Toshiba TransMemory 16GB White USB 2.0 Flash Drive 3.99 Delivered @ eBuyer - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a pretty decent price, cheaper then before and free delivery. USB2 but still good for many uses. I am buying one for the car!

Can't see the 16gb decent brand cheaper anywhere else, but I am sure someone will prove me wrong.
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#1
yes hot
banned#2
today i bought a 4gb novelty dragon flash drive in staples for £1 ... it's great ! :D
#3
gr8dlz
today i bought a 4gb novelty dragon flash drive in staples for £1 ... it's great ! :D

Good deal, 4GB = £1, this is 16GB for £4 - Same Value :)
#4
I had 5x of these from Amazon as part of a deal with another item... All reported different sizes and ran at different speeds. Sent them all back. Not voting.
#5
Just bought one. Thanks for sharing :-)
#6
desclive
Just bought one. Thanks for sharing :-)

lexar on on ebuyer http://www.ebuyer.com/399081-lexar-16gb-jumpdrive-v10-usb-flash-drive-ljdv10-16gabeu
#7
I bought this one a week ago, and it's exactly as described: write speed was 5MB/s. Too slow for USB 2.0, even slower than USB 1.0 which is 10MB/s. Trying to return now.
#8
Mines just arrived in the post as we speak

Quick format to fat32 & came back as 14.4Gb
#9
RustySpoons
I had 5x of these from Amazon as part of a deal with another item... All reported different sizes and ran at different speeds. Sent them all back. Not voting.

http://androidforums.com/gome-flytouch-3/345645-h2testw-1-4-detecting-counterfeit-flash-drives.html

I check every usb flash drive and sdhc card i buy with that program, i never buy drives or cards from ebay as 90% of them are fake/d class.
#10
cheesvo
I bought this one a week ago, and it's exactly as described: write speed was 5MB/s. Too slow for USB 2.0, even slower than USB 1.0 which is 10MB/s. Trying to return now.

USB1 is 12 Mb/s (bits, not bytes) (full-bandwidth). That works out to 1.5 MB/s.
USB2 is 480Mb/s, or 60 MB/s.

In practice, there is overhead and redundancy in the protocol so real -world speeds with USB2 tend to be about 35-40 MB/s
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB#USB_1.x

HTH
#11
yanick
cheesvo
I bought this one a week ago, and it's exactly as described: write speed was 5MB/s. Too slow for USB 2.0, even slower than USB 1.0 which is 10MB/s. Trying to return now.

USB1 is 12 Mb/s (bits, not bytes) (full-bandwidth). That works out to 1.5 MB/s.
USB2 is 480Mb/s, or 60 MB/s.

In practice, there is overhead and redundancy in the protocol so real -world speeds with USB2 tend to be about 35-40 MB/s
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB#USB_1.x

HTH
Thanks for the info. Anyway, since it took the flash drive twice the time to copy the same file comparing to my other USB 2.0 flash drives, I decided to return it.
#12
cheesvo

Thanks for the info. Anyway, since it took the flash drive twice the time to copy the same file comparing to my other USB 2.0 flash drives, I decided to return it.

Fair enough; regardless of USB version, 5 MB/s is rather slow. It would probably do for, say music (or videos) that you load onto the drive infrequently and read often. It's probably not so good as removable file storage.

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