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ByteStor 4GB USB High Speed "Dataferry" Flash Drive - £3.99 @ Amazon
ByteStor 4GB USB High Speed "Dataferry" Flash Drive - £3.99 @ Amazon

ByteStor 4GB USB High Speed "Dataferry" Flash Drive - £3.99 @ Amazon

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Product Features
Compliant to USB 2.0 specifications for high performance (will work in a USB 1.1 socket)
True plug & play connecting to USB, no need for additional power
Read/Write indicator lamp
10-year data retention
Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

20 Comments

Looks good to me?

"no need for additional power" - wow

Ordered two to get free postage. Bargain!

ordered fast drive for under £4 cheers

16gb version was £11.00 ish yesterday, if interested..

Just to give me a rough idea could someone tell me how many photos could go on here. Are we talking a five hundred or five thousand.
Thinking of getting a few as I think it might be safer than a larger GB one as they can always break. This way I could copy my photos twice. Thanks

great deal brought it dont need anything silly like 16gb this is fine and cheap

My 4GB stick cost over £100 3 or 4 years ago!!
Edited by: "nafanny29" 13th Apr 2011

amazon.co.uk/Byt…s_6

Well I'd rather have a fancy 2GB one for £5.55. That's more than enough. Back in my day yadder yadder yadder.....

willgimmence - Apr 13, 2011 … willgimmence - Apr 13, 2011 17:34http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B003WE9WJQ/ref=pd_sim_computers_6Well I'd rather have a fancy 2GB one for £5.55. That's more than enough. Back in my day yadder yadder yadder.....

Pitty they ain't got a 1gb for a tenner i would snatch there hands off!!!(_;)

I sold a 64MB (Yes, I said MB) one to a customer the other week for £8.99.

B*stard I am (_;)

willgimmence - Apr 13, 2011 17:44I sold a 64MB (Yes, I said MB) one to a … willgimmence - Apr 13, 2011 17:44I sold a 64MB (Yes, I said MB) one to a customer the other week for £8.99.B*stard I am

Oh!! i wish i had known i would have given you double that for a 64mb

64 MB? lol where did u sell that?

willgimmence

I sold a 64MB (Yes, I said MB) one to a customer the other week for … I sold a 64MB (Yes, I said MB) one to a customer the other week for £8.99.B*stard I am (_;)


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Just to give me a rough idea could someone tell me how many photos could … Just to give me a rough idea could someone tell me how many photos could go on here. Are we talking a five hundred or five thousand. Thinking of getting a few as I think it might be safer than a larger GB one as they can always break. This way I could copy my photos twice. Thanks



memorycardzoo.com/blo…rd/

Thank you very much, I will take a look at that.

Got this drive - just ran HD Tune on it and getting read speeds of about 16.5MB/s if anyone's interested!

Not a bad price.

Yeah the 4GB Bytestors aren't quite as fast as the 16GB ones, but that probably matters less because it will take less time to fill this small one anyway.

This is good for two reasons.

One: I need cheap usb sticks for bootable OS disks.
Two: I have a 16gb model that I managed to lose a cap for, so I can use the cheapie one's cap on the expensive one and protect it from rain when in my pocket.

Hot.

£5.99 for the blue one now
still £3.99 for the pink

10 year data retention is no warranty. I had one that made the same claim, it didn't last two years.

Link showing £5.99 now.
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