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Play.com 64GB USB Flash Drive

Released on 12 June 2012

Manufacturer: Play.com

(9 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

Condition:  New

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£14.99 Free delivery

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The Play.com Flash Drive is a fast and easy way to transfer data between computers in style.

The Play.com Flash Drive from Play.com makes it easy to quickly save and transport your important data. Users can transfer documents, pictures, movie clips and music to other computers with a USB port.
  • Capacity:64GB
  • Replacement for your floppy disks, Zip drives and CD-Rs
  • Read: Up to 23MB/s
  • Write: Up to 8MB/s
  • No drivers needed for Windows 2000/ME and XP and MacOS 8.6 or later, 9.X and 10.1.2 or above
  • Features:
  • Transfer data between school , office and home in style
  • Slim, stylish design for easy use
  • USB 2.0 and 1.1 compliant
  • 2 Year Warranty

customer Reviews

 Average rating (9 reviews)

 4gb limit

| | See all RebornNetwork's reviews (7)

To the person who noted the 4gb file limit this is a FAT32 format limit. Format the drive as NTFS to store bigger files (note: not all devices support reading/writing to ntfs format)

 Excellent value

| | See all StephenRD's reviews (1)

To add to the previous review, the 4Gb limit is imposed by the FAT32 file system, not by the drive. Just reformat it as NTFS and the problem is solved.

 Almost Excellent

| | See all Markoos's reviews (16)

First of all 24.99 is a decent price for a 64GB (shown as 59.5GB in Windows) USB stick. It also looks good and is a decent size. It has a red flashing LED inside to show when data is transferring also.

The data transfer rate is also better than the 32GB version, varying from 9-12 mbps. Which is much improved, but probably should be better.

The only real downfall is the inability to transfer files larger than 4GB's onto it. Surely the limit should be a 64GB file even though the largest file I've come across is only about 10GB. It's a bit of a pain with file sizes getting larger all the time due to improved audio and visual quality. One star off because of this, especially since it's not mentioned in the description.

Other than that it's a very good, straight forward, large capacity and fair priced piece of hardware.

 max file size

| | See all Craggsypottomus's reviews (6)

the maximum file size you are encountering is due to the file system you have your flash drive formatted too. FAT32 format only allows for a maximum of 4gb to be transferred. To overcome this you need to compress larger files using .rar's.

 Real Good

| | See all LylesGold's reviews (5)

Wanted to expand my portable storage and saw this USB on offer. Brought it and really happy with my purchase. Top notch