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Integral 64GB Fusion USB 3.0 Flash Drive for £17.99 @ MYMEMORY

£17.99 @ MyMemory
Ideal 'leave in' USB Super fast read speed up to 140 MB/S One of the world's smallest USB 3.0 Flash Drives Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista and 7. Mac OS X v10.0 or Later. Linux v2.4.0 and abo…
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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
Ideal 'leave in' USB
Super fast read speed up to 140 MB/S
One of the world's smallest USB 3.0 Flash Drives

Compatibility:
Windows XP, Vista and 7.
Mac OS X v10.0 or Later.
Linux v2.4.0 and above.

Now: £21,99
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1 Like #1
good price - but these usually run pretty hot which worries me
1 Like #2
jasonreid7
good price - but these usually run pretty hot which worries me
the metal case helps cool it down. just use specy to keep tabs on the temps if you're really worried
#3
specy?
4 Likes #4
grandwazoo
specy?
Speccy :)
https://www.piriform.com/speccy
FREE
1 Like #5
Just got one of these for Christmas. Very nice Stick! Only problem I found is that the Keyring hole is too small to put on my bunch

Anyway, Heat from me (it's not YOUR fault!!) ;-)
#6
PoserDude
Just got one of these for Christmas. Very nice Stick! Only problem I found is that the Keyring hole is too small to put on my bunch

Anyway, Heat from me (it's not YOUR fault!!) ;-)
Looks like you need this one then... Stick with tag
1 Like #7
Shame the write speed is so appalling, sub usb 2.0 speeds.
4 Likes #8
Here is a CrystalDiskMark I just ran on my brand new one -
http://i.imgur.com/vI4ICdy.png
#9
Does not play well with mac :(
#10
I'm on my second failure of these which isn't great. The first had pins bend inside the connector after only a few days of use. The 2nd works on 50% of computers. It's not detected in any way on others.

Wish they worked as its tiny and fast.
#11
will this be ok for a wii u?
#12
Meh
I have had a Patriot 32GB USB (2.0) for 2.5 years and I've come to trust that brand
This one looks like an exact copy (but ripoff) of one of their designs. Not surprised people have had problems with it
#13
Silenced
Here is a CrystalDiskMark I just ran on my brand new one -
http://i.imgur.com/vI4ICdy.png

That's 3.5x the claimed write speed, that's a little more like it!

Edited By: fatdeeman on Dec 30, 2014 12:51
#14
moggster2001
will this be ok for a wii u?


I was also wondering that. Anyone know?
#15
robodan918
Meh
I have had a Patriot 32GB USB (2.0) for 2.5 years and I've come to trust that brand
This one looks like an exact copy (but ripoff) of one of their designs. Not surprised people have had problems with it


I have my Patriot 8gb for nearly 6 years still running strong, it's been in the wash and I've have two replacement caps absolutely free! They've got my loyalty
#16
Fantastic!
#17
Anyone know how this compares to a SanDisk 64GB Cruzer Fit (not the Ultra fit)?

Thanks.
#18
KRC1984
Does not play well with mac :(

Seems to be ok with my MacBook Air, what problems are you having?
#19
KRC1984
Does not play well with mac :(
may need to reformat it to exFAT... or whatever format that is Mac-compatible. :)
#20
Now £21.99 :(

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