4GB Compact Flash Card - $37.50 inc. S&H

By Paul Michael on 8 April 2007 1 comment

4GB card

A 4GB flash card for under $40, shipped? Yup, it's a deal. Grab it while you can. I think I'll get a couple for my wife, who is a photographer and needs all the storage she can get.

I remember paying $75 for a 256MB SD card for our first digital camera a few years ago. Now they give those away! Anyway, this one is a steal . It's a PQI Compact Flash Card 4GB High Speed 40X, Model AC43-4030-0101 and comes with free STANDARD Shipping. And it's just $37.50!

  • Compact Flash specification standard: 50pin SMT connector and type I (3.3mm)TM
  • 3.3V/5V single power supply operation
  • Internal self-diagnostic program operates at VCC power on
  • 3 variations of access mode: Memory Card Mode; I/O Card Mode; True-IDE Mode
  • High reliability based on internal ECC (Error Correcting Code) Function
  • Data reliability is 1 error in 1014 bits read
  • Auto Sleep Mode

If your data storage is SD, here's a deal for you folks. $17.95 inc. S&H gets you a 2GB SD card . It's an A-DATA SD Card 2GB, Model SD 2G, also with FREE STANDARD SHIPPING

The Adata Speedy SD card is fully compliant with SD card and CPRM standard.
SD card
Due to its high compatibility, AdataSD card can fit efficiently in all your digital devices, including Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), Digital Still Camera (DSC) and MP3 player.

  • Support CPRM(Content Protection for Recordable Media)
  • Support the interface of the Secure Digital Card Standard.
  • Support Error Correcting Code (ECC) function to detect and correct errors.
  • Support In System Programming (ISP) function to load the firmware.
  • Supports power down commands and sleep modes
  • Non-volatile storage(no battery required)
  • MTBF > 1,000,000 hours
  • Low weight
  • Noiseles
  • Low profile
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I picked one up.