.

The card... works like a charm. I've tried all 4 I bought in both cameras - all worked perfect (practiced over 100 pics getting the hang ov camera features so far). I have 2 different readers (the Kodak 6in1 reader and the little $15 Lexar USB pod) and they both read and write perfectly. I get about 5 MB/s transfer (rough estimate) to 2 different PCs (work and home), and also use the cards to transfer general data.

Best bang for the buck of all the SD cards available right now! ... Read more


31. Lexar Media RW021001 Adapter, Cf 32 Bit Cardbus Adapter
list price: $64.80
our price: $37.99
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Asin: B00069P6BS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media
Sales Rank: 2915
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Product Description

CardBus transfer rates are, theoretically, up to 132MB a second. Actual transfer rates for the CardBus CompactFlash Adapter will depend on the CompactFlash cards controller speed. Customers with high-speed CF cards, will notice a significant speed difference when downloading files, compared with a standard PC Card adapter. However, customers with slower CF cards may not notice any difference at all.· The design provides for a compact, rugged card/adapter combination that can be inserted completely within its host computer without any external cabling. Many photographers, especially Pro's, are looking for ways to reduce the amount of extra equipment they have to carry during photo shoots. · The CardBus CompactFlash Adapter will continue to support the hot-swapping and plug-and-play capabilities that users have come to expect from 16-bit PC Cards.· The high transfer rate and ease of use make the CardBus CompactFlash Adapter competitive with USB 2.0 and FireWire readers. · Windows XP, 2000, ME and 98/98 SE operating systems are supported. The required driver software uses a simple plug-and-play installation. Apple Macintosh computers are not supported at this time. CardBus is a high-performance 32-bit version of the PC Card standard. CardBus cards are able to take advantage of internal bus speeds that can be as much as four-to-six times faster than 16-bit PC Cards.The CardBus CompactFlash Adapter will allow consumers to get th e maximum capability o ... Read more


32. Lexar Media Photo Mechanic Software
list price: $198.00
our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0002TXKEM
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Lexar Media
Sales Rank: 1456
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Product Description

The Ultimate Workflow Tool Photo Mechanic's super fast browsing enables you to quickly compare multiple images and select the best ones from a sequence. It's batch processing capabilities, full support for image variables, IPTC and Exif meta-data make it the perfect tool for any digital photographer with lots of images to sort, manage and edit. Features High speed cross platform image browser dual processor aware for Macintosh and PCSupport for all major IPTC (International Press Telecommunications council) meta-data fieldsConvenient ingest command provides intelligent downloading of photos including batch IPTC captioning, and optional secondary backup.Powerful batch features (Rename, Save as, Copy, Move, Delete, Embed ICC profiles, Apply IPTC Stationery)Image variables Extract image Exif or IPTC meta-data for captioning or naming imagesSlide show edit Tag images for batch processing while viewing and sharing them in slide show modeExport and printing options Email images, create HTML web galleries and print directly ... Read more


33. Lexar JDP1GB-231JumpDrive Lightning 1 GB, 100X
list price: $149.99
our price: $120.99
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Asin: B0007O7DT0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LEXAR
Sales Rank: 3832
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Product Description

Lexar's premium product combines powerful read and write speeds and massive(up to 2GB) storage capacities to provide first class portable data storage and transfer capabilities, all wrapped in a striking design.JumpDrive Lightning is unrivaled in terms of capacity, software functionality and design. With a distinctive stainless steel casing, JumpDrive Lightning is capable of an impressive read/write speed rating of 120x (18MB/sec) minimum sustained write speed capability and 160x (24 MB/sec) minimum sustained read speed capability.It's ideal for business professionals, power users and anyone looking for high performance storage, portability and the ability to save and carry large amounts of digital pictures, music, presentations or any other data files.JumpDrive Lightning is the epitome of USB flash drive capabilities combined withthe ultimate in design. JumpDrive Lightning also provides data security and file synchronization, with flexible options to help keep important data safe and protected, even if the drive is lost or stolen.JumpDrive Lightning creates both password-protected and public areas on the drive. The public area is accessible by anyone using the JumpDrive, while the private area is password-protected and also encrypted with 256-bit AES. This makes it possible for users to easily share files, while at the same time securely limit access to sensitive or private information.For added convenience, JumpDrive Lightni ... Read more

