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    I figured this wouldn't exactly belong in the Marketplace forum since I'm not actually selling it, so hopefully this is okay to post here. I also wasn't sure if the 650 had an SD card slot or not, so that's why it's in the 700w forum.

    Anyway, Newegg is having a crazy weekend sale on an A-DATA 50x 2GB SD card. It's $41.99, and UPS 3-Day shipping is $4.81. No tax except for CA. Best of all there aren't any dumb rebates, so the total up front is $46.80 after shipping. I doubt we'll see a deal this good in a long, long time... then again, the prices of these things fluctuate more than gas prices these days. I just bought two of 'em, one for my new Treo 700w and another for my new Canon SD630 camera... Here's the link:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820211029

    Also, there's a Corsair 133x 2GB SD card on ZipZoomFly for $45.99 after a $20 mail-in rebate for those of you who don't mind those things, and FedEx 2-Day shipping is only $1.99 (or FREE ground shipping if you're cheap like that). Obviously the Corsair is a much faster card, so technically THIS is a better deal... if you can put up with not getting your $20 back for 8-10 weeks. Here's a link to that one:

    http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...ctCode=82035-5

    Hope this helps anybody that was looking into buying an SD card with a MASSIVE amount of storage... Heck, I rarely see speedy 1GB cards for these prices.
    Last edited by yanye east; 04/15/2006 at 02:54 PM.
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    Transfer speed also plays a big role in pricing. This one looks like a turtle from the reviews on the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yanye east
    I figured this wouldn't exactly belong in the Marketplace forum since I'm not actually selling it, so hopefully this is okay to post here. I also wasn't sure if the 650 had an SD card slot or not, so that's why it's in the 700w forum.

    Anyway, Newegg is having a crazy weekend sale on an A-DATA 50x 2GB SD card. It's $41.99, and UPS 3-Day shipping is $4.81. No tax except for CA. Best of all there aren't any dumb rebates, so the total up front is $46.80 after shipping. I doubt we'll see a deal this good in a long, long time... then again, the prices of these things fluctuate more than gas prices these days. I just bought two of 'em, one for my new Treo 700w and another for my new Canon SD630 camera... Here's the link:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820211029

    Also, there's a Corsair 133x 2GB SD card on ZipZoomFly for $45.99 after a $20 mail-in rebate for those of you who don't mind those things, and FedEx 2-Day shipping is only $1.99 (or FREE ground shipping if you're cheap like that). Obviously the Corsair is a much faster card, so technically THIS is a better deal... if you can put up with not getting your $20 back for 8-10 weeks. Here's a link to that one:

    http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...ctCode=82035-5

    Hope this helps anybody that was looking into buying an SD card with a MASSIVE amount of storage... Heck, I rarely see speedy 1GB cards for these prices.
    Thanks for the post! I went ahead and picked up one. It's always good to have another 2GB of .mp3 files
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    What is the largest size of sd card a 700 can handle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KStewart
    Transfer speed also plays a big role in pricing. This one looks like a turtle from the reviews on the link.
    Well, it's still much faster than, say, SanDisk's regular (blue) 2GB SD card. They're just saying it might not be performing at a full 50x speed. It's still certainly much faster than a regular 1x SD card.
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    Cool and the gang...
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    ordered mine from newegg and got a usb card reader for the combo price. great find
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    Don't buy the Corsair, it's junk, people have had problems with this not working on the Treo. Also issues in digital cameras.

    Take a look at this: http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...d.php?t=111291
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    Haven't heard much about the Corsair one (other than the problems posted above), but I've done some more research on that A-DATA card and everybody seems to like it. There's numerous reports about it working on Treos and Canon cameras without giving them any trouble. The company also supplies a "lifetime warranty" but I don't know to what extent or how reliable that warranty is. The important part is that all these reviews seem to say good things about the card's functionality and it hasn't given them any problems, other than the fact it may perform a little under 50x speed. I'll also let everybody know how it works when I receive mine Wednesday.
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    Cost me 50.26 here in CA. Great deal thanks for the link

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