LaCie 8GB MosKeyto USB Flash Drive £14.99 @ MyMemory
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LaCie 8GB MosKeyto USB Flash Drive £14.99 @ MyMemory

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Found 1st Oct 2010
LaCie 8GB MosKeyto USB Flash Drive

The LaCie MosKeyto measures less than 20mm and weighs 10 grams! One of the smallest USB keys on the market, it is nearly invisible when plugged into your computer.

13 Comments

Use backforgood for 5% off, although i still think this is expensive.

Original Poster

Cheapest price available for this product. Price includes delivery

If you want something small, this is ideal

Quidco available too!

Nice. Would buy one but theres a 97% chance im losing that!

this looks pretty good for netbooks and laptops where you don't want a big stick sticking out that might get knocked and damaged, or damage the usb socket i wonder what the speeds are like

i think this is a hot price!

uni

this looks pretty good for netbooks and laptops where you don't want a … this looks pretty good for netbooks and laptops where you don't want a big stick sticking out that might get knocked and damaged, or damage the usb socket i wonder what the speeds are like


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no worse than basic sandisk cruzer etc

sabz786

I personally think this is a much better option and is not much bigger!


that ALOT bigger - take off the size of the usb connector then compare
Edited by: "brilly" 1st Oct 2010

You could get an 8gb micro sd card for a tenner then spend two quid on a tiny usb reader from dealextreme

dealextreme.com/det…558

Its actually minute in reality. Plus much better looking and cheaper! This one listed does stick out a bit and its not 'invisible'. If your transporting the netbook/laptop around you would still need to remove it to avoid any dmg to the drive/system just like any other usb stick.

uni

this looks pretty good for netbooks and laptops where you don't want a … this looks pretty good for netbooks and laptops where you don't want a big stick sticking out that might get knocked and damaged, or damage the usb socket i wonder what the speeds are like

sabz786

I personally think this is a much better option and is not much bigger!

crumpetman

You could get an 8gb micro sd card for a tenner then spend two quid on a … You could get an 8gb micro sd card for a tenner then spend two quid on a tiny usb reader from dealextreme[url=http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.25558]http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.25558[/url]



Would not recommend this, did this last year at uni and was fine until I lost everything on the card after the reader become faulty. Only fine for occasional transferring/reading of cards I'd say.

the sandisk one is much bigger

Original Poster

i agree with sabz786...the micro SD card holders break very easily. Its all about getting good deals but you still get what you pay for.

I own a few lacie products and have never had any problems unlike some of the stuff purchased from dealextreme.

That Sandisk one is HUGE mate!!!!

Compared to the LaCie one that Sandisk one is like the monolith from 2001.
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