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32 gb MicroSD $19.95 after code

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20th April 2012, 07:12 PM   |  #1  
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It's a Class 4, but if you don't care, its only $19.95 after this coupon code MLC515HN

http://www.meritline.com/super-talen...N&dealid=35955
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It's a Class 4, but if you don't care, its only $19.95 after this coupon code MLC420SN

http://www.meritline.com/a-data-32gb...N&dealid=34611

Thats amazing news, needed one for cheap! thanks!
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Nice! I just placed my order!
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Sale is back again. For those of you wondering, Even though its a class 4 its still works great. (At least the one i got)
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FWIW, Best Buy has a class 6 for $29.99.
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Update: SanDisk has them class 6(not 100% sure) maybe even 10($24) but I'm a prime member. I got my Sandisk 32GB shipped for less than $20 with 2 day shipping. Ordered 2, working great.

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can someone enlighten me between the differences between classes

higher number is faster?, i'm guessing
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can someone enlighten me between the differences between classes

higher number is faster?, i'm guessing

It's all about write speed.. so its how long it takes to copy files to.and from.it... Higher the class the faster

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can someone enlighten me between the differences between classes

higher number is faster?, i'm guessing

The class number roughly corresponds to the minimum write speed of the card, in megabytes/second. Thus a Class 4 writes at 4 MB/s, Class 6 writes at 6 MB/s, etc.

Class 4 should be sufficient for everyday use for most people, but obviously a faster class is more ideal, especially if you're downloading/copying ROMs and such to your card on a regular basis.

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