Toshiba 64GB TransMemory USB 3.0 Flash Drive at BT Shop for £10.50
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Toshiba 64GB TransMemory USB 3.0 Flash Drive at BT Shop for £10.50

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Found 12th Apr
Toshiba 64GB 3.0 USB Drive, Previous Been On Offer For Amazon Prime Customers But This Is BT Shop With Free Delivery
£10.50 Delivered
More Than 50 In Stock At Time Of Posting
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Excellent price; thanks @liam116
Slooooowww.
Back at same price at Amazon. Guess they're price matching.
ordered. Thanks
gslgregory14 h, 49 m ago

Back at same price at Amazon. Guess they're price matching.


no free delivery on there unless you are prime
trickytree19849 m ago

no free delivery on there unless you are prime


Fair enough - but it might help anyone who is on prime (like me) or is buying other stuff - I also got £1 credit for no rush delivery, so it was better for me
Ordered, heat from me!
Is that really slow as they say?
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showing as £5 delivery for me on standard!

I think its because I setup a business account with them. The free delivery sign appears in another browser when not logged in
Edited by: "computerrobot" 13th Apr
computerrobot21 m ago

showing as £5 delivery for me on standard!I think its because I setup a …showing as £5 delivery for me on standard!I think its because I setup a business account with them. The free delivery sign appears in another browser when not logged in


Create a new account? I got free delivery
Vasile_Dobrin40 m ago

Is that really slow as they say? [Image]


I'll be using this to plug into the USB on my tv and play DVDs. It doesnt meed to be mega quick.
I have the previous version (16GB USB2.0) of this which is slightly faster, 4MB write 35MB read

With SSDs coming down again I wouldn't bother with el-cheapo USB storage if you want something reliable and quick, get an SSD and put it in a USB enclosure. Integral 120GB from mymemory for £25 and a usb enclosure for <£5 will easily sustain 200MB read/write

The SSD in a repurposed seagate 2.5" USB caddy gives me near 350MB read/write

horses for courses and all that
Edited by: "Magnets" 13th Apr
Magnets1 h, 22 m ago

I have the previous version (16GB USB2.0) of this which is slightly …I have the previous version (16GB USB2.0) of this which is slightly faster, 4MB write 35MB readWith SSDs coming down again I wouldn't bother with el-cheapo USB storage if you want something reliable and quick, get an SSD and put it in a USB enclosure. Integral 120GB from mymemory for £25 and a usb enclosure for <£5 will easily sustain 200MB read/writeThe SSD in a repurposed seagate 2.5" USB caddy gives me near 350MB read/writehorses for courses and all that


We're talking 10 quid....?
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