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Lexar Media, Inc., popularly known as Lexar, was founded in 1996 by Petro Estakhri. The company is based in Fremont, California, and it originated from one of Cirrus Logic's divisions. Lexar spun off from Cirrus Logic in 1996 and was eventually acquired by Micron Technology in 2006. The company then merged with Crucial Technology under the name Lexar Media, and also extended an agreement with Eastman Kodak Company to produce Kodak-branded flash memory products. Some of Lexar's products include SD cards, memory sticks, compact flash drives, card readers, key drives, and more.

Lexar Has New JumpDrive Products In The Pipeline

01/07/2014, [CES 2014] The folks over at Lexar have decided to deliver something interesting to the masses with a bunch of new JumpDrive products, where these will be USB 3.0 flash drives to make sure that it keeps up with the pace of technology in your notebook and...

Lexar Echo ZX hands-on

10/03/2011, You know what they say about making backups of your data – it might seem like a chore or even burdensome for most of us, but it is an essential part of your tech lifestyle. After all, digital files are nothing like hardcopies of your bank statements...

Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader

05/20/2011, Lexar has released its latest USB peripheral, the Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader, where this high-performance card reader will pave the way for professional and advanced amateur photographers and videographers to maximize their workflow...

Lexar introduces its 32GB Class 10 high-speed microSDHC card

01/06/2011, [CES 2011] Digital cameras out there are pretty useless unless you have a memory card to store the pictures in. Now Lexar has introduced its 32GB Class 10 microSDHC card that is designed for mobile devices, a card that is capable of reading data at 20MB/s...

Lexar’s SDXC memory card can store 128GB of data

01/03/2011, [CES 2011] Lexar will be unveiling their upcoming SDXC card at CES 2011 this week, and will be putting them on sale later this quarter. Targeted at professionals, Lexar’s SDXC memory cards will have capacities of 64GB and 128GB. With most consumer...

Lexar Echo SE and ZE USB flash drive

01/06/2010, [CES 2010] Lexar’s Echo SE USB flash drives help preserve data within your machine, where it is capable of performing automatic backup and transfer of all your work files. It can hit read speeds of up to 28MB/s and write speeds up to 10MB/s....

Lexar JumpDrive SAFE S3000 FIPS review

10/08/2009, There are USB flash drives, and then there are USB flash drives. We recently got our hands on the Lexar JumpDrive SAFE FIPS certified USB flash drive and have taken it out for a spin. Don’t think that all USB flash drives are alike – some of...