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Help need 64gb usb memory stick advice


happyhotspur

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I need a 64gb USB memory stick but at the cheaper end of the range. Does anybody have any recommendations?

I have looked at the iBoutique® 64GB USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Elite Flash Drive & the PNY Attache 64gb USB 3.0 flash drive, but to be honest I really don't know if either are any good.

I need them for putting all my Video & DVD collections onto a USB memory stick to plug into my TV for viewing.

Thanks

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nickf

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Good quality flash drive , sold by reliable company ( have just ordered from them myself ) http://www.scan.co.uk/products/64gb-corsair-flash-voyager-usb-30-read-85mb-s-write-70mb-s-cmfvy3s-64gb-rf-refurbished

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Phil Ocifer

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I've always found Rymans expensive for most things and here they are selling San-Disk 64GB drives for £29.99 if you want to buy off the high street (and can afford the £5.50 extra).

Otherwise there's always Amazon - some of their items are free delivery but the ones I found (incl. the Boutique) need to have P&P added, like this Toshiba which is only £19.99 but £4.50 delivery.

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xania

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There are plenty of these sold on Ebay - most are good but some are bogus.

Buyer beware and read this first

http://reviews.ebay.com/How-to-check-your-Memory-Stick-Pro-Duo-Real-or-Fake?ugid=10000000008418156

and this

http://www.bl0g.co.uk/memory-stick-capacity-scam.html

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