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Thread: **Official TransFlash Buyers and Users Guide** (Pics, too)

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    T-flash pics

    Hey, I just got the T-flash card for the v710 I will have EVENTUALLY. I ordered from some guy in taiwan, and it got here FASTER than any domestic shipment I have ever experienced (besides overnight).

    Anyway.. here are some pics I took with my 5 year old logitech webcam.. (I REALLY need a camera phone..lol).

    Retail moto packaging..

    Here is the t-flash on my pinky.. ×××× thing is small!

    The t-flash & SD adapter it came with..

    Also came with this card reader for the SD.


    The package also came with a USB extention cord for those of you without front usb ports.

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    how much did it cost you?

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    I feel I paid too much.. but at the time, i didn't know when it would be sold in the US. It cost me about 70$ shipping included.

    Dave

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    how many mb?

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    .. 128 (as the picture not-so-clearly depicts..)

    Dave

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    oh yeah, sorry im apparently kinda hooked on phonics there hmmm 70 for 128 with the adapter card, a $10 memory card reader (its the same one rebadged that i got for 10 b4 10 rebate at office max) and a 128 SD card is like 50 w/o rebates so to get the tflash and adapter and a reader from over seas thats not a bad deal at all

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    I suppose not, although once in the US, I could have picked it up off of ebay for probably 5-10$ cheaper.

    I'd also like to note that my pc reads from and writes to the tflash card very fast (Just like a normal SD). It is also sickening that something this size can hold about 100 floppy disks worth of space! SICKENING! Before we know it, we will have 10 terabyte flash memory sticks that are made to "fit into" a t-flash adapter. Does everyone remember those bulky 100mb HDs that were top of the line about a decade ago?

    Can't wait to see what the future unfolds..
    dave

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    Originally posted by daveyp225
    Can't wait to see what the future unfolds..
    dave
    I highly doubt flash memory cards will get any smaller then TransFlash cards. Yeah i'm sure it will be possible to make smaller cards, but any smaller and it will be too difficult to use.

    Cellphones used to be huge. Over time they kept shrinking, but for the past few years, they've stopped shrinking because any smaller and they will be difficult to use. Same thing will happen with memory cards.

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    and its that kinda thinking that allows moto to make the 710 the size it is, (im not saying your thinking, just the mentality of the masses... most people dont want tiny phones) i remember when i first got my startac (from a microtac) and then my nokia 8260 people said they wouldnt want a phone that small, they would loose it, and couldnt press the buttons.... well i didnt lose it, and i can hit the buttons BRING ON THE TINY PHONES! (but yeah i doubt they will get much smaller then t flash while remaining removable/reusable)

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    **Official TransFlash Buyers Guide**

    If you've purchased a TransFlash card, please post the details of your purchase in this thread.

    Purchased From:
    Order Date:
    Price Paid:
    Card Size (64MB or 128MB):
    Items Included (SD adaptor, USB card reader, etc...):
    Date Arrived (or when you expect it):

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    Purchased From: buy.com
    Order Date: 7/30/04
    Price Paid: $33
    Card Size (64MB or 128MB): 128mb
    Items Included (SD adaptor, USB card reader, etc...): unknown
    Date Arrived (or when you expect it): this week

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    Ditto all that, except purchased Jul 29.

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    138 mb
    from Amazon.com

    price 33.00, no shipping.
    includes adapter.

    no reader.

    will buy reader that reads multiple media cards

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    Re: **Official TransFlash Buyers Guide**

    Originally posted by eSaba
    If you've purchased a TransFlash card, please post the details of your purchase in this thread.

    Purchased From:
    Order Date:
    Price Paid:
    Card Size (64MB or 128MB):
    Items Included (SD adaptor, USB card reader, etc...):
    Date Arrived (or when you expect it):
    Amazon.com
    July 26th
    33.99
    128mb
    SD Adaper and Plastic Case
    July 28th (with free shipping too!)


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    hey fly2000 there is a big price difference between amazon and our radioshack price 33.99-69.99, i think amazon made a mistake because every other website i see with a price around that area of 30-40 dollars is only the transflash card and not the sd apapter as well, are you positive the amazon one comes with the adpater, i emailed amazon but they havent emailed me back yet.

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