Cheapest MicroSD?

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  1. archagon
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    archagon GBAtemp Regular

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    Where's the cheapest place to buy a 1GB MicroSD cart (including shipping to the US, if applicable)? No rebates!
     
  2. 4saken

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    No rebates? Occasionally sites like buy.com and newegg.com have very cheap deals, but you can get a Kingston Japan for 14 dollars shipped from DealExtreme - the downside? You have to wait a very long time
     
  3. id242

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    archagon GBAtemp Regular

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    Just snagged one off Amazon for $12.35 w/free shipping. [​IMG]
     
  5. MohammadKoush

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    www.shop4tech.com $7.95 after google checkout, free shipping. best price on the internet guranteed
     
  7. suprneb

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    either try ebay or amazon?
     
  8. Syr

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    Careful that you get a legit tf card, I bought a 1 gig kingston taiwan thinking it would be comparable to my 1 gig kingston japan, but alas, the taiwan (incidentally the one that cost $20 less) is awful. My Ninjapass X9 won't even boot with it and my R4 has problems with it. Even the write speed from the computer to card is terrible compared to the one made in japan.
     
  9. Adder74

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    I'd stick with kingston, they have great compatiblity with Supercard lite.
     
  10. Soopy

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    i would also stick with the kingston japanese cards. i have not has a single problem with them and it has very fast transfer speeds (i think above 40x).
     
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