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32GB USB Memory Stick - Asda £37.00 (or £41.95 inc del)

£37.00 @ George (Asda George)
I realise this has been posted before but the price is lower now. - Cheapest I could find for one of this size especially if you can get it in-store! This USB stick has a massive 32GB worth of sto… Read More
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8y, 1w agoFound 8 years, 1 week ago
I realise this has been posted before but the price is lower now. - Cheapest I could find for one of this size especially if you can get it in-store!

This USB stick has a massive 32GB worth of storage. Bearing in mind a lot of entry level spec laptops only have 80GB it shows just how advanced this product is. It can hold the equivalent of 13056 pictures (dependent on megapixel) or up to 512 hours of music. It is also USB 2.0 which allows much higher speeds than the previous 1.1. Finally this product comes with a 5 year warranty for peace of mind.
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#1
#2
32GB? Sweet jesus.
#3
dxx
32GB? Sweet jesus.


or 64Gb if you need that much storage .... http://www.ebuyer.com/product/159307
#4
[FONT="Verdana"]An offshore colleague of mine from offshore recommends it for hosting 'personal entertainment files'! :-D

Seriously though that's a not bad deal though for getting from Asda - you could use it for multiple backups and if you need to encrypt it, you can use TrueCrypt in portable mode to either encrypt the entire USB stick or create a secure volume on it.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#5
I got one of these a few months ago - it's fantastic!
Not the fastest stick in the world, but plenty enough for me.
#6
This was down to £32 when i posted it.

So average.
#7
dxx
32GB? Sweet jesus.


You should see what they have in store for the next 2yrs.
They have published their 'road map' (showing what they expect to market in the next 2yrs).

2tb.

Coupled with a data transfer speed of 300mbps (6 times faster than Blu-ray!).

Obviously it'll be expensive to start with but just as has been happening with the 'ordinary' current 'big' flash drives (4gb, 8gb, 16gb, 32gb and 64gb) they'll just get cheaper and cheaper until they're silly cheap money.
#8
Gixxerman001
You should see what they have in store for the next 2yrs.
They have published their 'road map' (showing what they expect to market in the next 2yrs).

2tb.

Coupled with a data transfer speed of 300mbps (6 times faster than Blu-ray!).

Obviously it'll be expensive to start with but just as has been happening with the 'ordinary' current 'big' flash drives (4gb, 8gb, 16gb, 32gb and 64gb) they'll just get cheaper and cheaper until they're silly cheap money.


Yeah they are in the process of making SDXC card (same size as an SD or SDHC cards) but with 2tb of data, insane, and perfect for netbooks or even full computers! no need for a hard drive or an SSD when you can get all the storage you will ever need on a 3cm/2cm square!:-D:-D

Oh and a further note, it is rumoured that the SDXC cards will work in an SDHC slot, but without the added speed, ah well.
#9
If you're getting one delivered you could save a couple of quid at play.com -

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/8777735/Intenso-Business-Line-32GB-Flash-Drive/Product.html
#10
I got one of these when there were £32, a couple of months back.

Great device but I am pretty dubious of its storage space. Around the 15/20gig mark I usually get messages saying 'Destination Drive is full or write protected'.
End up having to delete some things off or formatting the drive.......anyone else had those problems?!
#11
Good deal.

Personally this would be perfect for storing nicely converted HD files on so I can just plug it into my PS3 and get the full benefit of DTS and 24fps playback!

I'm not surprised storage is being looked at so closely, what with Virgin offering around 100-150mpbs services next year, storage is the going to start becoming the bottleneck for once!
#12
Edit (will get cheaper)
#13
Gustav19
I got one of these when there were £32, a couple of months back.

Great device but I am pretty dubious of its storage space. Around the 15/20gig mark I usually get messages saying 'Destination Drive is full or write protected'.
End up having to delete some things off or formatting the drive.......anyone else had those problems?!


you have formatted it to NTFS I assume? :thumbsup:
#14
dontasciime
LOL @ skippy 24fps and the speed of the 32 gig pen.


Did I miss something? Who is skippy?

