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Video 128GB Sandisk MicroSD Work On GPAD

Video Test/Review :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KGzi...wOvvGczvMpSzww

Available: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/sandisk-...e-00007d89014c

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Thank you! Nice vid.
 
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So this makes it worth as much as a $1200 ipad...
 
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Great Job on the vids Snake
And Thanks for passing on the info.. having a 128 Gb option that works across multiple configs is a good thing..
AS MY 8 MONTHS WITH THE LG G-PAD COMES TO A CLOSE...


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So this makes it worth as much as a $1200 ipad...
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Nice. I just popped a 64GB card in. The lack of external (and internal) storage is what kept me from buying a Nexus 7. It's ridiculous that they won't put in a simple expansion slot just so they can sell them in different capacities. Well, their loss.
 
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Nice. I just popped a 64GB card in. The lack of external (and internal) storage is what kept me from buying a Nexus 7. It's ridiculous that they won't put in a simple expansion slot just so they can sell them in different capacities. Well, their loss.
Google has their reasons for moving away from supporting mass storage.

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Dunno about that. It's possible in the Google Music app to move music files to external sd card so there is support.

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Do y'all think its worth it to buy this just yet?
 
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Do y'all think its worth it to buy this just yet?
At the current price, no. You can pick up a 64GB card for $35 - $40. Thus you can pick up 5 - 64 GB cards at this price. I know it's not as convenient to have a single large capacity card, but to me, it's too expensive right now. Give it 6 months and it will be considerably cheaper.

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