Great value with excellent quality and plenty of storage.
13 March 2012
Excerpt: There's little in the way of deciding features for buying a USB flash drive, but as with many things, the greatness lies in the details, and detail is precisely where this tiny device provails. The build quality of the device is much better than others that you might come across, as opposed to a cheap plastic case which easily breaks, this one is a solid piece of metal which makes it very sturdy. The metal body is then coated by a removable rubber sleave with a lid.
Highly recommended, especially if you keep losing stuff
10 January 2012
Excerpt: You are now really spoilt for choice for USB sticks as they are so common. My previous one didn't have enough room for all that I wanted (Was 1GB) so I saw this one at my local Morrison's store for a paltry £4. At a pound a GB this represented amazing value. Some might worry that because it's so cheap it might not be high quality but let me assure you that this is not the case. It's made by Sandisk which is a reputable brand that have been around for ages.
Excerpt: About 3 years ago I felt the need to purchase a new memory stick or as they are also known, a flash drive. I wanted it mainly for moving files between my old and new laptops and for the occasional time I might need to take a file with me somewhere. I wasn't expecting to use it everyday and I wasn't expecting to want to store a lot on there either, so I figured 2GB of memory should be enough.
This is a must buy if your needing a cheap, small and fast flash drive
17 August 2009
Excerpt: The San Disk Micro Skin is a great priced USB stick and actually my favourite to date mostly for the the capacity, small form factor and the cheap price. I own 4 of them 3 the 8GB version and 1 of the 4GB version. as I you can see I think the 8GB version is much better value for money. The flash drive casing is one solid piece of metal unlike some cheap one which have a plastic casing around the chip and ends up breaking through time.
This is a remarkable piece of kit for an affordable price.
4 August 2009
Excerpt: I remember years ago when this kind of technology first came out and remember buying what seemed like an excessively big 128mb memory stick for the princely sum of £14; 1gb sticks were available but cost upwards of £40. It was always engrained in my mind that if you wanted a decent amount of storage you'd have to fork out mega-bucks, so imagine my surprise when I spotted this little beauty for £14!
Excerpt: Big might be beautiful, but tiny can be tremendous! We have been on a Norwegian cruise and have taken lots of photographs which I wanted to show my friend. I have to admit having a digital camera is useful but not having hard copies of photos sometimes is a disadvantage. I was wondering about copying onto a CD but my husband suggested I used one of his memory sticks.