SanDisk 2GB Cruzer Micro USB Flash Drive £17.99 Delivered! - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a very good price for this, it is the smallest one they make, as shown in the picture.

The SanDisk Cruzer Micro's compact size puts 2GB of flash memory in your pocket. Connect it to any computer with a USB port, and it makes storing, sharing and transferring your files a snap. And every SanDisk Cruzer Micro comes with extra caps and covers, in vibrant colours.
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#1
* USB 2.0 (backward compatable to USB 1.1
* Complete with coloured changable skins and caps
* Green Progress LED to show when moving / reading data
* Windows compatable
* Dimensions: 7.9mm x 18.95mm x 52.2mm (H x W x L)
* Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified (backwards compatible with all USB 1.1 ports)
* Compatible with Windows 2000 SP4 and XP
* Certified Windows XP
#2
Nice find :) Thanks for the pointer!
#3
I had one of these attached to my keyring the 1GB model, the top came off and was lost and the case split in half and I had to sellotape the body back together again so as I could carry on using it and all this happened inside of 6 months...

I won't be buying another...
#4
Guess it's safer to put it in a pocket then, if anyone does buy one.
#5
I have the 1GB one on my keyring and have had it there about a year now and use it daily as an ICT teacher with no problems - very fast transfers and it came with plenty of security software and 3 colours of cover. Its really tiny mind!
#6
What about this Kingston 2gb from Amazon for £13.13.
#7
I bought a load of of the 512mb models for work (from bigpockets.co.uk), and was annoyed at the 'extra' software Sandisk threw in with it (U3 Launchpad, which took up almost 10mb on each stick) which booted automatically, and couldn't be uninstalled/formatted using normal means.

I eventually found this software that removed the extra junk, and gave me back my space.

Once the software is removed, they are well worth the money, but on the aforementioned BigPockets, there is now a Sumvision 2gb stick for £11.99 (P&P is 98p)
#8
nice one £12 not too bad, i think ill go 4 that 1, any 1 used BigPockets before? also some serious bargains on that site
#9
At the risk of taking the thread off topic..

I use then all the time for small stuff, and order a load of stuff for work.

Avoid the computers, as they come from a third party company, and their customer service is abysmal (BigPockets CS is good though)

It's worth having a look at the 'special offers' and 'free delivery' part of the site too....just be careful to note if you're buying new, or refurbished.
#10
Thanks 10, looking for some good speakers 2, ill have a gander. Thanks mate
#11
10bellies
I eventually found this software that removed the extra junk, and gave me back my space.


Buying a U3 device then throwing away that funtionality...priceless.;-)

Other U3 unaware buyers also beware IF this is a U3 device the system software is in a separate partition, which makes this drive incompatible with some uses, i.e. some devices will only see this first (very small protected) partition and not the main partition where you keep your files. So some devices such as DVD players and mp3 players may not see your files.

U3 or portableapps is a very useful function for those that have a use for it. Google it.
#12
Once you use the removal tool, it reformats, removing the partition, so you can see/use the entire drive.
#13
I use the U3 utility when I need to use Firefox and Trillian on any PC. I dont need to download the program and they will just run straight from my memory stick.
#14
Amazon are now doing the 4gb Cruzer Micro for £34.99...was £48.50 last week...
#15


After having one of these die on me after 1 week, I will never be buying a cheapo brand flash drive again. SanDisk are a reputable, good quality brand. The Kingston is quite a good deal, but I don't think the casing is as nice and it's bigger.

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