CES 2010: Lexar announces two new drives designed as compact drives with big storage capacity. The Lexar Echo SE is the smallest Lexar drive yet at just 20.1mm x 15.1mm. It looks much like a USB dongle, but with the flash memory stored inside the USB connector. Lexar understands with the larger capacities, these little […]
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Until June 4, 2007 you can get the mini Lexar 2GB JumpDrive FireFly for only $15. Actually, you can get it for $5 if you have never used Google Checkout and sign up for this purchase. Not bad for 2GBs and Lexar is an award winning flash drive manufacturer so you’re not going wrong with […]
We’ve seen the capacity meter before from Lexar and they’ve now officially introduces the capacity meter technology to the Secure II USB flash drive line. The load meter doesn’t require connection to display the amount of storage left, it doesn’t require firmware and isn’t OS specific. It’s a standalone technology to communicate one simple thing […]
Yesterday Lexar announced their full line of USB flash drives are Windows Vista Readyboost compliant. I’m starting to believe that being Readyboost compliant should be a standard for any flash drive. Then again, the specification from Windows is very general that any additional flash memory can be flagged for use with Readyboost. None the less, […]
Lexar announced their new Lexar JumpDrive 360 USB Flash Drive at the 2007 CES show. The new style is a capless design and encased in a rotating metal jacket you flip out before use – kinda like a switch blade. All Lexar drives will now ship with BitLocker Drive encryption software and Windows PE 2.0 […]
Peripheral and storage device maker Lexar, in conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Product and Safety Commission, has issued a voluntary recall of some 66,000 Lexar FireFly and 1 GB Secure II USB flash drives because the units could overheat and present a risk of burn, fire, or injury.