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1GB Gizmo JNR Flassh Drive £10.56 Del + 7% quidco
1GB Gizmo JNR Flassh Drive £10.56 Del + 7% quidco

1GB Gizmo JNR Flassh Drive £10.56 Del + 7% quidco

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Crucial are having a 3 day sale on their Gizmo JNR Flash drives.

1GB-10% discount = £10.56

2GB-12.5% discount = £16.44

4GB-16% discount = £30.54

See comments for product details.

Ready boost compatible too!
- windhoek

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Product info...

Meet the Crucial Gizmo!™ Jr. — our smallest USB flash drive yet. It's only about half the size of a stick of gum, but it offers huge storage potential. The Gizmo! Jr. easily fits on a key chain, in a wallet, or neatly tucked away in your USB port. Plus, it's ReadyBoost™-compliant and backed by a limited lifetime warranty. If you're ready for the next big idea in memory, think small. Think Gizmo! Jr.
The Crucial Gizmo! Jr. drive
• USB 2.0 flash drive
• Ultra-small form factor — 12.4 mm (w) by 34.3 mm (l) by 2.2mm (t); Weight: 1.62 g
• Plug and Play™ — no drivers required
• Available in 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB densities
• ReadyBoost-capable
General system requirements
• Microsoft® Windows® Me and above (drive is not supported for Microsoft Windows 98)
• Mac® OS 9.1 and above
• Linux kernel 2.2.19 and above
• Available USB 1.1 or 2.0 USB port
System requirements for USB 2.0 performance
• Microsoft Windows 2000 and above
• Mac OS 9.1 and above
• Linux kernel 2.2.48 and above
• Available USB 2.0 port
Each Gizmo! Jr. comes with
• Multilingual user guide
• Key chain
• Lanyard
• Protective sleeve

also generous quidco cashback

not sure if it is ahot deal as you can buy 2gb for that price anyway

Original Poster

thanks currychops - I forgot to check quidco, but added to title now

I think the key selling point of these is that they are very compact, an advantage to those who prefer small things :roll:

windhoek

thanks currychops - I forgot to check quidco, but added to title nowI … thanks currychops - I forgot to check quidco, but added to title nowI think the key selling point of these is that they are very compact, an advantage to those who prefer small things :roll:



and they are ready boost compatible so handy for those wanting extra ram to run Vista

currychops

and they are ready boost compatible so handy for those wanting extra ram … and they are ready boost compatible so handy for those wanting extra ram to run Vista




yep they all are

1. Let Vista test is, and check the Do not Retest this device checkbox.
2. Unplug the device
3. Go to regedit
HKEY_local_machine\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\EMDMgmt
4.find the key related to you device (the device vendor and name is in the key)
5. Change the follwing values:
Device Status 0x02
ReadSpeedKBs 0x1000
WriteSpeedKBs 0x1000
6. Plug the device, right click on it to open properties and enable cache.

Thank you =)
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