Lexar S33 Jumpdrive 32GB review – A swiveling USB3 drive

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#1

We’ve just posted the following review: Lexar S33 Jumpdrive 32GB review – A swiveling USB3 drive[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2012/07/122logo.png[/newsimage]

Myce is proud to present a full review on the Lexar S33 Jumpdrive. The Lexar S33 continues the colorful tradition, but this time Lexar has added a swivel function to the S33. So lets find out how the Lexar S33 32GB jumpdrive performs.

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#2

NIce review, but maybe to much tests for an USB-stick :wink:

Nice to see there are still sticks around with an activity-LED


#3

[QUOTE=Wischmop;2710532]NIce review, but maybe to much tests for an USB-stick :wink:

Nice to see there are still sticks around with an activity-LED[/QUOTE]

Thank you Wischmop, this time all the extra tests were needed, and hopefully in my next review I will have only the usual tests.

The only problem that I can find with newer flash drives is that that LED is getting smaller and harder to see.


#4

I have some sticks without LEDs :frowning:

It sucks, I want to see if the drive do something or not


#5

great review! thanks for the insight!


#6

I have the 16GB version of that Stick, but it only gets 40/15 MB/s.
Thats far away of the 100/30 MB/s. :-/


#7

[QUOTE=VelleX;2713487]I have the 16GB version of that Stick, but it only gets 40/15 MB/s.
Thats far away of the 100/30 MB/s. :-/[/QUOTE]

I also had very limited write speeds on my test drive. It wasnt able to reach it’s maximum speed of 50MB/Sec, and it only reached a maximum write speed up to 36MB/Sec but 15MB/Sec is very slow, the 8Gb should reach this speeds.

Other than that, the drive works just fine.


#8

You get what you pay for, buy a Lexar P10 , its faster than your SSD LOL.