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A green LED on the end of the JumpDrive Sport blinks frantically during transfers, but the drive had no problems communicating with our PC. We were able to transfer files back and forth easily. If you want to get a bit more out of the drive, you can also buy Lexar's nifty $75 JumpGear MP3, which turns your JumpDrive Sport into an MP3 player. The JumpDrive Sport does not include any extras or a driver disc, but Windows 98 users can find the necessary driver software on Lexar's Web site.
This drive is currently available in capacities ranging from 128MB to 512MB. The 128MB model we tested costs about $50, or 39 cents per megabyte, which is about average.
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