My Supercard Lite came!

Discussion in 'Supercard' started by Linkiboy, Aug 7, 2006.

Aug 7, 2006

My Supercard Lite came! by Linkiboy at 9:34 PM (2,281 Views / 0 Likes) 20 replies

  1. Linkiboy
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    I got my review sample from Shop01 just right now. I have taken a few pics, I will put those up at request. I will do a full review once my TransFlash from NewEgg comes and my SuperKey from KickTrading comes.

    I already tried stuffing it in my DSLite, and it is a very tight fit, unfortunatly. It took me a while to take it out just to take some pictures...

    EDIT: oh and it's hard only to take out, it's pretty easy to put it in.
     


  2. Hanafuda

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    you don't take it out. you just stick it in there the one time, then leave it. It becomes part of the DS. [​IMG]
     
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    I hope you enjoy it! I have my review sample coming from SuperCardStore.com tomorrow along with a regular SanDisk 1GB microSD. I also ordered a SanDisk Ultra II 1GB microSD from newegg.com to do comparisions between memory on the SuperCard Lite. I will also be doing a big review comparing everything from the old SuperCard series with the Lite and different memory cards. I hope it comes tomorrow anyway! [​IMG]

    Enjoy,

    FifthE1ement [​IMG]
     
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    Lol.. I'm gonna start a small community site, get some friends to sign up and then ask for a review sample ;\
     
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    You have to give the review sample back you know. We don't keep these as they are just for testing. Companies are nice enough to lend the products to reviewers so that we can give insight to other potential buyers. It also helps their store as they get credit for supplying the product for testing. Some companies let you keep their products but that’s a small few and its usually bigger corporations.

    FifthE1ement
     
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    Well my review will be more homebrew oriented rather than YARR oriented, I mean you see tons of people asking "how do I get emulators working" and "how do I get Moonshell working?", my review will mainly shed some light on those subjects. I will cover commercial games, though.

    EDIT: At F1fth:

    I get to keep my review/dev sample. Think about it, what good is a dev sample if I can't test stuff on it because you had to send it back?
     
  7. Linkiboy
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    [​IMG]

    One thing I want to mention is that it does NOT stick out. If it looks like it sticks out, then you can still push it in a little bit farther to get complete flush-a-tivity.
     
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    Lol, nice pic Linkiboy! I hate when M3 people slam the SuperCard Lite as they are just jealous that M3 is taking forever! lol [​IMG]

    FifthE1ement
     
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    yeporz Supercard Lite rocks teh sox
     
  10. Linkiboy
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    OMG, my Superkey was supposed to be here today but the mailman got lazy(or something) and just stuffed a note in my mailbox to pick it up at the post office instead of knocking on my door >_>
     
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    anyway noticed the sound glitch in castlevania intro...after that woman go's with the whirldwind.... video is smooth! but little sound glitch im using sandisk ultra2 64kb fat.
     
  12. vicfalc09

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    are you guys getting these "sample" ones for free and if so how did you work out that deal, sorry if this is a stupid question.
     
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    Mine was for advertising them on LieroDS and DSWF as well as offering a review to put on multiple sites.
     
  14. directive0

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    Hey, hate to dig up old threads. Just ordering a micro-sd card for my new SC-Lite (if it ever shows, bought it from kicktrading a few days ago), just wondering if this one is a good buy

    http://canadacomputers.com/index.php?do=Sh...777&cid=990.218


    sorry to pull the usual "I'm a newb, answer my stupid question" thing, but its neccessary!
     
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    I don't know how much memory goes for in canada....but that doesn't seem like a good price to people here in the US. I just purchased 4 sandiskultra II 1 gig microsds from newegg for $49.99 USD each....that's a much faster card than the standard sandisk one and if this website is in canadian dollars (I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt)...it still converts to ~$53 in USD.....so no it's not a good deal to me....maybe it is in Canada.
     
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    Ordered Mine From CheapMod.net - fantastic came within 2 days [​IMG] Tight Fit, Tight as a Scotts Wallet [​IMG] - once in it wont come out (without a Crow bar) [​IMG]
     
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    Congratulations.
     
  18. directive0

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    Hey, thanks for the advice! But I was merely wondering if its a good card for my intended purpose (homebrew, emulation, etc), price is something I will deal with if it means I get it sooner.
     
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    I believe it'll be fine. I got the Ultra II's just in case because everytime I buy any memory from Sandisk, I figure the $10 extra is worth the speed boost so I never get the regular versions. From what I've been seeing from other people's experience, the normal card should run without a hitch as well.
     
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    Awesome, thanks brother. I'm also thinking about maybe just getting a 512 Kingmax stick. Not sure what my best option is.
     

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