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Updated: December 15, 2015

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Mee Audio M6 Pro in ear monitor. Bargain @ Mymemory £24.99

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Superb in ear monitors. Good alternative to Shures for those with a smaller budget. Bought them recently for £30, and though that was pretty cheap. Good reviews on amazon. Please note these are pr…
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408

Integral 16GB Neon USB Flash Drives - 10 Pack £24.99 @ My Memory

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Product Type: 16GB USB Flash Drive Interface Type: - Hi-Speed USB Compatibility: - Windows ME, XP, Vista & 7 - Mac OS 09 and Later. - Linux v2.4.0 and above.
ICTHUS AvatarICTHUS1d, 7h agoFound 1 day, 7 hours ago16 Comments
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friar_chris
ICTHUS
GS01
garethsmith72
2.50 for 16gb looks too good to be true
Not really, you can grab 16GB Toshiba's on Amazon at £3.
So these at £2.50 in bulk sound about right.
What you need to keep in mind is that these are slow.
So unless you're using these for small files, it's almost always best to spend a little more and get something a lot faster.
Well if your PC or laptop only has USB 2.0 then why pay more for USB 3.0
I have some 8GB ones and these are quite fast enough.
There is USB 2.0 and there is slow USB 2.0. I had a USB 2.0 pendrive which wrote at 2MB/s. I didn't need USB 3.0 on my motherboard to get a faster pendrive, I just picked another one. Any other one.
jimunix
ICTHUS
GS01
garethsmith72
2.50 for 16gb looks too good to be true
Not really, you can grab 16GB Toshiba's on Amazon at £3.
So these at £2.50 in bulk sound about right.
What you need to keep in mind is that these are slow.
So unless you're using these for small files, it's almost always best to spend a little more and get something a lot faster.
Well if your PC or laptop only has USB 2.0 then why pay more for USB 3.0
I have some 8GB ones and these are quite fast enough.


​For future proofing. Or you might want to connect to usb 3 device, even if your current pc is usb 2.

I bought a usb 2 stick for the car stereo, which is usb 2 and only needs to read mp3 files slowly anyway (as it is playing them). Regretted it after realizing how long it takes to copy my mp3 collection from my pc (which does usb 3) to the stick.

Good deal anyway. Perhaps useful if you are building a collection of bootable usb sticks.
QuatrroDDD
Use code: VB5 to get 5% off, I just paid £23.74

Edited By: QuatrroDDD on Feb 13, 2016 19:49
ICTHUS
timefortea

​How many years ago though? With a write speed of 5mb/s these are pretty slow and the read speed is only 16mb/s, so they aren't anywhere near the practical limits of USB 2.0. I wouldn't use them even for OS installs but that's just my opinion, I think its a reasonable deal though for what it is.
I know, but they have improved since then I assume.
For the price they are a great deal. You might even say HOT?
ICTHUS
timefortea
​How many years ago though? With a write speed of 5mb/s these are pretty slow and the read speed is only 16mb/s, so they aren't anywhere near the practical limits of USB 2.0. I wouldn't use them even for OS installs but that's just my opinion, I think its a reasonable deal though for what it is.
Funny you should say that, I make them bootable and use them for system installs.
Manages to install a clean Win10 64bit system in about 10-15 mins.
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Kingston MobileLite Wireless Memory Card Reader £9.99 Mymemory

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Access all your data - on the go MobileLite Wireless works as a portable card reader to give you unlimited access to all of your data, anywhere you are. Use it with your USB Flash drive or SD storage
pavel76 Avatarpavel764d, 7h agoFound 4 days, 7 hours ago3 Comments
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lowbacca
Gone up to £16.99 now.
Sticks1
Great little gadget for accessing data you can't fit on tablets/mobiles. I got one a while ago (more expensive) but still use it now to put films on and watch on tablet. Well worth £9.99
christophersmith2687
Ordered thabks :D
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Beewi BBH300-Bluetooth-Stereo-Headphones-with-Hi-Fi-Docking-Station---White £24.99 @ mymemory

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White Beewi BBH300 Bluetooth Stereo Headphones with Hi Fi Docking Station. Great price for a quality product. Will operate with any 2.1 compatible Bluetooth device, with invisible touch controls. Lig…
bond0077 Avatarbond00776d, 11h agoFound 6 days, 11 hours ago1 Comment
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bond0077
Admin, why are people putting cold when it's a bargain from £39.99? Seems strange, selling at £41.75 on Amazon with 1 left

