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    I have a feeling the 256 MB and possible 512 MB are on the way. $52 for 128 MB is so cheap!
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    Originally posted by maddog
    I have a feeling the 256 MB and possible 512 MB are on the way. $52 for 128 MB is so cheap!
    Where did you find them?? I assume these are made by either Lexar or SanDisk as Sony would never wack off 80-100 bucks off of their cards. BTW, Newegg.com now has Smartmedia and Compact Flash cards available for 42 bucks.

    Jason
    Last edited by volcanopele; 01/21/2002 at 10:03 AM.
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    www.buy.com has the sale and it is a Lexar with a $15 rebate. The link does not show the rebate but the rebate is supposed to be good through January 31'st. http://www.us.buy.com/retail/product...0421&loc=14617 Here is the rebate, it seems buy.com is trying to hide it now so I do not know how much longer they will have it posted. Apparently it is a hot item and might be on backorder : http://ak.buy.com/buy_assets/retail/...oJan312002.pdf

    Keep in mind that according to CNET, the Sandisk is manufactured by Sony and just private labeled and a Lexar salesperson told me they private label Sony's also.

    BTW, several stores on the CNET pricing page show the Sony brand MSA 128 MB for less than $90.
    Last edited by Doggy; 01/21/2002 at 10:44 AM.
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    Bought the Lexar 128MB memory stick from buy.com, too -- with the rebate, it is just too unbelievably cheap.

    So, when I get der T615C tomorrow... I'll have all the memory I need... TO RULE THE WORLD!!!.

    Or keep the grocery list...
    Jeff Meyer

    "And he died like he lived: with his mouth wide open."
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    Mine will give me four hours of tunes instead of two hours of tunes...plus pictures of my 3,000 nieces and nephews (OK, really just 11...but it feels like 3,000)!
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    Welcome both of you to the world of 128 MB cards. I have a 128 MB SmartMedia card for my Visor and I don't think I can live without it. The cost of the 128 MB MS has been my biggest concern to getting the new Clie but now that I see it is at least in the realm of possibility (< $100), I don't see anymore obstacles to me getting one.

    BTW, even with a 128 MB card, you may find that you will be able to find things to fill it up that you can't seem to part with.
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