Features

  • Fastest JumpDrive on the market, wrapped in a dazzling design
  • Blazing 100X write speed* (15 MB/s)
  • USB 2.0 Hi-Speed, fits on key chain, stylish stainless steel case
  • PC & Macintosh compatible
  • Software suite, to include: Security, File synchronization, File encryption

34. Lexar Media JD256-231 256 MB USB 2.0 JumpDrive
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00007K3A3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media
Sales Rank: 884
Average Customer Review: 4.03 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 256 MB of storage space
  • Can hold any kind of data--MP3 files, pictures, video, etc.
  • Data protection light that blinks until your data is safely stored
  • Built-in hole where you can add an optional key ring
  • PC and Macintosh compatible

Reviews (114)

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing convenience in: Linux, Windows, Mac, whatever!
I bought the Lexar Media 256 MB JumpDrive because I needed something that was quick and held more data than a floppy. The JumpDrive is perfect. It is compatible with PCs and Macs (as long as you plug it into a USB port with enough power) and needs no drivers (Win98 the exception). Linux (kernel 2.4 or greater) with the correct usb modules also automatically recognizes and mounts this flash drive.

It is also very fast. My computer is not new enough to have the high speed USB 2.0 that would get full speed out of this drive, but even with the older USB I was able to get about 12 MB/s.

I highly recommend this specific flash drive. I bought it because it has been highly reviewed everywhere I read. Amazon.com with its free shipping offered the best deal. Cheaper (by about $20) USB flash drives can be found, but they can only use the slower USB 1.1 transfer speed. I'd recommend buying this latest USB 2.0 drive, which is still backwards compatible with the old standard.

2-0 out of 5 stars Performance Bad For 2.0 Device with WinXP - Caveat Emptor
SEE IMPORTANT NOTE AT BOTTOM (Updated 9/18/03)
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I own an Iomega 128MB Mini Drive (USB 1.1) and wanted something bigger and faster (I have 6 USB 2.0 ports on a new Dell). As soon as I tried the Lexar I could not believe how slow it was in WinXP SP1. The Iomega's performance beat it by a wide margin. Before you shrug me off as a malcontent, hear my tale and look at my benchmark numbers.

My introduction to the Lexar was filled with enthusiasm. 200MB in < 50 seconds, the package said! I copied a 43MB directory using Windows Explorer drag and drop. It took 5+ minutes compared to 1 min 30+ seconds on the Iomega USB 1.1. I repeated the timings; little change.

I went on to spend 4 hours or so on the internet at Lexar's site (no downloads, no user tips, worthless), Microsoft's site (informative but no help), and hours on Google. After a pathetic Lexar chat session that aborted, I called them and we decided that the Lexar might be defective. Took it back to OfficeMax for a replacement, and the replacement ran just as badly.

I diddled with my WinXP system for a couple hours removing some suspect drivers from Iomega and Veritas, changed my CMOS to disable "USB Emulation", made sure the Device Manager Policies tab was set to "Optimize for Performance", turned off McAfee AntiVirus, and other tweaks. In all, no improvement whatever!

Before taking the Lexar back to OfficeMax, I tried two other things: 1) Downloaded the WIN98 drivers and ran the device on my 5 year-old Dell with Win98 and USB 1.1; 2) Found a WinXP system totally unrelated to mine and did a benchmark there.

1) My old Dell with the new drivers ran the same 43MB copy in only 1 min.34 secs on the Lexar (big improvement over WinXP and 2.0 ports), but then the Iomega Mini Drive improved as well to 1 min. 10 secs.