Edited By: bond0077 on Feb 08, 2016 13:04
463

Lexar 128GB Premium II 300x SDXC UHS-I U1 Card Class 10 £24.99 @ mymemory.co.uk

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A great card for your Wii U to run the homebrew, 128GB should be more than enough. Free delivery too, hope this helps. 64GB and 128GB - Class 10, UHS-I (U1), 300x (up to 45MB/s read, 20MB/s write) -…
Rodders AvatarRodders1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago14 Comments
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reddragon105
stoodstill
what is SDXC is that Fat32
No, it's Secure Digital eXtended Capacity, which supports capacities of up to 2tb, as opposed to SDHC (High Capacity), which only supports up to 32gb.

FAT32 is a file system, and you can format SD cards with whichever file system you prefer/require. As FAT32 has a partition limit of 8tb you'll be able to format any SDXC card as FAT32, but it also has a file size limit of 4gb which could be a problem, in which case you could format it as NTFS or exFAT, and exFAT would be the better choice.
Pupa
Hot! Thank you!
SpeedyG
fbiroylindell
A better alternative for roughly the same price is the Qumox 128GB SD card. R/W speeds of 80MB/s and 35MB/s respectively, so its faster than this card. Have had mine for ages, had no issues whatsoever (despite transferring TB's of movies onto it on a regular basis). The reviews speak for themselves anyways:http://www.amazon.co.uk/128GB-Secure-Digital-Memory-HighSpeed/dp/B00JAXVUSO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1454760619&sr=8-1&keywords=qumox+128

Plus an alternative is this even quicker card I bought a few years ago which is good for the money: Komputer Bay 128GB

Edited By: SpeedyG on Feb 06, 2016 22:28
Yiddo4life
stoodstill
what is SDXC is that Fat32
Windows will try and fromat as exFAT but you can use FAT32 with other programs
stoodstill
what is SDXC is that Fat32
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Integral 32GB Micro Fusion USB 2.0 OTG Flash Drive £5.00 mymemory

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Surely not the fastest on the market but worth a try for a fiver...
pavel76 Avatarpavel761w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago2 Comments
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zxninjapilot
looks good for a £5.
SusieM
Oos
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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S25 USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 150MB/s £22.31 with code @ Mymemory

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This was posted about 3 weeks ago a few pound cheaper, I was too late but just received a restocking email. It's still an OK price, you can still use the 7% code TOPLEX to bring the advertised price
sabresonic Avatarsabresonic1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago4 Comments
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Slizzle
IMO this is a great "throwaway" USB drive with plenty of potential applications. £20 isn't too much and 120GB is loads.

I love having my very similarly priced but currently slightly more expensive iBoutique USB drive.

Great for travelling and I have the Wii USB mod and that can hold almost a library of 25/30 games which is like 2 years worth of gameplay.
LessThanEqual
The S55 model with a metal connector is only a pound and change more on Amazon, might be worth buying that instead considering the above comments.

Edited By: LessThanEqual on Feb 05, 2016 15:04: Reword
nw104hh
I bought it when was slightly cheaper. It's fast but the quality is very poor! The USB connector surround (the piece you plug to usb) is made from very cheap plastic and the clip that was made to keep it open won't work most of the times so you have to hold it! Bought 2 of them and if i were you i would go for S75 which isn't perfect but 100% more reliable than this one.
danielbentham
I have one of these drives , works well but its very very very cheaply made and will probably break soon. Alot of people have also said this on reviews.
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My Memory 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, In Red £17.99 Delivered

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Read Speed: 25MB/s Write Speed: 14MB/s 128 GB USB 3.0 2 Year Warranty For Mac and PC, No Driver Required No External Power Required Functions as Hard Drive Multiple Operation Systems supported: No dri…
Sprograt AvatarSprograt1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago11 Comments
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johnnylinford
Dispatched within a hour
mbuckhurst
From memory, I think I was getting 80+ write and 100+MB/s read, on the three of the fastest mymemory red drives, at least one of which is a year old, so I'd be surprised if there were any of the slower ones left.

mike
A1M
Those R/W speeds do seem slow. On my Lexar 64GB I get 80MB/s read and 35MB/s write.

