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The JumpDrive Traveler comes loaded with Lexar's robust and easy-to-use Traveler software suite. The suite includes an application that lets you use Internet Explorer while preventing cookies and other data from landing on your hard drive. There is also a portable version of Outlook Express and a utility that lets you easily synchronize files between the JumpDrive Traveler and a PC. The one thing the drive lacks is a password-protection feature.
The JumpDrive Traveler is currently available in capacities ranging from 128MB to 512MB; the 128MB model costs about $60, or approximately 47 cents per megabyte, which is slightly more expensive than average.
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