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Cash'n'Carrion Our popular MeMIX USB2.0 Memory Watch has been such a hit with customers that we thought we'd give a few lucky punters who are not already enjoying its wrist-borne 256MB the chance to "buy-one-get-one-free".

It's as simple as this: if you buy the 256MB model (which normally retails on its own at £80.85, or £94.99 inc VAT), we'll throw in the 32MB version for just 99p. So, you get both for a mere £81.69 (£95.98 inc VAT).

The offer is valid as of right now, and is not retrospective. Stocks are strictly limited, so if you fancy a top bit of kit for less than a quid, you'd better get down to Cash'n'Carrion pronto.

And if you think you've got time to hang about, here are the specs of the 256MB model:

  • Height: 11mm
  • Diameter: 40mm
  • Weight: 39g
  • Plug & Play on Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, Linux2.4 or higher, MacOS 8.6 or higher
  • USB Cable securely integrated in to the watch strap
  • Bootable disk to start the computer system
  • Contains 256MB of Toshiba flash memory
  • LED Status indicator light
  • Password security for file privacy
  • Standard USB 2.0 connectivity, USB 1.1 compatible
  • Extra 1m extension cable supplied
  • Shock proof and anti-static
  • Read speed of 8MB/second
  • Write speed of 6MB/second
  • Japanese Citizen movement with up to a 3yr battery life

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Our original analysis of the Memix 128MB USB Memory Watch

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