Toshiba/Trascent/Sandisk 8GB ?

Discussion in 'CycloDS' started by dodol, Nov 17, 2008.

Nov 17, 2008

Toshiba/Trascent/Sandisk 8GB ? by dodol at 8:47 AM (2,130 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. dodol
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    Member dodol GBAtemp Regular

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    which one is the better Toshiba/Trascent/Sandisk (8GB) ?
    BTW any news when cycloDS forum going to open for new registration ?
     
  2. Sticks

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    Sandisk 8GB is arguably the best out of those.

    No idea on when they're going to re-open registration. They should've re opened it a while ago...
     
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    I would also recommend SanDisk
     
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    ill say transcned sandisk may be a litte but faster but sandisk corrupts more easy than transcend
     
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    SanDisk are good, I haven't had any problems with them.
     
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    Sandisk (as usual when it comes to microsd) is about the worst in the selection.

    I'd take the Toshiba, then Transcend over sandisk any day.
     
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    Toshiba is the best choice in my opinion.
    It's the manufacturer of the well knows "made in Japan" microSD cards.
    There is a very good access time on those memory even on a 8GB (not the case on sandisk cards).
     

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