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Updated: April 29, 2016

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MyMemory 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive 140MB/s Read, 80MB/s Write £37.99 mymemory

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DEAL5 code for 5% off Good deal for those who are looking for 256MB flash drive...
pavel76 Avatarpavel762d, 15h agoFound 2 days, 15 hours ago4 Comments
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3guesses
Cor, someone doesn't like this. Any reason? Looks pretty good to me.
I don't have any experience with this one myself, but if the 256GB model is like the 128G model, then it's performance will be nothing like the 140MB/s read and 80MB/s write stated, more likely will be close to 10Mb/s write speed - which is just to slow to be practical for a drive of this capacity. You can get some much better 256GB drives from proper brands that are not much more expensive.
But that's just my guess at why this deal is rated cold.
This is newer chip with much higher speeds than previously - people confirms 80mb/s write speed. Could you you show us better alternative around same money please ?

Fair enough if it as a newer chip, as I said at the start, I don't have any experience with this memory stick. I was just offering a possible explaination to "3guesses" as to why the deal is being voted cold despite being the cheapest 256GB USB 3.0 flash drive available.

As for alternatives, MyMemory also has the Lexar 256GB JumpDrive S75 for £44.99 (which I think it is the cheapest you can get that one) - it has reviewed well (according to Google reviews) and my previous experience with smaller Lexar USB3 drives would give me confidence in this one performing well.
pavel76
Steviepunk
3guesses
Cor, someone doesn't like this. Any reason? Looks pretty good to me.
I don't have any experience with this one myself, but if the 256GB model is like the 128G model, then it's performance will be nothing like the 140MB/s read and 80MB/s write stated, more likely will be close to 10Mb/s write speed - which is just to slow to be practical for a drive of this capacity. You can get some much better 256GB drives from proper brands that are not much more expensive.
But that's just my guess at why this deal is rated cold.
This is newer chip with much higher speeds than previously - people confirms 80mb/s write speed. Could you you show us better alternative around same money please ?
Steviepunk
3guesses
Cor, someone doesn't like this. Any reason? Looks pretty good to me.

I don't have any experience with this one myself, but if the 256GB model is like the 128GB model, then it's performance will be nothing like the 140MB/s read and 80MB/s write stated, more likely will be close to 10Mb/s write speed - which is just too slow to be practical for a drive of this capacity. You can get some much better 256GB drives from proper brands that are not much more expensive.

But that's just my guess at why this deal is rated cold.

Edited By: Steviepunk on Apr 30, 2016 11:24
3guesses
Cor, someone doesn't like this. Any reason? Looks pretty good to me.
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Integral 128GB Micro SD Card SDXC UHS-I + OTG Reader £23.74 from Mymemory + TCB

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To get 5% discount, use code DEAL5 (thanks to Pavel76 for the heads up). Also, don't forget TCB - 4.04%. Mine tracked straight away at 94p bringing this to a tidy £22.80! We all know what uses there…
woldranger Avatarwoldranger4d, 19h agoFound 4 days, 19 hours ago9 Comments
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galactus2013
Decent read speed. Write speeds are OK at 15-20MB/s. Wouldn't use it for adopt storage on Android or anything. Hot price though. Heat
joshfarley
Helped a lot thanks
PhilK
Frequently £5 cheaper than that on Amazon and elsewhere. Worth waiting.
woldranger
3guesses
I think this has been slightly cheaper before, but don't recall anything cheaper:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/integral-128gb-micro-sdxc-uhs-u1-card-23-46-mymemory-with-code-2404329


​Yeah, it's a solid price but none of the others I've seen have one these otg adapters - wondered if they'd be useful for people.

Has anyone had first hand experience of this card?
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Integral 120GB P Series 4 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive | £23.27 with code @ MyMemory

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MyMemory has lowered the price yet again for their Integral 120GB P Series 4 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive with free delivery! Use code: MM5FB to get £23.27 price!
iHate AvatariHate6d, 16h agoFound 6 days, 16 hours ago63 Comments
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JamesSmith
I read the previous threads on this, may arrive by Tuesday, but expect it to take UP to two weeks.
They were coming from Switzerland but are this batch. Recipients - did you have an import sticker on your packaging?

