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Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Link5084, Aug 26, 2008.
I saw they have a 4GB on sale for $17.99.
Aw sweet, I see a 4GB microSD for $19 at Newegg. One question though, how is it compared to the Kingston 4GB microSD one?
my understanding is a good name brand class 6 is fine for sdhc.
Those ones are great and are better than the Kingston 4GB one since I think Kingston only sells class 4 ones.
Nah, I just got a Kingston 4GB instead because I heard the Adata's microSD cards drain a lot of battery life. Now how long should I expect my package from Meritline to arrive?
5 days business days.
Thats the first I heard of that. Seems to me that (electrical) current demands would be part of the SD standard. Thus eliminating deviation and the possibility that any given uSD card would work with any given device. Or, if not, the voltage specs would be listed on the package so you could match up a card with your requirements.
My adata 4 gig/ak2 seems to last about 4-5 hours on a full charge (at full brightness). Seems about avg compared to what other people get.
Does Meritline want a signature for it?
You should have gotten a Transcend, I believe it's cheaper on Newegg and it works like a charm.
i would buy form a store save u form someone hacking into your cerdit card but do what you want
Do online merchants do anything with your credit card number once you give it to them?