Lexar C20c 64GB flash drive review – The three in one solution

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We’ve just posted the following review: Lexar C20c 64GB flash drive review – The three in one solution

Doing something new and refreshing on USB flash drives can a very difficult or very easy task, and it looks like in the case of Lexar it was easy one. The Lexar C20c USB3.1 Gen1 flash drive is a three in one flash drive that offers a lot functionality for its size, comes with good performance and a unique design. Continue reading this review to find all about the Lexar C20c 64GB USB3.1 Gen1 flash drive.

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#2

Just for the sake of completeness, you state 3.1 gen 1. Meaning this is NOT a USB 3.1 full speed drive. USB 3.1 gen 1 = USB 3! speeds


#3

Correct Gen 1 offers the same speed as USB3.

Typo is now fixed, now it should read Gen1.


#4

On the front post snippet you say

“Continue reading this review to find all about the Lexar C20c 64GB USB3.1 Gen1 flash drive”

Then on page 1 you say, gen 2. Which is it, it can’t be both.


#5

Mmm. The one instance of “3.1 gen 2” is just a typo; all other mentions of the drive being 3.1 gen 1 are correct.


#6

To me i aint going anywhere near that thing. The design is just plain aweful. a cable? really? When folder up it takes twice the real estate at the usb port it’s plugged into, and we all know how close USB ports can be together, and a loose cable plug at the end is just plain bad/annoying. I’ll pass. To me, a flashdrive is compact, perhaps with both connectors covered by a sliding mechanism or something but that’s just plain bad design right there.


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