Tag Archives: Lexar

Lexar SL100 Portable SSD Review (1TB)

So we have been on a bit of a roll with Lexar products for the last week or so, and that is a good thing.  For those not familiar with Lexar, they had a very strong presence in the media storage world, originally a Micron company but sold to Longsys of China back in August of 2017.  This of course …

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Lexar 1TB Professional SDXC Review – Another First for Lexar

A few days back, we did a review on the first 1TB microSD card to make it outside of manufacturers test facilities and the only negative of that review was that we couldn’t tell you when it would be available, or the cost.  That was the Lexar 1TB High-Professional microSDXC which is the smallest 1TB storage drive in the industry …

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Lexar Announces Professional SL100 Pro Portable SSD — World’s Fastest 1TB Portable SSD with USB 3.1 Type-C Connection

Lexar is announcing the new Lexar­ Professional SL100 Pro Portable SSD, which is currently the world’s fastest 1TB portable SSD, delivering up to 950MB/s reads and up to 900MB/s writes.  The SL100 Pro features an aesthetically pleasing brushed aluminum housing that is drop-, shock-, and vibration-resistant. The SL100 Pro’s slim size allows it to fit easily into a pocket or …

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Lexar Announces New Family of M.2 SSDs — CES 2019 Update

Lexar is announcing the NM Series of M.2 SSDs, their newest addition to their internal SSD lineup.  The M.2 NM series offers a traditional SATA III (6Gb/s) model (NM200), as well as three PCIe NVMe models (NM500, NM520, NM600) for both entry-level users as well as enthusiasts, gamers and content creators. The NM200 SATA III (6Gb/s) model is designed in …

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Lexar 128GB Professional 1066x CompactFlash Card Review

Perhaps the single thing that really disturbs me is the fact that cameras have not kept up with the advances of storage performance.  Where capabilities exist to very easily incorporate hardware into a DSLR that enables the movement of data at speed of over 500MB/s, we are still left with data transfer rates that hamper continuous shooting scenarios significantly.  Ok …

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