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Master Geek
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Topic # 151793 5-Sep-2014 11:30
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Does anyone have/know where I can get one these in NZ?

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  Reply # 1122478 5-Sep-2014 12:06
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i usually order such wires and cables from ebay.. they ship out from Hong Kong and are quite reasonable..

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  Reply # 1122508 5-Sep-2014 12:46
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  Reply # 1122529 5-Sep-2014 13:29
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gsr: Does anyone have/know where I can get one these in NZ?

Was this one supplied with a particular device?


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  Reply # 1122558 5-Sep-2014 14:01
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Got the photo from the internet. I need it for a teensy 2.

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  Reply # 1122564 5-Sep-2014 14:15
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Trademe also an option.

Tip: on Trademe sellers will charge more for OTG cables when they list them as specific for popular/new devices, so for example a 'Galaxy S5 OTG cable' tends to sell for more than a 'Galaxy S3 OTG cable' --> they are all the same, so don't pay over the odds.

Ebay and Amazon also fine, but likely slower than Trademe.

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  Reply # 1122576 5-Sep-2014 14:28
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I couldn't find any powered otg on Trade Me or any local retailers. I thought it should be available locally :(

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  Reply # 1122679 5-Sep-2014 17:04
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what about deal extreme?

I know not in NZ but they do cheap/free shipping)


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  Reply # 1125686 10-Sep-2014 12:22
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Thanks. Got one from amazon. It's on its way.

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