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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ChiTownJim, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Download the app iDealizer it basically checks all the sites that have daily specials and displays them easily. Today the 1saleaday had a Scandisk 16gb microSD card for $19.99. The deal is good till 11:59 tonight
    Somedays the items are lame but somedays its really worth it

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  2. Needz_Android

    Needz_Android Android Enthusiast

    what class is it?
  3. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    1 Sale A Day, Daily Deal
    Link to the exact deal and its a class2, unless you're moving files back and forth from your computer class2 is all you'll need
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  4. brichi

    brichi Well-Known Member

    well what class comes with the phone (the 2gb card)
  5. shaggymatt

    shaggymatt Well-Known Member

    It is a class 2 card.

    So-so deal. You can get one from Amazon for $32.44. Shipping on the OneSaleADay is $5.99 and they are SLOW to ship. I've ordered from them in the past.
  6. poland626

    poland626 Well-Known Member

    $25 dollars for slow shipping

    or amazon's $32 or so with free shipping which is still about a week or two.

    I'd say this is a good deal.
  7. ramcharger1979

    ramcharger1979 Android Enthusiast

    I am going to try on out!
  8. Liquoredolce

    Liquoredolce Android Enthusiast

  9. shaggymatt

    shaggymatt Well-Known Member

    I guess if you don't have Prime. I have Prime, so I order today and I'll have it no later than Thursday. If I order from One Sale A Day, I *MIGHT* have it when it before my ship date of 6/15. I'd prefer to build out my phone out of the box and not have to redo it when the card arrives.

    Amazon is a reputable and authorized retailer (no warranty honoring through One Sale..), I know it won't be a knockoff. There are WAY too many fake memory cards in circulation. The few things I've ordered from One Sale A Day historically has been made to look great in photos, but turned out to be cheap Chinese made garbage.
  10. Wooby

    Wooby Member

    Amazon is weird, the price keeps changing. Now it says $34. Don't matter anyway as I just grabbed one from the OP's site
  11. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    I think 20% off the lowest price at Amazon is pretty good, plus I've never been blown away with the speed of orders from Amazon and I've never been disapointed with saleaday either. If you are ordering something on the cheap and getting basic or free shipping 2weeks is usually the norm. If time was a factor I'd spend $50-$80 for the same thing locally . I'll take the savings and the wait.

    Either way if you perfer to buy elsewhere do so, I jsut wanted to share a deal with my fellow Android Brothers/Sisters lol and also share a great app Idealizer is one of my favorite and probably buy something 1-3 times a month from one of the sites. The other day they had a 32gb Ipod Touch for $220 I just bought an 8gb for my fathers Bday a month ago for $200 , I missed out lol
  12. shaggymatt

    shaggymatt Well-Known Member

    Will have to check out that app too!

    (Crazy what the local stores can charge people)
  13. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Yeah man agreed, the reason I'm getting a new card is that my 8gig card from my Dare finally decided it didn't want to do anythign properly anymore , I went into WalMart and I beleive there 8gig card was $40. So until this comes I'm just using a 4gig one I had lying around that with the onboard memory is plenty but come on bigger is always better

    I'm hoping I and anyone else who jumps on this card has a good expierence
  14. BrickAlley

    BrickAlley Lurker

    I have looked for an Idealizer app using multiple spellings, but have had no luck. Can you check to see the exact spelling?
  15. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    I had it spelt wrong , my bad here is the exact spelling

    iDealyzer and it's a green icon with a $! in it

    another one is woot lite
  16. SDmtnbkr

    SDmtnbkr Newbie

    I didn't realize there were different classes. What's the difference with this one that is a Class 2 and a Class 1??
  17. Red Leader

    Red Leader Android Enthusiast

    3 Classes: 2, 4, and 6. Number refers to the minimum write speed of the card in megabytes per second. Read speed is identical in all.
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  18. BrickAlley

    BrickAlley Lurker

    The speed class should have no effect on the operation of the phone and data access, but would only come into play when transferring data on and off the card itself.

    This subject has a bit of a tangible parallel with Router classes. The difference between a G class & N class router only relates to moving data inside the network, not internet speeds. Sorry for the rambling, but it seemed like it might help. ;)
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  19. sucker4pa1n

    sucker4pa1n Member

    Even if you did go for a Class 6 (or higher, I've seen higher somewhere before) I doubt if you kept it plugged into the phone that the read-write from the card to the phone, and then from the phone to the PC, wouldn't also have some choke points. I haven't researched it to know what read/write speeds DIncs have when connected to a PC, but I'd guess that anything above a Class 2 would be negligible... unless you took out the MicroSD card and put it into a card reader.

    Again, if someone has speed-tested the data rates and can correct me, I'd be more than happy. :)
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  20. SDmtnbkr

    SDmtnbkr Newbie

    Thanks to both of you! ...BrickAlley, that did help.
  21. noonan211

    noonan211 Lurker

    Just got mine in the mail today... As advertised. Good call OP. Transferred my old 8GB card over and then stuffed it full of movies for me and my kids!
  22. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Just got back into town yesterday and the card was in the mail. It came in a pretty large bubble pack, and when I opened it , it looked empty I had to rip it apart to find a lonley floating MicroSD card, was worried but put it in and transfered everything over and I think it working good so far with 15.2GB available on it
  23. noonan211

    noonan211 Lurker

    I know what you mean. My wife almost threw the package away thinking it was a joke from one of my buddies! Thanks again for the tip.
  24. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Yeah no problem. They actually just emailed me another tracking number saying they shipped a 16gb card this morning. I emailed them letting them know I already got it, but no response yet.

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