Star Trek (2009) Movie On 4GB Metal USB Stick in limited Edition numbered tin case (Up to 6 device licenses + Option to burn to DVD) £9.99 delivered at Play - HotUKDeals
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Thought this was a well cool item for any Star Trek fans on HUKd. Elsewhere this is selling for: -
Gameseek Limited £16.97
MyMemory £16.95
Bargain Memory Cards £19.99
advancetec £17.24
Argos £14.99

Director J.J. Abrams (Alias) re-teams with his MI: III screenwriters Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci to bring a new vision of the greatest space adventure of all time. Featuring a young, new crew venturing boldly where no man has gone before, Star Trek depicts Romulan time traveller Nero's bloody quest for revenge against Spock and the Federation.

Now you can take this explosive new movie with you wherever you go in this handy USB stick! Up to five devices can be registered to play this digital copy, and there's plenty of space left over for files, photos, or whatever you need to take with you.

Star Trek Movie pre loaded on 4GB memory stick.
Contains DiVX DRM and will play on 6 devices and burn to DVD.
Unlock with a code.
Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.4.0 or better.
Compatible with USB 1.1 and 2.0.
Size (H)7.6, (W)1.1, (D)5.1cm.
Silver and chrome.
Includes USB extension lead.
Internet connection is needed to activation.
Activate at website http://www.startrekthemovie.co.uk/usb.

*Play says 5 licences but it is actually 6
Good reviews also (apart from the funny one)
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[mod]#1
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#2
that is a deal and a half! Effectively 6 copies of the film for £10! BARGAIN! Heat added!
#3
Great price considering the best for the DVD is just a penny cheaper (Amazon). Nice find.
#4
There's also a transformers one, only seen it in hmv tho.
#5
once you burn it on dvd can you play it as many devices as you want
#6
One thing to note is that the usb stick is made from a thick billet of metal. It's unbelievable heavy - you could use it as a knuckle-duster!

Worth it for this, IMO. Voted hot.
#7
Class! Could this be burnt to Blue Ray with the same quality?
#8
Would you trust Play to package this properly so it didn't get damaged in transit ?
#9
PJR
Would you trust Play to package this properly so it didn't get damaged in transit ?


thekanester
One thing to note is that the usb stick is made from a thick billet of metal. It's unbelievable heavy - you could use it as a knuckle-duster!.


Not exactly sensitive goods :thumbsup:

I would have got this if I hadn't bought it on Blinkbox for £1.99. Still need to watch it though :P. Heat added!
#10
It's a huge chunk of metal around a solid state memory stick!!

But yes Play will probably manage to damage it.
#11
If you want to watch this excruciatingly brainless film I guess this is an excellent way of buying it...
Hot for the deal, Cold for the film.
#12
grilli
There's also a transformers one, only seen it in hmv tho.


play have that too, £15

http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/11998341/Transformers-2-Revenge-Of-The-Fallen-Movie-On-4GB-USB-Stick/Product.html
#13
"Now you can take this explosive new movie with you wherever you go in this handy USB stick!"

yeah, cos a DVD is just so big & heavy to carry!!
#14
Dancingfred
It's a huge chunk of metal around a solid state memory stick!!

But yes Play will probably manage to damage it.


It's all in a tin case !
#15
Nice, I've been saying the move to movies on USB is coming.

CDs & DVDs will be on their way out.

Good deal!
1 Like #16
TehJumpingJawa
If you want to watch this excruciatingly brainless film I guess this is an excellent way of buying it...
Hot for the deal, Cold for the film.


Hot for the film & deal , cold for your total lack of braincells , the movie is superb .
#17
gal2792t
Class! Could this be burnt to Blue Ray with the same quality?


Just checked now and answered my own question... not at 1080p; shame :-(
#18
rsg
Nice, I've been saying the move to movies on USB is coming.

CDs & DVDs will be on their way out.



Not everyone wants USB you know , discs will be here for a lot longer than you think .
banned#19
What is there to stop you viewing this more than six times, other than the morality police?
banned#20
Also, this is a great deal IMO.
Worth it just for the nerdy usb stick.
#21
gal2792t
Class! Could this be burnt to Blue Ray with the same quality?


Blue Ray ?

4GB wil not even give you full DVD quality - this is one crap deal !
#22
Nice, I was tempted when it was £15 but will get it for £10.

Villa
What is there to stop you viewing this more than six times, other than the morality police?


