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Toy Bricks 8GB Doctor USB Flash Drive for $18 + free shipping

Sep 20 2010, 6:35pm CDT | by

Toy Bricks 8GB Doctor USB Flash Drive for $18 + free shipping
 
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Meritline.com offers this Toy Bricks 8GB Doctor USB 2.0 Flash Drive for $17.99 with free shipping ($2.25/GB). That's a buck off our April mention of a similar one and the lowest total price we could find for such an item by $7. It's compatible with most Windows systems (excluding Windows 7).

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