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Play have reduced the price of their own-brand 32GB Flash drive to just £49.99. It's the first 32GB flash drive I've seen under £50 (except the fakes on ebay of course!).

The new portable hard-drive for your PC or MAC
Transfer data between computers using the USB sockets
Back-up those important files, the perfect partner for your laptop
Up to 40X faster than USB 1.1 (when connected to a USB 2.0 compliant system)
Backward compatible with USB 1.1 systems (Will run at USB1.1 speed)
Password protection (Windows)
2-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
The perfect gift for anyone with a computer.
Fits on to your key ring
True Plug and Play
Complete with FREE neck-strap and USB docking station
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#1
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#4
was sure i saw this one posted already but was in reponse to another thread yesterday - looks quite good i guess, dock handy if you have to fiddle about to plug them in usually.
#5
very tidy http://photo-shack.com/img/559cb990c9dffd8675f6bc2186971dc2.gif
#6
Looks good to me.

however what is the purpose of the docking station? Does it do anything other than act as an extension lead as the pen drive has a USB end on it.
#7
[SIZE="2"]I think the docking station would be useful if your PC had no USB inputs at the front, or if the flash drive was used a lot with one PC.[/SIZE]
#8
Docking station is handy as the drive is very fat and won't fit into USB slots on many PCs. The dock has a standard size plug.
#9
I'm going to wait 5 minutes a see if they are cheaper.... ;-)
#10
how fast things are moving.. just two years before 1GB was too high
now 32GB flash drive !!!!

voted hot !
#11
Bring on Holographic versitile discs I say. I want 4TB CD shaped discs and 300GB postage stamp shaped storage.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holographic_Versatile_Disc

They've been talking about them for AGES though.
#12
yeah, just like theyve been talking about organic media.......10 tb on a Pea.

it depends how often you really need to move 32gb of data between computers.......

i would hazard a bet you'd be much better off with 2 x 16gb pens...think 7dayshop do them for like£16.99...
so thats 34 instead of £50 already.....just saved you a whole £16.
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Yup, I was gunna say, why not get two 16GB drives? Or, for £50 why not get one of those self powered portable external drives, you get what 250GB for that price?
#14
think maplins did a 500gb for 59.99 a few weeks ago.......

i use a 8gb SD card....in a reader.....it'll outperform most cheap usb pens on the market......

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