Mine did, yes.
JamesSmith
defeatsugar
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ukez
defeatsugar
Laura Palmer
ukez
Laura Palmer
Has anyone who ordered this received it yet? I ordered Tuesday and nothing yet despite shipping confirmation on Wednesday.
Got it Thursday..
any good ? When did you order ??
Havent received mine yet either. Dispatched on 26th. I feel very disappointed by their delivery service. I wonder if what they said about dispatch is even true.
What are you disappointed for, yours said dispatched on Tuesday 26th April, their terms say 3-5 business days; its what you agreed too. X)Business days:
Day 1 (Wed 27th), Day 2 (Thur 28th), Day 3 (Fri 29th) = 3 DAYS LOLWeekend:
Sat 30th, Sun 1st MayBank Holiday:
Mon 2nd (doesn't count)Business days:
Day 4 (Tue 3rd), Day 5 (Wed 4th) <----- Your not meant to complain until then mate LOL
I think mine took 5 business days to arrive. And don't forget Monday is a Bank Holiday so you won't be getting it before Tuesday now.
Thanks for the expected date, will look forward to Tuesday. :)

I read the previous threads on this, may arrive by Tuesday, but expect it to take UP to two weeks.

They were coming from Switzerland but are this batch. Recipients - did you have an import sticker on your packaging?
defeatsugar
3guesses
ukez
defeatsugar
Laura Palmer
ukez
Laura Palmer
Has anyone who ordered this received it yet? I ordered Tuesday and nothing yet despite shipping confirmation on Wednesday.
Got it Thursday..
any good ? When did you order ??
Havent received mine yet either. Dispatched on 26th. I feel very disappointed by their delivery service. I wonder if what they said about dispatch is even true.
What are you disappointed for, yours said dispatched on Tuesday 26th April, their terms say 3-5 business days; its what you agreed too. X)Business days:
Day 1 (Wed 27th), Day 2 (Thur 28th), Day 3 (Fri 29th) = 3 DAYS LOLWeekend:
Sat 30th, Sun 1st MayBank Holiday:
Mon 2nd (doesn't count)Business days:
Day 4 (Tue 3rd), Day 5 (Wed 4th) <----- Your not meant to complain until then mate LOL

I think mine took 5 business days to arrive. And don't forget Monday is a Bank Holiday so you won't be getting it before Tuesday now.


Thanks for the expected date, will look forward to Tuesday. :)
defeatsugar
You are lucky, you received yours in 3 days. After experiencing brilliant delivery service from other retailers like amazon, of course I am disappointed when item does not arrive on the 3rd day.
3guesses
ukez
defeatsugar
Laura Palmer
ukez
Laura Palmer
Has anyone who ordered this received it yet? I ordered Tuesday and nothing yet despite shipping confirmation on Wednesday.
Got it Thursday..
any good ? When did you order ??
Havent received mine yet either. Dispatched on 26th. I feel very disappointed by their delivery service. I wonder if what they said about dispatch is even true.
What are you disappointed for, yours said dispatched on Tuesday 26th April, their terms say 3-5 business days; its what you agreed too. X)Business days:
Day 1 (Wed 27th), Day 2 (Thur 28th), Day 3 (Fri 29th) = 3 DAYS LOLWeekend:
Sat 30th, Sun 1st MayBank Holiday:
Mon 2nd (doesn't count)Business days:
Day 4 (Tue 3rd), Day 5 (Wed 4th) <----- Your not meant to complain until then mate LOL

I think mine took 5 business days to arrive. And don't forget Monday is a Bank Holiday so you won't be getting it before Tuesday now.
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Kingston 8GB 1600 MHz DDR3L SODIMM 1.35V 204-Pin Memory | £18.48 @ MyMemory

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Awesome price, haven't seen it this low! Kingston 8GB 1600 MHz DDR3L Non-ECC CL11 SODIMM 1.35V 204-Pin Memory Module.
iHate AvatariHate6d, 18h agoFound 6 days, 18 hours ago4 Comments
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Agharta
Part No in description is for a 4GB stick seemingly - KVR16LS11/4.
skyla20
says out of stock, never mind.
onamission100
Heat added, hope it's not a misprice
pacmann
Any good for a Mac Mini?
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Integral 16GB Neon USB Flash Drives - 10 Pack £23.74 delivered @ My Memory

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Not the fastest and greatest but works out £2.37 per 16GB. Great for using as setup drives USB 2.0 5% off Voucher code: MM5FB 4.2% cashback with topcashback
DevilzGtr AvatarDevilzGtr6d, 20h agoFound 6 days, 20 hours ago14 Comments
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creativeprofessor
Good deal
mikerr
Bootable may be whether they appear to the bios as a removable drive or fixed disk ?
DevilzGtr
overworked
reddit
Note that there are some models of the Neon series that are not bootable.
Bought a pack recently where half were and half not.
I didn't know that USB drives could be non-bootable.
I was thinking of getting these to create bootable windows recovery drives.
How can I check if the drives are bootable before creating and wiping my OS

I will test it out when I get mine and report back :)
Hopefully the deal will go on until then
Not sure what to do with them if its not bootable lol
overworked
reddit
Note that there are some models of the Neon series that are not bootable.
Bought a pack recently where half were and half not.

