Kingston DataTraveler Mini Slim 4GB USB Flash Drive £6.79 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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I know this is not the cheapest 4GB USB Flash Drive but for it's sizes (slim)
Not much to say about USB flash drive but the sizes of this is very slim and fantastic
I keep my in my wallet very slim

Specifications
Capacity: 4GB
Colour: Blue
Weight: 0.064 oz
Dimensions: 1.529" x 06.45" x 0.253" (38.85mm x 16.40mm x 6.44mm)
Operating Temperature: 32° F to 140° F (0° C to 60° C)
Storage Temperature: -4° F to 185° F (-20° C to 85° C)
Simple - just plug and play into a USB port
Convenient - pocket-sized for easy transportability
Guaranteed - five-year warranty
Oh quisco too

Hope I got this right LOL
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#2
thanks andywedge
I willl have a good read and do better next time once again thanks
#3
If speed is important then beware 'cos it gets slagged here
http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=getarticle&number=1&artpage=3766&articID=880

Summary
+ Extremely Compact
+ Acceptably Priced
- No carrying cord/string
- Very low read speeds, horrible write speeds
#4
good if u want one to fit in your wallet heat for that alone
#5
I got one of these from Play last time they were on offer, use it for transferring / watching movies, tv progs and music -never had a problem yet, excellent value
#6
Even with the poor transfer rates, if you want something to swing Office documents around whilst you're travelling (or for school/uni work) then this is a fantastic product.
#7
Are those copper bits always exposed?

Or is there a sliding mechanism?

If they're always exposed they'd be prone to damage no?

I need a slim usb stick like this one that I can attach to my key-ring and keep in my pocket (with my change etc) - don't wanna get this if its going to get damaged in the pocket
#8
I bought the 8gb version of this from DirectFoto for £7 using some discount codes a couple of weeks back - great little drive (it's tiny!) :thumbsup:
#9
bailey87
Are those copper bits always exposed?

Or is there a sliding mechanism?

If they're always exposed they'd be prone to damage no?

I need a slim usb stick like this one that I can attach to my key-ring and keep in my pocket (with my change etc) - don't wanna get this if its going to get damaged in the pocket


I wouldn't put this in your pocket. Unless it's in your wallet!
#10
bailey87
Are those copper bits always exposed?

Or is there a sliding mechanism?

If they're always exposed they'd be prone to damage no?

I need a slim usb stick like this one that I can attach to my key-ring and keep in my pocket (with my change etc) - don't wanna get this if its going to get damaged in the pocket


You want one of these then http://www.memorycardzoo.com/2126/Zoo-Specials/Supertalent-Pico-C/4GB/?utm_source=froogle&utm_medium=cpc - I've had one on my keyring for over a year now and it's fast and virtually indestructible (as the case is metal, not plastic).
#11
I had one of these and the plastic broke off the end (at the back, exposing a chip and some other surface mounted components) about 2 months after i bought it ... this happened when I was inserting it into my laptops USB port .....

I RMA'd it to Kingston who sent it back (still broken) with absolutely no documentation saying why they had done that.

Moral of story, never buying Kingston again :x This product is very cheaply manufacturued, get something that wont fall to pieces.
#12
I had a 8gb version of this and it was very slow, so slow I ended up giving it away. Plus isnt that small. IMO avoid.

If you want a small usb drive the Verbatim Store 'n' Go is much better - incredibly small and decent transfer rates.
PLAY LINK
#13
I saw this and was initially interested - I have plenty of larger capacity drives, but still have a 256mb slim drive in my wallet. Had it for absolutely years (6?):

http://www.everythingusb.com/hardware/index/PQI_Intelligent_Stick_2.0_256MB.htm

That truly is thin - at 3mm it's half as thin as this one. By today's standards it is v slow, but it serves a good purpose.
#14
Am I the only one to query why the poster is called Cattythefatty and then proceeds to make numerous mentions of the word "slim" in their post? Maybe it's some form of diet technique based on mental suggestion!
#15
I got my daughter the pink one in the week.

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