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CHEAP SanDisk Cruzer Titanium U3 USB Flash Drive 2GB £22.99 Delivered (Don't forget Quidco)
CHEAP SanDisk Cruzer Titanium U3 USB Flash Drive 2GB £22.99 Delivered (Don't forget Quidco)

CHEAP SanDisk Cruzer Titanium U3 USB Flash Drive 2GB £22.99 Delivered (Don't forget Quidco)

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These are great - Good price. Voted Hot!

Voted cold as I can't find anything that justifies such a high price for a 2GB pen drive. Sorry. Should be £10 - £15 for a 2GB pen drive to be a "hot deal".

Well its U3 and Titanium.

What's U3?

Well u3 means you can run programs direct from the USB flash drive, providing the program is u3 compatible.

From Wiki article;

U3 LLC is a joint venture that is backed by Sandisk and its subdsidiary, … U3 LLC is a joint venture that is backed by Sandisk and its subdsidiary, M-Systems. U3 is responsible for the development of a proprietary application design specification created for Microsoft Windows operating systems so that applications can be executed directly from a specially formatted USB flash drive. Applications are allowed to write files or registry information to the host computer, but this information must be removed when the flash drive is ejected.USB flash drives adhering to the U3 specification are termed "U3 smart drives" by U3.com. "U3 smart drives" differ from traditional USB flash drives because they come preinstalled with the U3 Launchpad, which emulates the Windows OS start menu, and controls program installation.




And the Titanium branding means its made with a Liquidmetal casing, which is crush resistant to 2,000lbs (or so say Sandisk) meaning its good for anyone who needs a rugged flash drive to carry around.

markwills

Voted cold as I can't find anything that justifies such a high price for … Voted cold as I can't find anything that justifies such a high price for a 2GB pen drive. Sorry. Should be £10 - £15 for a 2GB pen drive to be a "hot deal".



I bought one of these a few months ago, they definitely are streets ahead of any cheap plastic £10-£15 drive. They are fast and very solid, also carry a 5 year warranty. Worth every penny if you value your data.

HOT! HOT! HOT!:thumbsup:

Baz8755

I bought one of these a few months ago, they definitely are streets ahead … I bought one of these a few months ago, they definitely are streets ahead of any cheap plastic £10-£15 drive. They are fast and very solid, also carry a 5 year warranty. Worth every penny if you value your data.HOT! HOT! HOT!:thumbsup:



Totally agree! The cheap ones are good for Kids but if its importaint data or you in IT then this is the one to have!
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