Lexar JumpDrive P20 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
The speed and performance of this flash drive are quite good, though it does vary somewhat depending on what size you choose. All three storage sizes have read speeds up to 400 MB/s with the 128GB and 64GB models have write speeds that max out at 270 MB/s, but the 64GB size only has a maximum write speed of 150 MB/s. That’s not terrible by any means, but it’s a bit slower than some other options on the market, and only three possible storage sizes doesn’t give you a ton of flexibility.
Keep in mind also that in real-world tests, this model hasn’t typically been as fast as the SanDisk Extreme Flash drives, even though it seems faster on paper. This one isn’t particularly durable and while it has 256-bit encryption, there aren’t any extra security features or waterproofing. It's a great overall option that gives you more storage than the SanDisk Extreme if you need it but typically doesn’t perform quite as fast.