I didn't know that USB drives could be non-bootable.
I was thinking of getting these to create bootable windows recovery drives.
How can I check if the drives are bootable before creating and wiping my OS
ollie87
Heh, might try a RAID Array.
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Samsung 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive FIt - Read130MB/s-Write110MB/S £23.74 @ My Memory

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Samsung 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive FIt is back in discount. Use code for 5% discount: MM5FB In my personal opinion the best 128GB USB for the range-price. - Read speed of 130MB/s and write speed of 11…
mchcreations Avatarmchcreations1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago13 Comments
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Agharta
RueFondary
....The write speeds with small files (FLACs) are definitely much lower (10-25 MB/s), which is fine if one has realistic expectations and remains suitable for many applications.
FLAC files aren't usually so small so 10-25 MB/s is disappointing. I'd expect that with files under 1MB.
quadpatch
I got this card recently. Brilliant little card. These are the benchmarks I got:
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-7X4CFHG3O2Q/Vwi3Tnjh6DI/AAAAAAAAExI/oHgNgsHCmf4n7dTeAwHGbE8NL373p27pACCo/s403/Samsung%2BMini%2BUSB%2B128GB.jpg

Edited By: quadpatch on Apr 25, 2016 07:45: proper picture link
reddit
mchcreations
reddit
If it can really attain the claimed write speed, then it looks like great value.
Doesn't say how long the guarantee is though.
Have some heat.
You can read it at Samsungs website on the link I posted. It says:
"Warranty: 5 years limited"
And is written in the package as well, example with the 64 version:http://easywellhk.com/ufiles/1444189507.jpg

Thanks for the clarification.

Looks like a great deal all round then.
apeman69
Using this in my Asus Transformer T100 and it is quicker than the 32GB internal storage in everything but the 4K files (read & write). It's now permanently plugged into the USB 3 port of the keyboard and I install all additional programs to this USB drive to save space on the boot disc. It's noticeably faster opening and using programs from this than the boot drive of the PC. When I benchmarked it I found it reported to be faster than all the USB flash drives and internal hard drives that I have (144 read, 108 write sequential). It is only slower than the OCZ SSD I have in my desktop. Paid £24 and it is absolutely the best performance for money memory product I have bought so far. It's about time that a USB flash drive actually delivered some respectable performance. I agree with the comment about heat during use. I moved 46GB from my Samsung microSD card (in the T100) to this at a painfully slow 20-25MB/s (limited by the MicroSD card) and there was negligable heat from the Samsung Fit during the 40-45 minutes this took. I am, of course, using USB 3 with my T100. USB 2 will be slower.
mchcreations
reddit
If it can really attain the claimed write speed, then it looks like great value.
Doesn't say how long the guarantee is though.
Have some heat.
You can read it at Samsungs website on the link I posted. It says:
"Warranty: 5 years limited"

And is written in the package as well, example with the 64 version:
http://easywellhk.com/ufiles/1444189507.jpg
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MyMemory 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Red £16.99 or 2 for just £32.00

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MyMemory 128GB USB 3.0 Flash drive, £16.99 or just £16.00 if you buy 2 or more. Probably not the fastest USB 3.0 in the world, but a lot of storage for not a lot of money
Toxic_Waste AvatarToxic_Waste1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago2 Comments
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Already posted

Okay, I'll expire it
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MyMemory 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - £16.14 delivered

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Great price for 128GB Perfect for people who dont want the fastest flash drive out there. Specification 128 GB USB 3.0 1 Year Warranty For Mac and PC, No Driver Required No External Power Required F…
blacksky200 Avatarblacksky2001w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago7 Comments
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KongDonkey
Ordered thanks
reddit
Had one of these for ages.

Read and write top out at around 25Mb/s, which is no great shakes at all but for the price, OK.

Mine has been very reliable so far.
3guesses
Quids
Just bought two of these. One works perfectly, great drive imo. The other is faulty so returning it. No biggie though and still hot imo.

