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SanDisk Memory: 960GB Ultra II SSD $200, 256GB CZ48 Cruzer EXPIRED

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Promoted 04-19-2016 by slickdewmaster at 08:51 AM View Original Post
Adorama.com has select SanDisk Memory (SSD, Flash Drive & More) on sale listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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wow USB 3.1 stuff
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Prices on extreme pro are such joke, much more expensive than Samsung Pro
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I'm still in shock they make 512GB memory cards
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Wow! I guess 1TB cards are on the horizon. Crazy!
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I'm still in shock they make 512GB memory cards
I remember being in shock when they made 4 GB memory cards...
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I remember being in shock when they made 4 GB memory cards...
I know right? my 1st computer was 2.5gb and I was tripping...
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I know right? my 1st computer was 2.5gb and I was tripping...
My first PC had I think a 150MB HDD and 4MB of RAM. RAM back then was a about $100 per MB... and yes, all of those numbers are meant to be MegaBytes, that's not a typo. .. Doom came on 4 or 5 3.25" floppies, at 1.44MB per floppy...

To think I can pay $50 or so and keep almost two thousand times my original PC'S storage on something smaller than a poker chip...
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I know right? my 1st computer was 2.5gb and I was tripping...
I was thrilled to get a 5mb Seagate drive to go with my S-100 CompuPro microcomputer with dual 8" floppies in 1982.

Didn't know my ass from a hole in the ground about computers then, but relied on Jerry Pournelle's recommendation in Byte Magazine. He's actually still around:

http://chaosmanorreviews.com/febu...16-column/

The CompuPro worked like a charm with a database management program called Formula-4. Beat the hell out of what the Salomon Bros Prime mini computer could do with their Compustat data, which we downloaded from them at...300 baud.
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Tried, adding the 960gb SSD into cart and going to checkout, get the red message saying: "Sorry, the quantity of one or more items in your cart exceeded the available amount, The item was either removed or the quantity has been changed to the maximum amount available. Please review your cart before you continue." Anyone else have this problem? I'm going to assume it's OOS.
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Good find, thanks.
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Quote from b.arms View Post :
My first PC had I think a 150MB HDD and 4MB of RAM. RAM back then was a about $100 per MB... and yes, all of those numbers are meant to be MegaBytes, that's not a typo. .. Doom came on 4 or 5 3.25" floppies, at 1.44MB per floppy...

To think I can pay $50 or so and keep almost two thousand times my original PC'S storage on something smaller than a poker chip...
I laughed when I got my 1st phone, a droid 2. It had 10 times the memory/computing power (probably more) at 1/10th the price. I remember games on floppies even those 5 1/4s were a nightmare but all there was. Good times. Smilie
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I was thrilled to get a 5mb Seagate drive to go with my S-100 CompuPro microcomputer with dual 8" floppies in 1982.

Didn't know my ass from a hole in the ground about computers then, but relied on Jerry Pournelle's recommendation in Byte Magazine. He's actually still around:

http://chaosmanorreviews.com/febu...16-column/

The CompuPro worked like a charm with a database management program called Formula-4. Beat the hell out of what the Salomon Bros Prime mini computer could do with their Compustat data, which we downloaded from them at...300 baud.
I didnt know squat either and my folks tried to get me a c-64 knockoff from Tandy. Of course no hard drive, printer, accessories etc. Had to wait until 1996 for something decent-Win95 baby!! after messing with the girlfriends DOS based junk for a few years. Smilie
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in for one lucky not but super hard work got money got the skill senior management yes promoted could not believe chief toilet cleaner. can afford things now this deal for laptop but camera first need dto hope for more cuts but bad dreams toilet the stuff inside too much. thanks op.
I would suggest spending some time and money on learning to speak and write in English. Might come in handy dealing with actual Americans...
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