32Gb Transcend JetFlash 500 USB 2.0 Flash Memory Pen / Key Drive £25.99 delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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I know this is not as cheap as the 32Gb 7dayshop own brand USB drive, posted a couple of days ago, but this is a much faster (and probably more reliable) branded product for only a few pounds more and comes with a lifetime manufacturer's warranty.

Read speed: 21Mb/s.
Write speed: 10Mb/s.

http://www.transcendusa.com/Products/ModDetail.asp?ModNo=274

Losing USB end caps can be quite annoying, not to mention the inconvenience of taking the cap on and off every time the drive is used. For extra convenience and protection, the JetFlash 500 flash drive is designed with an innovative extension and retraction mechanism that enables users to bring out or hide the connector with a single flick of the thumb. Its capless design not only keeps dust and debris out of the drive, but also ensures there is no cap to misplace or lose.

Thanks to its use of ultrasonic welding technology, the JetFlash 500 drive’s inseparable outer case not only makes the drive more solid and rugged, but also improves its tactile and visual appeal. The JetFlash 500 is a USB flash drive you will want to take out of your pocket and show off to your friends.

- Capless design with a sliding USB connector
- Fully compatible with USB 2.0
- Easy plug and play installation
- USB powered. No external power or battery needed
- Offers a free download of JetFlash Elite data management tools
- Limited Lifetime warranty
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#1
Seem to be better deals on these 32GB drives, hopefully they'll be sub £20 (branded) soon.
#2
Tom Pickering
Seem to be better deals on these 32GB drives, hopefully they'll be sub £20 (branded) soon.

Won't buy one until they're down to about £15
Don't need one, so can wait.
Decent deal certainly.
But these and the SDHC and micro sd cards are slowly and reluctantly beginning to fall to levels where you are willing to pay. None are quite there yet though. Least of all the 32gb ones.
#3
Great! hot!
#4
Very nice but I'd rather pay an extra £10 for the 600 model which is much faster.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002WE6CN6/ref=nosim/?tag=hotukdeals-21
#5
Guys lets remember this is a solid state hard drive and has no moving bits. If you wanted a SSD fro your computer ive seen them for over £60!!!! Definitley a good deal and a great find. Keep it up
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Rupz
Guys lets remember this is a solid state hard drive and has no moving bits. If you wanted a SSD fro your computer ive seen them for over £60!!!! Definitley a good deal and a great find. Keep it up


The 2.5" SSDs for use in computers/laptops are minimum 60GB, up to 512GB at the high end. This isn't really the same kind of product as it's only for external storage.

Edited By: simon50 on Dec 08, 2010 16:10
#7
simon50
Rupz
Guys lets remember this is a solid state hard drive and has no moving bits. If you wanted a SSD fro your computer ive seen them for over £60!!!! Definitley a good deal and a great find. Keep it up


The 2.5" SSDs for use in computers/laptops are minimum 60GB, up to 512GB at the high end. This isn't really the same kind of product as it's only for external storage.


And SSDs are much faster
#8
simon50
Rupz
Guys lets remember this is a solid state hard drive and has no moving bits. If you wanted a SSD fro your computer ive seen them for over £60!!!! Definitley a good deal and a great find. Keep it up

The 2.5" SSDs for use in computers/laptops are minimum 60GB, up to 512GB at the high end. This isn't really the same kind of product as it's only for external storage.

Nope, I've seen SSD's in computers as small as 4GB. Many of the earlier netbooks had 4 or 8GB flash drives in. The main difference between the internal flash drives is that they are much much faster. One inside my computer has: 285 MBps (read) / 275 MBps (write) which is significantly faster than any usb drive.
#9
I think people are missing the point here. SSD's are irrelevant. It's not the media, it's the communication speed. USB 2 can only go at 480Mb/s, which is 60MB/s. SSD drives are internal, so they can use faster interfaces, such as SATA and PCIe. I think they've got to 6Gb/s or 768MB/s atm. If speed is a concern, wait for USB 3 to catch on!

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