LaCie's 'XtremKey USB 3.0' Flash Drive is Nearly Indestructible

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vrmlbasic

This makes my Corsair Survivor 3.0 seem wimpy :(

Are there benchmarks on the read speed? My Corsair survivor, for example, pegs at 80 MB/sec read (which it was marketed at), and I'm having difficulty believing that this drive could approach a speed almost 4x that.

If it did, I'd be impressed.

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Nixon

I thought it was a bullet for a second.

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srmak

I think what you meant to say was...

"For a second, I thought it was a bullet."

Otherwise, your comment indicates that you thought the object was a bullet for a time period of just one second, and then after that one second, the object turned into something other than a bullet.

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vrmlbasic

You mean to tell me that it _didn't_??

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cmasupra

Showdown between LaCie XtremKey and Corsair Survivor, now!

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srmak

Sure, you can deep-fry it - so what? But the REAL question is...

Will it blend?

http://www.willitblend.com/

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Granite

Can you microwave it?

LOL!!

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Andrew.Hodge

I've got to wonder who really needs things like this. I may be hard on the stuff I own, but I've still got my old jump drive from four years ago that has been stomped, dissected, burned, submerged, and bitten. It still works like the day I got it. The level that this thing is protected is absurd. Who knows, though. I may just get it for the cool factor.

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