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Integral 128GB Fusion USB 3.0 Flash Drive (Up to 200/35MB/s R/W)- for £15.99/ 256GB (Up to 210/100MB/s R/W) for £27.97 Delivered @ Mymemory
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Integral 128GB Fusion USB 3.0 Flash Drive (Up to 200/35MB/s R/W)- for £15.99/ 256GB (Up to 210/100MB/s R/W) for £27.97 Delivered @ Mymemory

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Posted 20th MarEdited by:"Brutes"

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Amazon UK Price Matched if You have prime 19:55 Hours.3425180.jpg256GB LINK for £27.97
The leave-in metal USB 3.0 Flash Drive from Integral, ideal for compatible laptops, tablet PCs, TVs, Blu-ray players, games consoles, home and car audio systems.
Product Features
  • Low-profile metal casing
  • Smallest USB Flash Drive in the Integral range
  • USB 3.0 SuperSpeed hardware
  • PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 200MB/s* Read / 35MB/s* Write (128GB)
  • Up to 210MB/s* Read / 100MB/s* Write (256GB)
  • 2 Year Warranty

The Integral Fusion 3.0 is only a tiny 21 x 12 x 4.5 mm and is a fantastic 'leave in' USB solution. It can remain in a laptop or netbook's USB socket without getting in the way in general use or getting knocked and causing damaged to the USB port and keeps the 'clean' look of flat-screen TVs or tablet PC's when plugged in.
Ideal for home media and in-car use, allows you to spend less time waiting, and more time enjoying your content. It's ideal for large files, HD movies, backups and upgrading PC systems and is backwards compatible with USB 2.0 systems.
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3425180.jpgSpecification
  • Product Type: USB Flash Drive
  • Capacity: 128GB/256GB
  • Interface Type: USB 3.0
  • Interface Connectivity: 1 x SuperSpeed USB - 9 Pin USB Type A
  • Weight: 3g
  • Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8.1 and 10 Mac OS 09 and above Linux v2.4.0 and above

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15 Comments
I have one of these, it works fine. Good deal.
sheffield78820/03/2020 13:40

Brutes, you're stealing my …Brutes, you're stealing my deal?😁😁hotukdeals.com/deals/integral-128gb-fusion-usb-30-thumb-drive-130-mbs-delivered-from-my-memory-3410601


Opppss .... please kindly report
Brutes20/03/2020 13:46

Opppss .... please kindly report


😁 it's ok, my deal is a month old, so will expire it. People will not find it on page 77, they need it on page 1.
sheffield78820/03/2020 13:58

😁 it's ok, my deal is a month old, so will expire it. People will not …😁 it's ok, my deal is a month old, so will expire it. People will not find it on page 77, they need it on page 1.


Thanks, Got an email offer. And you know I know It's a good price. Cheerz mate
chrisjagger20/03/2020 12:53

I have one of these, it works fine. Good deal.


Which one do you have 128 or 256 and what are write speeds like when doing a set of multiple small and big files in one transfer
Brutes20/03/2020 14:11

Thanks, Got an email offer. And you know I know It's a good price. …Thanks, Got an email offer. And you know I know It's a good price. Cheerz mate


Got that email too, this is how I knew my deal was still active, I've checked, otherwise I'm too old to remember things . I've expired mine.
Great price cheers
Hi, do these get hot when writing to? Thanks
EvilA20/03/2020 20:11

Hi, do these get hot when writing to? Thanks


I’d expect most USB 3.1 (read: the new and correct name for USB 3.0) all-metal flash drives like this to become reasonably hot to the touch after reading/writing a bunch of data from/to them.
Same price on amazon
sheffield78820/03/2020 14:30

Got that email too, this is how I knew my deal was still active, I've …Got that email too, this is how I knew my deal was still active, I've checked, otherwise I'm too old to remember things . I've expired mine.


Thanks, actually it was £14,99 after your deal when I last posted then jumped to £19.75. Then it's back to £15.99 again.
Brutes21/03/2020 10:59

Yes, already mentioned in the description.


Sorry! Didn't spot that. Good job. Had randomly ordered it from amazon about 30 mins ago before spotting this.
Do people still use USB sticks?

I have loads but not used any for at least two years. My job didn't allow us to use USB sticks incase of data breach.

I use OneDrive for everything else.

Genuine question, not trolling.
Edited by: "thekudos" 2nd Apr
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