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Kingston DataTraveler 8 gig USB Flash Drives 17.99 with (max) 4 quid postage

£17.99 @ MyMemory
Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash Drives DTI/8192 with a decent 5 year warranty. I have seen a few 8 gig ones already - but this is the first from a good manufacturer. Faster than burning a CD or D…
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Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash Drives
DTI/8192 with a decent 5 year warranty.

I have seen a few 8 gig ones already - but this is the first from a good manufacturer. Faster than burning a CD or DVD - and many car radios can now play these.

The blurb on the page says...

"DataTraveler USB flash drives are ideal for home office, small business, schools and promotions. They're affordable and put mobile storage in nearly anyone's hands.

Warranty : 5 Years"

Quidco of 6% is also available.

Postage is 4 quid - regardless of how many products (similar or otherwise) you buy.
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#1
Does anyone know if this is Vista and speed boost compatible.
Also what are the speeds like, read and write compared to other 8Gb and 4Gb sticks
#2
Looks good to me. It's Kingston so should be 100% reliable.
#3
Good find! Heat added!
#4
Or you could go for this at £17.99 inc delivery. PNY are fairly well known.

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3366633/PNY-Attache-8GB-USB-2-0-Capless-Flash-Drive/Product.html
#5
Good brand, great price...heat added.
#6
I have a sandisk titanium u3 drive - and the speeds are extremely impressive - apparently only beaten by the corsair speed version - which had a high number of complaints about both customer service and reliability - they also need to be sent to the USA when they fail for a warranty claim.

The sandisk titanium also worked in tests after a car was driver over it and thrown from a roof - and has no cap to lose.

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