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MyMemory 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive 200MB/s - Red for £10 /256 GB for £20 Delivered @ Mymemory
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MyMemory 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive 200MB/s - Red for £10 /256 GB for £20 Delivered @ Mymemory

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MyMemory 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Red - 200MB/s

Store, transfer and share up to 128 GB of your favourite photos, videos, music and more with MyMemory USB 3.0 Flash drive.
MyMemory USB 3.0 Flash Drive now offers a fast USB 3.0 connection, allowing you to save time when transferring, sharing or storing files. Its durable casing design and sturdy key ring can be very useful in to attach the USB memory card to keys or to a Neck Strap

Compatible with USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports
The MyMemory 128 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive is backward-compatible, so you can plug it into any USB 2.0 or 3.0 port. It works with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and even Linux without drivers, and there's no software to install. Just plug it in, and go. If your computer has a USB 2.0 or 3.0 connector, you can use Flash MyMemory USB 3.0.

Store Huge Amounts of Content
With a huge capacity up to 128 GB, you can now pack lots of content into the MyMemory USB 3.0 Flash Drive and pop it into your pocket.

Store All your Files and Keep Them Safe

Up to 128 GB gives you plenty of room to hold all your favorite files, from high-resolution photos, MP3s and movies, to presentations, graphic files and other important documents. Easy and secure offline storage for your data and content.

Proven Reliability

With over 10 years experience in selling flash memory cards, USB drives and computer components, we've earned a reputation for quality, compatibility, and performance. Need help? We're available by phone call and email.

Specification
  • Flash Memory capacity: 128 GB
  • USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatible
  • For Mac and PC, No Driver Required
  • No External Power Required
  • Functions as Flash Hard Drive
  • Multiple Operation Systems supported: No driver needed in Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Mac 9.x or later, Linux Kernel 2.4 or later.
  • Compatible with ALL Windows platforms
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Write Speed35MB/s

And one of the comments:

"By David B (01/09/2019)
I had been warned on forums how staggeringly slow this drive is, but I reasoned that at this price how bad could it be?

The answer is staggeringly, infuriatingly bad. I was almost convinced there was a tiny man inside etching the data on tablets of stone. This would explain the drive's curious habit of regularly pausing when writing - presumably the tiny man required regular breaks to catch his breath and mop his brow.

I bought two and both had identical low write speeds, so the issue is highly unlikely to be due to a fault.

For those with the patience of a saint, by all means take advantage of the low cost. Everyone else run for the hills."
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If Micro Sd is so cheap, why are SSD prices going up?

The principle of storage is the same, barring the extra cost of plastic casing ! Isnt it gouging?
Are they still trying to get rid of these?
Cheers OP, ordered and heat added.
Why do they always show the big number as the read speed, then don't even mention the write speed. It's like selling a car and saying it will do 200mph but only in reverse .
Write Speed35MB/s

And one of the comments:

"By David B (01/09/2019)
I had been warned on forums how staggeringly slow this drive is, but I reasoned that at this price how bad could it be?

The answer is staggeringly, infuriatingly bad. I was almost convinced there was a tiny man inside etching the data on tablets of stone. This would explain the drive's curious habit of regularly pausing when writing - presumably the tiny man required regular breaks to catch his breath and mop his brow.

I bought two and both had identical low write speeds, so the issue is highly unlikely to be due to a fault.

For those with the patience of a saint, by all means take advantage of the low cost. Everyone else run for the hills."
Onlydongles18/09/2019 11:02

If Micro Sd is so cheap, why are SSD prices going up?The principle of …If Micro Sd is so cheap, why are SSD prices going up?The principle of storage is the same, barring the extra cost of plastic casing ! Isnt it gouging?


I hear its because when the new iphones come out apple buy up all the SSD silicone or summin'
cramhead18/09/2019 12:49

I hear its because when the new iphones come out apple buy up all the SSD …I hear its because when the new iphones come out apple buy up all the SSD silicone or summin'


Thats just cant be true, since all their supply chain is booked and sourced much much in advance of launch.

I thinks it just extra greed by the sellers.
Yes, we all know these are slow, but the price is good, so voted hot!
was going to vote hot then i realised if i bought this i would end up getting very hot.
is 128gb of usb flash memory at 35mbs a sec for £10 slow ?
ijwia18/09/2019 19:30

is 128gb of usb flash memory at 35mbs a sec for £10 slow ?


You won't get cheaper, if you've the patience to wait for your files to copy over. Or you could run your copy/backup overnight.
Onlydongles18/09/2019 11:02

If Micro Sd is so cheap, why are SSD prices going up?The principle of …If Micro Sd is so cheap, why are SSD prices going up?The principle of storage is the same, barring the extra cost of plastic casing ! Isnt it gouging?


SSD price going up because Apple released new.phones and the pound got weaker so thank Boris
driver818/09/2019 19:34

You won't get cheaper, if you've the patience to wait for your files to …You won't get cheaper, if you've the patience to wait for your files to copy over. Or you could run your copy/backup overnight.



sd cards are quite cheap at the moment are they a better bet for speed and size then ?
dessala18/09/2019 12:38

Write Speed35MB/sAnd one of the comments:"By David B (01/09/2019)I had …Write Speed35MB/sAnd one of the comments:"By David B (01/09/2019)I had been warned on forums how staggeringly slow this drive is, but I reasoned that at this price how bad could it be?The answer is staggeringly, infuriatingly bad. I was almost convinced there was a tiny man inside etching the data on tablets of stone. This would explain the drive's curious habit of regularly pausing when writing - presumably the tiny man required regular breaks to catch his breath and mop his brow.I bought two and both had identical low write speeds, so the issue is highly unlikely to be due to a fault.For those with the patience of a saint, by all means take advantage of the low cost. Everyone else run for the hills."


Yep I can confirm this. Absolutely infuriating stop / start writing. No explanation whatsoever.
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