Dane-Elec Capless USB 2.0 Flash Drive - 32GB - £18.99 delivered @ 7dayshop
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Dane-Elec Capless USB 2.0 Flash Drive - 32GB - £18.99 delivered @ 7dayshop

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Found 20th Oct 2011
Read Speed: Up to 27 MB/s
Write Speed: Up to 10.3 MB/s
Warranty 5 Years!

Don't lose your cap… or your data. These brand new Cap'Less drives from Dane-Elec offer fast read & write speeds in a cool bright design.
Easy to carry - use the keyring loop to attatch it to a lanyard etc
Simple and easy to use - just plug into any available High Speed USB Port on your computer or laptop.

Same people who make the Duracell ones:
techcrunch.com/200…ne/

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Original Poster

Any chance a mod could update the links?
Image: 7dayshop.com/cat…jpg
Deal: 7dayshop.com/cat…023

Used the 7dayshop "post to HUKD" and it seems to have messed things up...

Original Poster

PS: Bought one of these a few weeks ago at £19.99 on a previous deal and very pleased so far.

Ordered, excellent find!

I wish they would have this in a different colour, as this one is soo ugly

Original Poster

reddit

Another option … Another option herehttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Bytestor-32GB-Maxi-Flash-Drive/dp/B003WE9WNW


I looked at that but couldn't see transfer speed available.

Paid more for the 16GB a few years ago, mine has Duracell stamped on it which is fitting for the color. I paid £52 for a 1GB sd-card when they first appeared, found it on the floor one day with teeth marks on it. The Dog had found it.



The read and write speeds are not that much difference from the USB3 sticks that have been posted lately.

I still think it looks ugly

Thanks ordered, heat added, I've also gone for this comes with a 10yr warranty. only available at this price for 24 hours

Dane-Elec ProLine Secure Digital - SDHC Memory Card - 32GB - 200x - Class 10
Normal Price £36.99
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7dayshop.com/cat…OTD

Been available at £18.99, £19.99 and now £20.99. They raise and lower their prices according to popularity, very much like Play and Amazon.

Neostar

I still think it looks ugly


Well it turns me on. Its just not your type.

Ordered.

avoid these, my first one didn't work and the replacement one fell to bits!

StellaDave

avoid these, my first one didn't work and the replacement one fell to … avoid these, my first one didn't work and the replacement one fell to bits!



Comes with a 5year warranty good enough for me.

I have recently purchased one...Great USB decent speeds too

A whole 38p Quidco too

Got mine today works well, good value.

If anyone is still reading this, if partitioned to 2 drives would an xbox only show one drive or the 2 partitioned drives?

barman200

If anyone is still reading this, if partitioned to 2 drives would an xbox … If anyone is still reading this, if partitioned to 2 drives would an xbox only show one drive or the 2 partitioned drives?


I'd expect it would only use 16gb no matter how you partition it. If you want 32gb probably best to get 2 x 16gb drives, but you'll need a short extension cable as 2 in this style won't fit next to each other.

You can however use 16gb for the 360 and use the rest for the pc if that's what you're asking - the 360 can set it up however you want, but start with a blank drive.
Edited by: "Plarkster" 28th Oct 2011

Plarkster

I'd expect it would only use 16gb no matter how you partition it. If you … I'd expect it would only use 16gb no matter how you partition it. If you want 32gb probably best to get 2 x 16gb drives, but you'll need a short extension cable as 2 in this style won't fit next to each other. You can however use 16gb for the 360 and use the rest for the pc if that's what you're asking - the 360 can set it up however you want, but start with a blank drive.




Thanks for the quick response, I'll go for the 2 x 16gb ones then as they are for a couple of xboxes
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