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Play 32gb usb drive £9.99

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#1
cheap!!!
#2
Great price if you need one !
#3
Ordered the 16gb version a few months ago and play sent the 32gb :D been using it ever since, its a great pen drive (although not the fastest for file transfers) but I plug it into the usb port on my tv and it works perfectly for that.
banned#4
slow speeds and no lanyard attachment but good for the price if you arent regularly moving large files around
#5
csiman
slow speeds and no lanyard attachment but good for the price if you arent regularly moving large files around
The reviews say the write speeds are 10-11MB/s. Seems like a good speed for a £10 flash drive to me.
1 Like #6
Thanks just bought one :)

Going to use this to lock it up if anyone is thinking the same:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Security-Related/File-Secure-Free.shtml

Edited By: chapchap on Jul 31, 2012 10:57
#7
Ordered, kept on missing these offers for the last few weeks so finally happy that I've managed to grab one, don't forget 50p quidco
#8
And I thought there were only 2 things you could be sure of in life..

if this keeps up by Christmas people will be paying us to take these off their hands :)
1 Like #9
About 10 years ago I said they'll be giving these away free with petrol one day. We're not far off that now.
#10
chapchap
Thanks just bought one :)

Going to use this to lock it up if anyone is thinking the same:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Security-Related/File-Secure-Free.shtml

you'd be much better off with something like truecrypt or pgp

recently got a sandisk 32gb for ~£12 and its slow as molasses but what can you expect for this kind of money? note that the play.com own brand ones are usually the slowest on the market (well, maybe mymemory are worse?!) and are made from pretty crappy plastic with naff lids.
#11
Bought 3 of their 16Gb models a while back and all failed within a few months.
#12
sej7278
recently got a sandisk 32gb for ~£12 and its slow as molasses but what can you expect for this kind of money?

For an extra £2.50, this perhaps? - http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=113821&PHPSESSID=7ragh8lcaa6804a94957ng9786
#13
Worth a go fro a tenner. Heated
#14
chapchap
Thanks just bought one :)

Going to use this to lock it up if anyone is thinking the same:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Security-Related/File-Secure-Free.shtml

When using this, do you have to have administrative rights on the computer in order to unlock the usb and use it on that computer?
#15
I know someone who bought a few only the other day and Total Commander just gave a sustained write speed of just 7-8 MBps. So about 1 hour 15 mins to fill this 32GB drive.
#16
i have this the speed is great compared to other usb sticks i have
#17
these are good drives, hot from me
#18
Slash
chapchap
Thanks just bought one :)

Going to use this to lock it up if anyone is thinking the same:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Security-Related/File-Secure-Free.shtml

When using this, do you have to have administrative rights on the computer in order to unlock the usb and use it on that computer?

With a 3rdware piece of software i would think not...with Wins 7 ulitmate i would think yes.
I have not used this software but i do wonder what will happen if we uninstal it and then try to acces a usb that has been passcoded with it.

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