8GB PlayDrive High Speed USB Flash Drive From Play.com (Black) Free Delivery - HotUKDeals
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* Hi-Speed USB 2.0
* Shock proof
* Water resistant
* Rubberised casing
* Lightweight and slim design to reach confined USB ports
* Metal key chain included to store cap when drive is in use
* LED read/write light
* PC and Mac compatible
* Stylish rubberised design
* Password protect your files with easy to use encryption software
* Save more data on the drive using the compression software
* High Speed data transfer
* 2 Year Warranty

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The Play.com PlayDrive High Speed USB Flash Drives is a stylish way to transport your music, pictures and other files. You can carry your data knowing it is safe thanks to the FREE security software provided and the shock and water resistant casing. A metal key chain is also included to store the cap when not in use. Also available in Pink.
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#1
"Temporarily out of stock. This item will be dispatched as soon as it arrives"


Any reviews?
#2
One that's arguably faster, better (& cheaper!): PNY Attache 8GB USB Flash Drive - Ready Boost Compliant = £17.62 (posted here last week).

Edit: the PNY is now £16.99
#3
are these anything like the Corsair Voyager flash drives, where you can remove the external casing to expose the internal parts (eg. for use in eee PCs with the USB hub mod)?
#4
ding10

You can remove the external cases on just about all USB sticks. It's usually a case of get a small, flat screwdriver wedged between both sides of the case and twist!

Alternatively, a dremel works wonders...!
#5
ahhh...i see, thanx thekanester.
thought it was specifially a feature of the Corsair Voyager, which was why all eee pc modders were using it~
#6
I got this (in pink) a few weeks ago and is working well
#7
is this ReadyBoost compatible?
#8
kelly_o_fanatic
I got this (in pink) a few weeks ago and is working well


Did you get it to match your bike ?? :whistling:

http://www.memorylane-classics.com/images/Tricycles%20&%20Pedal%20Cars/Pink%20Tricycle.JPG
#9
wonder how these are on reliability
#10
ReadyBoost is a gimmick for low end systems .. you're better off getting more RAM modules instead of this to use as 2nd class ram!

Dont be suckered into it!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Readyboost
#11
kevingattaca
Did you get it to match your bike ?? :whistling:

http://www.memorylane-classics.com/images/Tricycles%20&%20Pedal%20Cars/Pink%20Tricycle.JPG


:w00t: How did you know????
#12
k9plus1
ReadyBoost is a gimmick for low end systems .. you're better off getting more RAM modules instead of this to use as 2nd class ram!

Dont be suckered into it!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Readyboost


Agreed. I thought I was the only one tired of all the "Is it Readyboost compatible?" posts everytime a USB stick appears on UKHD.

People, if you need more RAM, then buy more RAM.
#13
spraint
Agreed. I thought I was the only one tired of all the "Is it Readyboost compatible?" posts everytime a USB stick appears on UKHD.

People, if you need more RAM, then buy more RAM.


thirded.

microsoft has somehow managed to convince people that usb drives are actually faster than a hard disk or ram.

its probably just a way to stop people complaining that they need to buy more ram to run vista "oh no you just need a 15ukp usb drive"!
#14
You are missing the point somewhat to be fair - for example, what if a user has 4GB of RAM in a Vista x86 machine? Also, it is the way the paging file is user with the USB drive that helps, not the fact that it is simply used as extra RAM.

Agreed it is not gods gift to computing, but it does assist performance on systems, in a different manner than adding extra RAM does.
#15
Anyone know the transfer speeds of the item in the OP? I wonder if it will be the same as this play 8GB one: http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3431730/Play-com-8GB-USB-Flash-Drive/Product.html

I hate how difficult it is to get specs on these things - after capacity it should be the next spec on the list (& listed in a real world way preferably, e.g. time to transfer 1GB on)!

Also really intrigued by this one (not really comparable - high end double capacity): http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=698287

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