Any speed figures (eg from h2testw)? And does the (working) drive get hot when plugged in or in operation?
Quids
Just bought two of these. One works perfectly, great drive imo. The other is faulty so returning it. No biggie though and still hot imo.
blacksky200
Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised if MyMemory gets one of the bigger brands like Lexar to make it for them...Or both the big brands and MyMemory (and others) go to the same manufacturer.
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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S45 USB 3.0 Flash Drive 150MB/s - Black £24.99 @ MyMemory

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Seems like a good deal reduced from £34.99, The blob from site Plug-and-stay storage for your favorite devices. Easily expand the storage capabilities of your laptop, TV, or car stereo system with
smokenlazer Avatarsmokenlazer1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago3 Comments
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jackbremer
Got this, is tiny and wonderful
majdzinski1979
3guesses
The Lexar S75 128GB USB 3.0 ("up to 150MB/s read & 60MB/s write") is currently available for under £20:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lexar-128gb-jumpdrive-s75-usb-3-0-flash-drive-19-99-delivered-mymemory-using-code-2434248


​There is one thing.....its 4xdiameter not necessarily nice in car audio system for example.
+ hot from me. ;)
3guesses
The Lexar S75 128GB USB 3.0 ("up to 150MB/s read & 60MB/s write") is currently available for under £20:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lexar-128gb-jumpdrive-s75-usb-3-0-flash-drive-19-99-delivered-mymemory-using-code-2434248
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Integral 128GB Fusion USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 130MB/s - £24.99 @ MyMemory

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Seems like a good deal, the usual blob USB solution. - Can remain in a laptop or netbook's USB socket without getting in the way in general use or getting knocked and causing damaged to the USB por…
smokenlazer Avatarsmokenlazer1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago14 Comments
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Jouster: +1000 comments, obviously you like to talk a lot of sh*t,
grow up
smokenlazer
jouster
Steeljedi
jouster
write speeds are pitiful...for the same money get yourself a Sandisk extreme (albeit only 64GB) with write speeds of close to 200 mb/s
How are companies still peddling this garbage..its basically redressed USB 2 rubbish
Funny, Sandisk extreme do a rugged USB 3.0 pen with 50% less speed that is albeit only half the size and you think it is comparable!? USB 2.0 is max theoretical 64mbs transfer speed so if this is a 'redressed USB 2' that is more than twice as fast as the max USB 2 theoretical speed, wow these guys have done something amazing, or you are ill informed and spouting tosh.
I'm not saying that these ARE USB2 redressed, just that they are not giving what many USB3 sticks give...SPEED...the write speed on these things and most other cheaper memory sticks are terrible....and this is evident as the packaging and advertising always states the read speed....if the write speed were decent, they'd quote that too.
The Sandisk Extreme 32 and 64GB USB3 sticks quote a 190 mb/s write speed and I can confirm I've seen that with my own tests
I's sorry if the OP's feelings have been hurt...maybe next time post a decent deal...

Dont be childish lad, u think i give two flying FU*KS what you think, haha
jouster
Steeljedi
jouster
write speeds are pitiful...for the same money get yourself a Sandisk extreme (albeit only 64GB) with write speeds of close to 200 mb/s
How are companies still peddling this garbage..its basically redressed USB 2 rubbish
Funny, Sandisk extreme do a rugged USB 3.0 pen with 50% less speed that is albeit only half the size and you think it is comparable!? USB 2.0 is max theoretical 64mbs transfer speed so if this is a 'redressed USB 2' that is more than twice as fast as the max USB 2 theoretical speed, wow these guys have done something amazing, or you are ill informed and spouting tosh.

I'm not saying that these ARE USB2 redressed, just that they are not giving what many USB3 sticks give...SPEED...the write speed on these things and most other cheaper memory sticks are terrible....and this is evident as the packaging and advertising always states the read speed....if the write speed were decent, they'd quote that too.

The Sandisk Extreme 32 and 64GB USB3 sticks quote a 190 mb/s write speed and I can confirm I've seen that with my own tests

I's sorry if the OP's feelings have been hurt...maybe next time post a decent deal...
jouster
smokenlazer
jouster
I've added an important part i omitted before, regardless even for 64gb only, its far better value a stick than the originally posted garbage
well dont write your deal on my deal, create a new deal!

