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Wannabe Geek

#115968 13-Apr-2013 19:45
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I'm getting one of the new Drobos that allow you to insert a mSATA flash drive to use it's accelerator abilities.

Drobo says their system is compatible with the following drives:
  • Crucial m4 mSATA
  • Kingston mS100
  • Intel 310 Series 40GB
And I think I'm set my heart on the Crucial m4 mSATA 64GB.

The problem now is that I can't find it on sale anywhere! Anyone know where I can pick one up?


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Ultimate Geek

  #798934 13-Apr-2013 20:44
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Could always try US retailer with a reship such as Youshop. It wouldn't cost alot and as it's not over $400 no import tax/fees.

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Wannabe Geek

  #798950 13-Apr-2013 20:58
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I've never even heard of the YouShop service, sounds like a great option. Thanks.


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  #798966 13-Apr-2013 21:31
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You can order these Crucial m4 from Amazon, ship to YouShop and get it sent to you here in New Zealand.

Loooong YouShop discussion here.



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