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    I'm going later today to buy my 8GB card...got the hook up from a friend who works at Circuit City, I'm getting 35% off

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    You can say that a card's transfer rate is 100x faster than current cards...but 100x faster being the 100x allowed by a slow, cluttered computer or device, or by any computer or device regardless of its speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skelzer View Post
    or so you think it's a Sandisk...
    LoL...Scamdisk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by untjoker View Post
    Good article Hayden, however I'm not sure how they are getting away with saying it's the industry's first "premium" memory cards. USB 2.0 is USB 2.0 no matter what company is making the memory card. I'd love to see their beta/test data proving their cards have faster read/write speeds than all the other competitors.....

    You know that info is classified!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky13mt View Post
    My 4gb Kingston works great for me.
    Ditto.


    The average user isnt going to be siting at their desk going damn, if i had gotten the SanDisk card I could be going Xmb per second faster then this.
    Also as mentioned transfer rates also depend on the hardware's capability of using that transfer speed.
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    when i'm transfer ringtones or anything like that, although slow, it's not slow enough for me to want to 'upgrade' my memory card, if i am gonna be putting on a couple of movies or anything, i will pop my card out and put it in a card reader, those are really fast. i can turn my phone off, put three movies on my phone, then restart it faster than i could if i just did the transfer straight to my phone.

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