Transcend High Speed 80X with R4

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Jan 1, 2007
  1. ym2kmobile
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    Newcomer ym2kmobile Member

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    Hi,

    I am thinking of getting that Transcend Micro SD High Speed 80X to use with my R4DS, any compatibility issue?
     
  2. ym2kmobile
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    Newcomer ym2kmobile Member

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    Hi,

    To those wondering where i got this memory solution, here is the price list to our cheapest retail store in singapore.

    Singapore Local Store Price List

    FYI: All price indicated are in SGD! [​IMG]
     
  3. dxmboss

    Newcomer dxmboss Newbie

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    i use that microsd with my supercard slot 1. It works perfect no slowdowns. I would assume it would be fine but dont quote me.
     
  4. mflo

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    If someone is willing to try it with the R4, We would know [​IMG]
    I would do it if I had the money, and an NDS >.>
     
  5. wuka

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    80X means... It's 80x faster than a normal SD? Does that mean it's faster than a Kingston microSD (without an X rating)?
     
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    I believe the X is a read/write speed. A kingston is somewhere at 60 i believe (or 40)
     
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    Be nice to know exactly was in the link provided. All I got was garble.
     
  8. 4saken

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    It was a price list. Somewhere in the middle columns and just below the centre (this is from memory only), yo can see the prices for the transcend microSD.
     

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