2) Just now came back from Best Buy who let me use a Compaq Presario with equivalent memory and processor speed (not that this is that important) and with 6 "Certified" USB 2.0 ports, running also on WinXP SP1. I copied a 24MB directory from their C: drive in 54 secs. on the Iomega Mini Drive and a whopping 2 mins. 26 secs. on the Lexar JumpDrive. (According to Lexar's packaging this should have taken 6 or so seconds.) And, yes, I did remember to set the Policies to "Optimize for Performance".

The only conclusions I can draw from all this are: 1) The Lexar 2.0 can't come close to Iomega's 1.1 Mini Drive and their USB 1.1 Zip 250, except on a system with USB 1.1 ports. 2) there might be "bad blood" between the Lexar and either WinXP or 2.0 hardware. I lean toward there being a flaw in WinXP SP1. It would be nice if the vendors could supply their own drivers (tested) for Win2000/XP.

I'm not trying to disparage Lexar since other 2.0 mini or flash drives could perform as badly. I just tried a SanDisk Cruzer Mini 2.0 and obtained similar poor performance and I saw a newsgroup posting complaining about a Sony Micro Vault 2.0.

My advice to you: Buy your drive from a vendor that will provide a quick 100% refund, benchmark the drive you select against a name brand 1.1 version (especially if you have 2.0 USB ports), don't pay a premium for a 2.0 drive if you have 1.1 USB ports. And ... be wary of the hype on the packaging. USB 2.0 means many different things.

(ADDENDUM 9/18/03)
What I've said above is still true but I've pretty much isolated the problem to WinXP and the buggy way it handles FAT and FAT32. I formatted my PNY Attache 2.0 as "NTFS" and the performance took a quantum leap upward. Unfortunately these drives come formatted at FAT or FAT32. So ... if you're having slow performance and don't need portability to non-NTFS computers, this will likely give you an unbelievable boost.

Those of you who raved about the performance of this device (with the default FAT format) are probably only copying a single large file. Try copying a directory with 500 small files and you'll likely agree with me. Hopefully Microsoft will fix this problem and I'll pull this negative review.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a great value for the money!
This is a fantastic piece of technology and I really like it. I originally purchased the Lexar 128 Megabyte Jumpdrive, but used it so much I ended up buying this one and keeping the other as a spare at home.

If you think about it, there really are only 4 ways to exchange technology between computers (for the average person).

You could use a floppy drive -but they are not standard anymore on next generation computers, and they only hold 1 megabyte of infomation -hardly enough to handle more than a picture or two.

Or, you could use a Zip drive. But here's the problem. You now have 100, 250, and 750 megabyte drives, and though you can read any of the older zip disks with a newer drive, you CANNOT WRITE ON THEM (and the reading process is REALLY slow). I made this mistake, and I am stuck with a 750 Megabyte drive that no one else has, so I can't do much more than backup my own data.

Or, you can burn information to a CD-rom and move it that way. Yes, you can do this, IF you have a burner and a blank cd on the computer you need data from, but that very likely may not be an answer either for casual transfers.

Amd finally, what I had been using most of the time, email. You can realistically email up to 3-5 MB of pictures or files. Pretty easy to use, and everyone has it, but not a solution for photos or large files.

This is where the jumpdrive comes in -and I think it is the perfect replacement. It is the size of your little finger and (this version) holds 256 MB! Best of all, the price has come down to a point that it is a great value.

Here's how it works. You pull of the cap and plug the drive directly into your comuter's USB port. (You don't need any software or drivers to preload -you just plug it in to any computer.) When it is plugged in the computer automatically recognizes it as a new drive right on your desktop. I.e. Go to your "My Computer" section and it now shows up as "Lexar Media (H:)" You then treat it like you would any other drive -you can save files to it, or you can just drag and drop files to it.

