Lexar Memory Flash Sale! Up To 81% OFF!


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The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge now include a micro sdcard slot. More than likely we will see the same from HTC on the HTC 10, and whatever Motorola puts out later this year. If you have a new device that utilizes an sdcrad slot you will want to grab some memory. Lexar is currently having a flash sale you can save up to 81%. You will want to jump on this quickly as it is only good for today.

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How is the reliability of lexar?
id check out the reviews. Amazon reviews are pretty telling.
How is the reliability of lexar?
I've had a 32gb SD card in my DSLR for over 2 years now without a hitch. Sure, its not a micro SD card but same company. Most of these things come from the same manufacturer. If I hadn't already bought 5 micro SD cards in the last 2 months, I'd buy the 64gb for $20. But my Raspberry Pis are all full on cards so I'm going to have to pass this deal up.
I was more so looking at the jump drive. I have zero use for SDcards. I have a bunch in a box around here somewhere.
If you can deal with $10 more, grab Amazon.com: PNY Turbo 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - P-FD128TBOP-GE: Computers & Accessories Thats the one I have and its fast as hell and has been very reliable for me. I always forget the thing in my pocket and it goes through the washer and dryer time and time again. I'd recommend it to anyone
Have it. was looking to buy a couple for clients so I can give them one of all their stuff backed up.

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I had a Lexar memory card from the SmartMedia card days--my Olympus digital camera used those. No problems at all with it.

Can't say that for my one Crucial MX100 SSD though. Keeps going screwy on me. The other Crucial SSD in my laptop is still going strong though. I think they all have good and bad products (or vintages).

I have a little RavPower portable hotspot/media streamer I could use a 128GB SD card for, though. Cool little device. I had three users streaming the new Star Wars in 720p quality on an airplane at the same time and it worked without a hitch.
Crucial has horrible SSD. I've seen a lot of RMAs for them. Samsung had an issue that was software related.
I had a Sandisk SSD die completely on me in the laptop. The replacement seems OK but I only use it on the Wii U console now.