deals2gb microsd card for $1.99 + free shipping

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i can fit several very handy Linux versions on 2 Gb, format it as DOS to use for updating BIOS or other cards or devices (instead of a floppy drive) in a card reader, or simply have extra camera or phone storage, or ... well, you'd have to be here.

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In for 3, @$2 each how an ya go wrong?

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The bluetooth headset is a good deal as well (as long as you are OK with a refurb)... I am sure they cleaned them... I just posted the link for it:

http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/6c0a4580-c680-4a84-bb1c-3ab8e9c4949a/refurbished-bluetooth-headsets#c0d17f37-64f0-4c4f-9ab8-f69ec8060796

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In for one. Could use this for cell phone.

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20 oz bottle of Pepsi - or 2GB microSD card... decisions, decisions.

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I'm still baffled by the logic behind like 90% of downvotes..

@nietz got downvoted for an "in for x" comment lol...pretty common comment, especially around these parts.

Yet in his case, a few people saw his comment and thought "how can I let such an overzealous boast of overspending go unpunished?" (or probably more accurately, one person thought that and 2 others followed suit).

Unless there's something I'm missing. In which case - whoops :D

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@drchops: Maybe they don't like that nietz might be using more than one account/cookie to get around the 1 per customer limit and "stealing" the limited supply from others.

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@drchops: I'm guessing Nietz was voted down because there is a limit of one SD card on this offer he/she said they were in for three.

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Does anyone know if Micro SD cards have a defined usage life?
I ask because I bought a 4GB Micro SD card from bedeals and it was clearly a used card.

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@antares008: yes but I doubt the used card has 10,000 read/writes on it. I found this on Kingston's site: According to Toshiba, the inventor of Flash memory: “the 10,000 cycles of MLC NAND is
more than suffi cient for a wide range of consumer applications, from storing documents to
digital photos. For example, if a 256-MB MLC NAND Flash-based card can typically store
250 pictures from a 4-megapixel camera (a conservative estimate), its 10,000 write/erase
cycles, combined with wear-leveling algorithms in the controller, will enable the user to
store and/or view approximately 2.5 million pictures within the expected useful life