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3.0 out of 5 stars Lexar S73 32GB USB3 JumpDrive, 15 Nov. 2012
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Quite striking colour-wise. Not exactly garish but getting close.

Out performs the 64GB SSK USB3 flash drive: writing to flash ( 28MBytes/sec compared to only 18MB/s with the SSK ) .
The read speeds are very similar ( 45to48 MB/s ) . [h2testw1.4]
But these are much lower speeds than I get from my USB3 hard drives.

Plugged into either a Technisat HDFV or HDFS it passes speed tests & functions effectively for television HD recording.

The activity LED is either great or awful depending on your perspective. It is bright enough to light up my bedroom when recording TV progs in these dark evening. Of course you could always paint or stick some dark tape over it...

Tested on a 2011 usb3-equipped i7 Win7 64bit home premium laptop


SSK 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive. Memory Stick, upto 100MB/S Transfer rate . Stylish Retractable Design
SSK 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive. Memory Stick, upto 100MB/S Transfer rate . Stylish Retractable Design

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars SSK 64GB USB3 flash drive, 15 Nov. 2012
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Looks fairly nice ( for the money ) not ultra-plasticky.

Just wanted to let other shoppers know the speeds I was getting with this device. Less than I hoped for but it is functioning.

h2testw1.4 gave results of
eighteen MBytes per second for write & forty-five MB/s for read. The write performance is far below the Lexar s73 32GB usb3 flash drive I bought last week ( its write was just shy of 30MB/s and read performance was in the high 40s ) .

Seems to currently work as a tv HD recording stick in my Technisat HDFS & also with the HDFV ( freeviewHD ) box.
Passes speed tests & functions ( rec/play ) on both units.

Reading other reviews I am most concerned about its longevity. Hope it still works in a year.

BTW I used a 2011 i7 £1k laptop to test with.


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