Every consumer electronics company raves about their quality testing, but Lexar actually published a video showing how they do it.
The clip above starts off pretty slowly (and the music doesn't help), but when you get to the special electric shock gun, the supercharged USB key oven and the weird shock press thing, it starts to get really interesting.
I finished watching the video with two thoughts in my head: Firstly, the Lexar quality testing labs would make a great location for a horror film. And secondly, Lexar need to do a follow up showing products pushed past the limits of their endurance, and film it in slow motion. What could be better than watching gadgets explode?