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Belkin USB 2.0 Flash Drive 64mb @ 99p Store

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
In my local 99p store (Liverpool city centre) they had these in stock, now I know they're not huge storage wise but for 99p you can't complain.

Comes with:

USB cable,
lanyard ,
installation software - CD.

Specs on the box reads:

Supports USB 1.1 & 2.0
LED indicator, connected, in use, reading, writing
Password protection
No external power supply needed
Hot plug and play
Access rate: read 8mb/s max, write 7mb/s max.

I think it's a good buy for 99p, happy money saving etc. Sorry can't find a picture at the mo, will try later.

Ciao has the starting price from £14.44 to £24.06:
http://www.ciao.co.uk/Belkin_USB_2_0_Flash_Drive_USB_flash_drive_64_MB__5774455
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#1
mrtea
I wouldn't go by Ciaos starting prices, most of the reviews would have been writen when 64mb was considered a huge size for storage.


You're probably right but it's handy for the reviews too.
#2
mrtea
I wouldn't go by Ciaos starting prices, most of the reviews would have been writen when 64mb was considered a huge size for storage.

Approx 1.5 pence for 1mb is very expensive.


Tell that to the people who are considering buying the Mirror for the free 128mb usb pen, after paying 95p for the paper and £1.99 postage and packing you can get three of these for that price, go figure.

Never mind
#4
shop in my town doed 512mb for £1
#5
tanboy
shop in my town doed 512mb for £1


Bargain!!!
#6


and £2.34 delivery.
#7


Free delivery as well, may get one as a spare.
You should post it as most drives this cheap have delivery added on top :thumbsup:
#8
i think this is a good deal if you just need 64mb. if you just want to store and transfer text documents and small system files and stuff (firefox bookmarks, etc) then this would be better than say a 8GB one that costs around £12. so hot, if you need it.
#9
pikachu12
and £2.34 delivery.


When I add my post code & checkout it says free delivery?
#10
stgeorge
Free delivery as well, may get one as a spare.
You should post it as most drives this cheap have delivery added on top :thumbsup:


Free delivery might depend on your post code, might not be free for all.;-)
#11
thank you for the post

heat and rep

thanks again

:)
#12
nice, they do free delivery to my address too. don't forget quidco. thanks mikey! rep added
#13
hmm 64mb maybe ok 5 years ago!
anything less than 1gb is considered smallfry
banned#14
siren13577
Free delivery might depend on your post code, might not be free for all.;-)


*Offer terms and conditions
The offer is strictly limited to one Lexar 512MB USB Key per customer.
Free delivery is only applicable against the purchase of the Lexar 512MB USB Key.
Customers will be charged delivery on all other items purchased within the same transaction. Offer available whilst stocks last.
#15
Dunno if its still active but I bought a few from currys the other day, 1gb for 99p. I got a few, not great to resell but good for spares etc.
#16
pikachu12;2713431
i think this is a good deal if you just need 64mb. if you just want to store and transfer text documents and small system files and stuff (firefox bookmarks, etc) then this would be better than say a 8GB one that costs around £12. so hot, if you need it.

[SIZE=4][COLOR=orange]Or possibly you may wanna just burn them on a CD-RW instead.Go,figure.[/COLOR][/SIZE]
#17
HARRIA01;2713506
hmm 64mb maybe ok 5 years ago!
anything less than 1gb is considered smallfry

agree,just another unneccessary gadget laying around with the same actual size
#18
chillking
[SIZE=4][COLOR=orange]Or possibly you may wanna just burn them on a CD-RW instead.Go,figure.[/COLOR][/SIZE]


Quicker just to put on a USB stick...easier to transfer, harder to destroy. Would rather use USB myself
#19
chillking
[SIZE=4][COLOR=orange]Or possibly you may wanna just burn them on a CD-RW instead.Go,figure.[/COLOR][/SIZE]


CD-RWs get scratched more easily, harder to carry around, and take longer to put data on. Plus, they cost around the same price to buy individually.
#20
chillking;2713774
[SIZE=4][COLOR=orange]Or possibly you may wanna just burn them on a CD-RW instead.Go,figure.[/COLOR][/SIZE]

I have an EEE PC.

How could I use the CD-RW?:thumbsup:
#21
chillking
[SIZE=4][COLOR=orange]Or possibly you may wanna just burn them on a CD-RW instead.Go,figure.[/COLOR][/SIZE]


I'm just quoting because I like the big orange font.
#22
t0mm;2715161
I have an EEE PC.

How could I use the CD-RW?:thumbsup:

[SIZE=4][COLOR=darkorange]External drive?Also,these diks hold up to 700MB[/COLOR][/SIZE]

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