Integral 64GB Fusion USB 3.0 Flash Drive £21.99 MYMEMORY - HotUKDeals
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Looking for a small USB drive to use in my car stereo and this seemed fair for a 64GB USB 3.0 from a good brand.

Benefits
- As the Fusion USB is only 20mm in length it is the best 'leave in' USB solution.
- Can remain in a laptop or netbook's USB socket without getting in the way in general use or getting knocked and causing damaged to the USB port
- Does not spoil the 'clean' look of modern flat-screen TVs when plugged in
- Many devices will have a protective dust cover that can still be closed even when the Fusion USB is plugged in, due to its tiny size

Features:
- Low-profile casing, ideal ‘leave in’ USB solution
- Smallest USB Flash Drive in the Integral range
- PC and Mac compatible

Compatibility:
Windows XP, Vista and 7.
Mac OS X v10.0 or Later.
Linux v2.4.0 and above.
Enviromental Parameters:
Min Operating Temperature 0°c
Max Operating Temperature 70°c
Complaiant Standard:
Plug and Play

Write Speed: 10MB/s
Connection: USB3.0
Read Speed: 140MB/s
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4 Likes #1
This was £17.99 less than a week ago,so cold from me
#2
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/phillred/Capture_zps029eb7e0.jpg~original
#3
No bold from me, I don't need to emphasise this... is this made of metal? My last plastic one fell to bits so that's the deal breaker for me
#4
phillred
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/phillred/Capture_zps029eb7e0.jpg~original


Are they still that price you stated?
4 Likes #5
duction

Are they still that price you stated?

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#6
dwattsy21
No bold from me, I don't need to emphasise this... is this made of metal? My last plastic one fell to bits so that's the deal breaker for me


Think its made of metal yea
1 Like #7
Write speed slower than USB 2.0
#8
mnstar
Write speed slower than USB 2.0


Dosnt really need to be very fast for listening to music off of
#9
phillred
This was £17.99 less than a week ago,so cold from me

Would you take Saturday's winning lottery tickets back to 30 December in your time machine and send me the winnings please?

Butter was cheaper in 1979, so was milk. And you could leave your door open. Etc.

The historic price of an item has no relevance to whether something is a deal in the present tense. IMHO. Voted hot.
#10
littld
phillred
This was £17.99 less than a week ago,so cold from me

Would you take Saturday's winning lottery tickets back to 30 December in your time machine and send me the winnings please?

Butter was cheaper in 1979, so was milk. And you could leave your door open. Etc.

The historic price of an item has no relevance to whether something is a deal in the present tense. IMHO. Voted hot.


Daym!
6 Likes #11
The historic price of an item has no relevance to whether something is a deal in the present tense.

Errrr, yeah it kind of does though as it gives an idea of pricing availability.

You're using an example of items being cheaper 35 years ago to try and prove your point which is ridiculous. phillred makes a very good point that the same item was available from the same seller less than a week ago for four quid less which is an indicator that this isn't that amazing a deal, which is true, a quick google shows the same item is even available from the same seller through play.com for £19.99, he was just giving a heads up to anyone thinking of buying and he was correct.
#13
Be warned about this USB, as previous people have pointed out last time this was posted, these USBs have a very high fail rate around the 12 month mark - mine died almost bang on 12 months. Wouldn't buy again.
#14
So, get a new one under warranty... http://www.integralmemory.com/warranty

JonesyUK
Be warned about this USB, as previous people have pointed out last time this was posted, these USBs have a very high fail rate around the 12 month mark - mine died almost bang on 12 months. Wouldn't buy again.
1 Like #15
If purchasing for a VAT reg'd business please be aware that my memory.co.uk isn't actually a UK business, therefore no VAT is included in the prices. No biggy, but worth noting for anyone that can claim the VAT back, as a UK retailer which includes VAT may work out cheaper for you. Only just realised when I sent the invoice for my first order from them to my book keeper.
banned#16
Do not use the supplied lanyard with these, or you risk losing it as I did. Seller sent a free replacement, which is now attached to my keyring directly using the metal loop.
#17
Sandisk Ultra Fit 64GB was below £20 on here a week or so ago, with a 40MBps write speed over the 10MBps offered by this.