I not posting a deal...I'm m just stating that your posted deal isn't a very good one...that's what these comments are for...to let potential purchasers know that these things are cheap for a reason...they are crap...other comments seem to say the same
SlightlyFoxed
I've bought these before - slow as ****.
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Bt Arcnet Powerline Adapter Twin Pack with Passthrough - 200Mbps £14.39 delivered @ MyMemory (Using code)

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Back down to £15.99 again today, you can get another 10% off using Code: ARC10 This Pair of BT Arcnet Networks Powerline uses the Intellon INT6400 chipset to bring 200Mbps Networking to your home. Ea…
NeoTrix AvatarNeoTrix1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago34 Comments
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hatterlad
Thanks for this. Don't forget 11% cashback through Quidco.
nige182
Mrjimmy
Do these work if you plug them into an extension lead? Or do they need to be directly plugged into the wall?

I have used them before (not this exact set but another set of powerline adapters) plugged into an extension lead fine. Obviously it is better to plug directly into the wall if you can as then the signal is only travelling down the thicker ring main cables rather than the extension cable as well, with these having a passthrough mains socket, that is the idea for these to allow you to still plug whatever you want in after them.
Mrjimmy
Do these work if you plug them into an extension lead? Or do they need to be directly plugged into the wall?
bengdogg
slashformayor
Are these any good? Looking to stream my xbox upstairs

I have the TP link 500mbps ones for the same reason and they are fantastic. The connection is totally solid and runs at about 86mps on different cicuits. I would expect these will do the job just as well as at highest quality the streaming will peak at around 17mbps from testing different games.


Edited By: bengdogg on Apr 21, 2016 13:10
furblefawks
1616french
Will this stop movies buffering I watch on my Firestick?
I get so tired of all the screen freezing and buffering when I'm watching movies or football.
I'm currently using Sky unlimited broadband,we don't have the Sky fibre in this area just yet.


​Try installing wifi analyser on your phone. See if your router is on the same band as everyone else's. Move it away from that. It should help a little bit! (^_-)
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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive £19.99 Delivered @ MyMemory (Using Code)

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Code: LEXHK20 Takes the price from £24.99 down to £19.99 **Speeds up to 150MB/s read & 60MB/s write** These sort of specs are probably about right around the £22.50 - £25 mark. With the code I think…
NeoTrix AvatarNeoTrix1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago34 Comments
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PhilK
Just arrived, just tested it and getting a reading of 131.5 read and 120.4 mbs write.That is fast, and far better than expected
[img]http://i1248.photobucket.com/albums/hh483/avtokrator1/Capture_1.jpg[/img]

Edited By: PhilK on Apr 27, 2016 11:24: .
nickpc
Thanks just ordered! For those saying the code doesn't work it looks to be case sensitive so make sure it's all in caps!
zumbanerangkuba
jnigel26
I'm not worried about speed and just wanted something around 32 GB. So about to pass this by and get a ping, email from e-buyer, Toshiba 32 GB USB 2.0 (as said not worried about that) - how much?
£4.98 ...that will suit me!
Chucked it straight in my basket and ...Uhh?
What's happened to their free delivery?
£6.98 delivery! Must be joking. I liked e-buyer, but that's it.
Or am I missing something, any vouchers codes out there for free delivery?
Linkhttp://www.ebuyer.com/shop/daily-deals?utm_source=2016-04-21&utm_medium=campaign_email&utm_campaign=B2C_%28Thursday%29_Openers
Just tried again, put 2 this time in my basket, says free delivery, go to checkout, delivery £6.98!!!
HELP!!! What am I doing wrong. Don't usually have problem checking out. Doing my head in ...please tell me i'm missing something, not had good day. Could do with a couple of these, or 1 at least!

On the lower right part with the gray box that says deliver my order, there is a drop down list. Select "Within 5 working days (Super Saver)" and it should charge you 0.00 for delivery.
jnigel26
I'm not worried about speed and just wanted something around 32 GB. So about to pass this by and get a ping, email from e-buyer, Toshiba 32 GB USB 2.0 (as said not worried about that) - how much?
£4.98 ...that will suit me!
Chucked it straight in my basket and ...Uhh?
What's happened to their free delivery?
£6.98 delivery! Must be joking. I liked e-buyer, but that's it.
Or am I missing something, any vouchers codes out there for free delivery?
Link
http://www.ebuyer.com/shop/daily-deals?utm_source=2016-04-21&utm_medium=campaign_email&utm_campaign=B2C_%28Thursday%29_Openers

Just tried again, put 2 this time in my basket, says FREE DELIVERY (no asterisk, like on the other logos, so it should be free, but go to checkout, delivery £6.98!!!
HELP!!! What am I doing wrong. Don't usually have problem checking out. Doing my head in ...please tell me i'm missing something, not had good day. Could do with a couple of these, or 1 at least!

