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Seagate 5GB Pocket Drive was £74.99 now £37.48

£37.48 @ Tesco
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Our local Tesco extra had this reduced to this price.
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#1
Cold vote sorry, Would prefer a 4gb usb flash drive for £17.99. (or 2 for the price of this!, making 8gb!)
banned#2
This thing looks quite sylish too, never heard of Seagate before Are they any good?

Thanks
banned#3
Iom-RF
Cold vote sorry, Would prefer a 4gb usb flash drive for £17.99. (or 2 for the price of this!, making 8gb!)


Yeah, that's true, where's can I get the 4gb USB for £17.99 from?

Thanks
banned#5
Thanks Money Spinning
banned#6
Thanks everyone, and I thought that was cheap, I nearly ended up buying it with my weekly shopping - I'll just buy a USB drive instead.

Are USB flash drive and USB pen drive the same thing?
#7
Are USB flash drive and USB pen drive the same thing?


Yes, exactly the same.
#8
think i would rather have the 60gig usb touch drive for £22.50 and that fits in my pocket also :)
#9
USB Pen drives usually always share the same size and shape. The memory in these usb drives are "flash memory", and although flash drives and usb pens are virtually the same, flash drives could take different appearances - maybe a small cube that connects via a cable rather than a direct drive -> pc connection.

Dont be conned by supermarket computer equipment prices...always vastly overpriced - just look at their mp3 players etc.

Right now the typical prices are:

8GB - ~£45 to £50
4GB - ~£20
2GB - ~£10
1GB - ~£6.50

edit: basically a pen drive will always have a built in usb connection covered by a cap or similar that plugs directly into your PC's USB port. Flash drives will might not have such direct USB connections etc...difficult to tell the difference and in many cases there is none at all apart from appearance, if that.
#10
I'm pretty sure the Seagate is a disc drive.
#12
Daytrader
think i would rather have the 60gig usb touch drive for £22.50 and that fits in my pocket also :)



This sounds like a great deal -- link please!
#13
Daytrader
think i would rather have the 60gig usb touch drive for £22.50 and that fits in my pocket also :)

Hi Daytrader - where is this item from?
#14
I guess it's here

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/116672

but they have none in stock and the price has increased a few pounds when you add on delivery and use google checkout !
#15
Gunn
I guess it's here

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/116672

but they have none in stock and the price has increased a few pounds when you add on delivery and use google checkout !


sorry guys just got back on net, yes thats the link i have that drive and still a great price with google checkout :)
#16
Daytrader
sorry guys just got back on net, yes thats the link i have that drive and still a great price with google checkout :)


Google Checkout does not offer £10 off anymore! Finished last month...
#17
aj_aziz
Google Checkout does not offer £10 off anymore! Finished last month...


You've just bumped up the thread from the 24th of May, Hence why GC has run out.

(unless someones post has been deleted in the meantime, Making it look like you've bumped the thread :) )

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