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Transcend Ultra Speed 80x 2 GB SD Memory Card

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Transcend Ultra Speed - Flash memory card - 2 GB - 80x - SLC NAND Flash - SD Memory Card

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      20.10.2008 11:25
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      I bought this SD memory card almost one year and save me a lots of memory when I used to flash some views that I would most. Unlike to compare to any SD memory card that don't have any compatible ports to use in any other photos gadgets to plug. I love this card, so easy to plug and easy to get just to pull out the card and you have to place inside the card case in order not to destroy or accidentally you will loss your grief and falling down to the ground and something this will not happen because it will corrupt some data stored in your memory card. Give some attention to take care and hold it tightly. Avoid being rushed when you hold the SD memory card. My opinion to this memory card: I love this SD memory card, it's so very easy to use even if you are not an educated about the modern technology you can use this anytime.

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    Ultra Performance 80X Secure Digital cards are the best choice for your digital camera and other handheld device. Transcend insists on using only original SLC (Single-Level-Cell) NAND Flash chips that have a higher write speed, lower power consumption, and superior performance compared with Secure Digital cards made with MLC (Multi-Level-Cell) chips.