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First Look: Lexar JumpDrive Triton USB 3.0
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First Look: Lexar JumpDrive Triton USB 3.0

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

Hello. My name is (??) and today I have a sound drive to show you. This is a (??) jam drive (tripod?). This is not a (??) drive that you've seen everywhere. This is something you actually you want to have in(??) few reason. First it's made up of very shiny (??) in our case. And on top here is made up of plastics. It's also very shiny and nice and this (??) hope and this hold allow you to use the included (??) to get you a keychain as you see. It is a pretty good with my be open here. Note however the housing of the drive is sensible to scratches. You don't want to (??) it with too many keys. Now the other end is that we used we have. If you stay a closer look is has a blue color on it and that means it's support used to be a 3.0 which is much faster than used to be a 2.0. Now the drive also with (??) speed 2.0 but he want to use it with speed 3.0 and again the blue is the (??) 3.0 for example this is a card here that can add you can use with a desktop to add to use a 3.0 (do it?) notice how it has a blue (hat?).The (??) is not include by the way. This is we had here is easily retractable or extend. Now this is a very design to keep it safe. Top here the drive has only one small only light. That's only visible when lit when the area light is solid white. It means the drive is plugging and powered. When it's flashing it means some data going back and forth. Now all those things actually very nice and cool with the one mostly by the drive that makes you want to buy it. It close up here, it is one of a very few if not the only one I've seen that is not made in China instead it is a product of USA now that made up make you a better device but hey it make you feel more at home. Now the question is how much you have to pay for it now this one is close to a gig and it's about $80. If you want something of 64 gig which is the capacity that is $200. There's also another 16 gig (??) that is about $70. Now that's not cheap for for a drive offer you the good look, good function and it's made in America. I think it's worth it. Again my name is Dango and this has been (??) as a jump drive (??) from (Lexa?)

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