|SANDISK 32 GB Ultra USB 3.0 Memory Stick – Black, Black from Currys PC WorldSANDISK 32 GB Ultra USB 3.0 Memory Stick – Black, Black
The SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Memory Stick offers a speedy transfer performance and plenty of storage space in a neat and stylish package.PerformanceWith rapid transfer speeds up to 80MB/s, the USB 3.0 flash drive moves files up to four times faster than standard USB 2.0. You can cut down waiting times and transfer large media files in just seconds.Security The SanDisk Ultra comes with SanDisk SecureAccess software, so you can protect your private files from unauthorised access. This software lets you set up a password-protected private folder on your drive, securing your files with 128-bit AES encryption. DesignThe portable form and retractable design make it a practical and travel friendly – you never need to be without storage. Compatible with USB 2.0, the SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Memory Stick is a must for those who store bulky files and important data.
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