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Star Trek (2009) Movie 4GB USB Flash Drive

You've watched the film, now own it on this very unique USB Flash Drive which comes in an individually numbered Special Edition Collector's box. The drive has another 3GB capacity free to use for storing any other data on it too.

Nice price.
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#1
Great Deal

Just ordered one myself, shame the Transformers 2 version is £7.99

Was gona post it myself (still yet to post a deal . . .) but alas someone beat me to it
#2
Great find! got one!
#3
Bargain, but don't buy it for an xmas present!


Initial viewing on a given device must take place by 31.12.2010
#4
Thanks for sharing, you are a star
#5
What does this mean? Can you not copy the movie onto you PC to back it up?

"This drive can be registered on up to six devices. Once copied, you can use the full 4GB storage as a normal flash drive."

Sin
#6
dcx_badass
TehJumpingJawa
Bargain, but don't buy it for an xmas present!
Initial viewing on a given device must take place by 31.12.2010


the 31st is after the 25th.


Thanks.
#7
Been wanting to see this, plus a 4Gig drive - thanks!
#8
USB 2.0?
#9
sabz786
USB 2.0?


The film was released in 2009.... USB2.0 was released in 2000.
No USB1.0 devices have been made in a very long time.
#10
10% (or is it 4%?) cashback through quidco.

There is also a voucher code "SALES50" which is supposed to give 50% off!
Doesn't do anything for me though; perhaps only applies to certain overpriced items.
#11
" The drive has another 3GB capacity free to use for storing any other data on it too"...so the film itself takes up 1gb then, hardly a hi-def viewing experience. And such an unwieldy shaped stick for regular usage too, one for the hardcore Trekkies methinks!
1 Like #12
Amazon are selling the movie on DVD for the same price. You don't get the 4GB flash drive, but you do get a much higher quality copy of the movie that doesn't have lots of ridiculous limitations imposed on how you can watch it, plus the extra features.

Cold because of the DRM limitations.
#13
Great deal op
#14
TehJumpingJawa
10% (or is it 4%?) cashback through quidco.There is also a voucher code "SALES50" which is supposed to give 50% off!Doesn't do anything for me though; perhaps only applies to certain overpriced items.

The sales code only works on 4pages of outrageously priced products " called the summer sizzlers which are all linked in the email that they sent out yesterday. Here are all the products which you can use that code with. They sent an email out yesterday.

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/clearance%20sale#allProducts
#15
WigBilly
" The drive has another 3GB capacity free to use for storing any other data on it too"...so the film itself takes up 1gb then, hardly a hi-def viewing experience. And such an unwieldy shaped stick for regular usage too, one for the hardcore Trekkies methinks!

have this and for the size it weighs a ton....metal casing.....paid about £6 or £7 and it was a bargain then
#16
I have one of these from the last time it was posted and the stick is in the shape of the StarTrek emblem badge and is made from some kind of metal that is pretty heavy and comes in a nice metal container so well worth the money in my opinion.
#17
What are the dimensions like on this? I'm thinking I could use in on my 360 for portable memory but worrying that it might not fit in the little cut out bit where the USB ports are hidden.

Any help would be much appreciated.
#18
you can't store .avi files on this drive ;)
#19
andydee86
What are the dimensions like on this? I'm thinking I could use in on my 360 for portable memory but worrying that it might not fit in the little cut out bit where the USB ports are hidden.

Any help would be much appreciated.


You get a little usb extension lead with it
#20
hot ! you can't even get a 4gb memory stick for £5

ordered!
#21
mailman
andydee86
What are the dimensions like on this? I'm thinking I could use in on my 360 for portable memory but worrying that it might not fit in the little cut out bit where the USB ports are hidden.

Any help would be much appreciated.


You get a little usb extension lead with it


Thanks a lot I'm ordering now.
#22
monkeydogcat
Amazon are selling the movie on DVD for the same price. You don't get the 4GB flash drive, but you do get a much higher quality copy of the movie that doesn't have lots of ridiculous limitations imposed on how you can watch it, plus the extra features.

Cold because of the DRM limitations.


You are clearly missing the point.
It's a 4GB memory card for £5. That alone makes it hot.
Add (nerd) points for being a funky design, and a free copy of the film thrown in too.

