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Topic # 58992 24-Mar-2010 16:16
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Just purchased mine via Sandisk US online store, they only ship within the US, but there are ways around this (Shipito). Should have it early/mid-week next week. Joy!

If anyone is interested in using shipito to circumvent US shipping restrictions search here at GZ, Euanandrews and I detailed the method a few months back (when we used it to get N900's from Amazon).




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  Reply # 310856 24-Mar-2010 17:06
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What did it cost ya



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  Reply # 310862 24-Mar-2010 17:19
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They're $199US at the moment. I've had the money saved to buy one for over a year, but I was anticipating that they may be been more, so now I have a hundy to put towards some new phone (currently considering X10, Desire, Supersonic, i9000, N8, Mororoi).




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  Reply # 311205 25-Mar-2010 11:31
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It's only a Class 2 though, right?

Have you tried it in your HD2?






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  Reply # 311224 25-Mar-2010 12:04
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NZtechfreak: They're $199US at the moment. I've had the money saved to buy one for over a year, but I was anticipating that they may be been more, so now I have a hundy to put towards some new phone (currently considering X10, Desire, Supersonic, i9000, N8, Mororoi).


 Desire, Supersonic, I hear that. Putting some $$ aside for the GSM version of the EVO / Supersonic.. It looks stunning!

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  Reply # 311368 25-Mar-2010 17:44
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I'd be going a wee bit of the I9000, myself. Especially with a 32gb MicroSD available!




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  Reply # 311402 25-Mar-2010 19:05
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Yep, the i9000 is certainly high on my list, its hard to not fall in love once you've seen a high definition video of it (especially the one of it Vs an iPhone).

Missed earlier question, no, I haven't tried it yet as I won't have it till next week sometime. I know from Eldar's review that the HD2 accepts 32Gb cards though (as do most highend handsets, he's had 32Gb cards for over a year now).




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  Reply # 315273 6-Apr-2010 11:44
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Loading my card now, 29.7GB free after formatting (standard to lose a little, marketing ploy has it that a GB is 1000MB, so they're always a little smaller than their stated capacity).




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  Reply # 315395 6-Apr-2010 17:15
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Card all loaded, about 3mins/GB for MP3s, a little slower copying across all the data from my existing card (tons of small program-related files). Chucked it in my HD2 and it works without problems, did take a while to add all the music to the music player though! Will test in my N82 shortly and report back...

(double post as couldn't edit my above post)




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