Transcend JetFlash 700 16 GB USB Flash Drive - USB 3.0 - Now £18.60 Delivered @ Amazon Sold By My Memory - HotUKDeals
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Transcend's JetFlash 700 USB flash drive delivers blazing fast data transfer rates, making it much easier and less time-consuming to get access to your rich digital content. It is fabricated with the ultrasonic welding technology, and features a sturdy structure, smooth surface, and a streamlined appearance. With a combination of speed and beauty, the JetFlash 700 is a perfect entry-level USB 3.0 peripheral for those who demand stylish aesthetics with leading technology.

Features (taken from MyMemory)
- Fully compatible with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 & Hi-Speed USB 2.0
- Easy Plug and Play installation
- USB powered. No external power or battery needed
- LED usage status indicator
- Offers a free download of JetFlash Elite data management tools
- Capacity: 8GB, 16GB
- Size: 69.5mm x 19.8 mm x 8.8 mm
- Weight: 10.3g
- Interface: USB 3.0 (backwards compatible with USB 2.0)
- Certificates: CE, FCC, BSMI
- Transfer Speed:
Read 53 MByte/s, Write 15 MByte/s (8GB);
Read 70 MByte/s, Write 20 MByte/s (16GB)
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#1
No idea what it's sold for elsewhere, but seems like a stonker of a deal. Heat added!
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This is a good deal. I paid a similar price some months ago for the '600' version of this. The performance figures quoted are accurate (conservative, even).
Excellent price for a *fast* 16Gb stick; the fact that is future-proofed by being USB3 is a brucie-bonus :-)

Edit: I couldn't help myself. Despite having the '600' I've now bought this '700'. Of course I used my work credit card as this will be used for transferring files whilst on customer site. Probably.
Actually, I just had to use my personal stick on a customer machine at which point they asked "what on earth is 'Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl'". Could have been worse. Could have been 'Debbie Does Dallas'.





Edited By: simonspeakeasy on Apr 05, 2011 13:48: edit
#3
Tempted... I'm still rocking a 16GB Sandisk Titanium which has been fantastic but performance isn't amazing. So durable though! My desktop does have USB 3 too..
#4
I thought this was a gimmick at first, but it does actually appear to outperform the maximum speed of a USB 2.0 host!
#5
Good price. Heat added!
#7
Good deal for what seems like a good drive..Heat added!!
#8
Cheers, need to get me a USB3 card for my desktop now.
#9
simonspeakeasy
I used my work credit card as this will be used for transferring files whilst on customer site.

You use your personal USB stick on customer sites? I wonder how many viruses you have been spreading around

Edited By: Codify on Apr 05, 2011 18:54
#10
Codify
[quote=simonspeakeasy] I used my work credit card as this will be used for transferring files whilst on customer site.
You use your personal USB stick on customer sites? I wonder how many viruses you have been spreading around/quote]For this application, you should try and get a USB stick with a physical read-only switch.
#11
Whats the difference between usb 1.0, 2.0, 3.0?? Is it different sizes of USB connection?
#12
KERMITZBITZ
Whats the difference between usb 1.0, 2.0, 3.0?? Is it different sizes of USB connection?

The are all the same size. The difference is the speed, USB 3 is faster than USB 2 which is faster than USB 1.

However in real-life scenarios there is often not that much difference in speed between USB3 and USB2 flash drives - the main bottleneck is the speed of the flash memory/controller, not the USB interface speed. So a crappy no-name USB3 flash drive will be slower than a decent USB 2 drive


Edited By: Codify on Apr 06, 2011 01:01
#13
Codify
The difference is the speed, USB 3 is faster than USB 2 which is faster than USB 1.However in real-life scenarios there is often not that much difference in speed between USB3 and USB2 flash drives - the main bottleneck is the speed of the flash memory/controller, not the USB interface speed. So a crappy no-name USB3 flash drive will be slower than a decent USB 2 drive

To get a USB 3 flash drive with faster writes you have to pay about twice this price. I have a Kingston drive that is about 3 to 3.5 times faster than this for writes and it’s a joy to use, more like using a slow SATA hard drive than a fast USB 2 flash drive.
#14
looks good, was looking for one of these, thanks
#15
Codify
KERMITZBITZ
Whats the difference between usb 1.0, 2.0, 3.0?? Is it different sizes of USB connection?

The are all the same size. The difference is the speed, USB 3 is faster than USB 2 which is faster than USB 1.

However in real-life scenarios there is often not that much difference in speed between USB3 and USB2 flash drives - the main bottleneck is the speed of the flash memory/controller, not the USB interface speed. So a crappy no-name USB3 flash drive will be slower than a decent USB 2 drive


erm I'm not sure that's true actualy. USB 3 is always gogin to be faster than usb 2

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