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Lexar 64gb JumpDrive S70 USB 2.0. From £99.99 to £11.99 @ Vodafone eBay

£11.99 @ eBay
Reduced from £99.99 to £11.99 at the EBay Vodafone Store. I seriously doubt it was ever almost a hundred quid however it would be worth almost twelve quid (128gb USB 3.0 link at 19.99 below). Descr…
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Reduced from £99.99 to £11.99 at the EBay Vodafone Store. I seriously doubt it was ever almost a hundred quid however it would be worth almost twelve quid (128gb USB 3.0 link at 19.99 below).

Description below:

Loaded with advanced security features, the Lexar JumpDrive S70 USB flash drive provides convenient, reliable portable storage for life on the go. This Hi-Speed USB drive with retractable connector and convenient thumb slide provides an excellent solution for safely storing, transferring, and sharing your valuable files, photos, videos, and more. The Lexar JumpDrive S70 USB flash drive is available in a wide range of capacities from 4GB to 64GB.

The JumpDrive S70 USB flash drive comes pre-loaded with advanced security software that lets you protect your data securely, quickly, and easily. You can create multiple password-protected areas called Encrypted Vaults that automatically encrypt your data with on-the-fly 256-bit AES encryption. And for peace of mind, the security software includes a File Shredder feature that lets you securely and thoroughly delete files so they can't be recovered.

The JumpDrive S70 USB flash drive has a simple plug-and-play design that allows you to quickly and easily store files, so wherever you go, your information goes with you. The drive also sports an LED activity light that blinks during data transfer, so you know when the job is done and data loss is averted. What's more, the JumpDrive S70 USB flash drive comes in an assortment of colors and a wide range of capacities, so it's easy to find one that suits your needs and reflects your personality.

Link to the faster 128gb flash drive Usb 3.0 S75 128gb @ £19.99. 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JumpDrive-S75-USB-3-0-128GB-/181996603417?hash=item2a5fd7c819:g:CNUAAOSw241YV57R
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#1
USB 1 ?
#2
AlexBleubolt
USB 1 ?


2.0
#3
£99.99 really lol
#4
KiNG
£99.99 really lol


I know :D
1 Like #5
The 128GB drive the OP mentions seems a better buy particularly as it`s USB3
#6
Better to pay a wee bit extra for USB3.0, IMHO. So much faster. But don't see this cheaper anywhere else, so giving it heat.
1 Like #7
I honestly wouldn't even consider trying to load 64GB of data onto one of these at USB 2.0 speeds. If you dont have USB 3.0 ports anyway then fine, but if you do and this is for regular use, do yourself a huge favour and go for the 128GB USB 3.0 link, which is a good price. The difference is immense!
2 Likes #8
I seriously need to get my eyes tested ... I thought that was a pic of Hugo boss nuit
1 Like #9
WAS ONE MILLION DOLLARS
#10
ghostm4n
I honestly wouldn't even consider trying to load 64GB of data onto one of these at USB 2.0 speeds. If you dont have USB 3.0 ports anyway then fine, but if you do and this is for regular use, do yourself a huge favour and go for the 128GB USB 3.0 link, which is a good price. The difference is immense!


​I agree with you that usb3 is a lot quicker than usb2, but is it mandatory that you fill these as soon as you get it?
#11
ghostm4n
I honestly wouldn't even consider trying to load 64GB of data onto one of these at USB 2.0 speeds. If you dont have USB 3.0 ports anyway then fine, but if you do and this is for regular use, do yourself a huge favour and go for the 128GB USB 3.0 link, which is a good price. The difference is immense!

Get this instead, it is the S75 usb 3.0 @£19.99. 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write. compared to the S73 in the post link. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JumpDrive-S75-USB-3-0-128GB-/181996603417?hash=item2a5fd7c819:g:CNUAAOSw241YV57R

Edited By: Lucky88 on Jan 04, 2017 13:00
#12
craigstephens
ghostm4n
I honestly wouldn't even consider trying to load 64GB of data onto one of these at USB 2.0 speeds. If you dont have USB 3.0 ports anyway then fine, but if you do and this is for regular use, do yourself a huge favour and go for the 128GB USB 3.0 link, which is a good price. The difference is immense!
​I agree with you that usb3 is a lot quicker than usb2, but is it mandatory that you fill these as soon as you get it?

Everything you do with this drive will take 5-10 times as long as for the USB 3 version.

That's not quite accurate, actually. If you throw it up in the air and catch it, it will work just as well, for example.
#13
GDB2222
craigstephens
ghostm4n
I honestly wouldn't even consider trying to load 64GB of data onto one of these at USB 2.0 speeds. If you dont have USB 3.0 ports anyway then fine, but if you do and this is for regular use, do yourself a huge favour and go for the 128GB USB 3.0 link, which is a good price. The difference is immense!
​I agree with you that usb3 is a lot quicker than usb2, but is it mandatory that you fill these as soon as you get it?

