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It is inte
oohhmejanglybits
I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging

It is intentionally misspelled, not a spelling mistake. Unlike your spelling of anything. Now that is a spelling mistake.
13 Likes
oohhmejanglybits
I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging

I hope this post was meant to be ironic.
12 Likes
Read write speeds?

O.K. I've read the write speeds what do I do now?

;)
11 Likes
if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.

Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.[/quote]
richto
Thomablue
fat tony
Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!

I don't think that's a sense of humour,I think its ignorance.

I second that - if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.

Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.

Calling someone a moron because they read a tabloid instead of a broadsheet is more a clear sign of your own ignorance and narcissism than any form of social commentery you may think you're making. Using 'broke' for 'broken' is incorrect, yes, but would have been correct in Shakespearean English, just a reminder that language is a fluid, living, and evolving organism.

PS. As a relatively well educated individual I read, amongst other publications, The Sun, as a source of entertainment rather than information. Also for the HOT £9.50 holidays that allow me to vacation away from snobs such as yourself.
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https://i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/4334314752/h6AA289F2/

Edited By: Maevoric on Jan 06, 2013 21:27

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#1
Good price,but anyone know a good deal for a usb 3 one same size 64gb?
#2
Bear Bargains
Good price,but anyone know a good deal for a usb 3 one same size 64gb?

Same here
#3
Read write speeds?
6 Likes #4
I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging
#5
Storage over speed. Still a good price considering what you would be paying just 3 months ago for the same size.
13 Likes #6
oohhmejanglybits
I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging

I hope this post was meant to be ironic.
30 Likes #7
It is inte
oohhmejanglybits
I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging

It is intentionally misspelled, not a spelling mistake. Unlike your spelling of anything. Now that is a spelling mistake.
#8
ordered at above price + 10% off next order.
thanks
#9
cheaper and cheaper they get
#10
oohhmejanglybits
I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging

Epic fail
4 Likes #11
Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!
1 Like #12
fat tony
Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!

Nope: Ronnie Barker - Mispronunciation Sketch
10 Likes #13
https://i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/4334314752/h6AA289F2/

Edited By: Maevoric on Jan 06, 2013 21:27
#14
fat tony
Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!

I don't think that's a sense of humour,I think its ignorance.
12 Likes #15
Read write speeds?

O.K. I've read the write speeds what do I do now?

;)
#16
It is intentionally misspelled, not a spelling mistake. Unlike your spelling of anything. Now that is a spelling mistake.

oohhmejanglybits, I think you are wasting your time.

Pearls and swine and all that......
banned 2 Likes #17
Thomablue
fat tony
Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!

I don't think that's a sense of humour,I think its ignorance.

I second that - if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.

Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.
banned#18
kjam1981
Read write speeds?

Yes - if anyone buys this, please post some test results?
#19
Very good price... almost too good to be true, but there are other companies selling it for roughly the same price, so it looks legit. Just not sure what the read / write speeds are going to be like, but at this price it's almost worth a punt anyway.

And to think that my first ever PC back in the 90s only came with an 80MB hard drive (yes, you read that right... 80MB not 80GB!)
#20
Locko
It is inte
oohhmejanglybits
I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging

It is intentionally misspelled, not a spelling mistake. Unlike your spelling of anything. Now that is a spelling mistake.

I think he intended so X)
#21
Great price, heat added.
3 Likes #22
Don't know if they are the same apart from capacity but 32Gb Pockitdrive specs are
Read Speed 20.0MB/s
Write Speed 29.3MB/s
#23
qinyanggl


Locko

It is inte



oohhmejanglybits

I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging





It is intentionally misspelled, not a spelling mistake. Unlike your spelling of anything. Now that is a spelling mistake.





I think he intended so X)
#24
macintoad
Don't know if they are the same apart from capacity but 32Gb Pockitdrive specs are
Read Speed 20.0MB/s
Write Speed 29.3MB/s

You sure about those?
#25
spraint
macintoad
Don't know if they are the same apart from capacity but 32Gb Pockitdrive specs are
Read Speed 20.0MB/s
Write Speed 29.3MB/s

You sure about those?

Got the info from here http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/product.php?title=Pockit-Drive-32GG-USB-2.0-Flash-Drive-Black&product=KM-008
It was the only info I could find on these drives

Could be complete bo**ocks of course :)

Edited By: macintoad on Jan 07, 2013 01:17
1 Like #26
Bradds
qinyanggl


Locko

It is inte




oohhmejanglybits

I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging







It is intentionally misspelled, not a spelling mistake. Unlike your spelling of anything. Now that is a spelling mistake.







I think he intended so X)

3 comments in over 4yrs. And this wasn't one of them!
#27
macintoad
Don't know if they are the same apart from capacity but 32Gb Pockitdrive specs are
Read Speed 20.0MB/s
Write Speed 29.3MB/s

Dont believe that for a second!!