I know it's not the same drive but I also recently bought a Sandisk 64GB Ultra OTG. On the same USB port I'm only getting around 25MB/s read and 12MB/s write. It seems really slow but supposedly a USB 3 stick as well.
friar_chris
whydoiwastemytimehere
Aren't those USB2 speeds ?
Nope. Whilst I'm sure there are faster ones out there, they are significantly faster than my run of the mill USB2 pendrives and £18 is run of the mill prices. Not SSD or even HDD speed, but they USB3.
bromptonista
Hopefully the new chips are faster, but the one I bought a couple of years ago was the worst high capacity USB drive I had... Speed in the low USB2 spectrum rather than USB3
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SanDisk Ultra Fit 128 GB £28.97 from MyMemory

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SanDisk 128GB Ultra Fit USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 130MB/s PLUS 3% Quidco cashback
MJ10 AvatarMJ102w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago9 Comments
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uni
akoura
Which one sits flusher when inserted into a USB slot. Thinking of using in a Macbook

I have the Samsung and the new sandisk one (and some old sandisks) and there's not much in it really. possibly the Samsung at a push as the sandisk is slightly curved, but I don't have one in front right now. the older sandisk style was slightly slimmer, but they were MUCH slower. I've noticed they are warm after filling them up from blank to full but not too hot to touch.

the sandisk price isn't particularly good at the moment as its normally about £25 and was under £25 not that long ago a few times
b1g1an
pet2000
Does the Samsung get as hot as the Scandisk? Anyone know?

LOL, my post above :)
pet2000
Does the Samsung get as hot as the Scandisk? Anyone know?
b1g1an
akoura
Which one sits flusher when inserted into a USB slot. Thinking of using in a Macbook

Reviews and recent posts on here suggest the Sandisk has serious heat issues whereas the Samsung does not.
MJ10
akoura
Which one sits flusher when inserted into a USB slot. Thinking of using in a Macbook
I don't have either, but from the looks of it the SanDisk one wion't poke out as much... saying that though neither will poke out more than a few millimetres anyway.
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MyMemory 128GB USB 3.0 £18.95 from MyMemory

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I have this and it's fantastic for a basic large file transfer USB stick! Not the fastest, but still pretty quick, and for less than £20 it's a lot of storage for your money! 15p/GB! Colour: Red Rea…
MJ10 AvatarMJ102w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago14 Comments
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BigYoSpeck
Cheap rattly plastic case: check
Super slow: check

Cheap per GB price for anyone who doesn't care about either of those things for a purpose they could use it: check

Would be fine for say plugging into the back of a TV for time shifting/recording.

I've got a couple of the 16gb £1 special offer drives that mymemory had a while back and they really are really really cheap pieces of tat so in the vast majority of cases for a flash drive I'd pay a little more and have something smaller, faster and better made. I have one inside my NAS as the boot device and one stuck in a draw with the Windows 10 installer on it which get's used like 3 times a year. Not worth having anything expensive for those purposes.

So hot for those cases where it doesn't matter how cheap a piece of tat it is.
kinell
I use this sort of speed/capacity USB stick to store things like Reference PDF's, manuals, firmware, IT Tools, pocket version of programs, IT rescue and disc tools, Linux on a pendrive (painfully slow to statrtup) etc. To be honest I can pretty much max out a 64GB stick.. so had to expand oO
Nothing tooooo big in one hit, but ideal for this sort of thing. :3
DonDraper
stinkybeard
linhang90
Cold. These usb flash drives are so rubbish. Thats why there so cheap. Ened up returning it
All marked for you.
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leelukehope
These aren't as slow as everyone makes out... Then again I don't sit there watching the file transfer, got better things to do.
blaser
linhang90
Cold. These usb flash drives are so rubbish. Thats why there so cheap. Ened up returning it

Not the lastest ones, brought one during the xmas sales and I posted the speeds follow the link:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mymemory-128gb-usb-3-0-flash-drive-red-16-99-2-for-32-2344646?p=26762683
489

Samsung 128GB USB 3.0 £24.99 from MyMemory

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Samsung 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive FIt - 130MB/s ~19p per GB! Winner :) PLUS 3% Quidco cashback >>>>> Top-O-Cashback just tracked @4.2% for anyone without QCo! - 008
MJ10 AvatarMJ102w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago18 Comments
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rdlowry
Thanks OP and thanks Guswold for the code :)
Guswold
You can also get an extra 5% off using the code VB5 - total £23.74 (_;)
saucymonk
mattmerch
sticking with my punchcards https://www.mimecast.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/ibm-punchcard.gif
What kind of speeds are you getting on these ;)
awoodhall2003
Thought I'd try this rather than the sandisk one then.
Leftfield_2k2
petethemeat76
Do these get really hot like the Sandisk version?

