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Integral 128GB USB Memory 3.0 Flash Drive Fusion Metal Casing up to 200MB/s Read, 35MB/s* Write for £16.25 Sold by Mymemory @ Amazon UK
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Integral 128GB USB Memory 3.0 Flash Drive Fusion Metal Casing up to 200MB/s Read, 35MB/s* Write for £16.25 Sold by Mymemory @ Amazon UK

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Posted 18th JanEdited by:"Brutes"

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The 'leave-in' USB Flash Drive, ideal for compatible laptops, netbooks, tablet PCs, TVs, Blu-ray players, games consoles, home and car audio systems.
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  • As the Fusion USB is only 20mm in length it is the best 'leave in' USB solution.
  • 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
  • Does not spoil the 'clean' look of modern flat-screen TVs when plugged in
  • Many devices will have a protective dust cover that can still be closed even when the Fusion USB is plugged in, due to its tiny size

Key Features-
  • Low-profile casing, ideal ‘leave in’ USB solution
  • Smallest USB Flash Drive in the Integral range
  • PC and Mac compatible

Specification-
Compatibility:
  • Windows XP, Vista and 7.
  • Mac OS X v10.0 or Later.
  • Linux v2.4.0 and above.

Environmental Parameters:
  • Min Operating Temperature 0°c
  • Max Operating Temperature 70°c

Compliant Standard:
  • Plug and Play

Transfer speeds:
  • Up to 200MB/s* Read / 35MB/s* Write (128GB)


This product is compatible with ALL windows platforms.
*Backwards Compatible with USB 2.0 (at 2.0 transfer speed)


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Heat added brutas, looks good.
MrSwitch18/01/2020 17:51

Heat added brutas, looks good.


Thanks..Witcha cheaper than before.
Great buy!
I saw the picture and thought ..sixteen quid for a double bed.. what a deal!
dribspak18/01/2020 19:16

I saw the picture and thought ..sixteen quid for a double bed.. what a …I saw the picture and thought ..sixteen quid for a double bed.. what a deal!


So did I, but I thought it had one of those pullout guest beds. It was the blue connection.
Are these one of the types which get really hot in use?
cb-uk18/01/2020 19:40

Are these one of the types which get really hot in use?


Yes, very
Just a note that if your planning to put this on a keyring the hole is quite small and quite a struggle to make it fit
Edited by: "shopkeeper" 18th Jan
shopkeeper18/01/2020 21:31

Just a note that if your planning to put this on a keyring the hole is …Just a note that if your planning to put this on a keyring the hole is quite small and quite a struggle to make it fit


I remember that problem....
Ive had small ones before. Once it heats it slows down like crazy.

Not this particular one but one of good brand
Edited by: "x80ssm" 19th Jan
Had one of these, it died after 4 months.
Why choose this over the £13.99 SanDisk 128Gb usb3.1 from PicStop recently posted on here? (And still available!)
Edited by: "wdh" 19th Jan
Sorry but these small USB's have shocking reliability. Because of their size, the heat has nowhere to go, so they get very very hot in normal use. If you are leaving them in something, they slow right down once hot, and if you do then remove them, because the heat makes the components / connections brittle, they break very easily. Ironically, freezing cold from me.
I use these in my car. Plugs into the head unit without sticking out and getting caught on things
Ordered it for my Xphase Pro S 360 camera to see if it fits the narrow handle
Had 2, used as backup for the timemachine, both failed after couple of months
Looking on e-bay dozens of Chinese sellers advertising 2tb usb sticks. have reported some to e-bay, but nothing gets done.
Small enough to easily hide... in your person
robjewitt18/01/2020 20:00

Yes, very



Completely wrong.

"Very" implies its only warm but tolerable.

These (just like the Samsung, Sandisk and all the other slim USB sticks Ive had) get as warm as molten lava pouring from an errupting volcano.
On the plus side, if you dont have gas central heating, just get a few of these and copy about 50gigs worth of files onto them, then sit them in a corner of the room - they should heat up your house for a few hours.

THATS how warm they get.....
Begize19/01/2020 11:41

Sorry but these small USB's have shocking reliability. Because of their …Sorry but these small USB's have shocking reliability. Because of their size, the heat has nowhere to go, so they get very very hot in normal use. If you are leaving them in something, they slow right down once hot, and if you do then remove them, because the heat makes the components / connections brittle, they break very easily. Ironically, freezing cold from me.



