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Sandisk iXpand (MFI) 128GB USB flash drive £60 (Amazon) Prime Exclusive
Sandisk iXpand (MFI) 128GB USB flash drive £60 (Amazon) Prime Exclusive

Sandisk iXpand (MFI) 128GB USB flash drive £60 (Amazon) Prime Exclusive

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Usually sells for £79.99, the 128GB drive is currently the same price as the 64GB.

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Sandisk are thinking ''Hey lets overcharge Apple users, they'll buy anything''

Well it does look like a whistle not a USB stick.
Still it's a reasonably clever design for devices without microSD and seems to sit a bit more securely than the average OTG drive.
The best solution is of course never to buy Apple stuff which was deliberately crippled by design, but it seems due the success of Apple's business model lots of other manufacturers are following them with no expansion, fixed batteries and similar nonsense.
As long as customers are convinced that 1mm thinner is worth giving up their freedom for. Plus it suits the like of Apple as it forces upgrades. Planned obsolescence but lots of insincere words at apple.com/uk/…nt/
about how much the care for the environment. Typical hollow PR words.

Can't use it with DRM MOVIES

Gkains

Well it does look like a whistle not a USB stick.Still it's a reasonably … Well it does look like a whistle not a USB stick.Still it's a reasonably clever design for devices without microSD and seems to sit a bit more securely than the average OTG drive.The best solution is of course never to buy Apple stuff which was deliberately crippled by design, but it seems due the success of Apple's business model lots of other manufacturers are following them with no expansion, fixed batteries and similar nonsense.As long as customers are convinced that 1mm thinner is worth giving up their freedom for. Plus it suits the like of Apple as it forces upgrades. Planned obsolescence but lots of insincere words at http://www.apple.com/uk/environment/about how much the care for the environment. Typical hollow PR words.



One of the reasons technology manufacturers place onboard memory is as they can control the quality of the chips. Where memory cards can be inserted there is always the chance a substandard chip can be used which will affect the performance of the device. People then moan that the device is slow etc and blame the manufacturer when actually it is the periphery device causing the issue.

Very good deal. Posted a deal around a month ago and it was a tenner more so very hot. Sadly it is apple related and people will auto-bash you. For what it lets you do it is a good price for a decent item. (Although majority of chill possibly people hitting it cold cos they thing it is a bog standard usb stick as well)

what about this 128gb one for £43.99. Its USB 3.0 to the computer and mifi certified

amazon.co.uk/Cer…98Y

I have this - it basically backs up photos. I thought I could swop files like spreadsheets or PDF but tough... disappointed.

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Nerak80

Very good deal. Posted a deal around a month ago and it was a tenner more … Very good deal. Posted a deal around a month ago and it was a tenner more so very hot. Sadly it is apple related and people will auto-bash you. For what it lets you do it is a good price for a decent item. (Although majority of chill possibly people hitting it cold cos they thing it is a bog standard usb stick as well)



Yeah, didn't think it would get hot but it's the cheapest you can buy it for and therefore a deal. Hopefully it's helped someone.
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