Lexar 32GB JumpDrive V10 USB Flash Drive £6.99 Delivered @ ebuyer Possible 1.57 % TCB - HotUKDeals
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at the moment the cheapest , might very well help some who missed out earliar,
Quick specs below

32GB Capacity
USB 2.0
2 Year Manufacturer Warranty

MORE BELOW instead of creating multiple threads i posted some below
they are good value

******** Toshiba Trans memory 16GB white is £3.99 also delivered


************* Toshiba TransMemory 32GB White USB 2.0 Flash Drive
This is lower rated than the above but only £6.99 delivered
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saw that too unfortunately that has a charge of +£2.98 Delivery minimum making it £10.96 minimum delivery so decided to post this , besides for the layman wont see a difference between USB 2.0 vs 3.0

Edited By: alan2simms on Jul 18, 2014 15:41: .
Seems decent. I bought a 32GB one from ebuyer for £1 less which works great on the Wii U. I am really not fussy when it comes to how fast it writes, especially when it's just stuck in a back of a Wii U and is only being used to store games once they've been installed there. Link for the £7 32GB flash drive if you were interested http://www.ebuyer.com/543102-toshiba-transmemory-32gb-white-usb-2-0-flash-drive-thnu32hay-bl5

Edited By: RyanBest on Jul 19, 2014 02:03
cheap if you got lots of things I.e pics music movies
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cheap if you got lots of things I.e pics music movies

very insightful, thank you

I have one, its a little plasticy but is actually quite a good drive, its small and fast.

I have one, its a little plasticy but is actually quite a good drive, its small and fast.

I have one and the use of plastic on the part you insert into the usb drive is ridiculous, I really can't understand why anyone would even consider it. At the same time it is quick for the price and would be ideal if you were leaving it plugged in out of reach and not using it as a portable drive. For example inside an HP microserver.
When it's USB 2.0, I think this one is better, cheaper and also free delivery: http://www.ebuyer.com/543102-toshiba-transmemory-32gb-white-usb-2-0-flash-drive-thnu32hay-bl5

I bought a Lexar USB flash drive before, but the speed (USB 2.0) was half as fast as my other USB 2.0 flash drives. Thus, I think I'll go for other brands instead.

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