Expired: Just $9.99 (75% off) Lexar JumpDrive 64GB Flash Drive

$ 9.99
Office Depot and Office Max offers Lexar JumpDrive 64GB Flash Drive on sale from $39.99 to $9.99 which saves you $30 of the regular price. It is equipped with EncryptStick Lite software with 256-bit AES ...

It can read speeds up to 150MB/s and write speeds up to 60MB/s.

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