Here's another cool thing about the Lexar version of this drive. There is a little green light on the memory stick that lights up and blinks when it is first plugging in, and also when it is loading data. This will prevent you from removing the stick before the data is loaded -which is usually something that happens very quick!

I am very happy with this portable drive. It is something that is effortless to use, and is small enough that it can basically hang on your keychain so you have it wherever you need it. (In fact, there is actually a hook on the top of the drive so you can clip or hook it to whatever you want.)

The only thing to keep in mind is that it is a little small, and can get misplaced easily. If you are not going to carry it with you (with your keys), I'd recommend putting it somewhere that you are not going to forget, or tying a bulky keychain to it so it can't get lost.

Finally, it is something that I can feel confident that even non-techies will be able to use with ease -in other words, this is what mom and dad get for Christmas!

1-0 out of 5 stars Got it replaced, NONE working!!
I got one last year and it quitted in a few month. After replacing with Lexar, it stopped working again in a month!!
It is totally NOT reliable and I lost all my data!!

I do not think this is a good choice.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works good.
I bought this to store my thesis and some important school documents, as well as trasnferring some data from my laptop to desktop. This flash drive should be USB 2.0 compatible, however, it makes my laptop crashes whenever I plug it in my USB 2.0 cardbus. Well, it does work well with the original USB 1.1 of my laptop. ... Read more


35. Lexar PD-128-231 128 MB JumpDrive Portable USB Flash Drive
list price: $49.99
our price: $27.54
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Asin: B00006I5FQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media
Sales Rank: 259
Average Customer Review: 3.94 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 128 MB of storage space
  • Can hold any kind of data--MP3 files, pictures, video, etc.
  • Data protection light that blinks until your data is safely stored
  • Built-in hole where you can add an optional key ring
  • PC and Macintosh compatible

Reviews (111)

5-0 out of 5 stars The 'Super Floppy'
The Iomega drive used expensive media and many computer's didn't have one. The LS120 format never caught on. CD-R & CD-RW can be a pain when you're only recording small programs. Also, CD's are larger and normally require that you carry them around in their own protective case. These are some of the reason's why the Floppy Disk has hung around soooo long. So what's the product that may finally supplant the venerable Floppy Disk (Dell has already made floppies an option on many of their computers)? I think that you're looking at it.

I own this Lexar 128 JumpDrive and think it's performance/price ratio is awesome. Almost every modern computer has a USB input, so this solves the format/compatibility problem. The size is extremely small and durable, which makes product excellent for transporting. USB 1 is good for about 10MBPS, so you can fill up all 122.5MB of this drive in a couple minutes (yeah, it's not quite 128MB as you'd be lead to believe). Finally the software/drivers (5MB download if you have Win 98) work like a charm.

This is an excellent product solution and if you are looking for any negatives, these are the only items I would consider worth pointing out: drive is not quite 128MB, some larger EXE files are larger than 122.5MB and therefore will not fit on this drive, and finally, although unit is very compact, the dimensional width of the JumpDrive may suck up 2 USB ports in horizontal USB configurations (e.g. - your notebook).

5-0 out of 5 stars A Favorite Gadget
This device has the same flaws I mentioned in my review of the 64MB model: awkward write-protect DIP switch, loose cap and no encryption/security features (although it isn't advertised as having any, you may have need of them). Storage capacity is not an issue as it was with the 64MB model, but the USB 1.1 transfer rate does become noticeable when transferring large amounts of data. If you can take advantage of a USB 2.0 device, getting the Lexar 256MB model bears some consideration; without the 2.0 accessibility, I wouldn't consider a device with more storage than 128MB - if I needed to transfer more than that amount, I'd burn it to a multi-session CD-R.

