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Lexar JumpDrive Triton - USB 3.0

Thanks to its stellar performance and nifty design, the Lexar JumpDrive Triton is more than worth its relatively high price tag.

By February 28, 2012

4 stars Editors' rating February 28, 2012

Lexar Echo MX backup drive 128GB

If you're willing to dig a hole in your wallet, the Lexar Echo MX could be a great option for quick backups and on-the-go storage.

By March 14, 2011

3.5 stars Editors' rating March 14, 2011

Lexar joins CFast 2.0 party with 3333X flash-memory card

The flash card maker now supports both of the new high-end flash card formats. Its CFast 2.0 cards reach 256GB capacity, and it's got a card reader, too.

By January 7, 2014


Get a power line Ethernet kit for $24.99 shipped

This is the cheapest option yet for bringing a wired Ethernet connection to the far corners of your house, no drilling required.

By September 8, 2014


How to recover deleted photos from a memory card

Just deleted an important batch of images from your memory card? Never fear, here's how to undelete them for Mac and PC users.

By July 29, 2014


Get The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection (Win/Mac) for free!

No strings attached, other than the need for an Origin account. This bundle includes the game and a whopping 17 add-ons.

By July 28, 2014


Lexar announces its first XQD memory cards

Photographers using the newer high-end flash memory format now have another supplier besides Sony for the cards. Also: a big, fast SDXC card for a big, fat price.

By January 7, 2013


Essential camera equipment for photography students

Whether taking a photography course for school, university or pleasure, here are some tools to make the learning experience as smooth as can be.

By January 29, 2014


Lexar announces $900 256GB SD card for pro video

Professional video buffs might be excited about Lexar's combination of speed and capacity, but the rest of us can look forward to more affordable mainstream SD cards.

By September 17, 2012


SD Card: Too bad this format won the flash-card wars

commentary The flash memory technology is inexpensive and ubiquitous, but it's also physically feeble. As it spreads up-market, pros and enthusiasts are stuck with its shortcomings.

By November 27, 2013