All fine! SORTED! FREE DELIVERY! (I hadn't signed in, idiot! Once signed in I got FREE DELIVERY!) :D

Edited By: jnigel26 on Apr 21, 2016 17:35: ed
Goopster
The USB stick on the previous deal that people are referring to was an S25 model. This one is an S75 model.
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Kingston 128GB DataTraveler SE9 G2 USB 3.0 Flash Drive - £23.74 @ Mymemory

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USE CODE: MM5FB to reduce to 23.74 Nice study items these. Reliable and have never let me down. Fits on a keyring securly to. Details Store, transfer and share your favourite photos, videos, music a…
kiefer Avatarkiefer2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago8 Comments
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barbiee
Weird that people complain about these sticks getting hot. That means the heat is dissipating away from the chip itself. That is a good thing. Y'all would rather the heat stayed there, bringing up the temperature of the chip? How odd.
If the casing is hot then the chips are hotter. Electronics + heat is rarely a good thing...
barbiee
Weird that people complain about these sticks getting hot. That means the heat is dissipating away from the chip itself. That is a good thing. Y'all would rather the heat stayed there, bringing up the temperature of the chip? How odd.
BlackwellNik
Write 'speed' of 15MB/s are stupidly slow for a USB 3.0 pen drive. There are plenty of Lexar on there for exactly the same price which are rated four times faster at writing, and cost exactly the same price.
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slawekgem
that drive gets very hot very fast. not deal wise.
That makes it a big no-no for me then.
slawekgem
that drive gets very hot very fast. not deal wise.
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Toshiba 128GB Exceria Pro Micro SD (SDXC) Card for £24.99 MyMemory

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MyMemory have the Toshiba 128GB microSD with SD card adapter for £24.99 and free delivery option. Also apply the 5% off voucher code to reduce and via Quidco for a great price.
Taff AvatarTaff2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago15 Comments
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1979crazy
jonnydowe
1979crazy
DWWM
What is the 5% off voucher code?
​MM5FB is the 5% code
just ordered the Integral
Has it arrived yet? How is it?


​still not arrived
3guesses
Taff
Got mine today and running CrystalDiskMark I see:
Seq Q32T1: Read 44.32 MB/s; Write 14.08 MB/s
4K Q32T1: Read 5.730 MB/s; Write 0.931 MB/s
Seq: Read 45.51 MB/s; Write 14.05 MB/s
4K: Read 5.092 MB/s; Write 0.896 MB/s
To my fairly untrained eye, that really doesn't look very good...
mettacell
Disgusting card. Just crushed that I was using in my raspberry pi. Months of OS customisations gone in a sec. My bad, relied on Toshiba and did not keep an image backup. Be aware!

Edited By: mettacell on Apr 15, 2016 20:16
Taff
Got mine today and running CrystalDiskMark I see:

Seq Q32T1: Read 44.32 MB/s; Write 14.08 MB/s
4K Q32T1: Read 5.730 MB/s; Write 0.931 MB/s
Seq: Read 45.51 MB/s; Write 14.05 MB/s
4K: Read 5.092 MB/s; Write 0.896 MB/s
jonnydowe
1979crazy
DWWM
What is the 5% off voucher code?
​MM5FB is the 5% code
just ordered the Integral
Has it arrived yet? How is it?
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Bt Arcnet Powerline Adapter Twin Pack with Passthrough - 200Mbps £15.99 @ My Memory

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This might be useful for some people "This Pair of BT Arcnet Networks Powerline uses the Intellon INT6400 chipset to bring 200Mbps Networking to your home. Easy and quick to Install. They are universa…
popeye1 Avatarpopeye12w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago29 Comments
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Thar
steevieboy4u
Thar
bulletfoss
Good price, I had one just randomly die on me after a year, but the other still works.
The old BT ones I had all died. They don't like being turned on and off, a bit like routers, you're better leaving them on all the time. If you know what you're doing with a soldering iron, you could probably fix them, I think it's the capacitors that blow.
Any idea which capacitors need replacing?
Both of the ones I had died, probably as you said as I kept turning them on and off.......Won't be doing that again with these things, I also do it with my router as its on a timer and turns off at night. Touch wood its not failed in over 2 years of doing that but may have to change that now I've read your comment.

No sorry I don't. A Google may find the answer. There's usually a fair few faulty ones for sale on eBay, anyone that knows what they're doing could probably fix them cheap enough. I just threw mine as I don't have a soldering iron.

