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32GB USB Flash Drive - Now £26.99 @ The Hut

£26.99 @ The Hut
plus any codes + cashback So Small, Its Huge - Exceptionally compact design means USB Memory is able to deliver smaller, more stylish, and more powerful digital devices for the future. Its powerful …
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So Small, Its Huge - Exceptionally compact design means USB Memory is able to deliver smaller, more stylish, and more powerful digital devices for the future. Its powerful for amazing memory capacity now, and increased memory capacity in the future. Its durable, making it a media you can trust with your most valuable data. And its versatile, for unprecedented device flexibility.

USB 2.0 - Universial Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 is a complete overhaul of the Universal Serial Bus input/output bus protocol which allows much higher speeds than the older USB 1.1 standard
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#1
This has been available for months now at £19.99 delivered

So voted cold for your deal!

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=110632
#2
crazylegs
This has been available for months now at £19.99 delivered

So voted cold for your deal!

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=110632
sorry you lost me how is this the same drive?
p.s the drive you mention has had some bad feedback from here on hukd


Edited By: shadow1 on Apr 03, 2011 12:52
#3
This is still unbranded though, the fact there are no reviews for the drive does not mean its any better than the one from 7dayshop, I'll hold judgement till I see some user feedback ;)
#4
* Write Speed: Up to 12MB/s
* Read Speed: Up to 30MB/s.

Not too bad . . .
Not voted
#5
Why do people buy these? You can easily get a portable USB powered hard drive for around the same price
#6
saturn118
Why do people buy these? You can easily get a portable USB powered hard drive for around the same price

If you drop one of these it doesn't break like a usb hard drive, usb sticks are smaller as well! theres so many reasons these are better
#7
I don't think USB flash drives are any better than portable HDDs when it comes to wear and tear.

I've seen many more broken USB flash drives. No reason, just die a death.

And unbranded is madness as you could be buying any old rubbish.
#8
Why does it say Capacity:2GB in the specs?
#9
Fujioka
I don't think USB flash drives are any better than portable HDDs when it comes to wear and tear.

I've seen many more broken USB flash drives. No reason, just die a death.

And unbranded is madness as you could be buying any old rubbish.


my usb flash drives (cheapo kingston 16gb datatravellers that were a fiver each ) have been left in my pocket and been thru the washing machine and work just fine let me know a external hdd that does that :)


Edited By: mattmerch on Apr 03, 2011 17:57
#10
Not bad
#11
mattmerch
Fujioka
I don't think USB flash drives are any better than portable HDDs when it comes to wear and tear.

I've seen many more broken USB flash drives. No reason, just die a death.

And unbranded is madness as you could be buying any old rubbish.
cheapo kingston 16gb datatravellers that were a fiver each

£5 for kingston 16gb usb drive....where from ?
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Why has this turned into a pointless argument over flash v HDD?!?! They are both TOTALLY different formats and each has its uses. I have a works flash drive which I carry around with me all day. It fits nicely into my pocket and I never know its there.... would not be the same if I had a 2.5" HDD in my pocket!!! Conversly, I have a 500Gb HDD for my media player, I would never consider replacing that with a flash drive.

Horses for courses, the only negative to this deal is the lack of knowledge on the brand (i.e. reliability).
#13
frakison
Why has this turned into a pointless argument over flash v HDD?!?! They are both TOTALLY different formats and each has its uses. I have a works flash drive which I carry around with me all day. It fits nicely into my pocket and I never know its there.... would not be the same if I had a 2.5" HDD in my pocket!!! Conversly, I have a 500Gb HDD for my media player, I would never consider replacing that with a flash drive.

Horses for courses, the only negative to this deal is the lack of knowledge on the brand (i.e. reliability).


exactly different storage media for different purposes chalk and cheese
#14
mattmerch
Fujioka
I don't think USB flash drives are any better than portable HDDs when it comes to wear and tear.

I've seen many more broken USB flash drives. No reason, just die a death.

And unbranded is madness as you could be buying any old rubbish.

my usb flash drives (cheapo kingston 16gb datatravellers that were a fiver each ) have been left in my pocket and been thru the washing machine and work just fine let me know a external hdd that does that :)

I also bought one of those from Clas Ohlson for £5, it's been in constant use ever since and it's flawless. I keep hoping that Clas Ohlson will repeat the offer.
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