8GB Kingston microSDHC at Newegg, $20.99

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  1. carterman
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  2. El Blacksheep

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    i paid somewhere in the neighborhood of $35 for my 4gb kingston micro sdhc at frys [​IMG];

    i might have to get this. then i could drop my 4gb into my phone... (i wonder if it supports sdhc...)
     
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    You can get this same card for $23 shipped at J&R.
     
  4. War

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    That's pretty damn good, considering I payed 30+ for mine... and that's not counting tax and gas money to get to Fry's.
     
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    why isn't that on the canadian website!!!!
     
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    That's a pretty slick deal right now, though the prices will only continue to drop in the future.
     
  7. Raven Darkheart

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    its only a class 4 guys. the price isnt bad but i rather have my class 6 adata card
     
  8. Zaiga

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    That seems like a pretty good deal for such a large card.
     
  9. quim69

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    Class makes absolutely no difference. The class rating guarantees a minimum sustained WRITE speed (for use in cameras etc). Virtually every MicroSD card released will give ~20MB/sec read speeds.

    The important bit is the random access times - which are best in toshiba, transcend and a-data cards.

    Do kingston still use rebadged toshiba parts?