Thanks to its stellar performance and nifty design, the Lexar JumpDrive Triton is more than worth its relatively high price tag.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Lexar is the second memory card manufacturer to release XQD cards for high-end digital cameras, meaning the format is here to stay.
The high-end but nascent memory card format gets a big boost from one of the major manufacturers of flash cards. Also: a fix is in for Lexar's USB 3.0 reader on new Macs.
The JumpDrive Mercury provides a handy feature we have yet to see on a thumbdrive: an external capacity meter that lets you know at a glance how much space is left on your drive.
CNET Editor Dong Ngo reviews the JumpDrive Triton USB 3.0-based thumbdrive. For fans of jumping to the point: it's great.
Thanks to its stellar performance and nifty design, the Lexar JumpDrive Triton thumb drive is more than worth its relatively high price tag