It's five copies it's limited to. You can watch each copy any number of times you want.
1 Like #23
Any film with R2-D2 in it has got to be good.
banned#24
mif
Any film with R2-D2 in it has got to be good.

Have they ever done an 'adult' version of star wars?
#25
Villa
Have they ever done an 'adult' version of star wars?


"Star wh0res" was in Zack And Miri make a porno;-)
#26
Villa
Have they ever done an 'adult' version of star wars?


Yes they did. I had a copy on my Amiga 500 back in the day! ;-)
#27
Great deal. Ordered one for my sons birthday.
#29
Anyone know what the resolution is?
#30
grumpyone;7451222
Blue Ray ?

4GB wil not even give you full DVD quality - this is one crap deal !


From Play.com "Film supplied on a 4GB USB stick, of which about 1GB is taken up by the film" - so you saying the movie aint even DVD quality ?

Also, anyone know if you can delete everything off the stick once you have finished copying the movie off? or is it one of those annoying ones that pops up with something whenever you insert it, and you cant do anything about it?
#31
These were a limited run and I have already bought 2.
1 to keep (yes nerd) and 1 that I watch on my PS3. The Transformers one is Plastic but also from a limited run.
#32
DVDs are 4.7gb (or 9.4gb for dual layer) because they use mpeg-2, which is really an out of date format.

The fact that this is DivX means that the compression algorithm will allow for a smaller filesize, however if 1gb is right then the quality of this won't be as "good" as DVD. I think the physical stick is pretty neat, however I wouldn't be satisfied with the picture quality of the film.
#33
Good Price, Nice heavy Chrome USB stick, Film quality ok but not blu-ray quality, ok for pc size screen.
You first need to register a DIVX account & enter the code before you can play it. Worth it for the for the stick alone.
#34
Does the USB contain the software to write to a DVD?
#35
ace find, thanks very much. Dont need it but have to have it! Heat and rep added
#36
So what you get is a low DIVX version of the film, wrapped in DRM that requires you to 'license' devices it plays on (what does that even mean? register with who/what/where?), wrapped in a shiny package and sold for the same price as the DVD. The DVD which you can stick in any computer and play without worrying about 'licensing', easily watch on TV by way of one of those DVD player things and trivially rip in to any format/quality you want. The DVD is more convenient, more flexible and costs the same. So you'd buy this USB thing because...
#37
hopscotch
So what you get is a low DIVX version of the film, wrapped in DRM that requires you to 'license' devices it plays on (what does that even mean? register with who/what/where?), wrapped in a shiny package and sold for the same price as the DVD. The DVD which you can stick in any computer and play without worrying about 'licensing', easily watch on TV by way of one of those DVD player things and trivially rip in to any format/quality you want. The DVD is more convenient, more flexible and costs the same. So you'd buy this USB thing because...


...because it looks so cool
#38
hopscotch
... So you'd buy this USB thing because...


... Punters these days are clueless idiots who jump at anything that looks - well - crappy !

It's the marketing guys who are [COLOR="Red"]not[/COLOR] clueless !
#39
To be fair the USB stick itself is worth, what, £5?

I guess the drm doesn't tie it to the USB stick itself, so you should be able to move the divx off the USB stick onto a HDD?

There are a number of Star Trek 2009 DVDrips floating around, typically between 900mb & 1.3gb; so while this version isn't going to be as good as the mpeg found on a physical DVD copy, it should be comparable with the pirate DVDrips you can get a hold of.
Ofcourse, most people who pirate movies have moved onto 720p rips taken from bluray.... as all the money they avoid paying to hollywood goes into their HDTV fund =D
#40
TehJumpingJawa
To be fair the USB stick itself is worth, what, £5?

I guess the drm doesn't tie it to the USB stick itself, so you should be able to move the divx off the USB stick onto a HDD?

There are a number of Star Trek 2009 DVDrips floating around, typically between 900mb & 1.3gb; so while this version isn't going to be as good as the mpeg found on a physical DVD copy, it should be comparable with the pirate DVDrips you can get a hold of.
Ofcourse, most people who pirate movies have moved onto 720p rips taken from bluray.... as all the money they avoid paying to hollywood goes into their HDTV fund =D


720p rips can be found around 1.5-2gb in size, so im guessing a lot of people would rather go for much better quality than a dvd, if it means waiting around a little longer for it to download.

1080p all the way though :thumbsup:

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