Too good to be true?

Discussion in 'Gome Flytouch II' started by ebod, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. ebod

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    My 32 GB by Dane-Elec cost me $76 here in nyc class 2....
     
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    I bought an unbranded 32GB card off of ************** for $15 and it works just fine
     
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    Biotic Moderator Staff Member

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    Sdcards are a product were the term more bang for your buck really taks affect. The higher class the higher speed

    Sent from my Ally using Android Tablet Forum
     
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    Works with mine
    Unbranded ones are iffy.
    One worked one didn't.
     
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    Try transferring that much data to it. Chances are that you'll soon find out that you got scammed.

    You obviously have not read this: http://blog.jitbit.com/2011/04/chinese-magic-drive.html

    I hope you figure it out before you lose any critical data on it.
     
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    Sandisk 32gb? Let me put it this way. If ever a true Sandisk 32 gb flash card selling at this price, Sandisk stock with a ticker symbol of sndk will be selling at a single digit instead of a $46 a share. Either the one you looked at is a stolen item or a picture only. Good luck.

    One or two more years. Sandisk if ever has a 128 or 256 GB MicroSD card, one will get that price you saw.

    FROM FLY TOUCH 3
     
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