ByteStor 4GB USB High Speed "Dataferry" Flash Drive - £3.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Product Features
Compliant to USB 2.0 specifications for high performance (will work in a USB 1.1 socket)
True plug & play connecting to USB, no need for additional power
Read/Write indicator lamp
10-year data retention
Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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#1
Looks good to me?
#2
"no need for additional power" - wow ;)
#3
Ordered two to get free postage. Bargain!
#4
ordered fast drive for under £4 cheers ;)
1 Like #5
16gb version was £11.00 ish yesterday, if interested..
#6
Just to give me a rough idea could someone tell me how many photos could go on here. Are we talking a five hundred or five thousand.
Thinking of getting a few as I think it might be safer than a larger GB one as they can always break. This way I could copy my photos twice. Thanks
#7
great deal brought it dont need anything silly like 16gb this is fine and cheap
#8
My 4GB stick cost over £100 3 or 4 years ago!!

Edited By: nafanny29 on Apr 13, 2011 17:33
#9
http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B003WE9WJQ/ref=pd_sim_computers_6

Well I'd rather have a fancy 2GB one for £5.55. That's more than enough. Back in my day yadder yadder yadder.....
#10
willgimmence - Apr 13, 2011 17:34
http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B003WE9WJQ/ref=pd_sim_computers_6

Well I'd rather have a fancy 2GB one for £5.55. That's more than enough. Back in my day yadder yadder yadder.....
Pitty they ain't got a 1gb for a tenner i would snatch there hands off!!!(_;)
#11
I sold a 64MB (Yes, I said MB) one to a customer the other week for £8.99.

B*stard I am (_;)
#12
willgimmence - Apr 13, 2011 17:44
I sold a 64MB (Yes, I said MB) one to a customer the other week for £8.99.

B*stard I am
Oh!! i wish i had known i would have given you double that for a 64mb ;)
#13
64 MB? lol where did u sell that?

willgimmence
I sold a 64MB (Yes, I said MB) one to a customer the other week for £8.99.

B*stard I am (_;)
#14
Goofeys Girl
Just to give me a rough idea could someone tell me how many photos could go on here. Are we talking a five hundred or five thousand.
Thinking of getting a few as I think it might be safer than a larger GB one as they can always break. This way I could copy my photos twice. Thanks


http://www.memorycardzoo.com/blog/1/How-many-photos-can-i-store-on-my-Memory-Card/
#15
Thank you very much, I will take a look at that.
1 Like #16
Got this drive - just ran HD Tune on it and getting read speeds of about 16.5MB/s if anyone's interested!

Not a bad price.
#17
Yeah the 4GB Bytestors aren't quite as fast as the 16GB ones, but that probably matters less because it will take less time to fill this small one anyway.
#18
This is good for two reasons.

One: I need cheap usb sticks for bootable OS disks.
Two: I have a 16gb model that I managed to lose a cap for, so I can use the cheapie one's cap on the expensive one and protect it from rain when in my pocket.

Hot.
#19
£5.99 for the blue one now
still £3.99 for the pink
#20
10 year data retention is no warranty. I had one that made the same claim, it didn't last two years.

Link showing £5.99 now.

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