1GB Sandisk MicroSD TransFlash Memory Card (Bulk)
1GB Sandisk MicroSD TransFlash Memory Card (Bulk)
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This item is Bulk packaged.
|Product Weight:||1.0 pounds|
|Package Length:||3.2 inches|
|Package Width:||1.9 inches|
|Package Height:||0.3 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.05 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 236 reviews|
Compatible with all MicroSD/TransFlash mobile devices
Expands memory capacity for mobile phones
1 GB (1,024 MB) capacity; holds 400 5-megapixel images, 250 songs, or 16+ hours of audio (128 kbps MP3, 4-minute songs)
Built-in security features let you download, store, and play secure content
Includes an adapter for use in both SD electronic devices
|Average Customer Review: ( 236 customer reviews )
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48 of 50 found the following review helpful:
1GB Sandisk MicroSD TransFlash Memory Card (Bulk) Jan 09, 2007
By R. MURPHY
This is a great deal! AND, it includes the card sleeve! Buying "bulk" simply means without the retail packaging. Everying else is the same, but the price is about 40% less. I will always buy "bulk" items of this type, because you are not sacrificing anything...just saving money!
23 of 25 found the following review helpful:
I love how cheap memory has become Mar 16, 2007
I remember paying $100 for 512 megs. Heck, even before that I once paid several hundred dollars for a 170meg DRIVE. I love that memory chips are now a) cheap and b) TINY. This is so cheap, it's practically free. 1 GIG for 10 bucks!? How can you lose? I bought this mini card for my Motorola KRZR phone. Worked perfectly. You plug the card into your phone (under battery) and it instantly recognizes and creates directories in it (photos, music, sounds). SO, if you want to upload your own music to your phone, take the card out, use the included adapter, and plug it into your laptop. If your laptop doesn't have a memory card slot, Sandisk also makes a (cheap!) USB adaptor that accepts both SD and MINI SD cards. Copy music onto the card in the "music" directory, plug card back into phone, and viola: no need to bother with the Verizon on-line Music garbage. Easy. Works great. In another week, you'll be able to buy 100 gigs for 10 bucks!
21 of 23 found the following review helpful:
BIG RIPOFF by eek technology Apr 05, 2008
By Dr. Randolph Becker
eek technology - Watch out on this one - the shipping and handling listed is not per order, or even pro-rated based on any factor (weight, size) other than greed.
Buy one, you pay one shipping and handling
Buy ten, you pay ten shipping and handlings!!!!!!!!!
So, on a recent order from eek technology, my merchandise order of ten mini-SDs was about $20.00 but the shipping and handling was $50.00!!!
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
WORKS WITH LG CU500 -- This is the card Cingular recommends. Jan 19, 2007
By NY Lawyer
Cingular sells this card online with its phones (like the LG CU500 I just bought) for $49.99 delivered. Digital Media Source, the Amazon Marketplace partner, sells the bulk version for $25 delivered. It comes quickly by first class mail and the delivered price is still half that of Cingular.
Cingular apparently sells and recommends the actual SanDisk card with the CU500 because of many reports that other manufacturers' cards don't work with it. Personally, I think that this is either a manufactuing quality issue or a user-installation issue (not seating the card properly), because all MicroSD cards should meet the same standard. Nevertheless, Cingular sells and recommends the SanDisk card, and the Cingular user forums seem to have basically no complaints about the SanDisk product and random complaints ("My Kingston card didn't work" "Mine did." "Well, mine didn't" etc.) about cards from other manufacturers with regard to the CU500. Sandisk invented the concept of MicroSD and is a manufacturer with a reputation for the highest quality, so the big complaint on the forums about having to use the SanDisk card is that it is expensive.
So SanDisk it is if I want a minimal hassle. But of course that $49 price from Cingular is frustrating when you can get a non-SanDisk 1GB card from a site like Newegg for $17. Enter the best of both worlds from Amazon: an actual no-kidding *official* SanDisk card for $25 delivered. Now that's worth my money. The only concern that one might have is that all you get in the little envelope from Digital Media Source is a little soft plastic container with the Sandisk card and an adapter in it. That's it. No instructions. No other information. Nada. However, given that Cingular provides detailed instructions online as to how to install the card in your particular phone (like my CU500), you don't need anything more. I am totally happy with my purchase, which arrived at my door in NYC 3 days after I ordered it (one day for the USPS to get it here, 2 days for Digital Media to send it). Highly recommended.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Works great with VX-8300 Feb 07, 2007
By Stephan G. Clark
Great price, arrived sooner than expected...but watch out for the shipping charges. Cost $11.00 to ship standard a practically weightless padded envelope containing two memory cards. Guess that's how they can offer sucha good price on the cards.
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