128GB PNY Wave Attache USB 3.0 Flash Drive - £39.99 Delivered @ My Memory (£38.38 afer cashback)
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128GB PNY Wave Attache USB 3.0 Flash Drive - £39.99 Delivered @ My Memory (£38.38 afer cashback)

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Found 4th Feb 2014
Not bad price for decent brand

Key Features:

- USB 3.0 Flash Drive
- Capless design
- 5x faster than USB 2.0
- Backwards compatible with USB 2.0

Write Speed: 20MB/s
Read Speed: 80MB/s
Connection: USB3.0

Font forget cashback to bring it down to £38.38

50 Comments

It always surprised me how much storage they can fit on a tiny drive. Heat

they can even fit I think 2 TB (or 2048 GB ) on that same tiny thing

Heat added,

All this memory keeps getting me hook on buying the HP Proliant Microserver but the price has gone up, will wait for it go down as it has here.

20mb write ....wtf !!!

inkobni

they can even fit I think 2 TB (or 2048 GB ) on that same tiny thing


Theoretically 2TB on a Micro SD too. Now THAT is truly baffling.

I still remember my school days when my mate paid £150 for a 512MB SD Card and we were shocked we could get half a gig sized one.

I've had two PNY memory pens in the past and they both broke, I did try endless amount of times to format them but the pc's and laptops I tried just couldn't pick them up at all.
Don't get me wrong it's a fantastic price for how many GB your getting but this make really doesn't go down in my good books.
I've got a SanDisk 32 gb and Kingston 32gb both had no problem with, owned the SanDisk for around 4 years now.

Good price, but it will take you a while to fill that USB up with that write speed.

chris2010uk

Theoretically 2TB on a Micro SD too. Now THAT is truly baffling.I still … Theoretically 2TB on a Micro SD too. Now THAT is truly baffling.I still remember my school days when my mate paid £150 for a 512MB SD Card and we were shocked we could get half a gig sized one.

I had a iomega zip drive at college and the 100mb disc. And remember telling my friend that I could 70 times the "data" of a floppy disk!

Just think this one will be 39 quid one day >

amazon.com/Kin…ive

Heat, but my post from 1st February about it was reported as a spam. Keep going HUKD oO

Less expensive than a SSD, I guess

fishmaster

Just think this one will be 39 quid one day … Just think this one will be 39 quid one day >http://www.amazon.com/Kingston-DataTraveler-Predator-1TB-DTHXP30/dp/B00E65QM8O/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1391550426&sr=1-1&keywords=1tb+flash+drive



That is truely bad ass oO

shez786

That is truely bad ass oO



Yup definitely, I think it eats puppies!

Anyway it's good to see the UK isn't a rip off >

amazon.co.uk/Kin…tor

fishmaster

Just think this one will be 39 quid one day … Just think this one will be 39 quid one day >http://www.amazon.com/Kingston-DataTraveler-Predator-1TB-DTHXP30/dp/B00E65QM8O/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1391550426&sr=1-1&keywords=1tb+flash+drive


I'd give it six months.

fishmaster

Yup definitely, I think it eats puppies!Anyway it's good to see the UK … Yup definitely, I think it eats puppies!Anyway it's good to see the UK isn't a rip off >http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-DataTraveler-Predator-1TB-DTHXP30/dp/B00E65QM8O/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1391552122&sr=8-3&keywords=hyperx+predator



Didn't you know the exchange rate for bad ass goods is roughly $1=£1

Lol

shez786

Didn't you know the exchange rate for bad ass goods is roughly $1=£1 Lol



I'm afraid I do

USB 3.0 may be faster than 2.0, but the max transfer speed of USB 2.0 is 60MB/s. So it makes no difference that this is USB 3.0, as it doesn't even max out on 2.0! 20MB/s is decent for a USB stick, but nothing to write home about.

EcumenicalMatter

USB 3.0 may be faster than 2.0, but the max transfer speed of USB 2.0 is … USB 3.0 may be faster than 2.0, but the max transfer speed of USB 2.0 is 60MB/s. So it makes no difference that this is USB 3.0, as it doesn't even max out on 2.0! 20MB/s is decent for a USB stick, but nothing to write home about.


Real World speed for USB 2.0 is more like 35 to 40GB.

EcumenicalMatter

USB 3.0 may be faster than 2.0, but the max transfer speed of USB 2.0 is … USB 3.0 may be faster than 2.0, but the max transfer speed of USB 2.0 is 60MB/s. So it makes no difference that this is USB 3.0, as it doesn't even max out on 2.0! 20MB/s is decent for a USB stick, but nothing to write home about.



Realistic USB 2.0 speeds are pathetic though, 35MB/s with the very best of devices, which was fine back in 2000 but not so much now. I'd much rather have 80MB/s than 35 so I'm glad it's USB 3 :P

EcumenicalMatter

USB 3.0 may be faster than 2.0, but the max transfer speed of USB 2.0 is … USB 3.0 may be faster than 2.0, but the max transfer speed of USB 2.0 is 60MB/s. So it makes no difference that this is USB 3.0, as it doesn't even max out on 2.0! 20MB/s is decent for a USB stick, but nothing to write home about.


I think this memory stick is just a poor example of the speeds a USB3 stick is capable of.

