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All USB Memory Sticks

What is a USB Flash Drive?

A USB Memory Stick or Flash Drive is a small device that is capable of holding massive amounts of data. To use a USB memory stick you simply plug the drive into a spare USB port on your computer then it shows as an available drive for you to copy information to. They are perfect for storing and sharing documents, pictures, music and pretty much any other data you need to transfer.

The main benefits of using a USB Memory Stick over an external hard drive are the increased portability, higher resistance to shock that often causes data loss in external hard drives and no need for an external power adapter like some larger external hard drives require.

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HyperX DataTraveler Predator 1TB USB 3.0 Drive
  • 1TB Memory
  • USB 3.0

Manufacturer: HyperX   CCL Code: BAK5782
Mnfr Code: DTHXP30/1TB

RRP £1,107.60 - Save £478.66

CCL Price £628.94 inc VAT

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USB Stick Buying Guide

The humble USB memory stick or pen drive is one of the simplest yet most useful pieces of technology you can carry around with you. Ideal for quickly transferring material between friends, teachers and school machines they are seen by many to be an essential tool. With capacities equal to thousands of floppy disks or dozens of CDs these are grown up storage on a small scale! What is a USB Memory Stick? A USB Memory Stick or Flash Drive is a small device that is capable of holding massive amounts of data. To use a USB memory stick you simply plug the drive into a spare USB port on your computer then it shows as an available drive for you to copy information to. They are perfect for storing and sharing documents, pictures, music and pretty much any other data you need to transfer. What are the benefits of a USB Memory Stick over an external hard drive? The main benefits of using a USB Memory Stick over an external hard drive are the increased portability, higher resistance to shock that often causes data loss in external hard drives and no need for an external power adapter like some larger external hard drives require. What are the drawbacks of a USB Memory Stick over an external hard drive? USB Memory Sticks relies on flash memory for storage which can be expensive depending on brand and storage space required. Like any data device there is a small risk of data corruption so keeping a backup is essential. With USB Memory Sticks also being so small you have to consider the risk of losing the drive, which is easily the biggest cause of data loss in USB Memory Sticks. What do I look for in a USB Memory Stick? When looking at a USB Memory Stick there are relatively few attributes to consider. Initially you should decide on what capacity you need and with sizes starting from 1GB going up to several hundred gigabytes. The next major consideration is the design and quality of the drive, do you like the look of the USB drive? Does it have a removable cap that...