SANDISK Cruzer Glide USB 2.0 Memory Stick - 32 GB, Black & Red for £9.99 @ Curry's
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SANDISK Cruzer Glide USB 2.0 Memory Stick - 32 GB, Black & Red for £9.99 @ Curry's

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Found 29th Sep 2017
Store important files for easy transport and access wherever you're near a computer. The SanDisk Cruzer Glide USB 2.0 Memory Stick gives you 32 GB of space for your photos, music collection, HD videos and important documents.

Transferring and backing up files is as easy as dragging and dropping. You don't need additional drivers, so the flash drive is fast and convenient.

Keep your files safe with preloaded SanDisk SecureAccess software – it lets you create a password-protected folder for sensitive information. 128-bit AES encryption keeps things extra-secure, so you can still share your USB stick if necessary.

The SanDisk Cruzer Glide USB Stick features aretractable design protects the USB connector and makes it compact, so you can slip it into a bag, pocket or purse.


You can collect at store or opt for delivery, have a look below some are free some have charges.


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14 Comments
Not that great considering it's USB 2.0
VelocityEvo15 m ago

Not that great considering it's USB 2.0



and half the price for double the capacity in Tesco.....

COLD ! lol

maxmix
2.0 ????
Why is this hot? You can get a 32GB USB 3.0 memory stick for the same price or cheaper (including SanDisk ones).
rgbws19 m ago

Why is this hot? You can get a 32GB USB 3.0 memory stick for the same …Why is this hot? You can get a 32GB USB 3.0 memory stick for the same price or cheaper (including SanDisk ones).



Cool!, link please? (I'm interested). :-)
Pre November 2008 spec.
I bought a Sandisk USB 3.0 dual ended one (USB and Micro USB) for £7.99 from Amazon.
How much is delivery without prime less then 20quid
fredstar7866 h, 12 m ago

How much is delivery without prime less then 20quid

Please don't even consider wasting your money on this, especially if you have to pay delivery.

Far better and cheaper options out there, many already listed.
i just had to read the comments and description incase i missed something from the title.. but seriously, how the frick can this be hot!! lol
fredstar78630th Sep

How much is delivery without prime less then 20quid


Add on product lol
FTOdude17030th Sep

i just had to read the comments and description incase i missed something …i just had to read the comments and description incase i missed something from the title.. but seriously, how the frick can this be hot!! lol


Some older computers, ie. those natively running Windows 7 and earlier, don't recognise the USB 3.x format so USB 2.0 is the best option for them. When making bootable ISO installers for Windows regardless of the version I prefer USB 2.0 as it's more stable imo than later versions. I'm not saying this is a great deal but for as long as people are using Windows 7 there's going to be a demand for these retro devices. Even older TVs, dvd players etc might not be able to play media from USB 3 sticks so that's another use for them. USB 3 sticks that are always plugged in 24/7 to whatever device usually end up scolding hot risking corruption whereas USB 2.0 ones rarely go fast enough to generate a high temperature so more stable again. The real life transfer rates of some USB 2's are faster than the advertised rates of many USB 3's so the latter isn't always better in the long run.

I only use USB 2's to burn ISO & IMG files onto in case a PC or Mac won't boot up except from a USB drive so that's the only use I have for them and I've got so many that I've bought over the years I don't even know the current price for them new, but they're not redundant. They should be extremely cheap though, just as USB 3 will be almost useless in the future when technology surpasses their usefulness in the mainstream which it already has been to a degree with small external SSDs being used with speeds 10x that of USB 3 and very stable, but like USB 2 there will always be a demand for retro USB 3 devices too.
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