Patriot XT Boost 150X (fast drive!) 8GB USB 2.0 - £14.24 Amazon (Jersey) - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest I've seen anywhere in the past few months.
Might seem expensive for 8GB, but this is a FAST drive!!
£15.99 at Play.com
Speeds Read / Write: 22 MBps / 12 MBps from http://www.digitgeek.com/patriot-xporter-xt-boost-review/

Product Features
Hi Speed USB 2.0 Compatible (backwards compatible to USB 1.1)
Comes with Lanyard and USB2.0 extension cable
Durable water and shock resistant housing

Technical Details
Up to 150X performance speed
Driverless in Windows ME/2K/XP/Vista, Mac OS 9.x, OS X, and Linux with USB storage support
Certified for Microsoft Vista readyboost
Lifetime Warranty
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#1
how many MB/s fast?
#2
Just ordered, thanks! Cheaper than the 4GB version!
#3
dmaster2000
how many MB/s fast?



http://www.digitgeek.com/patriot-xporter-xt-boost-review/
seems to have it at
Speeds – Read / Write: 22 MBps / 12 MBps
#5
Good drive maybe a little chunky though
#6
Nice, but I'm going to wait for USB3 flash drives to make their debut.
#7
£15.57 now... rubbish was going to get one! Might still by though unless cheaper elsewhere now?

Cheers
Phil
#8
Glix
Nice, but I'm going to wait for USB3 flash drives to make their debut.


But the computer you are plugging it into has to support USB3 too - not much point in waiting for USB3 unless you are planning to upgrade all your PCs/laptops
#9
Codify
But the computer you are plugging it into has to support USB3 too - not much point in waiting for USB3 unless you are planning to upgrade all your PCs/laptops


Quite a few motherboards have this now, I know the one I bought end of Jan does. I am waiting for the new SATA 6Gb/s SSD's and USB 3.0 flash drives to drop in price myself, a little pricy at the moment:

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/32Gb-SUPERTALENT-ST3U32SRK-RAIDDrive-USB-30-Series-320MB-sec-via-USB3-port-UAS-Protocol-Driver

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=HD-006-CR

When you can get 8GB USB 3.0 Flash for £30 and SATA 6Gb/s for under £1/GB then I am going to pull the trigger :thumbsup:
#10
Not really that fast to be honest. Try the Corsair flash voyager gt range for speed!

Mine writes at 21mb/s
#11
Toybhoy
Not really that fast to be honest. Try the Corsair flash voyager gt range for speed!

Mine writes at 21mb/s

I am also a big fan of Flash Voyager sitcks

What about this e-sata stick: http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/8GB-OCZ-eSATA-Throttle-Series-Up-to-90MB-Sec-Read-and-30MB-sec-write-Inc-USB-cable-Power-Cable
#12
PhilGB
£15.57 now... rubbish was going to get one! Might still by though unless cheaper elsewhere now?

Cheers
Phil

Its only a £1 more than it was before...
#13
please unexpire as this is back to £14.24:thumbsup:
#14
Have had one of these sticks (8gb patriot xt) for over a year now, very fast write rate and hasn't failed yet, although I bought it for about the same price
#15
Turned up today - says "new & improved 200X read speed".

Can't compain ;-)
#16
Back to lower price.. should unexpire

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