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Topic # 161725 17-Jan-2015 18:01
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My missus bought a Vigo 7" Tablet from The Warehouse a couple of years back.
It's now pretty much full and we'd like to increase its capacity but can find no info on where to get a micro sd for the tablet.

Anyone know of anywhere in the Auckland area that stocks these?


Thanks in advance.

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  Reply # 1216619 17-Jan-2015 18:08
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any computer or electronics store. Noel leeming, dick smith, harvey norman, etc

also PB tech
http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?p=search&sf=micro+sd

i went in store as they had more than they have listed on their website

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  Reply # 1216622 17-Jan-2015 18:15
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or trademe should be able to use any of the ones available

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1216665 17-Jan-2015 19:09
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unless those bricks and mortar retail stores have a sale on you will get it significantly cheaper online. Checkout pricespy and you'll see how much. I've bought from Elive and Smartdroid for microSD cards in the past so can recommend them as a start.

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  Reply # 1216671 17-Jan-2015 19:12
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I've always used the cheapies from PBtech with no issues, Lexar is the brand




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  Reply # 1216676 17-Jan-2015 19:25
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I'm currently a fan of the sandisk extreme pro cards. Nice and fast.

You get what you pay for with SD cards and USB sticks. Pay little, get slow.




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  Reply # 1216685 17-Jan-2015 20:08
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I've gotten them on Amazon before, heaps cheaper if you don't mind the wait, most things take about 2.5weeks for me.

I got a 64GB Class 10 UHS-1 (Probably overkill for a warehouse tablet haha) for about $30NZD on sale, the same card I have seen here retailing for over $90NZD.

I also got a Class 10 16GB card for less than $10USD and it was a reputable brand too.

Amazon also have top notch customer service, so I always recommend them to people.

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  Reply # 1216702 17-Jan-2015 20:41
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As mentioned, just about anywhere. The Warehouse, Kmart, Noel Leeming, Dick Smith, Harvey Norman, JB Hifi, PBTech, Playtech, Computerlounge, Warehous Stationery, Mighty Ape, some supermarkets and most stationery stores, pretty much anywhere that sells anything electronic. There will be a big variation in costs, primarily based on brand and speed - the performance is more important if you're looking to record or stream HD video, but less so if you just want to install apps etc.



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  Reply # 1216718 17-Jan-2015 21:29
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Thanks for all the responses.

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  Reply # 1216739 17-Jan-2015 22:40
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Do not get from Trade Me - you risk getting fake copies with low quality or lacking the advertised storage capacity. Either buy in stores, or online (Amazon ships to New Zealand and SanDisk have good prices there):

 







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  Reply # 1216775 18-Jan-2015 07:22
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freitasm: Do not get from Trade Me - you risk getting fake copies with low quality or lacking the advertised storage capacity. Either buy in stores, or online (Amazon ships to New Zealand and SanDisk have good prices there):

 



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  Reply # 1217245 19-Jan-2015 01:12
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  Reply # 1217302 19-Jan-2015 08:40
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Thanks all.

Got one from PB Tech.

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