Everything you do with this drive will take 5-10 times as long as for the USB 3 version.

That's not quite accurate, actually. If you throw it up in the air and catch it, it will work just as well, for example.


Plus a lot of people are cavemen and much rather use USB 2 like me as they are pretty much standard on everything. I've got a USB 3 port on my laptop and tv but will never use them to be honest. I agree :)
1 Like #14
GDB2222
craigstephens
ghostm4n
I honestly wouldn't even consider trying to load 64GB of data onto one of these at USB 2.0 speeds. If you dont have USB 3.0 ports anyway then fine, but if you do and this is for regular use, do yourself a huge favour and go for the 128GB USB 3.0 link, which is a good price. The difference is immense!
​I agree with you that usb3 is a lot quicker than usb2, but is it mandatory that you fill these as soon as you get it?

Everything you do with this drive will take 5-10 times as long as for the USB 3 version.

That's not quite accurate, actually. If you throw it up in the air and catch it, it will work just as well, for example.


But if the majority of those thing only take a few seconds, it doesn't matter does it. Some people only use flash drives for transferring or opening small docs. I myself use them mostly for installing software and drivers. Not everyone is shifting massive video files around all the time.
1 Like #15
craigstephens
GDB2222
craigstephens
ghostm4n
I honestly wouldn't even consider trying to load 64GB of data onto one of these at USB 2.0 speeds. If you dont have USB 3.0 ports anyway then fine, but if you do and this is for regular use, do yourself a huge favour and go for the 128GB USB 3.0 link, which is a good price. The difference is immense!
​I agree with you that usb3 is a lot quicker than usb2, but is it mandatory that you fill these as soon as you get it?
Everything you do with this drive will take 5-10 times as long as for the USB 3 version.
That's not quite accurate, actually. If you throw it up in the air and catch it, it will work just as well, for example.
But if the majority of those thing only take a few seconds, it doesn't matter does it. Some people only use flash drives for transferring or opening small docs. I myself use them mostly for installing software and drivers. Not everyone is shifting massive video files around all the time.

In which case there is little point in buying a 64GB one of these, you may as well go for the 16GB ones for 99p at B&M that were posted yesterday. If there is a need for storing anything approaching the actual capacity of this drive, and it was for regular use, this thing will have you pulling your hair out. For regular use, and as long as you have a USB3 port to make use of it, a fast USB3 memory stick (Because there is massive variation in speed even with USB3) will make an unbelievable difference to the amount of time spent waiting for file transfers to complete.
#16
Lucky88
ghostm4n
I honestly wouldn't even consider trying to load 64GB of data onto one of these at USB 2.0 speeds. If you dont have USB 3.0 ports anyway then fine, but if you do and this is for regular use, do yourself a huge favour and go for the 128GB USB 3.0 link, which is a good price. The difference is immense!
Get this instead, it is the S75 usb 3.0 @£19.99. 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write. compared to the S73 in the post link. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JumpDrive-S75-USB-3-0-128GB-/181996603417?hash=item2a5fd7c819:g:CNUAAOSw241YV57R
Or if they don't want more than 64GB, the following, albeit £4 more, and assuming they can make use of a USB3, is in a completely different league to the USB2 one

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JumpDrive-S75-USB-3-0-64GB/171939160465?_trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D38661%26meid%3Dbdcac43b9ee0477c92d6232ad0f5050c%26pid%3D100005%26rk%3D4%26rkt%3D6%26sd%3D181996603417


Edited By: ghostm4n on Jan 04, 2017 18:00
#17
The £99 by the way is a joke
http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Lexar-Professional-JumpDrive-Retractable-Design/product/B008N7AJXA

Amazon Price History
Type Price When
Current £15.99 Nov 02, 2016
Highest * £44.98 Feb 01, 2013
Lowest * £11.99 Feb 14, 2015

It was £11.99 almost 2 years ago.
#18
ghostm4n
The £99 by the way is a joke
http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Lexar-Professional-JumpDrive-Retractable-Design/product/B008N7AJXA

Amazon Price History
Type Price When
Current £15.99 Nov 02, 2016
Highest * £44.98 Feb 01, 2013
Lowest * £11.99 Feb 14, 2015

It was £11.99 almost 2 years ago.


That's a lot of research there mate. That's what I love about this website. You post something, in this case, for someone that may just be looking for any USB stick that he/she needs to save a few word documents on and you create a storm of every one else that knows better. Thanks everyone for your input but as I say, it was posted for the benefit of anyone in the market for a cheap and cheerful USB stick not for Bill Gates for saving his career exploits on.
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