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SanDisk Ultra Fit High Speed USB 3.0 Flash Drive 32GB £9 (Using Code) @ Rakuten/Base
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SanDisk Ultra Fit High Speed USB 3.0 Flash Drive 32GB £9 (Using Code) @ Rakuten/Base

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Posted 19th Feb 2015

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Use: FEBDEAL10% (Cheers Andywedge)

With read speeds of up to 130 MB/s and write speeds up to ten times faster than standard USB 2.0 drives1, the SanDisk Ultra Fit High Speed USB 3.0 Flash Drive lets you quickly move, store, and share your favourite media. Use it to add up to 64 GB2 of storage to your device or quickly move files between your laptop, tablet, game console, TV, car audio system or other USB-enabled device. You can even transfer a full-length movie in less than 40 seconds3. And because the drive is backward compatible, it works in any USB 2.0 port
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Great price, thanks.
Ordered thanks!
Ordered. Bargain ☺
Bought one of these a while ago. The trouble I have with it is that it somehow remains "active" so that my tablet doesn't go properly to sleep and the battery goes flat overnight and my PC won't shut down at all with this connected. Something to do with the included "secure access" software maybe?
Otherwise its fine.
These get hot to touch for some reason.
SenorFunkyPants

Bought one of these a while ago. The trouble I have with it is that it … Bought one of these a while ago. The trouble I have with it is that it somehow remains "active" so that my tablet doesn't go properly to sleep and the battery goes flat overnight and my PC won't shut down at all with this connected. Something to do with the included "secure access" software maybe?Otherwise its fine.



Can you format it to remove the software?

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sherific

Can you format it to remove the software?


Yes you can.
Be careful if buying for a car as I purchased a 16Gb one and music just constantly skip, commonly reported elsewhere. If you have a micro SD card spare, and speed/usb3 not as important have a look at the pny nano sd reader (£3.98 ebay)

Any they definitely do get hot in use.
Edited by: "spembo" 19th Feb 2015
Great price, but it doesn't have anywhere to enter the code on a guest purchase.
Ellis456

These get hot to touch for some reason.



Mine does too.

also:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/8947/~/removing-secureaccess-version-2.0-on-a-flash-drive
Edited by: "SenorFunkyPants" 19th Feb 2015
These are a waste of time - too small to dissipate heat properly, if they're like other "USB 3.0" (but cheaply-made) Sandisk USB3.0 models (of which I own three different models), they will have a WOEFUL write speed "UP TO ten times faster than USB 2.0" LIES - USB 2.0 is about 35MBps max speed. Sandisk USB 2.0 (of which I own a further two models) write at a pitiful 6MBps. Which is SLOW even for USB 2.0. So, if Sandisk AREN'T lying, or being so deceptive as it is de-facto lying even if legally the wording is carefully-checked by lawyers: 10x 6 = 60MBps. So do these write at 60MBps MINIMUM? Or, to be generous, even HALF that speed 30MBps? You tell me. I'd bet my house that they don't.
My USB 3.0 Sandisks write at 15MBps maximum, and that's what Windows is reporting for the transfer, which means it's probably writing to the physical drive (due to write-caching) for tens of seconds after the transfer APPEARS to end (thus, Windows is unfit for purpose, incidentally this is why you agree to an End User License Agreement, so you can't sue Microsoft without getting counter-sued, get it?).
If you support these companies, they'll keep putting poor-quality, annoying, slow stuff onto the market. YOU have control, if you want it... (Sandisk ARE generally RELIABLE at least, but not cheap for the speed).
Heat added!!!
spembo

Be careful if buying for a car as I purchased a 16Gb one and music just … Be careful if buying for a car as I purchased a 16Gb one and music just constantly skip, commonly reported elsewhere. If you have a micro SD card spare, and speed/usb3 not as important have a look at the pny nano sd reader (£3.98 ebay)Any they definitely do get hot in use.



And/or Pound Shop SD/MicroSD Card Readers too, huh ..... lool. :-)
Got a couple of these a few weeks back and they seem fine.

Decent write speeds of around 30MBps on my win 8.1 pc.

They do get hot as reported above.
So Mr Wedge is getting his own codes now is he

FEBDEAL10% (Cheers Andywedge)

Ordered, crazy loony cheap price and fast as well! Perfect for stuffing in the back of Ye-Olde-Smart-Thin-TV to play from!

24454848-SCgQW

Edited by: "008" 19th Feb 2015
Too easy to lose these. Flash drive is not wireless mouse transmitter that stays in one place forever! What's the point of making them so small!!!
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yulu91

Too easy to lose these. Flash drive is not wireless mouse transmitter … Too easy to lose these. Flash drive is not wireless mouse transmitter that stays in one place forever! What's the point of making them so small!!!



Oddest criticism ever. Sew your pockets?
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I don't want to
yulu91

Too easy to lose these. Flash drive is not wireless mouse transmitter … Too easy to lose these. Flash drive is not wireless mouse transmitter that stays in one place forever! What's the point of making them so small!!!



You can leave it in your laptop even when you use a laptop case / bag, just like a wireless mouse transmitter.
This makes it much easier to find on the occasion that you need a memory stick, it's always plugged into your laptop. If you have the USB ports to spare anyway.
Also good for places where you will leave it in one place forever and/or don't want it to stick out. Like in the car radio filled with MP3's or sticking out the side of your TV.

Anyone know the best price on the 64GB version of this?
yulu91

Too easy to lose these. Flash drive is not wireless mouse transmitter … Too easy to lose these. Flash drive is not wireless mouse transmitter that stays in one place forever! What's the point of making them so small!!!



ReadyBoost, My memory is soldered to the motherboard and usb 3.0 read speads stop me going insane xD.

