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> 8gb Cf $209.99~4gb Cf $114.99~4gb Sd $114.99, NO REBATES~CF 5 Year~SD LifetimeWarranty
Omicron
post Apr 21 2006, 09:40 PM
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LINK TO BUY 8GB Card $209.99

LINK TO BUY Ridata 4GB 80X Pro II Compact Flash Card - CFRD4GCS-80X $114.99

LINK TO BUY Ridata 4GB 150X Secure Digital Card - SDCR4G-SILV-150X $114.99

Info about 8GB CF Card:

Ridata 8GB 80X Pro II Compact Flash Card - CFR8G-80X-G

Buy this card and let RiData's blazing fast write 80X (12MB/sec) speed WOW you! Your digital device will see a real life increased performance in the areas of reading and writing to its memory. This will allow you to access and send data much faster between your devices and the memory.

Ridata 8GB 80X Pro II Compact Flash Card

Features

* Complies with CompactFlashTM specification 1.4
* Compatible with PC Card ATA standard
* NAND type or AND type flash memory
* Dual voltage: 5V/3.3V
* True IDE mode
* Totally new design for data protection
* 100% CFA standard fit
* Minimum 100,000 erase cycles
* Minimum 10,000 Insertions
* Very low power consumption and automatic power saving
* Zero power data retention, batteries not needed
* 5 year warranty
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Antikx
post Apr 21 2006, 10:07 PM
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Thanks Omicron. Good prices.
I was cheking out the SD and read this:
# Minimum 100,000 erase cycles
# Minimum 10,000 insertions
Maybe I'm understanding it wrong but by minimum do they mean Maximum? I hope so, otherwise I don't know if I have the time to meet the minimum. smile.gif

Please ignore this post. It's been a long week and I'm horsing around.
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icruise
post Apr 22 2006, 01:44 AM
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It will last for a minimum of that many times. Better than "maximum" by a long shot.
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