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Play.com / 16GB / USB Flash Drive

Manufacturer: Play.com

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  play.com 16gb usb

| | See all jemimawilson's reviews (3)

received today but unable to use to watch avi files through dvd player i have formatted to ntfs but still no joy so will be returning i have got other 4gb usbs and have never had any probs with those so i give up!

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  Use with Xbox 360

| | See all PatSales's reviews (4)

I bought this to use with my Xbox 360 and it works like a charm. I have had no glitches or hiccups with it for the 4 months i've had it. As a previous user has stated this drive doesnt have a key-ring attachment link, but that doesnt matter if your not going to move it very far.

Would recommend to anyone - store films, music, files and play them at work.

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  16gb Flash Drive

| | See all WiiSki's reviews (1)

FYI the one with the key ring attachment is the "ready boost" version. much faster too...its here 14.99,also excellent i have 6 of em..trouble is people borrow them.!

  Not quite 16GB

| | See all TonyP2000's reviews (1)

Just a note that although this is great USB Drive and good value for money its capacity is 14.9 GB Some BS about the metric system of measuring disks.......

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  Great Flash Drive!

| | See all Livewire2007's reviews (3)

What can I say? Ordered this couple of days before Xmas and it arrived on time!!! No instructions..plug it in to a USB port and away you go! Very easy to use..drag/drop files to external drive in 'My Computer'..as easy as that! Pretty fast and my PC is ten years old! No probs as yet and does have flashing red LED when plugged in depsite what is said in other reviews. Other people have said that it is too big to plug in next to another USB device but have had no problems with that. Does what it says on the tin and for a great price! 16GB for 13 quid!!! Works brilliantly in my dvd player for DIVX movies. Buy one now..and I don't work for PLAY! Only downside I guess is that you can't put it on a key chain..but hey..keys is for keys! :)

  really good

| | See all boo1o8's reviews (2)

a 8g USB in tesco is around 20 pounds... so i got this and its really fast and slick, a all round beast of a product

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  Suprisingly fast for the money

| | See all zanderman91's reviews (4)

Can get up to 16mb/per sec on average which considering its the cheapest 16gb drive is great, very satisfied!

  Any HDD or Flash Drives will not show their full capacity.

| | See all MartinJKnight's reviews (3)

In response to the previous.

In order for the HDD's and Flash Drives to operate, part of the capacity is allocated. Even if you have 500gb HDD, atleast a small percentage of that will be taken away for it to operate.

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  Good Drive but Average Performance

| | See all Blackrivergod's reviews (2)

This is a great drive for the money but not really fast enough for use as extra Xbox 360 storage.

BTW For anyone moaning about the size of this flash drive, you will never get the full amount after formatting. The file system will take up some of the space. This is true of all drives, whether Flash, SD or HD. Check your facts.

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  Yes it is 16 GB

| | See all Richard299400's reviews (1)

Hard drives are measured using 1 GB = 1 billion bytes. Memory is measured using 1 GB = 2 to the power 30 bytes = 1073741824 bytes (also called 1 GiB). So 1 GB of RAM is about 7% more than 1 GB of disk.

This USB drive contains 14.9 GB of memory, which is 16 GB of disk. This is the normal way disk drives are specified.

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