Searching for similar products (overclockers.co.uk/sho…php?prodid=FL-004-MX) shows another USB3 128GB pen drive rated at 220 / 140 MB/s read / write speeds - which should give a noticeable improvement over USB2 speeds.

chris2010uk

Theoretically 2TB on a Micro SD too. Now THAT is truly baffling.I still … Theoretically 2TB on a Micro SD too. Now THAT is truly baffling.I still remember my school days when my mate paid £150 for a 512MB SD Card and we were shocked we could get half a gig sized one.



Dude, I was king pow at uni with the huge new 140mb hard disk and the only 17 inch crt in Liverpool. I will never forget the day I added a video card with 65million colors to that machine. It brought porn watching to a whole new level.

ssatoh_inreverse

Dude, I was king pow at uni with the huge new 140mb hard disk and the … Dude, I was king pow at uni with the huge new 140mb hard disk and the only 17 inch crt in Liverpool. I will never forget the day I added a video card with 65million colors to that machine. It brought porn watching to a whole new level.



Oh man I remember getting my Dragon 32 which released in 1983 and the 32 stands for the 32K total memory it had, by the way still have it and works. Also owned an acorn electron with 16k woot. Awaits the next top topper

Staypuff

Oh man I remember getting my Dragon 32 which released in 1983 and the 32 … Oh man I remember getting my Dragon 32 which released in 1983 and the 32 stands for the 32K total memory it had, by the way still have it and works. Also owned an acorn electron with 16k woot. Awaits the next top topper


Dragon32 was an awesome machine. Not got Pedro have you? Must have lost so many hours to that.
Wonder how it'd look on a 55" TV....

I had the BBC B with it's great range of ports. I remember when I got my first printer for it and the only way to get it to print out what I wanted was to write a basic programme for it.
Before that I had an Atari 400.

MaximusRo

Less expensive than a SSD, I guess


less speed too

And to think, the desktop PC I had in the mid-90's was huge, heavy & had a hard drive of something like 200mb.

You could fit sixty seven million Atari 2600 games onto that little forty quid flash drive. oO

(EDITED for slight miscalculation)
Edited by: "TheHawkowc" 5th Feb 2014

Toon_army

I've had two PNY memory pens in the past and they both broke, I did try … I've had two PNY memory pens in the past and they both broke, I did try endless amount of times to format them but the pc's and laptops I tried just couldn't pick them up at all.Don't get me wrong it's a fantastic price for how many GB your getting but this make really doesn't go down in my good books.I've got a SanDisk 32 gb and Kingston 32gb both had no problem with, owned the SanDisk for around 4 years now.



same, I've had just the one PNY and it completely broke after a few months, not picked up at all by any computer. Worth a go with warranty though.

Does anyone have one of these pkugged into a tv for recording?

PR1

Dragon32 was an awesome machine. Not got Pedro have you? Must have lost … Dragon32 was an awesome machine. Not got Pedro have you? Must have lost so many hours to that. Wonder how it'd look on a 55" TV....



Can't remember pedro but do still have QUEST, Joust, Hungry Horace etc with 2 x quickshot 2 joysticks

Agharta

Real World speed for USB 2.0 is more like 35 to 40GB.


You know someone's a smart-ass when they try and correct someone and get it completely wrong...

Heat - great price for 128GB.

Off topic, but speaking of the 1TB ones mentioned above - I think they had one in the last episode of Sherlock. And because they didn't want to see the data on it they threw it on a fire...
Format it, don't throw it on a fire - that thing's worth a thousand pounds!

fishmaster

Just think this one will be 39 quid one day … Just think this one will be 39 quid one day >http://www.amazon.com/Kingston-DataTraveler-Predator-1TB-DTHXP30/dp/B00E65QM8O/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1391550426&sr=1-1&keywords=1tb+flash+drive



http://oi39.tinypic.com/241qv4p.jpg

Imagine a world where its £38.99

EcumenicalMatter

USB 3.0 may be faster than 2.0, but the max transfer speed of USB 2.0 is … USB 3.0 may be faster than 2.0, but the max transfer speed of USB 2.0 is 60MB/s. So it makes no difference that this is USB 3.0, as it doesn't even max out on 2.0! 20MB/s is decent for a USB stick, but nothing to write home about.


because it would take too long?

http://i57.tinypic.com/k2zjo8.png

dyanisis1978

I had a iomega zip drive at college and the 100mb disc. And remember … I had a iomega zip drive at college and the 100mb disc. And remember telling my friend that I could 70 times the "data" of a floppy disk!



Bah! My first disk drive was a 5.25" floppy drive that held 360kb. The drive cost £600 in 1979. Mind blowing really.

barbiegirl

Bah! My first disk drive was a 5.25" floppy drive that held 360kb. The … Bah! My first disk drive was a 5.25" floppy drive that held 360kb. The drive cost £600 in 1979. Mind blowing really.



Whilst we're reminiscing, I remember in 1996 paying £280 for a 3.2gb SCSI hard drive, still got it in original box ...................oO

gazw

Whilst we're reminiscing, I remember in 1996 paying £280 for a 3.2gb SCSI … Whilst we're reminiscing, I remember in 1996 paying £280 for a 3.2gb SCSI hard drive, still got it in original box ...................oO


Ah I remember back in 1902 paying 2d for a slate and chalk, sigh those were the days!

good price, far too slow

MadBob

Ah I remember back in 1902 paying 2d for a slate and chalk, sigh those … Ah I remember back in 1902 paying 2d for a slate and chalk, sigh those were the days!



Receipt proof please .................
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