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Score: 9.8/10  [1 review]
5 out of 5
ProdID: 6907 - Lexar JumpDrive M20i USB 3.0 flash drive
Brand: Lexar

Lexar JumpDrive M20i USB 3.0 flash drive
from $79.00
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Lexar JumpDrive M20i USB 3.0 flash drive product reviews

Easily expand the memory of your iPhone or iPad

Key Features:
    •  Expands the memory of your iPhone or iPad
    •  USB 3.0 performance (up to 95MB/s read and 20MB/s write)*
    •  Retractable 2-in-1 design with a Lightning and USB 3.0 connector
    •  Works with use of free file management app (App Store)
    •  Automatically and securely sync files
    •  No charging or battery needed, and no network required
    •  Compatible with both PC and Mac systems
    •  Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 devices
    •  Three-year limited warranty

    •  16GB (up to 95MB/s read and 10MB/s write)
    •  32GB (up to 95MB/s read and 20MB/s write)
    •  64GB (up to 95MB/s read and 20MB/s write)

With today's overflow of content - created, captured, and consumed - it's easy to run out of space on your iPhone or iPad. Now you don't need to delete your favorite photos and videos to make room for more. The Lexar JumpDrive M20i USB 3.0 flash drive expands the memory of your iOS device. No charging or battery needed, and no network required.

Save space by offloading files from your device. With both Lightning and USB 3.0 connectors, this high-speed, 2-in-1 iOS drive makes it easy to move files on the go, so you have extra space to store more of the content you crave.

Play music and videos directly from the drive. JumpDrive M20i not only makes it easy to offload and transfer files, but it also allows you to listen to your favorite songs and watch videos right from the drive.*

Easily transfer and share files between your iPhone, iPad, and computer. Use JumpDrive M20i to easily swap your playlists, photos, videos, and files between your iPhone and iPad, or to your computer.

Move files at USB 3.0 speeds. Powered by USB 3.0 performance, JumpDrive M20i provides read speeds up to 95MB/s**, so you can quickly transfer a 3GB HD video clip in less than one minute - compared to the 4 minutes it takes using a standard USB 2.0 drive.*** And for added versatility, the drive is backwards compatible with USB 2.0 devices.

Convenient portability with retractable design. JumpDrive M20i sports a thumb slide design, with a retractable connector on each end. This makes it easy to carry and means there are no caps to lose.

Automatically and securely sync your photos and video. JumpDrive M20i works with use of a free file management app on the App StoreSM.**** The app also allows you to back up files when connected. And with capacities from 16GB to 64GB, the drive lets you offload lots of content from your devices to create more room for even more.

*Files supported: Music - MP3/CAF/ACC/AIF/WAV/AIFF/M4A. Video - AVI/FLV/MP4/MOV/M4V/MKV/MPG/RM/RMVB/WMV.
**USB 3.0 connector: Up to 95MB/s read transfer, write speeds lower. Lightning connector: Up to 15MB/s read transfer, write speeds lower. Speeds based on internal testing. Actual performance may vary. x=150KB/s.
***Based on 64GB capacity. 3.2GB video, HD 1080p@30fps (46 Mbps) video.
****App required for product use.
Actual usable memory capacity may vary. 1GB equals 1 billion bytes.

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Review by: slashman (Aaron)
Dated: 10th of January, 2016

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It is small and compact, easily fits in your top pocket like a normal usb flash drive, but where it lacks in length it makes up for it in width. It is very light and made of plastic. it feels like and looks like it should be a much stronger technical device but it just has a plasticky feel. Not so much cheap but what I am trying to say is it looks better than it feels. The USB slider lock works really well. When you have retractable devices they are often not strong enough for the push in force and it pops them back in the hole when trying to insert them.

This one stays locked tight even with the firmest of USB connections. I tested the transfer rate in real world environment by transferring the Spongebob Squarepants Atlantis episode/movie over onto it. I have USB 2 and 3 so I thought I would have a quick comparison. USB 2 transferred at around 15-20mb/s once it settled down. That is pretty damn good and the rear USB 3 connection on my tower transferred at 35-40 mb/s once it settled down. That is a pretty simple test for one file so I thought I would see how it handled files in bulk.

USB 3 performed a bit worse transferring about 800 items and 800mb at a speed of 10mb/s and deletion came in at 50 items per second. USB 2 transferred at about 7 and towards the end settled on 9mb/s which was interesting. Roughly the same item deletion rates also. I am not too worried at all with this because the great thing is this memory intermediary drive is that its a massive 64jiggawatts in size! that's 64gb I mean! I don't even have a removable memory stick with that capacity!

As far as the locking goes of the slider it works a tad strangely. When USB is out the slider is locked and you have to press the slider in like a medicine bottle child lock to slide it back to the middle. When you are on the lightning edge out it just slides back in without a lock. When you are in the home position where both are retracted you need to push to slide the lightning edge out but not the USB?? So I guess if you were unlucky the USB might slide out in your pocket, but at least that it shielded, the lightning connector is not, so anything touching the pins may or may not affect the operation in time.

Lexar has an app can automatically backup your contacts and other items like photos from the iPhone or iPad to the M20i, and will also connect to Dropbox, YouTube and Vimeo. The I in the model indicates that this device is for the later model Apple products only, not the Android OS. Plugging into our iphone 6 it prompted me to install the Lexar Mobile manager then it asked me to allow various privileges. One easy click had me backing up the contacts, then the photos. 211 pics took a few minutes to back up but they are all very large images.

The Spongebob movie transferred over at about the same speed that it copied via USB and streamed from the device also. Because of the storage space you get with this device I believe it is worth every cent and it performed great. The app is a really nice cherry on the top of an otherwise well rounded product.

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