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Lexar has come so close to getting everything right with the FireFly, but has stumbled at the performance hurdle. ... There’s no denying that the form factor, weight and design are perfect, but I just can’t recommend a high capacity memory key that takes an age to write data. quote


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Pocket-Lint Aug 28, 2006

The JumpDrive Firefly loses points for being quite pricey, with a 512MB model retailing for around £30, but Lexar does promise secure storage in a small, well-made package.

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TechRadar Jan 19, 2007

FireFly is a great little drive that allows the user to carry a backup of their data around with them with the minimum of fuss.

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TrustedReviews Oct 19, 2006

Lexar has come so close to getting everything right with the FireFly, but has stumbled at the performance hurdle. ... There’s no denying that the form factor, weight and design are perfect, but I just can’t recommend a high capacity memory key that takes an age to write data.

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