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Store, transfer and share up to 128 GB of your favourite photos, videos, music and more with MyMemory USB 3.0 Flash drive.
MyMemory USB 3.0 Flash Drive now offers a fast USB 3.0 connection, allowing you to save time when transferring, sharing or storing files. Its durable casing design and sturdy key ring can be very useful in to attach the USB memory card to keys or to a Neck Strap.

Compatible with USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports
The MyMemory 128 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive is backward-compatible, so you can plug it into any USB 2.0 or 3.0 port. It works with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and even Linux without drivers, and there's no software to install. Just plug it in, and go. If your computer has a USB 2.0 or 3.0 connector, you can use Flash MyMemory USB 3.0.

Store Huge Amounts of Content
With a huge capacity up to 128 GB, you can now pack lots of content into the MyMemory USB 3.0 Flash Drive and pop it into your pocket.

Store All your Files and Keep Them Safe
Up to 128 GB gives you plenty of room to hold all your favorite files, from high-resolution photos, MP3s and movies, to presentations, graphic files and other important documents. Easy and secure offline storage for your data and content.

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Specification Flash Memory capacity: 128 GB
USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatible
For Mac and PC, No Driver Required
No External Power Required
Functions as Flash Hard Drive
Multiple Operation Systems supported: No driver needed in Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Mac 9.x or later, Linux Kernel 2.4 or later.
Compatible with ALL Windows platforms

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They must have taken note of cold votes on here and reduced them.

hotukdeals.com/dea…712
Read Speed 25MB/s
Write Speed 14MB/s
What is USB 2.0 speed?
And as before, code JB10 knocks a further 10% off plus you can get TCB
So slow to write probably take days to fill one up. OK if you want to store pictures and keep them as a backup.
Still reckon they should reduce them even further just to get rid of them.
14 mbs write isn't bad actually. Seen much worse from so-called name makes (My own PNY 128 for example. That takes an eternity to write to and its supposed to be a 3)
Might want to add that if you use the 10% off code "JB10" the price is 8.99

Update: since making this post MyMemory have removed the 10% off promotion on memory sticks so the 'JB10' code no longer works.
Edited by: "bla5er" 10th Jul
Bought and used the 10% code jb10 and top cash back 33p, thanks op
Purchased one, it’s got decent speed transfer but it’s a bargain for a tenner!(y)
As others have said these are really slow. They also have a very bright, annoying red led flashing when in use. I wouldn't buy again.
Edited by: "Ridgehead" 11th Jul
PhilK10/07/2019 14:36

14 mbs write isn't bad actually. Seen much worse from so-called name makes …14 mbs write isn't bad actually. Seen much worse from so-called name makes (My own PNY 128 for example. That takes an eternity to write to and its supposed to be a 3)


True. You can do a lot worse, and at least they are being honest and specifying the write speed this time around. This product used to be an awful lot better. I have some a few years old which manage 45MB/s write constantly. To get USB 3 speeds you would need to multiply the offer price up considerably.
Something like this do for recording on a TV with built-in Freesat?
these any good for PS Classic / Autobleem? I think I'd heard that some 3.0 sticks didn't work
Edited by: "luciferslux" 11th Jul
Would this write speed be an issue if theoretically, a friend of mine had some XVID format files they wanted to watch and moved them from their laptop to this to watch on a TV? how long would one of those files take to move over, assuming they are all around 4gb?
MungoSplodge11/07/2019 09:49

Would this write speed be an issue if theoretically, a friend of mine had …Would this write speed be an issue if theoretically, a friend of mine had some XVID format files they wanted to watch and moved them from their laptop to this to watch on a TV? how long would one of those files take to move over, assuming they are all around 4gb?



Write Speed 14MB per second
14MB x 60s = 840MB/minute
840 x 5 = 4.2GB / 5 minutes
Ridai11/07/2019 10:19

Write Speed 14MB per second14MB x 60s = 840MB/minute840 x 5 = 4.2GB / 5 …Write Speed 14MB per second14MB x 60s = 840MB/minute840 x 5 = 4.2GB / 5 minutes


Ah, sorry that is awfully thick of me. It's literally as simple as that? So it wouldn't judder or anything when playing? That seems ok to me, i guess I am easy to please!

Thank you
As far as I remember it took me 30-40 minutes to backup a 4gb movie. Then I gave it away.
Alik10/07/2019 13:21

Read Speed 25MB/sWrite Speed 14MB/sWhat is USB 2.0 speed?


It's very slow
MungoSplodge11/07/2019 10:23

Ah, sorry that is awfully thick of me. It's literally as simple as that? …Ah, sorry that is awfully thick of me. It's literally as simple as that? So it wouldn't judder or anything when playing? That seems ok to me, i guess I am easy to please! Thank you


Getting the files on and off it will be a miserable experience that takes hours.
Bought one of these for £12.99, its OK for data but I wanted it for a Sony TV to use as a recording drive but playback breaks up every few minutes so it is not fast enough for video.
twizzel11/07/2019 11:02

Bought one of these for £12.99, its OK for data but I wanted it for a Sony …Bought one of these for £12.99, its OK for data but I wanted it for a Sony TV to use as a recording drive but playback breaks up every few minutes so it is not fast enough for video.


without knowing how you partitioned the USB drive or what type of content (quality-wise) your TV is recording, it's very hard to blame the drive itself. a typical BluRay is around 5MB/s, way below this drive's quoted maximum of 14MB/s, so if you are recording SD or HD TV then it should be fine.
Does anyone know if this will work in a Wii?
torquatus11/07/2019 13:43

without knowing how you partitioned the USB drive or what type of content …without knowing how you partitioned the USB drive or what type of content (quality-wise) your TV is recording, it's very hard to blame the drive itself. a typical BluRay is around 5MB/s, way below this drive's quoted maximum of 14MB/s, so if you are recording SD or HD TV then it should be fine.


HD Broadcast breaks up - replaced with a Sandisk which works correctly without breakup
Thanks for posting @Z9Z we have added this to the Highlights pages
PhilK10/07/2019 14:36

14 mbs write isn't bad actually. Seen much worse from so-called name makes …14 mbs write isn't bad actually. Seen much worse from so-called name makes (My own PNY 128 for example. That takes an eternity to write to and its supposed to be a 3)


Would take 2.6 hours to fill up at those measly speeds.
I dont see why they even bother putting 'USB 3.0' on the stick.... its misleading to say the least
Backed up 100gb of photos and had to leave it running over night!!! WD USB C external harddrive made the transfer in under 10 mins.
I buy class 10 micro SD cards and USB adaptors for them, I can't quote read/ write speeds at the moment, but they work very quickly, much quicker than usb3 flash drives I've bought before
So slow, but if you do get them don't forget to go to device manager, disk drives and change it to better performance - it does help.
So mine arrived, its basically useless if you want to use it to put movies on and play them through a tvs usb port because tvs won't power a 3.0. Only useful if you want to take data from a to b...
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