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Play.com 16GB Flash Drive £10.99 Delivered

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The Play.com Flash Drive is a fast and easy way to transfer data between computers in style.

The Play.com Flash Drive from Play.com makes it easy to quickly save and transport your important data. Users can transfer documents, pictures, movie clips and music to other computers with a USB port.


Capacity: 16GB
Replacement for your floppy disks, Zip drives and CD-Rs
Read Speed: minimum 12MB/s (80x)
Write speed: minimum 3MB/s (20x)
No drivers needed for Windows 2000/ME and XP and MacOS 8.6 or later, 9.X and 10.1.2 or above
Features:
Transfer data between school , office and home in style.
Slim, stylish design for easy use
USB 2.0 and 1.1 compliant
2 Year Warranty
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#1
Not sensationally fast, but a very good price, heat added. Would have posted this myself, but you beat me to it!
48 hours at this price only, then it goes up again.
#2
Yh it's a shame it's only 48hrs but it's a good spare drive :)
4 Likes #3
"The Play.com Flash Drive is a fast and easy way to transfer data between computers in style."
lol Don't transfer data the geeky way. Do it in style with this play.com branded flash drive...

Good price. Heat added.
#4
Need something with a keyring/lanyard loop. Can anyone confirm if it has one (i.e. you own one).
#5
Gooooood price just what I wanted...
#6
soon or later they will be at poundland and in a dozen package
#7
shuwaz
Need something with a keyring/lanyard loop. Can anyone confirm if it has one (i.e. you own one).


I have had one of these on my keyring for over a year now, the cover comes off the working end and you can store it on the other end (covering the plastic loop as in the picture) the cover on my one broke after about a month though

Edited By: Captain Hook on May 25, 2011 11:27
1 Like #8
3mb/sec write, ugh...

Poor value for money because you won't want to use this. Decent price per GB, but this would be a horrible thing to routinely use.

If you're buying a larger sized USB drive, you really want one with decent speed. I use my 25mb/sec USB drives all the time, and barely use the 6mb/sec ones!
#9
jjust bought mine great price thanks
#10
Ive got the smaller 8gb version of this ,same colour same play.com branding ,ive had it for over 3 years and its still working perfect to this day where as my sandisk stopped working after 2 years
#11
Don't forget to check your drive with Check Flash (or whatever) ASAP after you get it. If you get a dud (happens) there are no workarounds AFAIK.
#12
ordered 2

heat added
#13
run one of these inside my HP Micro proliant server, running xbmc live.

Boot time is pretty good.
#14
I have had one of these for years, it isn't that much slower than my other flash drives.
#15
How would these be with XBOX360, anyone? I originally bought a Sandisk Cruzer that isn't recognised by my slim for some reason, but works fine in my TV and computer.

I like custom soundtracks while playing games. Using a cheap no brand at the moment, and while recognised, it takes almost half a day to read the tracks!
#16
Bought one of these a couple of years ago on offer for £16 and had it on my key ring since. Case hasn't broken and it still locks onto the cap securely. Maybe not be that fast but for general moving files/backing up photo's, etc it's fine.

I'd buy another if i had the need at this price
1 Like #17
RJK3
3mb/sec write, ugh...

Poor value for money because you won't want to use this. Decent price per GB, but this would be a horrible thing to routinely use.

Yep, no point in buying a drive this size when you will never be able to fill it without waiting 3 hours to transfer the files. For larger USB drives you should really be looking for decent speeds
banned#18
Duckman
How would these be with XBOX360, anyone? I originally bought a Sandisk Cruzer that isn't recognised by my slim for some reason, but works fine in my TV and computer.

I like custom soundtracks while playing games. Using a cheap no brand at the moment, and while recognised, it takes almost half a day to read the tracks!

360 only recognises the first drive that's connected and as the Sandisk has that crappy U3 virutal Drive on there it sees that and not the storage, just use the sandisk utility to disable the U3 virtual drive and hey presto it will work (atleast it did on my PS3)
#19
HOTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
#20
wow just ordered mine good price for a backup or transferere :D HOTTTTT cheerrs op
banned#21
16GB for just £10.99, really a great deal!<3
#22
I voted hot and considered going for this, but 3mb/s is quite slow for a 16gb drive (it would take 80 minutes to fill it), so I went for a 16GB ADATA drive at 7dayshop for £17.50.

The transfer rate of this drive would be enough for the use I want to give it (boot up a nas), but it would suck for almost any other task, so I preferred to pay 70% more, to get a 700% performance increase :)

Edited By: eldaras on May 27, 2011 14:30
#23
Unfortunately now showing at £12.99. Maybe next time. Great find and heat added.

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