Flash Memory bargains at Amazon - 4GB Flash Drive £13.16, 4GB SDHC £11.46 - HotUKDeals
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Some cheap flash memory items over on Amazon at the moment. Easiest way to find them is to search "bytestor" in electronics section of amazon.

Bytestor USB 2.0 Flash Drive 4GB - £13.16
ByteStor 4GB SDHC Class 4 Memory Card - £11.46
ByteStor 2GB SD Card - £5.22
ByteStor 1GB SD Card with card caddy - £3.86
Bytestor USB 2.0 Pen Drive 1GB - £4.54
ByteStor USB 2.0 17-in-1 Multi-Card Reader - £2.99
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#1
Thanks to SHOWMAN36 for the initial find of the card reader.
#2
Some good prices there. Wonder what the speed is like though:thinking:
#3
Don't think they are patricularly quick Shengis. Bytestor stuff is made by Integral.

http://www.integralmemory.com/
#4
#5
Didn't expect 4Gb flash drives to drop quite that quickly. Thought it might take at least another month to break through the £15 mark. Voted HOT.
#6
I need to find out how fast these are first. I've bought flash drives before that seem a good deal but then are so slow they're worthless.
#7
bingsy
Don't think they are patricularly quick Shengis. Bytestor stuff is made by Integral.

http://www.integralmemory.com/


Actually I think it's made by Philips...

http://uk.shopping.com/xPO-Philips-Bytestor-USB-2-0-Flash-Drive-4GB
#8
alchemista


http://www.integralmemory.com/prodimages/5/usb2.0FDrive-large.jpg

http://www.integralmemory.com/product_group.aspx?group_id=3

Integral have a logo service. Companies can have their own names on them, eg Bytestor, Play etc
#9
Shengis
Some good prices there. Wonder what the speed is like though:thinking:


Why is speed so important so long as they do the job?
#10
doublekite
Why is speed so important so long as they do the job?

All flash drive are NOT created equal. Play used to sell a Maxell 1GB with a free 64mb stick, the speed on them was terrible.
#11
Shengis
All flash drive are NOT created equal. Play used to sell a Maxell 1GB with a free 64mb stick, the speed on them was terrible.


Yes I have bought these, and used them without problems. I am just a normal computer user for work and play, not a techie, so would I honestly notice a difference if I'm not in a hurry. Genuine question.
#12
I bought the Bytestor 2gb usb about three months ago. I've been using it every other day and have had no problems.
#13
Dont buy one from chinatown

http://forums.gameon.co.uk/attachment.php?attachmentid=16236&d=1187466602
#14
Voted cold
Yet again another amazon deal where the postage is not included in the title and not taken into account
Breaks the rules of posting deals on here, please include them folks and please don't say well top up your order with summat cheap, instead just post deals with postage. Thanks
#15
I myself am waiting for 8GB flash pens to be less than £20. That way I can have an entire dvd image on it.:-D
#16
doublekite
Yes I have bought these, and used them without problems. I am just a normal computer user for work and play, not a techie, so would I honestly notice a difference if I'm not in a hurry. Genuine question.

Well i've got a 4GB Integral (one of the translucent green ones) and they are faster than the Maxells, don't know the actual speeds but it is noticable. All depends on what you want it for. If its long term portability rather than speed the anything goes. If you want to run Portable Apps etc direct from the stick then the faster the better.
#17
boydent999
Voted cold
Yet again another amazon deal where the postage is not included in the title and not taken into account
Breaks the rules of posting deals on here, please include them folks and please don't say well top up your order with summat cheap, instead just post deals with postage. Thanks

But its not really a deal is it? Should really have been posted as a general tip(off).
#18
Shengis
But its not really a deal is it? Should really have been posted as a general tip(off).
Dunno really. Not sure if tip offs like this are what this site's about tbh with you, but it was posted as a hot deal..... :?
Where do you draw the line? How do you differentiate between a tip off and a genuine hot deal?
#19
boydent999
Dunno really. Not sure if tip offs like this are what this site's about tbh with you, but it was posted as a hot deal..... :?
Where do you draw the line? How do you differentiate between a tip off and a genuine hot deal?

Well the options there if you post a deal, right at the bottom of the list. To me a deal (product) is a single item, a (tip) is a series of items from the same supplier that are offered at a reduced price, or failing that info on how to plaster a wall nice and smooth:giggle:
#20
boydent999
Voted cold
Yet again another amazon deal where the postage is not included in the title and not taken into account
Breaks the rules of posting deals on here, please include them folks and please don't say well top up your order with summat cheap, instead just post deals with postage. Thanks


I would rather these deals be posted as I may have something cheap I have in mind for the make up to £15. In this case I was waiting for a cheap card reader, so got both the flash drive and 17 in 1 reader. Thanks.
#21
fair enough, i'll not say anything anymore and if these deals are posted, so be it, guess it's not upto me to say anything :)
#22
doublekite
Yes I have bought these, and used them without problems. I am just a normal computer user for work and play, not a techie, so would I honestly notice a difference if I'm not in a hurry. Genuine question.


Often speed makes little difference but for some digital cameras, PDAs, satnavs, etc it can make a lot of difference.
banned#23
I've noticed on my SD Extreme III when I copy files to it it's like copying files to a physical hard drive. When copying to a normal SD card it is considerably slower.
#24
Hmmm, what's going on there then? Have you got a link to the thread? I'd like to know more about that "quality" piece of kit.....
banned#25
MightyHumungus
Hmmm, what's going on there then? Have you got a link to the thread? I'd like to know more about that "quality" piece of kit.....


Yes, how is the quality?
#26
I had a 256mb one of these.

Only trouble with this specific model is its a bit bulkier than some others, and so might be difficult to fit into USB port if you have a lot of other devices plugged in.

The USB connector on mine bent a bit...still works though.
banned#27
mjo
I had a 256mb one of these.

Only trouble with this specific model is its a bit bulkier than some others, and so might be difficult to fit into USB port if you have a lot of other devices plugged in.

The USB connector on mine bent a bit...still works though.


I think I should get a USB hub or extension cable~:p
#28
MightyHumungus
Hmmm, what's going on there then? Have you got a link to the thread? I'd like to know more about that "quality" piece of kit.....


A friend sent the link to me - http://forums.gameon.co.uk/showthread.php?t=30112&highlight=chinatown

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