This can't be anything but hot.

If you don't like the DRM just delete the film, and download a divx rip via torrent instead.
#23
I have a couple of these, I ordered them last time they were on offer. As others have stated, the casing is made from solid metal, they are very heavy and well built. I imagine they would last ages. There's a little extension lead in the tin if the odd shape of the stick wont fit into your USB socket. For the price you cant go wrong - I just deleted the film and used it as a regular memory stick. Hot.

Oh, a bit of useless trivia - I often get stopped at the airport if this is in my laptop bag when it goes through the hand luggage xray. The fact that it is solid metal, coupled with the odd shape, makes it stick out like a sore thumb on the screen. They are always fine once I show them what it is though.

Edited By: Goopster on Aug 26, 2010 16:43: Spelling
#24
I just bought the transformer one for £7.99 which I thought was a bargain too.
#25
Thanks for the headsup on these. Ordered one for BiL's birthday :)

He's both a Star Trek and Transformer nut! LOL

Edited By: Faythur on Aug 26, 2010 17:13: .
#26
TehJumpingJawa
sabz786
USB 2.0?


The film was released in 2009.... USB2.0 was released in 2000.
No USB1.0 devices have been made in a very long time.
If you exclude the tonnes of card readers, mice, keyboards, hubs and other usb 1 devices that are still being made.
#27
Great present.Thanks
#28
Great find! I decided I didn't really need one of these in the past when posted, but at this price it's just too tempting!
#29
Hot....!
#30
Should be brilliant for transferring my illegally downloaded copy of Star Trek to my girlfriends X).
#31
thanks op just ordered one for the old dears birthday!
#32
not for me...but heat added
#33
Skibster
Great find! I decided I didn't really need one of these in the past when posted, but at this price it's just too tempting!

Love the profile pic Skibster. I've got a cat.....found it in a wheelie bin! :3
#34
Nice find,
viewing by 31.12.2010,
cant i just changed date on pc,and watched it anytime?
#35
these were a tenner in my local argos on clearance last week.hot!
#36
TehJumpingJawa
sabz786
USB 2.0?


The film was released in 2009.... USB2.0 was released in 2000.
No USB1.0 devices have been made in a very long time.

Coming from someone that thinks the 25th is after the 31st of December.. and not realising that a lot of USB 1 devices have been made since then.. hmm!

monkeydogcat
Amazon are selling the movie on DVD for the same price. You don't get the 4GB flash drive, but you do get a much higher quality copy of the movie that doesn't have lots of ridiculous limitations imposed on how you can watch it, plus the extra features.

Cold because of the DRM limitations.

You're a spanner. People aren't buying it specifically for the film - the quality will be more than fine, just like 700MB Divx films are. I can't remember the last time I watched the special features in a film, mainly because they don't show them in cinemas! £4.99 for a 4GB USB drive is a bargain, voting it cold is stupid. Well done.
#37
Adamo
TehJumpingJawa
sabz786
USB 2.0?


The film was released in 2009.... USB2.0 was released in 2000.
No USB1.0 devices have been made in a very long time.

Coming from someone that thinks the 25th is after the 31st of December.. and not realising that a lot of USB 1 devices have been made since then.. hmm!

monkeydogcat
Amazon are selling the movie on DVD for the same price. You don't get the 4GB flash drive, but you do get a much higher quality copy of the movie that doesn't have lots of ridiculous limitations imposed on how you can watch it, plus the extra features.

Cold because of the DRM limitations.

You're a spanner. People aren't buying it specifically for the film - the quality will be more than fine, just like 700MB Divx films are. I can't remember the last time I watched the special features in a film, mainly because they don't show them in cinemas! £4.99 for a 4GB USB drive is a bargain, voting it cold is stupid. Well done.


Having a little bit of a rage tonight ?
#38
Having a little bit of mental deficiency?
#39
Great price, 4g for that price, a film and a bit of a unique/nerd factor.
#40
Lando
Great DealJust ordered one myself, shame the Transformers 2 version is £7.99Was gona post it myself (still yet to post a deal . . .) but alas someone beat me to it

I found the Transformers ROTF one for £4.99 the other day could be worth checking if you prefer it.
Thread here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/transformers-revenge-of-the-fallen-/745183/#post9270920

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