Nope, much better than the Sandisk rubbish. This flash drive will probably out last us!
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Kingston 128GB SDXC Card Class 10 UHS-I U1 £24.99 mymemory

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Best price for this card from reputable seller
pavel76 Avatarpavel762w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago5 Comments
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pavel76
No, there is no stated write speed for Integral and looks like pretty unreliable card according to some comments at this post:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/integral-128gb-micro-sdxc-card-uhs-u1-90mb-s-24-99-mymemory-2360421?page=3#comments
landros1
pavel76
landros1
It is one of the old 45mbs speed.
...and you are one of the people who never posted any deal, only making comments(over 6 years of membership)... without showing better option
Sorry,I did mean to cause offence.I cannot post deals because I do not know how to do it.
Try teaching yourself how to use a computer at 70.
wirly
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/integral-128gb-micro-sdxc-card-for-smartphone-tablet-uhs-u1-80mb-s-24-97-mymemory-2381734

80mb-s write speed 2p cheaper a better option.

Edited By: wirly on Jan 25, 2016 21:30
pavel76
landros1
It is one of the old 45mbs speed.
...and you are one of the people who never posted any deal, only making comments(over 6 years of membership)... without showing better option
landros1
It is one of the old 45mbs speed.
673

Integral 128GB Micro SDXC Card For Smartphone and Tablet UHS-I U1 - 80MB/s - £24.97 @ MyMemory

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Details Key features: - Store more apps, images, music, games, video and movies on your smartphone and tablet PC than ever before - Performance tested with Android and Windows smartphones - Works bri…
Bromhead AvatarBromhead2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago42 Comments
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davewave
thanks just bought at this price. ..heat added
mattfigaro
lukehunter69
I bet this wouldn't have a fast enough write speed for DSLR or GoPro usage, at least not at full quality settings (RAW and ProTune respectively). This is going on past experience of buying cheap cards with a claimed high speed read and write or even "UHS-1".

For storing music, films, TV and *ahem* "other" content for playback on a phone or tablet this would do the trick nicely.


​keep your bets to yourself unless you tried it yourself. worthless comment. I could bet all sorts of **** but it would be a guess.

card works fine. real world user,!
mattfigaro
bought one of these a few months .
back.
works great in Sony z2, and huawei p8, and hudl2 (which shouldn't work according to specs, but does)
bargain!
crazyjake
modmouse
Those asking about Linx support.

It's known Samsung 128GB works it's in the list on a UK fan forum but other brands are unconfirmed. I would think this one would work just fine but I'd say it might be better to go with 2 64GB cards and store them in a labelled wallet.
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Samsung 2TB M3 USB 3.0 Slimline Portable Hard Drive £59.99 @ MyMemery

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Cheapest seen also possible cashback The Samsung M3 Portable External Hard Drive delivers handy portable storage. It is easy to take wherever you go, and has a…
gazz33 Avatargazz333w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago8 Comments
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ChrisUK
£51.74 from Amazon with BIGTHANKS & student discount :)

Ordered !!
ChrisUK
Got this for £66 last year, perfect for the Xbox One.
CityofSky
bought this 2 years ago, love it
vikasbhasin
does anyone know whats the current requirement for this drive? I had to return Toshiba one because it did not run on raspberry pi.
Also whats the amazon code?
6ixFoot1
gazz33
Yes you can get this for £54.99 on Amazon using code today only !


