Sale prices for thumb drives are so frequent that it just doesn’t make sense to pay full price. Today is another case in point, with Amazon selling a 128GB Lexar JumpDrive S47 for $16.19, down—way down—from its usual $30 price tag.
This low-profile thumb drive sidles right up to your laptop’s chassis, making for a seamless connection. Because you can plug it in and leave it there, this Lexar drive is an easy way to add extra storage to a laptop, particularly if you're looking to upgrade a cheap Windows 10 laptop that's saddled with a puny SSD.
Lexar says this thumb drive supports read speeds up to 250 megabytes per second over a USB 3.1 Gen 1 connection. Also included is encryption software that can lock down your documents with 256-bit AES encryption.
Whether you need extra storage for your laptop, a desktop PC, or a portable device, today is an excellent day to pick up a decent-sized thumb drive on the cheap.