Kingston 16gb Datatraveler 16GB Micro Usb Flashdrive £6.55 delivered @ zoombits
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Kingston 16gb Datatraveler 16GB Micro Usb Flashdrive £6.55 delivered @ zoombits

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Found 7th Sep 2012
A tad more expensive than last time-still a fab deal for this


Kingston, the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the launch of the DataTraveler Micro – one of the world’s smallest USB Flash drives. The DataTraveler Micro is designed in an ultra-small form factor that can be left in devices such as tablet PCs, slim notebooks, netbooks or car audio systems while on the move. The drive’s light weight and compact size easily adds up to 16GB of extra storage to a device without increasing its footprint. It is simple to use and just needs to be connected to any device with a USB port. DataTraveler Micro blends in easily without blocking other controls and is simple to use for storing, transferring and sharing photos, videos, music and other favorite files while on the move.

Kingston’s DataTraveler Micro is a versatile USB Flash drive that is perfect for use with different devices such as tablets that have a USB port or in slim notebooks. Due to its small size, it is also convenient to be left plugged in while on the go.

Available in 8GB and 16GB, the DataTraveler Micro is backed by legendary Kingston reliability plus a five year warranty and free technical support.


Features/Specifications:
•Capacity — 16GB
•Dimensions — 1.008" x 0.657" x 0.331" (25.6mm x 16.7mm x 8.4 mm)
•Simple — just plug into any USB port
•Convenient — extremely small form factor; drive can be left in the USB port while you’re on the go
•Versatile — perfect for use with tablets or slim notebooks as secondary storage
•Operating Temperature — 0° to 60° C (32° to 140° F)
•Storage Temperature — -20° to 85° C (-4° to 185° F)
•Guaranteed — free 24/7 technical support, five-year warranty
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Just ordered a couple at that price!
Slowest USB flash drive I've ever used, and I've used a few slow ones in my time.
Jeez Id hate to hear what you say about your Ex GFs
Bought one of these last time, it's in the front port of my car stereo - plenty quick enough for that.
starting to learn real quick any pen drive deal that looks too good to be true ie for a few quid.... I might as well go to my back garden and pick a snail off the floor...... and eat it

at least by then the data would have shifted from A to B

USB 3.0 and True Fast speeds only but that cost around £15-20 for a good un
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Kingston Datatravelers are cheap but they're intolerably slow.

I recently got given a 16GB one at work. Even when writing files that were all between 1-2GB each it too about 2 1/2 hours to write about 15GB of data. If you tried to write 16GB worth small files to it your data would probably be rendered irrelevant by entropy before the copy process finished.

A Corsair Voyager will cost you about twice as much but will give you more than twice the performance.
slowflashdriveisslow

Kingston Datatravelers are cheap but they're intolerably slow.I recently … Kingston Datatravelers are cheap but they're intolerably slow.I recently got given a 16GB one at work. Even when writing files that were all between 1-2GB each it too about 2 1/2 hours to write about 15GB of data. If you tried to write 16GB worth small files to it your data would probably be rendered irrelevant by entropy before the copy process finished.A Corsair Voyager will cost you about twice as much but will give you more than twice the performance.



as with almost any product, if you are prepared to pay more, you can find a better option. its surely good value at 6 quid though.
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tfish

Jeez Id hate to hear what you say about your Ex GFs


What, in terms of capacity, or speed?
RP3X

starting to learn real quick any pen drive deal that looks too good to be … starting to learn real quick any pen drive deal that looks too good to be true ie for a few quid.... I might as well go to my back garden and pick a snail off the floor...... and eat itat least by then the data would have shifted from A to BUSB 3.0 and True Fast speeds only but that cost around £15-20 for a good un



Ha ha, Eating snails...brilliant.
Are these capable to use transferring files onto the USB?
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