32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive plus 5 year warranty £19.99 @7Dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Very cheap 32gb USB with 5 year warranty
No actual picture but judging by all the other 7dayshop brand USBs it will look like the one on the picture shown

The same is available on Ebay for £ 7.84. May be useful for someboday.

Please find the link: http://****.co.uk/7dayshop-Swivel-USB-2-0-Flash-Key-Drive-32GB-Black-/260705712333?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3cb34578cd
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2 Likes #1
Wow, CHEAP
#2
Gonna get hot in here!!!!!!!!
#3
Great deal, heat added!
#4
superb hot hot hot
#5
You gotta be kidding me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#6
Just placed order - £8 more expensive than the 16Gb version !!
#7
Inferno way!

Hot.
2 Likes #8
save a few pennies and go through topcashback or quidco
#9
Smmmmmokinnnn 8)
2 Likes #10
Christ on a bike!
#11
yabba dabba doooooo, must not buy! must not buy! click click oh blast £19.99 less in the bank account
#12
Sloooow...
#13
SteveM79
Christ on a bike!


Yes, bike ... not car. Its slowwwwww


- Nice rubber feel
- Quality swivel action
- Red LED on Light
- Keyring attachable
- Write Speed Up To: 6 MB/s
- Read Speed Up To: 15 MB/s


Edited By: Cyrus on Dec 06, 2010 20:38
#14
Hot at this price. slow or not
#15
Although cheap, read and write speed is mega slow.
4 Likes #16
coathanger
Sloooow...


Will take 1 to 2 hours to fill this up, although a good price for such a small device. If its just storage your after you can get 120GB external USB drives (2.5") for £25 from eBuyer that will be much faster.

Your paying a premium here for size.
#17
Cyrus
SteveM79
Christ on a bike!


Yes, bike ... not car. Its slowwwwww


- Nice rubber feel
- Quality swivel action
- Red LED on Light
- Keyring attachable
- Write Speed Up To: 6 MB/s
- Read Speed Up To: 15 MB/s


Perfect for backup storage, Will keep lots of info, speed is not always everything!
#18
Thanks op ordered
#19
brilliant heat added
#20
Voted hot

It is a Class 6 flash drive, so I don't quite understand the slow criticism.
#21
Cyrus

- Write Speed Up To: 6 MB/s
- Read Speed Up To: 15 MB/s



probably why the OP missed them out of the description (_;)
#22
I prefer memory sticks of a decent speed, but even I could be persuaded at this price!
Heated
#23
moorjock
Cyrus
SteveM79
Christ on a bike!


Yes, bike ... not car. Its slowwwwww


- Nice rubber feel
- Quality swivel action
- Red LED on Light
- Keyring attachable
- Write Speed Up To: 6 MB/s
- Read Speed Up To: 15 MB/s


Perfect for backup storage, Will keep lots of info, speed is not always everything!


Actually it will take about 91minutes (32GB * 1024 MB / 6 MB per sec) if is writing at the top speed. In practice it will be like 2-3 hours at least. Snail drive!
2 Likes #24
Don't really understand the 'slow' comments on every USB drives ... you guys must always be in a rush to be somewhere!
#25
ra2000
Voted hot

It is a Class 6 flash drive, so I don't quite understand the slow criticism.


You don't get 'Class' specification with flash memory of this kind. There is no guaranteed minimum speed.
#26
anti5580
Don't really understand the 'slow' comments on every USB drives ... you guys must always be in a rush to be somewhere!

Agreed. Speed is not important for many of us, especially if it saves a few quid!
#27
Don't really understand the 'slow' comments on every USB drives ... you guys must always be in a rush to be somewhere!

In practice it will be like 2-3 hours at least

If I want to take a movie from my PC and watch it on the TV, I don't want to wait for 20 minutes while it copies!
I would use the drive in this post for backups only
#28
I have the 16gb version and it is very slow.
So slow I don't use it very often.
#29
I'm not going to risk it, the last one I bought (16gb) had 1.5gb of bad sectors and the usb connector pushed into the rubber the first time I plugged it in...
1 Like #30
RLP06
I'm not going to risk it, the last one I bought (16gb) had 1.5gb of bad sectors and the usb connector pushed into the rubber the first time I plugged it in...


exact same thing here,must have got a bad batch.
1 Like #31
Christ on a tortoise! (still hot) lol
#32
slow or not !! £20 cant get you sh*t now days... proberly just about half a tank of fuel !!! & Thats a fact

Speeds not always everything I mean after all 32GB is alot & will do the job
#33
heat from me ! Good find
#34
slightly off topic here but would a external usb 120gb hd work on my usb port in the car for playing music?
2 Likes #35
ra2000
Voted hot

It is a Class 6 flash drive, so I don't quite understand the slow criticism.



No, this isn't a class 6 drive. Class 6 means min. 6Mb/s, this drive is up to 6Mb/s, Class 4 is min. 4Mb/s and class 2 is min. 2Mb/s, this drive is class 2, as the maximum write speed is under 4Mb/s.

I've got a smaller capacity version of this drive (same speed though) and tested with Atto Disk Benchmark, it gives a maximum write speed of 3.8Mb/s and a maximum read speed of a little over 10Mb/s.

That's not disastrously slow, but its far from fast. Still very good value at this price, but not good if you really need speed....


http://img408.imageshack.us/img408/3573/7dayshop4gbusbdrive.jpg




Edited By: andyken on Dec 06, 2010 22:08: .
3 Likes #36
I posted this because its a good price and personally i dont really look at speed when buying a usb. It gets the job done and the price is a steal
#37
spencerslide - it probably would do, however you would need to secure it. remember the external drive would be a disk, so there is a higher risk of breaking it.

i think its hot for what you get, as long as you are aware of what you are getting. iv never seen a 32gb this cheap, slow or not.


Edited By: jw13 on Dec 06, 2010 22:00
#38
As this drive is slow, would it be no good to install linux on? I know flash media have limited read/write actions but would like to have another go with linux and not much space left on other HDs
#39
icbtihk - i would recomend getting a external hard drive (disk drive), this is going to be considerably too slow for running an OS on it, although i dont have much experiance with lynux.
#40
Nice one

Have some heat :p

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