If your router is happy, carry on what you're doing. Mine are left on for months at a time, maybe that's the difference.
steevieboy4u
Thar
bulletfoss
Good price, I had one just randomly die on me after a year, but the other still works.
The old BT ones I had all died. They don't like being turned on and off, a bit like routers, you're better leaving them on all the time. If you know what you're doing with a soldering iron, you could probably fix them, I think it's the capacitors that blow.

Any idea which capacitors need replacing?

Both of the ones I had died, probably as you said as I kept turning them on and off.......Won't be doing that again with these things, I also do it with my router as its on a timer and turns off at night. Touch wood its not failed in over 2 years of doing that but may have to change that now I've read your comment.
steevieboy4u
Deal ended..... £18.99 now
demos30
Thar
demos30
not voting but BT truly are the worst at customer service and support.

This thread has nothing to do with BT?


​no but the adapters are manufactured by BT and if they develop any problems you can forget about get any support from them.
Thar
demos30
not voting but BT truly are the worst at customer service and support.

This thread has nothing to do with BT?
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Lexar 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 150MB/s £18.99 Delivered With discount Code @ MyMemory

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Lexar 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 150MB/s £18.99 Delivered with Code Bargain!!
JeanPierrePapin AvatarJeanPierrePapin3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago27 Comments
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retropolis
Price is now £24.95 - 10th April 2016
BlackAle
stepearce
The same could be said for any flash drive post using that 'logic' - as I am sure you are no doubt aware, a certain percentage of any flash drive is not accessible, rather used by the drive itself for processing and the like. We, as reasonable consumers, choose to overlook this for clarity and simplicity. I trust you will be posting similar comments for every USB drive post that is posted on here. Look out people, reality checks are coming for us all. Gather the hairs for splitting....

You're talking nonsense now. There is not an inaccessible part of a USB drive or any drive, solid state drives may use over-provisioning, but you still receive the capacity you paid for.

I'm guessing you're confused by the difference between GB & GiB. Drives are sold using the GB notation, but most OS's use the GiB notation, so a 1TB drive appears as 931GiB.

What isn't logical is buying a £15 '1TB USB' or £18 '2TB USB' and expecting to receive that. The cost of NAND flash tor a 1TB USB would be many multiples of that cost alone. I suggest you run h2testw on your drive, then report back with the results.



Edited By: BlackAle on Apr 07, 2016 23:45: Added over-provisioning edit.
stepearce
BlackAle
stepearce
For those looking for capacity over speed, have a look at the Wish app (probably available from other sources as Wish is just a supplier-gatherer) - 1TB for £15, 2TB for £18 inc. delivery from China. I've got 4 of the 1TB keys and all check out around 930GB-ish of usable memory. This may have been noted before so apologies if this is so
Fake rubbish, try writing 930GB and then reading it back.
The same could be said for any flash drive post using that 'logic' - as I am sure you are no doubt aware, a certain percentage of any flash drive is not accessible, rather used by the drive itself for processing and the like. We, as reasonable consumers, choose to overlook this for clarity and simplicity. I trust you will be posting similar comments for every USB drive post that is posted on here. Look out people, reality checks are coming for us all. Gather the hairs for splitting....
BlackAle
stepearce
For those looking for capacity over speed, have a look at the Wish app (probably available from other sources as Wish is just a supplier-gatherer) - 1TB for £15, 2TB for £18 inc. delivery from China. I've got 4 of the 1TB keys and all check out around 930GB-ish of usable memory. This may have been noted before so apologies if this is so

Fake rubbish, try writing 930GB and then reading it back.
bogglesmith2
iwelford
I have the 32gb version of this key and I really can't recommend it.
there was no problem with speed, and I have not lost my data, however the stick itself is made of poor quality plastic. this might not have been an issue itself, however the actual USB part itself that you insert into a USB port is also made of plastic, and this is prone to breaking.
I am not heavy handed, but it all it took was 2 months of use for that to break. it's a real shame that they did not think to make this part metal as this would have been a really decent USB key for the price! if you plan on plugging it into something and leaving it there. you won't have any issues though.