I find my 128MB JumpDrive to be incredibly handy and have used it for transferring files and utilities from one PC to another as well as directly played MP3s from it (using WinAmp and WMP). My wife has a laptop and frequently places a second battery in the floppy-drive bay: the JumpDrive is the easiest way to transfer files between my desktop and her laptop in this configuration.

If you're looking for a relatively inexpensive Christmas gift for the geek in your life (or you are a geek and your grandmother gave you a nice check this year instead of socks), consider getting this gadget. You're likely to love it as much as I do.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Drive
I have used this drive for about a year. It's great for transfering files from a Mac to a PC. You get 120MB of usable memory. It did just fail me, but I sent it in for repairs and got it back in 5 days. It will take longer to transfer and delete a whole bunch of small files (like jpegs) than large files. Overall, I have found this a very useful device.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not as Good as Other Drives
The price seemed right on this drive but performance is lacking. Like other thumb drives, it simply plugs into the back of your computer and becomes an instant hard drive.

This drive, however is poorly designed. The cap fits in only one direction, the pocket clip (attached to the cap) pushes the cap off if used, there is no included extension cable, there is no point for attaching to a neck cord, key chain etc.

I have also had trouble with performance. I can't seem to get more that about 95MB onto this thing without is complaining that the drive is full. This might be a bad chip but a manufacturer that lets an item out with more than a 25% shortage is probably not one you really want to deal with.

Take my advice and look for other drives (my current preference is by GE).

5-0 out of 5 stars Insanely useful!
I've kept this in my pocket for four months now with no problems. It solves all my "sneakernet" needs. I've carried stuff from work to home, mac to pc. I threw away six 100meg zip drives from my office because the jumpdrive made them obsolete. Sorry Iomega! ... Read more


36. Lexar JumpGear MPC128-231 MP3 Player with 128 MB JumpDrive Sport
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B0007L7244
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LEXAR
Sales Rank: 11849
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Lexar JumpGear MP3 Player with 128MB JumpDrive SportThe Lexar JumpGear MP3 product is a full-featured digital music player that lets you play music stored on your JumpDrive Sport, and create personal playlists on one or multiple JumpDrives for added flexibility. And of course you can still use your JumpDrive Sport to store and carry business documents, school work, photographs, or other information, in addition to your favorite music. The JumpGear MP3 supports MP3 and WMA music formats, and includes customizable user settings for equalizer and backlight.The 128MB JumpDrive Sport features a durable rubber cap that wraps securely around the device, making it more impact-resistant and protecting the cap from accidental loss. The rubber cap also allows the flash drive to be securely attached to a keychain or backpack while the drive itself can be easily removed for use. JumpDrive Sport is ideal for active users like students, outdoor enthusiasts, and any mobile computer user who requires the ultimate in durability in a portable drive. ... Read more

Features

  • Play, Pause, Volume, Fast Forward, Rewind, Lock switch
  • Store and play digital music
  • 128MB Storage capacity
  • Support for MP3, WMA, and DRM encrypted WMA formats
  • Backlight 3-line LCD display with Track number, play time, volume settings

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great entry MP3 player!!!Bought for my son.
I purchased this for my 9 year old son for Christmas 2004.In making my decision I liked that it played MP3 / WMA formats, that it did take batteries (youngsters don't always plan ahead to recharge those lithium ones), that it had external / expandable memory.I figured worst case scenario, if it did get broken, at least the jump drive could be useful.You can't beat the price for this set of features.It also sounds good (if your not an audiophile) or at least good enough for the gym and car rides.I should know because I've been caught borrowing it many times.
CONS:no wrist strap/armband/clip included.The operating instructions could have been more informative.
OVERALL:Excellent value.

4-0 out of 5 stars Lexar JumpGear/ with 512MB JumpDrive Sport
It's pretty good except my major question is how do you view the bookmarks and why can you only delete them? Is there any way to play them? Well besides that it shows all files even MP3 files in big letters until you play them. Also it has no recording or FM but it's OK.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding, especially for the price
Well, the JumpGear MP3 player for Lexar JumpDrive Sports normally sells for about $35 on its own. Toss in a 128MB JumpDrive Sport for a tad more and this is an outstanding deal.

