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  1. As stated above, the JumpDrive Tough is a USB 3.1 drive that Lexar states can see transfer speeds up to 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write. An example of what this means in real life would be the ability to transfer a 3GB HD video clip in under a minute. The JumpDrive Tough is backward compatible with USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, works on both Macs and PCs, comes with a 3-year warranty, and (like all Lexar products) underwent extensive testing in the Lexar Quality Labs to ensure performance, quality, compatibility, and reliability with more than 1,200 digital devices. Lexar Releases Durable JumpDrive Tough
  2. A few years ago I found that normal-speed USB 2.0 flash drives were too slow to allow me to edit photos in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom when the photos and the Lightroom catalog were being accessed from the USB flash drive. There was always a lagtime. So I bought an expensive Lexar Triton 64GB flash drive, which solved the problem. I'm in the market for a larger-capacity USB drive now that I have a camera with 24 megapixels instead of 12. What would be a good USB drive to use that would allow me to edit photos from it without any lagtime? Right now I'm considering the 128GB Lexar P20 or the Patriot SuperSonic Rage 2 256GB.
  3. The SanDisk Extreme Pro USB 3.0 128GB Flash Drive is a high-performance, as well as SanDisk’s largest capacity, USB flash drive that allows consumers to share and transfer large media files on the go. At 128GB, not only does this thumb drive have a plethora of space, it's also quoted to deliver up to an impressive 240MB/s write and 260MB/s read transfer speeds, which is roughly 60 times faster than standard USB 2.0 drives and would certainly qualify as top-in-class if the drive can deliver. SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review (128GB)
  4. The Patriot Supersonic Boost XT is an ultra-durable rubberized USB flash drive with water-resistant housing that is designed for users who want a mobile storage device that can withstand the elements Patriot Supersonic Boost XT Review
  5. The Patriot Supersonic Rage XT is an affordable flash drive for the price conscious mainstream consumer. For those who don't need the highest level of performance but still want a capable on the go flash stick, the Rage XT is a good partner. Patriot Supersonic Rage XT Review