Yeah, the connector's no good. Mine didn't break as such, but just wore down from use after about a year. I had to jiggle it around in the USB slot to get it to show up. Very poor design.
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SANDISK 128GB ULTRA DUAL USB 3.0 only £24.95 at Mymemory.co.uk

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I just found this and thought it was too good of a deal not to share. My local tesco is selling the 32GB version for £16 and I almost bought it. Im really glad I didnt after finding this deal!
Phil2016 AvatarPhil20164w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago13 Comments
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kotr
anyone4apint
kotr
Are they bootable.
I'v bought SanDisk 8gb usbs before and they were not bootable
Couldn't leave them back and ended up buying more from a different manufacturer
I use Rufus to build a Win 8 and a Win 10 bootable device with the 32GB one, works perfectly.
Rufus would not work on 8gb for me but that was 2 years ago. They must have made them bootable since then
anyone4apint
kotr
Are they bootable.
I'v bought SanDisk 8gb usbs before and they were not bootable
Couldn't leave them back and ended up buying more from a different manufacturer

I use Rufus to build a Win 8 and a Win 10 bootable device with the 32GB one, works perfectly.
gluttony
I've had 2 of these 128GB version, usb3.0 performance is great, but they are pretty much useless on usb2.0, writing of large files (2GB+) is erratic, starts off okay then drops to close to 0kbps after a few hundred MB
kotr
Are they bootable.
I'v bought SanDisk 8gb usbs before and they were not bootable
Couldn't leave them back and ended up buying more from a different manufacturer
gabs777
Great deal, great build quality, spot on price, so useful, unless you have an iphone
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Samsung 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Fit £23.74 mymemory

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MM5FB code for 5% off Best current price for this usb 3.0 flash drive...
pavel76 Avatarpavel761m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago27 Comments
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xbox-360-elite
Any comparisons between this and the Sandisk UltraFit? I have the latter and it gets ridiculously hot, does this fare any better? Is it as small?
rasdonny
to those who have this,

is the grey bit that has 128gb written on it metal or plastic?

thanks :)
atippett
Lol :)
splender
atippett
Couldn't sleep last night worrying about the dilemma of ordering this because it's such a good deal versus my morale obligation to not buy into a culture by which material things are bought to fulfil an empty desire to plug some sort of gap our collective humanity. Damn you HOTUkD... look what you're doing to me!!! :D
Seek salvation, your temptation did it to yourself ,Hotukdeals is an info source for all only.
atippett
Couldn't sleep last night worrying about the dilemma of ordering this because it's such a good deal versus my morale obligation to not buy into a culture by which material things are bought to fulfil an empty desire to plug some sort of gap our collective humanity. Damn you HOTUkD... look what you're doing to me!!! :D
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SanDisk 128GB Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 150MB/s - £23.72 @ MyMemory with code

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4.2% TopCashback Note this has USB 3.0 read speeds of up to 150MB/s (Almost twice that of their Ultra range which has 80MB/s). If this really doesn't matter to you the Argos deal might be better for
adsham Avataradsham1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago1 Comment
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jouster
i hate it when they quote read speeds...read speeds should always be fast...what are the write speeds...if they don't openly publish them, they are generally pretty rubbish
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INTEGRAL 120GB P SERIES 4 SATA III 2.5" SSD DRIVE £23.74 with code @ mymemory

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use code MM5FB The Performance Series SSD has a great combination of fast data read/write and reliability, along with low power operation - to make this the ideal hard disk drive replacement. Choose…
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ukez
adsham
ukez
How did you guys get on with this HDD?
Anyone ran any benchmarks?
There's a few benchmarks earlier in the thread.
Looks pretty good, i might get one.. thanks
adsham
ukez
How did you guys get on with this HDD?
Anyone ran any benchmarks?

There's a few benchmarks earlier in the thread.
ukez
How did you guys get on with this HDD?

Anyone ran any benchmarks?
3guesses
3guesses
Mine arrived this morning 8-)
Have put it in my old MSI X610 laptop and installed XP Pro 32-bit into a 15GB partition on it from a fairly slow 8GB USB 2 memory stick:
- Initial (Quick) NTFS format and file copy: 3min 50sec
- Second stage of installation (before localisation): 1min 50sec
- Final stage of installation: 4min 00sec
- Time to boot to XP login screen after completion of POST: 13sec
It's a shame I don't have any timings from when I installed XP to the laptop's mechanical disk. It will also be interesting to see how the boot time is affected once I've installed all of the device drivers and software.

I should have mentioned that the above timings were with the "SATA mode" BIOS setting set to "IDE->AHCI". For comparison, with this set to "Native IDE" I got the following equivalent timings:

- Initial (Quick) NTFS format and file copy: 3min 45sec
- Second stage of installation (before localisation): 2min20sec
- Final stage of installation: 3min 50sec
- Time to boot to XP login screen after completion of POST: 15sec

This is a pretty old laptop so I assume it is just SATA I. All timings are fairly approximate but it is interesting to see there really isn't much difference between the IDE and SATA mode for the drive in this process.
captainbeaky
Now 50p cheaper - £24.49 before promo code.