Kingston Technology DataTraveler G4 USB 3.1 Gen 1/USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 16 GB - £5.28 - Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Kingston Technology DataTraveler G4 USB 3.1 Gen 1/USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 16 GB - £5.28 - Amazon Prime Exclusive

£5.28£8.59 39% Amazon Deals
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Found 5th Nov
16Gb Kingston with a keyring hook and save 39%! Its a USB 3.0 and is backwards comaptible. Best value for this USB I have been able to find.

8 Comments

Any idea on the speeds?

Thanks mate ordered one. 🔥

I have the previous generation version of this one. It just failed me today after 3 years of use. I lost 16 GB of precious data which I'll never recover. I briefly contemplated suicide, then I settled for random genocide. Ok, I should have made backups, and I've now learnt my lesson, but for the meantime,

FCUK YOU KINGSTON!

Wings182 h, 48 m ago

Any idea on the speeds?


Try the manufacturer and if they don't menton speeds it means it's slow.

So long as it's backwards comaptible I'm happy

Agharta10 h, 2 m ago

Try the manufacturer and if they don't menton speeds it means it's slow.



I bought 2 of them some time ago, and the write speed was terrible...

gorgo201516 h, 12 m ago

I have the previous generation version of this one. It just failed me …I have the previous generation version of this one. It just failed me today after 3 years of use. I lost 16 GB of precious data which I'll never recover. I briefly contemplated suicide, then I settled for random genocide. Ok, I should have made backups, and I've now learnt my lesson, but for the meantime,FCUK YOU KINGSTON!



3 years of use isn't bad for such an item. I've had a hard drive fail after 6 months, Quality writeable DVDs unreadable after a year or so. I suggest you're being a little unreasonable.

gazjon9 h, 6 m ago

3 years of use isn't bad for such an item. I've had a hard drive fail …3 years of use isn't bad for such an item. I've had a hard drive fail after 6 months, Quality writeable DVDs unreadable after a year or so. I suggest you're being a little unreasonable.


Yeah, I consider USB sticks, especially cheap unbranded types, to be the most unreliable of storage types that are really only suitable for moving data about as opposed to storage and definitely not for backup of anything important and non-replaceable.
Edited by: "McGoose" 6th Nov
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