Usb flash storage devices

  Springboig 20:11 09 Jan 2004

Has anyone bought one of these small usb plug in storage devices, and if so which one would they recommend.

  jimv7 20:19 09 Jan 2004

I bought 1 over a year ago and its brilliant, answer to your 2nd question, they are all pretty much the same, if you go for 1 get usb2.

  mimo 20:46 09 Jan 2004

hi springboig.i bought the disgo 32mb,fantastic.half price from pc world £19.99,just plug and play with xp.better then the floppy.

  powerless 20:58 09 Jan 2004


  Al94 21:03 09 Jan 2004

I and several friends bought here click here the 64 mb are great value.

  rowdy 22:00 09 Jan 2004

about£21 for 64Mb


  Salinger 22:03 09 Jan 2004

Just as easy to buy a Flash card and a Reader, probably cheaper , too.

  SEASHANTY 22:58 09 Jan 2004

Tiny Disk (USB2 Pen Drive) 128MB is £30-55 inc vat
at Microdirect. click here
The 128MB Medion USB2 pen drives were in Aldi last week around £36.

  The Kestrel 14:17 10 Jan 2004

Cheapest pen drives I have found are at Have ordered 64mb USB 2.0 for £18.

  SEASHANTY 14:46 10 Jan 2004

The 7 dayshop is Channel Islands based and outside the E.U. & U.K. Customs and Excise region for VAT. Therefore any goods + postage totalling more than
£17-99 importwed into the UK from the C.I. are subject to vat @ 17.5%, duty, and a charge of around
£3-85 per order payable to the post office for collecting the charges on behalf of H.M. Customs and Excise. You will not get the goods until you have made full payment of these charges.
See this website click here
This is probably the reason why 7 Dayshop are only offering the 64MB USB pendrive @ £17-99. Going over that and the price would rocket.

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