Kingston DataTraveler 150 64GB USB2.0 Flash Drive £101.64 inc delivery @ SVP - HotUKDeals
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The DataTraveler 150 USB flash drive is big news in mobile storage. With a capacity of 64GB, it lets you store more digital files than ever before on one drive. The DataTraveler 150 helps budget-conscious users break storage barriers, allowing them to easily store and move files in a 64GB device no bigger than a pocketknife. As easy as click and drag, the DataTraveler 150 can hold just about any file you can think of - term papers, digital images, spreadsheets or other important documents.

Backed by a five-year warranty and Kingston's high levels of service and support, the DataTraveler 150 is a reliable solution for carrying all of your digital files with you anywhere you go.

Dimensions (L x W x H): 77.9 x 22 x 12.05mm

Supported Operating Systems:
- Windows 2000, XP, Vista
- Mac OS 10.3 or above
- Linux 2.4 or above
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#1
will probably be half price in 6 months
so if you can wait till then, probably best
#2
pikachu12
will probably be half price in 6 months
so if you can wait till then, probably best


but by then you will want to buy the 128gb version for £101 :-D
#3
Yeah I'd just wait a few months for the price to go into free fall. Who really needs a 64gb pen drive anyway?? :?. Although I could probably get most of my MP3 collection on that thing which would be pretty cool.
#4
i'd rather get an ipod classic :P
#5
64GB?! and i have trub just filling 1gb on my 8gb pen drive- this is getting outta hand....
#6
Naysayers aplenty once again.

64GB in a USB stick! Amazing!

Voted hot, since this is the first posting of this since I saw it announced on Engadget this week, and I can't find it cheaper.

No one even bothered to thank the OP for the trouble of posting this. Shame on you all.

Voted hot!
#7
thekanester
Naysayers aplenty once again.

64GB in a USB stick! Amazing!

Voted hot, since this is the first posting of this since I saw it announced on Engadget this week, and I can't find it cheaper.

No one even bothered to thank the OP for the trouble of posting this. Shame on you all.

Voted hot!
Well personally I didn't vote either way. But just because this is the cheapest price someone has found it doesn't make it a value for money or practical item. And give it a few months and people will think 64gb USB sticks are nothing special or impressive. They'll be impressive when they hit the £20 mark but until then who really NEEDS this?.
#8
i agree with harrison
unless you're big on movie editing then i doubt this is very useful
and price per gb, you can 120gb ipod for probably around £160 if you shop around
i know it's hard drive and this is flash and all
but is it really necessary?
#9
pikachu12
i agree with harrison
unless you're big on movie editing then i doubt this is very useful
and price per gb, you can 120gb ipod for probably around £160 if you shop around
i know it's hard drive and this is flash and all
but is it really necessary?


This is amazingly useful for storing files which I use regularly between home and work. And no, it's not video editing. It has the convenience factor of being very small and easily transportable - without having to worry about the device being hit, or dropped, as you would an iPod.

I agree that an iPod does indeed store more, do more and have more kudos attached to it than this device. But if you're like me and already have an iPod chock full of files then this little stick is perfect!

Remember that there's always someone who will find a product useful, even if you don't; just because you can't think of a use for one does not mean that there isn't one. Regardless of opinion, this is a hot deal unless you can find a device of similar spec. for cheaper.
#10
thekanester
This is amazingly useful for storing files which I use regularly between home and work. And no, it's not video editing. It has the convenience factor of being very small and easily transportable - without having to worry about the device being hit, or dropped, as you would an iPod.

I agree that an iPod does indeed store more, do more and have more kudos attached to it than this device. But if you're like me and already have an iPod chock full of files then this little stick is perfect!

Remember that there's always someone who will find a product useful, even if you don't; just because you can't think of a use for one does not mean that there isn't one. Regardless of opinion, this is a hot deal unless you can find a device of similar spec. for cheaper.
I can think of plenty uses for this item but non are that practical/useful in the real world. But like I was saying before, just because this is the cheapest this item is currently available for it doesn't make it value for money in my opinion. I personally wouldn't call this a "hot" deal.

Are you yourself really going to drop £100 on 64gb worth of portable storage??. I'd much rather spend about £50 less and get a 500-750gb drive with enclosure if I needed to move around large files.

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