If you need to order a tiny 64GB usb drive today then this deal might be your best bet, but if you wait around a few weeks a better deal on a better product will probably pop up again.

EDIT - Sandisk 64GB Ultra Fit also £21.99 from same supplier

Edited By: srw985 on Jan 05, 2015 18:38
#18
Nice idea but pretty slow. I wish we could have the amazing read/write speeds of the Samsung Extreme drives in this form factor.
#19
dwattsy21
No bold from me, I don't need to emphasise this... is this made of metal? My last plastic one fell to bits so that's the deal breaker for me

Yes it is made of metal + very very small
#20
mnstar
Write speed slower than USB 2.0

http://i.imgur.com/vI4ICdy.png
#21
Im on my second one of these. The first one died after 7 months and to be fair, Intergal replaced it within 5 days, but sadly my replacement is now playing up and you have to keep moving it around in the usb socket to get it recognised. I wont bother with a 3rd. Will be going for a sandisc extreme 3.0 64GB

Edited By: lollypoplee on Jan 05, 2015 20:47: wrong sandisc !
#22
Returned this after 1 week. Faulty
#23
I picked one up for 17.99 a few days backmnice and small
#24
Got one of these at the weekend and was not impressed by the slow write speeds, will be sending back
#25
srw985
Sandisk Ultra Fit 64GB was below £20 on here a week or so ago, with a 40MBps write speed over the 10MBps offered by this.

If you need to order a tiny 64GB usb drive today then this deal might be your best bet, but if you wait around a few weeks a better deal on a better product will probably pop up again.

EDIT - Sandisk 64GB Ultra Fit also £21.99 from same supplier

I think the attraction of this drive is that its durable and you can just put it on your keyring and forget about it. I'm a scatter brain id lose that ultra fit one in a week, lol
#26
The__Flash
mnstar
Write speed slower than USB 2.0

Dosnt really need to be very fast for listening to music off of

No, but moving a large file across to this USB3 device takes about a GB a minute. I was expecting it to be much faster & frankly I could've just bought a USB2 item for a fiver instead.
#27
dj_lloyde
Got one of these at the weekend and was not impressed by the slow write speeds, will be sending back

I would of too if I hadn't received it for Christmas!
#28
Are these any good? http://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-Ultra-Flash-Drive-SDCZ43-064G-G46/dp/B00LLEODCK

Really need a small one as I want it to live in my macbook

Edited By: dj_lloyde on Jan 06, 2015 12:11: link
#29

This - I have one, its fast fast fast and super small when plugged in.
#30
dj_lloyde
Are these any good? http://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-Ultra-Flash-Drive-SDCZ43-064G-G46/dp/B00LLEODCK

Really need a small one as I want it to live in my macbook

Yes well worth the cash.
#31
I'll vouch for the SanDisk Ultra Fit. Great little flash drive and with 55 MB/s Write, the read peaks at 170 MB/s. I'm really happy with the purchase.
#32
phillred
This was £17.99 less than a week ago,so cold from me

Have you received your flash drive yet? Bought it on the 31st and awaiting on it.

Cheers

Dave
#33
GingerShadow


Have you received your flash drive yet? Bought it on the 31st and awaiting on it.

Cheers

Dave

No, Not as yet
Look's like speeds poor all around then ( drive and dispatching )

Regards
1 Like #34
littld
phillred
This was £17.99 less than a week ago,so cold from me

Would you take Saturday's winning lottery tickets back to 30 December in your time machine and send me the winnings please?

Butter was cheaper in 1979, so was milk. And you could leave your door open. Etc.

The historic price of an item has no relevance to whether something is a deal in the present tense. IMHO. Voted hot.

I agree in principle - but then there's historic, and historic......

Obviously you can't compare this to a price from months ago that may have been a one off sale, but this is generally around and about this price - the fact it's gone up in price by 22% in 6 days makes this a definite no-deal - especially for technology products, that pretty much only ever increase in price when they are end-of-line and short of stock, or massively exclusive and sought after.....

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