I highly doubt that a USB drive can write quicker than it can read.

Rule of thumb:
Cheap USB Drives = Slow
Slow USB Drives = Unreliable
Unreliable USB Drives = Data Destroyers

I speak with several occasions of experience with (slow) USB drives failing on me and making files corrupt during read/write, hence i will not buy a slow USB drive
11 Likes #28
if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.

Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.[/quote]
richto
Thomablue
fat tony
Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!

I don't think that's a sense of humour,I think its ignorance.

I second that - if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.

Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.

Calling someone a moron because they read a tabloid instead of a broadsheet is more a clear sign of your own ignorance and narcissism than any form of social commentery you may think you're making. Using 'broke' for 'broken' is incorrect, yes, but would have been correct in Shakespearean English, just a reminder that language is a fluid, living, and evolving organism.

PS. As a relatively well educated individual I read, amongst other publications, The Sun, as a source of entertainment rather than information. Also for the HOT £9.50 holidays that allow me to vacation away from snobs such as yourself.
#29
i haven't heard of this "Pockit" brand fore this deal, are they reliable?
1 Like #30
oohhmejanglybits
I don't buy anythink with spelling mistakes on the packaging

Completely agree, it's disgustink.
Also voted cold because the op can't spell "than".
....better insert one of these: ;)
#31
macintoad
Don't know if they are the same apart from capacity but 32Gb Pockitdrive specs areRead Speed 20.0MB/sWrite Speed 29.3MB/s

Those speeds will be the other way around...Read 29.3Mb/s Write 20Mb/s.

Writing 64Gb at 20Mb/s would take in the region of 45 minutes!!
1 Like #32
richto
Thomablue
fat tony
Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!

I don't think that's a sense of humour,I think its ignorance.

I second that - if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.

Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.

I wonder if using dashes instead of commas and putting spaces either side of the slash symbol could be "a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education."?
1 Like #33
Freddie Mercury
richto
Thomablue
fat tony
Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!
I don't think that's a sense of humour,I think its ignorance.
I second that - if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.
I wonder if using dashes instead of commas and putting spaces either side of the slash symbol could be "a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education."?

Obviously spent too much time reading The Sun!

Edited By: onionrage on Jan 07, 2013 12:20: Cos i as been info'd and put right!
#34
Bear Bargains
Good price,but anyone know a good deal for a usb 3 one same size 64gb?

You could have a look at this one Extra Value 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive £25.98 delivered from Ebuyer
- Read speed up to 90MB/s
- Write speed up to 30MB/s
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/64gb-usb-3-0-extra-value-memory-stick-flash-drive-25-98-ebuyer-1418294
3 Likes #35
onionrage
Freddie Mercury
richto
Thomablue
fat tony
Am I the only one to get oohhmejanglybits' sense of humour!
I don't think that's a sense of humour,I think its ignorance.
I second that - if you listen to an average moron (e.g. a Sun reader) speak - that is how they will pronounce anything.Just like using 'broke' as an adjective when they mean 'broken' - it is a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education.
I wonder if using dashes instead of commas and putting spaces either side of the slash symbol could be "a clear sign of stupidity and / or a poor education."?

Obviously spent to much time reading The Sun!

Or even too much time...

Just saying.

My my, aren't we all grumpy today?
1 Like #36
Are there any small SSD's with USB3 built in? I got a samsung 830 that came with a USB2 adaptor but I want something maybe quater size, with the USB3 already in it

Edited By: kram on Jan 07, 2013 12:43
#37
kram
Are there any small SSD's with USB3 built in? I got a samsung 830 that came with a USB2 adaptor but I want something maybe quater size, with the USB3 already in it

You need to buy an iodd for something like that (external housing > USB3, check out lin-itx). Although to be honest I've never researched to see if SATA3 > USB3 adapters exist yet.

EDIT: Sorry, I realise that wasn't what you were asking. No, there are no SSDs with built in USB3.

Edited By: GFunk on Jan 07, 2013 12:50
#38
Super Speed USB is arriving next year, twice as fast as 3.0 :D
http://ces.cnet.com/8301-34437_1-57562283/double-speed-usb-3.0-to-arrive-next-year/
#39
It was clearly intentional.
#40
Raz23
Super Speed USB is arriving next year, twice as fast as 3.0 :D
http://ces.cnet.com/8301-34437_1-57562283/double-speed-usb-3.0-to-arrive-next-year/
"But it won't happen immediately. The specification should be done in mid-2013, which "will enable initial products to appear in late 2014 with a much broader availability of products in 2015," according to the USB 3.0 Promoter Group, which announced the faster Universal Serial Bus work today at the CES show."

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