The other one is Seagate branded
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TP Link TL SG1008D V6 £17.99 delivered @ MyMemory

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I was looking for a 8 port switch unit. The TP SG1008D fits my requirements , easy setup. Currently on Amazon £21.59 delivered, and on camel camel camel lowest £18.96. Free delivery option is 3 / 5
smallpaul Avatarsmallpaul3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago1 Comment
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DanIsTheMan
This is usually around £15 at Amazon but they seemed to have taken it off because it has gone under review. Plus there are other 8-port gigabit switches available on Amazon for £15 so cold from me.
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Integral 128GB UltimaPro MicroSDXC Card w/ Adapter £24.99

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Recently bought a new phone which supports external storage so have been on the lookout for a 128gb card to take advantage of the slot. This seems to be the best priced one I could find and may be use…
lmryder Avatarlmryder4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago21 Comments
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azual
I bought Integral Ultima Pro 128 GB Class 10 Micro SDXC Memory Card with Adapter directly from amazon and when using SD Insight it detects it as Netcom Technology (HK) Ltd. Also it says the size is 129GB and the most I can get from this card is 20 write and 65 read.
Is this a fake?
azual
It's same price on amazon.co.uk now, probably more safe.
shadders139
plath
Are these rubbish then? A load of people keep saying that they can't write more than 65gbs on these.

i've had no problem writing more than 65gb so far, currently at 90gb, so should be fine
Mecoconuts
1966mcta
Got mine and when installed says 116gb free

That's correct.

"The reason has to do with math and marketing.

Humans think about numbers in base 10, the decimal numeral system, because we have 10 fingers and 10 toes. That’s why the parts of numbers are called “digits” — just like the parts of our hands and feet.

Computers, on the other hand, think in base 2, the binary numeral system.

Herein lies the root of the issue. The “brilliant” marketing gurus at data storage companies decided early on that all their products should be marketed in the decimal system, since that’s what consumers understand.

Therefore, one megabyte on their products is equal to 1,000,000 bytes, and one gigabyte is equal to 1,000,000,000 bytes. To a computer, however, a megabyte is 1,048,576 bytes and a gigabyte is 1,073,741,824 bytes.

Thus, for each gigabyte advertised in base 10, you’re actually receiving about 70 megabytes less than a gigabyte in base 2.

Take a close look at the box your hard drive or memory card came in, and you’ll notice asterisks. Look for the fine print, and you’ll see a disclaimer stating that the figures are stated in base 10."


Also there will be a hidden partition for your device to use for system files, etc.....and your 116Gb is what's left !
1966mcta
Got mine and when installed says 116gb free
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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S25 USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 150MB/s £19.99 (£18.79 with code) Delivered @ MyMemory

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Connection: USB3.0 Read Speed: 150MB/s Write Speed: 60MB/s I believe this is the cheapest its ever been... usually around £25? >>>>> Thanks to kashiboi11: DISCOUNT CODE: TOPLEX brings price down t…
DevilzGtr AvatarDevilzGtr1m, 2h agoFound 1 month, 2 hours ago38 Comments
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PhilK
Been amused at "had ONE and it's fine" and even "don't handle too much" !!!! oO
Well you aren't supposed to handle them like an unexploded bomb but going by my own and others experiences..... Maybe you ARE
jimunix
schnide
I've had the lower capacity one of these and the build quality is horrible. Genuinely avoid these imho, no matter how attractive it might seem right now. It's useless having a 128GB USB stick if you can't even get your PC to read it. Sorry OP, but voting cold - avoid.


​I have the 32 Gb model plugged into my Incredisonic media streamer. Hasn't missed a beat in a year. Fine if you don't handle them too much?
FlexR
PhilK
I've yet to have ANYTHING Lexar which lasts more than a year or so. TWO USB sticks failed on me, two SD micro cards have too. Good deal, but Lexar......

Admittedly I only have one 64GB Lexar (Orange) and it's lasted 3 years used daily for video from PS4 > MacBook > PC > YouTube upload (USB 3.0) I guess I got lucky?


Not planning on ordering as no need but:
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We can let you know when this product is back in stock, simply click notify me.

Edited By: FlexR on Jan 15, 2016 21:38
daniver
Build quality on these is very poor - the UBS plug is retractable for protection but the flimsy catch that keeps the connector locked in place isn't strong enough and the plug just goes inside the case as you try to plug it in. You have to hold it in place with a finger or thumb as you plug it in.

