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James Bond: USB Flash Drive 64MB (Play.com exclusive!) NOW 4.99 delivered was 34.99
James Bond: USB Flash Drive 64MB (Play.com exclusive!) NOW 4.99 delivered was 34.99

James Bond: USB Flash Drive 64MB (Play.com exclusive!) NOW 4.99 delivered was 34.99

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Granted the files on your USB flash drive might not be blueprints of the next world destroying weapon but who can resist the sleek design and famous 007 logo printed on this USB flash drive."

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Unless you _really_ want the 007 logo you would probably be better off grabbing something like the 2GB one at amazon for £16. Hopefully no one actually paid £35 for this!!!

Thanks in any case though jelli89

It must do something good for that price for a 64mb.

Almost as bad as the Marks and Spencer 49.99 1mb pen drive.

Still way overpriced! I actually flagged this up when it first came out as possibly the worst deal of the year. I had to triple check to see if there was a typo somewhere.

64mb....I thought James Bond had the best gadgets not the worst!

Dear god!!! £4.99!!! for 64MB???? For real???

Actually..

- There's a Class A lazer emitter on the other side of the drive which can cut through sheet steel
- The '7' in the 007 swings to point in the direction of North all the time (unless the USB connector is connected to a suitable GPS device, in which case it points in the desired direction of travel)
- The magnetic material which makes the flash drive is the same material Roger Moore / James Bond once used to unzip a dress
- Pressing the two '0's of the 007 together emits a distress signal which can be picked up by MI5 a matter of seconds after activated.

If QuidCo do not pay up, you may have to go through the MOD as part of the enquiry.

Not bad for under a fiver, I'm sure you would agree ;-)

polak

Actually.. - The magnetic material which makes the flash drive is the … Actually.. - The magnetic material which makes the flash drive is the same material Roger Moore / James Bond once used to unzip a dress


Sounds most useful !

I wish such a tool existed.

64Mb for £4.99 ...............???

I'm going to look at those bell-bottoms in my closet and think "They ain't so bad!".

Does anyone still use 64 meg mem sticks? I realise that they're bigger than a floppy disk, but hey, come on! It's kind of a puny size - for another pound or two you could quadruple the capacity. 1Gb sticks are only about a tenner or so these days.
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