Depending on uses, you might normally want a USB JumpDrive that's larger in size than 128MB (say 256MB, 512MB, even 1GB), but this is a great way to get started for a great price. (Heck, a 128MB JumpDrive as it is is almost 100x capacity of a floppy disk, and you can't beat JumpDrive Sports when it comes to sturdy USB drives.)

I have no major complaints with the MP3 "add-on" other than that it comes without any form of clip or lanyard -- Lexar separately sells a JumpGear clip-on "wallet" for about $10.

All in all, an outstanding deal for a flexible 128MB mp3 player that's also able to be upgraded in size. If mp3's are transferred at 64 kbps (which is fine and acceptable), you're looking at 4 hours of music on this thing, not to mention being able to use the JumpDrive for files, etc.

I adore my own so far, and consider Lexar the best I've encountered when it comes to USB drives, Compact Flash cards, etc.

Fully recommended as one of the best value deals I've seen in awhile. ... Read more


37. Lexar Media 512 MB Secure Digital Memory Card

our price: $52.24
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Asin: B00006I5FR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media
Sales Rank: 615
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Similar in size to MultiMediaCard memory cards, Lexar Media's 512 MB Secure Digital (SD) card is designed for use in digital devices such as digital cameras, MP3 players, PDAs, cellular phones, and camcorders. Lexar Media's SD cards feature an erasure-prevention switch that keeps your data safe. When the switch is locked, it will stop you from accidentally copying over or deleting data stored on your card.

All Lexar Media SD cards are tested and manufactured to the highest quality standard to assure you there is no need to worry about lost or missing data. With its small size and solid-state design, Lexar Media's SD cards are perfect for mobile applications and users. This product is backed by a five-year limited customer-satisfaction warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Great for storing pictures, music, and data
  • Small size and solid-state design makes it perfect for mobile applications
  • Erasure-prevention switch keeps your data safe
  • Reliable, durable, and manufactured to the highest quality standard
  • 5-year limited warranty

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars 512 megs, at a premium.
For a long time, MultiMediaCards (MMCs) were a tough sell against other formats such as CompactFlash & SmartMedia (and lately vs Sony Memory Sticks too), largely because they were offered in smaller memory capacities and always had a higher cost-per-meg than those formats. The SD card (interchangeable with MMC cards) is a format which has some distinct advantages over the other formats in terms of physical size and memory protection. However, when compared to other SD cards of smaller sizes (eg. the several 256MBs available), there is a considerable premium here on a dollar-per-meg basis (all of those are well under 50 cents per meg). I think for most folks it makes more sense to buy two 256 MBs than to put all one's eggs (and files) in one costlier basket. When the new 1 Gig cards come out, the price on the 512s will drop.

5-0 out of 5 stars Reliable brand
Lexar is a reliable brand, like Viking. I'm getting this 512MB SD card to test it. ... Read more


38. Lexar Media 8GB 40X PRO SERIES CF-CARD WA ENABLED ( CFB8GB-40-380 )

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Asin: B0002X8TYY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media, Inc.
Sales Rank: 25668
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39. Lexar Elite 256 MB USB 2.0 (JDE256-231)

our price: $31.99
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Asin: B000117DFI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LEXAR MEDIA INC
Sales Rank: 4839
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Features

  • Save digital pictures, music, presentations and more
  • Data protection light blinks until data is safely stored
  • Utilizes the USB port
  • Portable, lightweight and durable
  • Compatible with Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, XP; Mac OS X, Mac OS 8.6 or above

40. Lexar Media 4GB 80X PRO SERIES CF-CARD WA ENABLED ( CFB4GB-80-380 )

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Asin: B0002X8U1G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media, Inc.
Sales Rank: 2451
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