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Topic # 157580 5-Dec-2014 12:22
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Been selling a few of these on TM worth looking at they are cheap enough
geekzone prices delivery NZ post $2 Courier $4.90

8GB Micro SD High Speed Certified Flash Card w/ Adapter Class 10    $8.90 each  
16GB Micro SD High Speed Certified Flash Card w/ Adapter Class 10   $14.90 each
32GB Micro SD High Speed Certified Flash Card w/ Adapter Class 10   $26.60 each





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  Reply # 1189260 5-Dec-2014 12:22
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1192105 9-Dec-2014 12:22
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Got any 128Gb ones (to use in the Nifty Drive in my Macbook)?





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1192153 9-Dec-2014 13:09
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Are these UHS 1 or 3 cards? Anything bigger than 32 gigs?




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  Reply # 1192703 10-Dec-2014 10:05
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Geektastic: Got any 128Gb ones (to use in the Nifty Drive in my Macbook)?

Sorry No




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  Reply # 1192705 10-Dec-2014 10:06
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richms: Are these UHS 1 or 3 cards? Anything bigger than 32 gigs?


wouldn't have a clue all the info I am given you have .
not at the moment




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  Reply # 1192706 10-Dec-2014 10:07
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gnfb:
Geektastic: Got any 128Gb ones (to use in the Nifty Drive in my Macbook)?

Sorry No


Shame. No idea why anyone would buy anything smaller these days to be honest!





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  Reply # 1194829 10-Dec-2014 12:51
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I find 64 is the best spot at the moment
128 has a huge premium. It's like with the 6tb desktop drives. 4 is still way better value.




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  Reply # 1195944 11-Dec-2014 23:33
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richms: I find 64 is the best spot at the moment
128 has a huge premium. It's like with the 6tb desktop drives. 4 is still way better value.


Just be grateful they are not Compact Flash cards as used in my cameras. 128Gb is $1,150 in NZ!





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  Reply # 1195959 12-Dec-2014 01:05
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Are the compact flash to sd converters too slow or something?




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