Lexar JumpDrive Triton 32GB review
The JumpDrive Triton 32GB is a well-built flash drive with a huge 32GB capacity. It has a metal base and a glossy plastic top, and a sliding mechanism means you can slide the USB connector out of the way to protect it when not in use.
The drive is a USB3 model, but works fine with USB2 sockets. In fact, the results in our speed tests were identical whether the drive was plugged into USB2 or USB3, showing the drive's flash memory isn't quick enough to max out the USB2 bus. The drive was extremely quick at reading and writing large files, managing 31MB/s and 25MB/s, but only average with small files, reading at 12.9MB/s and writing at 5.1MB/s.
It's a quick, well-made drive, but it's around £35 more expensive than branded 32GB drives from Corsair and Sandisk.
This is one of the fastest USB3 flash drives on the market and you said "speed tests were identical whether the drive was plugged into USB2 or USB3". Obviously you never actually plugged it into a USB3 port as it is capable of 150MB+ both read and write. Just go check other reviews to find out the contrast between the truth and your review. :(
By lazynooblet on 16 Feb 2013
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