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Staples: Lexar 64GB USB Flash Drive $39 Until April 10

Staples: Lexar 64GB USB Flash Drive $39
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Forum user Durango360 spotted a decent flash drive deal! Over at Staples, the Lexar 64GB S70 USB Flash Drive (White) is half price, on sale for $39. This Hi-Speed USB drive is worth the investment if you constantly have large music files, videos or photos that need to be backed up or transferred. For peace of mind, it comes pre-loaded with advanced data protection features (Secure II Software) and data encryption options, so you'll be able to store and secure your files safely when you're on the go.

The reviews at Staples.ca are favourable with an average rating of 4.4/5. This Lexar Jump Drive comes with a 2-year limited warranty. If you're interested, the offer is available online and in stores until April 10. Staples offers free shipping on online purchases over $50 (before taxes).

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    • buu.ho
    • just for the sake of discussion, I had bought 2 lexar jumpdrive s70 from walmart when it was 8gb for $8. It was slow and they both died within a month of very very light use.
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    • BD006
    • just for the sake of discussion, I had bought 2 lexar jumpdrive s70 from walmart when it was 8gb for $8. It was slow and they both died within a month of very very light use.
      Same thing happened to 2 16GB we got from Wal-Mart. Lasted about 2 weeks each.
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    • buu.ho
    • Maybe Walmart got a huge batch of defective units? Guess its YMMV

      Same thing happened to 2 16GB we got from Wal-Mart. Lasted about 2 weeks each.
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    • doduv2
    • Same thing happened to 2 16GB we got from Wal-Mart. Lasted about 2 weeks each.
      +1
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    • ceraf
    • Same thing happened to 2 16GB we got from Wal-Mart. Lasted about 2 weeks each.
      Mine's still working...and I'm using it at work pretty often. The push slider cracked after a couple months of use though.

      With the slow transfer speeds, I don't think a 64GB version is going to be very useful unless you don't mind waiting.
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    • Redscott
    • Mine's still working...and I'm using it at work pretty often. The push slider cracked after a couple months of use though.

      With the slow transfer speeds, I don't think a 64GB version is going to be very useful unless you don't mind waiting.
      +1
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    • blazed16
    • Not a bad price

      BUT

      I also bought the 8gb drive from walmart and 2 out of the 3 went bad before 45 days.The third one is not bad but its only had one transfer and is sitting in closet.
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    • toy187
    • I guess it's something to do with Walmart and USB drives as my gf once bought one of these from Walmart
      http://ncix.com/products/?sku=65561&...s&promoid=1263 (don't know if the link will work, seems very slow for me... it's a 32 gig Retail+ usb 2.0 key). Every time I tried putting more than about 10 gigs on it, it would take forever to try and copy the files and it would eventually fail. If I only tried to put a few small files on it everything was ok. From what I read on the net this is a sign of counterfeit/cheap usb key.
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    • HeavyDutyKronos
    • With the slow transfer speeds, I don't think a 64GB version is going to be very useful unless you don't mind waiting.
      Every time I tried putting more than about 10 gigs on it, it would take forever to try and copy the files and it would eventually fail. If I only tried to put a few small files on it everything was ok. From what I read on the net this is a sign of counterfeit/cheap usb key.
      Lexar S70 Benchmarked:

      Write speed: 5.48 MB/s
      Read speed: 23.68 MB/s


      No thanks!
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    • wixzard
    • Lexar USB sticks are very bad products, we bought 3 of them last December and they all died within the month. Very bad transfer speeds also.
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    • bman77
    • I have the 32gb version and it's been working great for me the entire school year (use it for computers courses).
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    • dealseeker
    • just for the sake of discussion, I had bought 2 lexar jumpdrive s70 from walmart when it was 8gb for $8. It was slow and they both died within a month of very very light use.
      I bought 4 x 8GB couple of years ago and all of them are still fine.
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    • Fantaz
    • Bestbuy is refusing to pricematch due to being a "limited quantity sale" ("While Quantities Last.")
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    • Tabooger
    • I thought Lexar products are solid? Everyone raves about the SDHC cards, guess not the same for USB sticks?
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    • PitchyDawg
    • Add $1 filler item in store to use $10 off $40 coupon.
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    • shankishek
    • Thanks OP. 2 left at mississauga Dixie and Aimco.
      Speed okay for me. I just load movies/ videos to watch at work.
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    • djemzine
    • I bought a Lexar 16GB flash drive last year in May and it failed on me last month. Not even a year.

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