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Play.com16gb usb flash drive £11.99 @play

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play.com16 gb usb flashdrive £11.99 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… Read More
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play.com16 gb usb flashdrive £11.99
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
we need more info like make and model also th link only goes to play and not to the flashdrive??
#2
thedrisback
we need more info like make and model also th link only goes to play and not to the flashdrive??

your wish is my command darling ;)
#3
thanks for updateing its made by play by the look of it or less its a rebraned with there name on it
#4
Nice find , Voted Hot.



Edited By: no1john on Dec 18, 2010 00:24
1 Like #5
I posted this a week or so ago, not worth a repost for a £1 cheaper....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/16gb-usb-flash-drive-12-99-play/819213

Could have just updated my thread, saying it's a quid less.....

oO


Edited By: richx45 on Dec 18, 2010 10:01: Grammer
#6
not bad (_;)
#7
3MB/s write speed... have fun with that.

Or get double the write speed for same price?
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=108130

Or 32GB for only £8 more -
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=110632&source=webgains&siteid=20363

Edited By: jukkie on Dec 18, 2010 02:15
5 Likes #8
thedrisback
thanks for updateing its made by play by the look of it or less its a rebraned with there name on it

I worry about people. The standard of English today. It is "Updating" and "rebranded" and the easiest word "their".

Also Rich should update his comment with the word "have", not OF.
#9
jukkie


Actually, I think you'll find that they have a very similar performance. 7dayshop have a bit of a tendency to be rather over-optimistic about the performance of their flash drives. If you notice, they say up to 6Mb/s write and up to 20Mb/s read, whereas Play say minimum 3Mb/s write and minimum 12Mb/s read. I've got one of the 7dayshop drives and have tested it with a number of speed test programs. The best I have ever achieved is 3.8Mb/s write and 10.7Mb/s read, which I suspect is very similar (or possibly even a bit slower) than the Play drive.

The point I wanted to make is that neither are exactly speed demons, but there's very little to choose between them as far as speed is concerned and I would personally favour the Play drive, as there have been known quality control issues with the 7dayshop one in the past....
#10
Anyone got crystaldisk mark on this drive?
2 Likes #11
smartdave


I worry about people. The standard of English today. It is "Updating" and "rebranded" and the easiest word "their".


I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed it... basically it is because they don't teach grammar, spelling, and pronunciation in school any more. There's probably some obscure EU law that says you can't, or, it'll be mentioned in human rights act.

I think I'll pass on this though... too slow for me.


Edited By: rnem170 on Dec 18, 2010 09:49
#12
I worry about people. The standard of English today. It is "Updating" and "rebranded" and the easiest word "their".

Chill dudes, this is an informal site not some English test. Some people have good reasons for poor English. For example, some young persons (trainee adults), or some people where English is not their first language, or some have certain disability conditions, etc. All groups are allowed to use this site, so don't be so mean spirited and blindly criticise those you know nothing about.

That is, unless you both have some condition yourselves compelling you to do this, in which case i apologise, and say keep up the good work.
#13
rnem170
it'll be mentioned in human rights act.

*the human rights act.

As middla says, chill out. If everyone checked their spelling, the deals wouldn't get here quick enough. :)

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