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Lexar 240GB 2.5" SATA III SSD for $23 at Adorama or 480GB $43

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lexar makes the best thumbdrives so looking forward to how reliable this ssd is going to be
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On August 31, 2017, the Lexar branding and trademark rights were acquired by Longsys, a Shenzen, China-based flash memory company.
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These SSD are no good. Made by a licensee in China.
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On August 31, 2017, the Lexar branding and trademark rights were acquired by Longsys, a Shenzen, China-based flash memory company.
Thank you. Will avoid
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That was my first thought also. How is the quality on these?

Call me crazy, but I want a sdd that will last three years in typical desktop use. Some of the entry level sdd are iffy at this.
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On August 31, 2017, the Lexar branding and trademark rights were acquired by Longsys, a Shenzen, China-based flash memory company.
Thanks!.

I am surprised thay lexar comes back again. Well it is not real lexar. Only the brands now.
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This has TLC. I can't find any other info on it than that. I found a review that equates their NS200 with the Crucial MX500 as two of the fastest SSDs. This thread is for the NS100.

Amazon lists alternatives further down their page. They list a Pioneer 3D NAND Internal SSD 240 GB - 2.5" / SATA 3/ 6 GB/s Solid State Drive (APS-SL3-240) for $30.49 and $31.99. The Hyumdai 240GB 3D NAND TLC is $32.

Amazon lists the Lexar's Data Transfer Rate as 520 Mb per second and the Pioneer's as 6,000 MB per second. On another page they list the Pioneer's as 520 MB per second. Note the capital "B"and lower case "b". They list the transfer rates of various SSDs on the two pages with some in bits, megabits and megabytes. The numbers they list in those denominations can't be correct.

Lexar NS100 at Adorama [adorama.com]

Adorama has an eBay presence [ebay.com]

Lexar NS100 on Amazon [amazon.com]

Pioneer 240GB APS-SL3-240 for $30.49 on Amazon [amazon.com]



bhphotovideo had the NS100 but as I typed this, it went from $23 to $25 and then DISCONTINUED.

Pioneer 256GB for $32 [amazon.com]

Staples is OOS [staples.com]

NS200 Review [tweaktown.com]
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How do you think this compares to the Inland Professional TLC 3D NAND and the Pioneer with 3D and the Hyundai with TLC 3D NAND?
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Lexar is not Micron consumer brand anymore. I would rather go with Crucial. Thanks for the post btw.
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OMG so these SSDs will send all my data to China? How? They got built-in cellular chip? Wish I can take advantage of that free cellular network Wink
Congrats, this is the dumbest comment I read today at SD.
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Congrats, this is the dumbest comment I read today at SD.
I think his joke refers to a previously known exploit...

https://www.pcmag.com/news/364262...e-spy-chip
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OMG so these SSDs will send all my data to China? How? They got built-in cellular chip? Wish I can take advantage of that free cellular network Wink
Think the biggest problem would be the warranty....
At least with a name brand you would get a refurb SSD back....
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I think his joke refers to a previously known exploit...

https://www.pcmag.com/news/364262...e-spy-chip
with his reading ability, I doubt that he realized it was a joke Wink
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