Agree'd.

Although my comment above is tongue in cheek, there IS an element of truth in it.
These (from ALL manufacturers) clearly have a design flaw.
The circuitboard is tiny, so all the chips are too close together, and there is literally zero room for heat dissipation.

After only a few seconds, the transfer rate drops to a 1990's usb1.1 speed due to the heat build up, and, IF these are used for a lot of writing, they have a life span of literally weeks or months.
Check on Amazon the number of 1 star reviews for all the small footprint usb sticks.....they all say the same thing - that cant be co-incidence.

Sure, you will always get someone saying "I use mine 23 hours a day, never had an issue" etc - well, good luck and well done, but, ALL those 1 star reviews ALL saying the same thing......thats some coincidence...
MrCynical19/01/2020 14:57

Completely wrong."Very" implies its only warm but tolerable.These (just …Completely wrong."Very" implies its only warm but tolerable.These (just like the Samsung, Sandisk and all the other slim USB sticks Ive had) get as warm as molten lava pouring from an errupting volcano.On the plus side, if you dont have gas central heating, just get a few of these and copy about 50gigs worth of files onto them, then sit them in a corner of the room - they should heat up your house for a few hours.THATS how warm they get.....


Well, you’re right. Could have said “hotter than the surface of the sun” but I went for brevity
robjewitt19/01/2020 15:25

Well, you’re right. Could have said “hotter than the surface of the sun” bu …Well, you’re right. Could have said “hotter than the surface of the sun” but I went for brevity



lol
Good for price, but 128 meg memory really needs a faster write speed, 35MB/s doesn’t cut it personally. You need nearer 100MB/s, but each to their own.
I have one of them in 32gb. Never used it. But when j did try to use it, it was never recognised by any machines. I now stick to sandisk
DJS555519/01/2020 16:16

Good for price, but 128 meg memory really needs a faster write speed, …Good for price, but 128 meg memory really needs a faster write speed, 35MB/s doesn’t cut it personally. You need nearer 100MB/s, but each to their own.


I find sandisk ultra flair to be very good for transferring files.
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Samsung "Bar" are the best I've come across, had lots of issues with Sandisk drives over the years, the latest "Flair" drives cheat with their write speeds, as they slow down to a crawl when their write cache fills up during a write of a file or files that are larger than it.
Edited by: "RustySpoons" 19th Jan
DJS555519/01/2020 16:16

Good for price, but 128 meg memory really needs a faster write speed, …Good for price, but 128 meg memory really needs a faster write speed, 35MB/s doesn’t cut it personally. You need nearer 100MB/s, but each to their own.


128 meg?

Are we in 2004?
StrifeyWolf19/01/2020 19:44

128 meg?Are we in 2004?


The year you were born?, might well be!

I meant gig, thanks for pointing that out....you were the only one.

Edited by: "DJS5555" 19th Jan
DJS555519/01/2020 19:48

The year you were born?, might well be!I meant gig, thanks for pointing …The year you were born?, might well be!I meant gig, thanks for pointing that out....you were the only one.(confused)


Lol,
Begize19/01/2020 11:41

Sorry but these small USB's have shocking reliability. Because of their …Sorry but these small USB's have shocking reliability. Because of their size, the heat has nowhere to go, so they get very very hot in normal use. If you are leaving them in something, they slow right down once hot, and if you do then remove them, because the heat makes the components / connections brittle, they break very easily. Ironically, freezing cold from me.


This is the case with all USB flash drives. If you rely upon a flash drive for the storage of valuable data you *will* learn from experience that it is a foolish thing to do.

An SD card with an "Extreme" or equivalent branding - is the more sensible choice.

Nothing however compares to a full form factor SD drive or even a mechanical hard drive.
If these are too hot etc what is a good USB for LG TV for recording TV? Thanks
wdh19/01/2020 11:27

Why choose this over the £13.99 SanDisk 128Gb usb3.1 from PicStop recently …Why choose this over the £13.99 SanDisk 128Gb usb3.1 from PicStop recently posted on here? (And still available!)


Because this one fits on your keyring all the plastic cased ones snap off your keyring in my experience
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