I've been on the lookout for a high capacity flash stick, but I'd like to see some transfer speeds, can't cope with ridiculously slow speeds with this much storage space.
#15
toonarmani
you have formatted it to NTFS I assume? :thumbsup:


why would that make a difference
#16
I bought one at £32 a month ago.
Unfortunately it broke whilst using. Drive was recognised, but could not be read.
Asda were happy to replace, though.
#17
toonarmani:
you have formatted it to NTFS I assume?


No I haven't but would that help?
The drive is ace for playing HDTV files (once converted) on PS3 though....
#18
It would only help if you were copying files of over 4GB to it...as FAT32 doesn't support them.

But don't do that, as then your PS3 won't recognize it!

Good to hear it works fine with the PS3 and HD files..
#19
axum
It would only help if you were copying files of over 4GB to it...as FAT32 doesn't support them.

But don't do that, as then your PS3 won't recognize it!

Good to hear it works fine with the PS3 and HD files..


One of the main points I raised in the WD TV thread :thumbsup:


still a little bit pricy, paid £15 for the 16GB Sandisk cruzer from play, so hopefully this 32gb would come down a bit soon.
#20
You can use mkv2vob to convert largers files into 4gb bites so FAT32 will handle them
#21
Gustav19
You can use mkv2vob to convert largers files into 4gb bites so FAT32 will handle them


another point I raised in the WD TV thread :thumbsup:

hassle hassle of demux, remux, convert, splits, etc etc.
#22
Gustav19
No I haven't but would that help?
The drive is ace for playing HDTV files (once converted) on PS3 though....


No it will not help and ntfs has got nothing to do with why you have 15/20 gig on a 32 gig pen.

you always lose some space as hardware and operating system/ file system [meg] are not the same 1000,1024 multiply the 24 and minus and you end up with a loss but not 20 gig from a 32 gig LOL no matter if its fat / fat32/ ntfs etc

It's either broken or a fake or a broken fake if you only get 15 gig storage
#23
@Gustav19, yeah i know, i use mkv2vob extensively, you can't even contemplate NTFS though if you're using this for the PS3 hence why posted my reply. Have you tried this USB stick with mkv files converted to AVCHD format, giving DTS & 24fps, does it handle them ok ?

@No1_Dave....yeah yeah, blah blah ;) - i've already made my point, no hassle for me really mkv2vob does everything for me, just drag and drop, and i already own a PS3 so don't need another media streamer.
banned#24
Gustav19
I got one of these when there were £32, a couple of months back.

Great device but I am pretty dubious of its storage space. Around the 15/20gig mark I usually get messages saying 'Destination Drive is full or write protected'.
End up having to delete some things off or formatting the drive.......anyone else had those problems?!


If using with windows, it sometimes allocates space for the recycle bin.
#25
jsoap1
If using with windows, it sometimes allocates space for the recycle bin.



with crppy software - norton protected recycle bin
#26
Gustav19
I got one of these when there were £32, a couple of months back.

Great device but I am pretty dubious of its storage space. Around the 15/20gig mark I usually get messages saying 'Destination Drive is full or write protected'.
End up having to delete some things off or formatting the drive.......anyone else had those problems?!



Issue may be too many files in the root of the drive - there is a limit to the number of files you can have

Try creating a folder and putting files there

Solved a problem I was having
#28
Good find
#29
Impressive, with the number of usb div x devices around this is great for convenience.
#30

I'm sure the 128GB will go on there fine enough.
Just have fun getting readable files back from it :whistling: .

That's a dodgy site (I don't trust ANY sites that have no genuine contact details). You'll probably find that drive has a hacked firmware and the true size of the drive is likely to be 4GB or less.

I've actually ordered myself one of these drives from asda. The one I posted from play just isn't the same quality.
#31
Anyone know which stores these are available in? Couldn''t get one in Forest Town (Mansfield) yesterday.
#32
Despite everything mine still seems to 'fill up' around the 16gb mark.
Does anyone have any of the original packing regarding the warrenty for who to contact?
#33
£39.50 now

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