Can't fault the speed though - very fast write and read speeds and had the stick for several months using it most days with no reliability problems. Having said that, my Lexar 128GB micro SD card has just failed on me after 6 months - the card has switched to read only mode, can't write to it, can't format it but can still read the contents. Luckily Amazon sent me a replacement.
baladar
Those JumpDrives with the metal connectors are the good ones. Not this model.

I''ve got about 6 Lexar USB sticks that have never failed me (oldest being about 6 years old now)
701

Sumvision Gigabit 1000 Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack at MyMemory for £23.99

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Connect network devices around the home easily using these Homeplug adapters at speed up to 1000Mbs Previous cheapest was £24.99.
Jamazoid AvatarJamazoid1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago40 Comments
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tezray
bobbytinnyc
Will these work with Trendnet TPL-406E2K?
Someone said they will work with any other make but the speed will go down to the slowest speed of a different make
bobbytinnyc
Will these work with Trendnet TPL-406E2K?
AdamBrunt
t0lerence
biglugs1
TehJumpingJawa
jihadijulz
Now these look good...but so expensivehttp://www.powerethernet.com/product/range.html
Seems like a nonsense product to me.
If you're going to integrate connectivity, you don't use crappy powerline - you lay ethernet cables.
Rubbishy comment. I have a whole network of powerline adapters and they work perfectly well.

Quick question, is it possible to add say 3 or 4 of these powerlines and get them all to see each other? Or is it only like a peer to peer setup where they can only see one another connected in pairs?

If they can see each other, do they also work across different brands? Thanks in advance


​You can have as many of them on the same network as you like; different brands and different speeds - but if there are a range of speeds then they will all drop to the slowest speed
t0lerence
biglugs1
TehJumpingJawa
jihadijulz
Now these look good...but so expensivehttp://www.powerethernet.com/product/range.html
Seems like a nonsense product to me.
If you're going to integrate connectivity, you don't use crappy powerline - you lay ethernet cables.
Rubbishy comment. I have a whole network of powerline adapters and they work perfectly well.

Quick question, is it possible to add say 3 or 4 of these powerlines and get them all to see each other? Or is it only like a peer to peer setup where they can only see one another connected in pairs?

If they can see each other, do they also work across different brands? Thanks in advance
biglugs1
TehJumpingJawa
jihadijulz
Now these look good...but so expensivehttp://www.powerethernet.com/product/range.html

Seems like a nonsense product to me.

If you're going to integrate connectivity, you don't use crappy powerline - you lay ethernet cables.


Rubbishy comment. I have a whole network of powerline adapters and they work perfectly well.
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Integral 128GB Micro SDXC Card UHS-I U1 - 90MB/s 24.99 (Delivered)

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Up to 90MB/s transfer speed* - microSDHC/XC Class 10 - UHS-I, Class 1 specification - SD Adapter included - 5 year warranty Tags Classes: Class 10, U1 Read Speed: 90MB/s Bus Mode: UHS-I Product Cod
siddu Avatarsiddu1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago3 Comments
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Narcotix
I returned it just last week as it would only let me use 65GB before coruupting data
gordondr1980
is it genuine? some have virtual storage, like the ones on ebay
pavel76
Already posted
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Kingston mobilelite wireless memory card £12.99 @ mymemory

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At My Memory Great Device and best price since Black Friday. Use the Kingston MobileLite Wireless Card Reader with Any Smart Phone/Iphone. Unlimited access to your favourite videos, music, photos and…
bond0077 Avatarbond00771m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago7 Comments
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bond0077
Said it was good buy, will put expired
amour3k
Admin .. please Expire, this is now £14.99 ..... lol. :-)
jackbremer
Anyone know if I can transfer TO iPhone main camera roll FROM this (off an SD card of DSLR pics for example)?

Or if you can access files on an SD card direct in apps eg Snapseed, in order to edit and save back to the SD or to camera roll and then share on social media..?
bond0077
Have tried to put in My Memory but it's already there and won't allow me to do anything as its dulled out ( saying My Memory as the Merchant) but I did put it on strange. Thanks for letting me know
amour3k
jackbremer
I've not had the need but the people I know who have this swear by it

I got this for £10 during the Black Friday Weekend .. I'm hoping they'll come to that same price again at some point in the near to distant future? (either via MyMemory, or via whoever is so now offering ..... hahaha).

As I want more. :-)