Dane-Elec High Speed (110x) USB 2.0 Flash Drive - £9.94 - HotUKDeals
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MEGA DEAL - This super compact and very portable USB 1GB Flash drive can be used as a removable drive on your computer or laptop and with Hot Swapping and Plug and Play provides fast and easy use. Simply plug into your USB port and the computer will detect it as another drive. Use it to read and write data (copy or delete etc.) or use for many other applications including MP3 files or video files etc..

This Dane Elec branded 1GB (gigabyte) Key Drive is USB 2.0 Compliant - also works on USB 1.1 PC's

Removeable Protective Top - Weighs in at around 10g - Very fast read/write transfer at up to a blistering 110x (15 MB/s!) with USB 2.0 - Length is Just 7cm

Compatible With: Windows 2000/XP Or Above; Mac OS 9.0 or higher; Mac OS X 10.1.5 or higher

Also available: 512MB (£5.99); 2GB (£8.49); 4GB (£16.99)

Going through Quidco will save you an extra 1% (6p...)

Delivery: £3.95
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You need to add £3.95 postage.

Remember the good old days when 7 day shop only charged 99p for postage. :thumbsup:
I wish they had free delivery beyond a certain amount, like many others... I wouldn't mind grouping my orders just to save as many times £3.95

Still, even with delivery, I haven't seen cheaper for this range. Prices on flash memory are free-falling! Even at that level, compare with a month ago:
This post is a bit misleading total price should be listed in bold so its cold for me
What's Hot Swapping?
Mebster - hot swapping means that you can unplug (or plug) the device in without having to disable any drivers or shut anything down.

Some servers have "Hot Swap" hard disks that can be just literally pulled out while running. Because of the redundancy in the system you can then hot swap in another disk. On non hot swap systems you'd have to power everything down, switch off then unplug a disk. Then insert new disk, power up, boot up etc etc...

Hope that clears up any confusion. Only thing to bear in mind is not to unplug it while it is writing data to it (led will be blinking away) as this will obviously lead to corrupt data.
Voted cold, I got some 2GB Kingstons from Amazon for £5 each delivered, over a month ago!
Voted cold, I got some 2GB Kingstons from Amazon for £5 each delivered, over a month ago!

But can you get one for £5 delivered today?
Thanks for the post. I've updated it to include the delivery charge, which we always try to show here. :)

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