I'll eventually get a ssd at one point, but I couldn't pass on 5.99 for the 16gb version of the SanDisk ultra-fit.
on ebay you can buy in same price. ......
bartheziko

on ebay you can buy in same price. ......



Cheapest i could find is £10.99
yulu91

Too easy to lose these. Flash drive is not wireless mouse transmitter … Too easy to lose these. Flash drive is not wireless mouse transmitter that stays in one place forever! What's the point of making them so small!!!



Perfect for my car stereo where full size usb stick would be constantly pushed and knocked out.

Heat added
Sorry for being thick, but I can't see which page to put in the voucher? I went right up to confirming payment and couldn't see a box.
TechSucks_ChooseWisely

These are a waste of time - too small to dissipate heat properly, if … These are a waste of time - too small to dissipate heat properly, if they're like other "USB 3.0" (but cheaply-made) Sandisk USB3.0 models (of which I own three different models), they will have a WOEFUL write speed "UP TO ten times faster than USB 2.0" LIES - USB 2.0 is about 35MBps max speed. Sandisk USB 2.0 (of which I own a further two models) write at a pitiful 6MBps. Which is SLOW even for USB 2.0. So, if Sandisk AREN'T lying, or being so deceptive as it is de-facto lying even if legally the wording is carefully-checked by lawyers: 10x 6 = 60MBps. So do these write at 60MBps MINIMUM? Or, to be generous, even HALF that speed 30MBps? You tell me. I'd bet my house that they don't.My USB 3.0 Sandisks write at 15MBps maximum, and that's what Windows is reporting for the transfer, which means it's probably writing to the physical drive (due to write-caching) for tens of seconds after the transfer APPEARS to end (thus, Windows is unfit for purpose, incidentally this is why you agree to an End User License Agreement, so you can't sue Microsoft without getting counter-sued, get it?).If you support these companies, they'll keep putting poor-quality, annoying, slow stuff onto the market. YOU have control, if you want it... (Sandisk ARE generally RELIABLE at least, but not cheap for the speed).

TechSucks_ChooseWisely

These are a waste of time - too small to dissipate heat properly, if … These are a waste of time - too small to dissipate heat properly, if they're like other "USB 3.0" (but cheaply-made) Sandisk USB3.0 models (of which I own three different models), they will have a WOEFUL write speed "UP TO ten times faster than USB 2.0" LIES - USB 2.0 is about 35MBps max speed. Sandisk USB 2.0 (of which I own a further two models) write at a pitiful 6MBps. Which is SLOW even for USB 2.0. So, if Sandisk AREN'T lying, or being so deceptive as it is de-facto lying even if legally the wording is carefully-checked by lawyers: 10x 6 = 60MBps. So do these write at 60MBps MINIMUM? Or, to be generous, even HALF that speed 30MBps? You tell me. I'd bet my house that they don't.My USB 3.0 Sandisks write at 15MBps maximum, and that's what Windows is reporting for the transfer, which means it's probably writing to the physical drive (due to write-caching) for tens of seconds after the transfer APPEARS to end (thus, Windows is unfit for purpose, incidentally this is why you agree to an End User License Agreement, so you can't sue Microsoft without getting counter-sued, get it?).If you support these companies, they'll keep putting poor-quality, annoying, slow stuff onto the market. YOU have control, if you want it... (Sandisk ARE generally RELIABLE at least, but not cheap for the speed).

Voucher isn't working for me, sadly. Maybe it's expired.
Zeipher

Voucher isn't working for me, sadly. Maybe it's expired.



Yes it expired yesterday 23:59
Ah, expired yesterday. My bad.
if you're planning on getting a Sandisk device to use as a bootable OS, don't do it. The configuration on some of their devices means that they're picked up as HDD rather than a device with removable storage. Word of warning.
TechSucks_ChooseWisely

These are a waste of time - too small to dissipate heat properly, if … These are a waste of time - too small to dissipate heat properly, if they're like other "USB 3.0" (but cheaply-made) Sandisk USB3.0 models (of which I own three different models), they will have a WOEFUL write speed "UP TO ten times faster than USB 2.0" LIES - USB 2.0 is about 35MBps max speed. Sandisk USB 2.0 (of which I own a further two models) write at a pitiful 6MBps. Which is SLOW even for USB 2.0. So, if Sandisk AREN'T lying, or being so deceptive as it is de-facto lying even if legally the wording is carefully-checked by lawyers: 10x 6 = 60MBps. So do these write at 60MBps MINIMUM? Or, to be generous, even HALF that speed 30MBps? You tell me. I'd bet my house that they don't.My USB 3.0 Sandisks write at 15MBps maximum, and that's what Windows is reporting for the transfer, which means it's probably writing to the physical drive (due to write-caching) for tens of seconds after the transfer APPEARS to end (thus, Windows is unfit for purpose, incidentally this is why you agree to an End User License Agreement, so you can't sue Microsoft without getting counter-sued, get it?).If you support these companies, they'll keep putting poor-quality, annoying, slow stuff onto the market. YOU have control, if you want it... (Sandisk ARE generally RELIABLE at least, but not cheap for the speed).



I have one and get consistent 110mBps when copying over large files. done in no time.
would this work in a wii u?
jejarjeez

would this work in a wii u?


they will, any usb stick would
these are great. i have 5 of the 64gb ones in a laptop. they are so small you don't need to take them out when moving the laptop about. of course i have the maximum amount of HDD space installed, plus a sdxc reader and 128gb card in the expresscard slot and a 32gb in the sd reader so the only way to go is using these without losing portability by having external drives connected by cables or using wifi drives which again is another thing to carry about
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