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    Default Kingston 16GB Thumb Drive from Woot for $28.99 Shipped

    Kingston 16GB Thumb Drive from Woot for $28.99 Shipped


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    I wooted! WOOHOO!

    Seriously though. I saw that this morning. Quite cheap on a decent thumb drive. Glad they still had some left when I got there.

    If anyone here does any kind of computer support for a living, a GIGANTIC thumb drive like that comes in handy more often than not. I can't count the number of times I had to dump an entire backup image on to a thumb drive for one reason or another.
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    I know I'm not breaking new ground on this, but it really amazes me that you can have a 16GB thumb drive, or a 4GB microSD card. I remember my first hard drive, a 5.25" hard drive that was 540MB and considered very large for its time, and that was only... maybe 14 or 15 years ago? Just amazing.


    Agreed with what Jstas said, having a large thumb drive is invaluable in any sort of support capacity.
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    4GB MicroSD cards are soooo Christmas 2006!

    I have a 6GB MicroSD card in my phone and over the weekend, I just got my girl an 8GB MicroSD card for her phone.

    It turned my BlackBerry from a "SmartPhone" into literally, a hand-held computer.
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    You could run Win XP off that drive...

    I've been keeping an eye on the SS Hard Drive market as well, can't wait for those to come down in price. I'm hoping that the Intel X25-M hits the street at a reasonable price, those are slated to come out in 80 and 160GB versions I believe...
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    I just purchased a San Disk 8G thumb drive the other day for $20. Neat things to have. I also have a couple of 8G CF cards for my camera. Portable storage is cheap these days
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    I'm not kidding my first Hard drive was 5.25" 1" which I considered small at the time... This was get ready 300mb which used RLL which gave it 50% more space because the normal way was 200mb. 300mb was huge those days as my computer had 640k :)


    I see a day where flash drives will replace Hard drives for good. Heck I only need 20gig or so and I be good this is just under the space I usually fill.

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    By the way, in case any of you are new to Woot, the item descriptions are usually worth reading...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsSiMiLaTeD View Post
    By the way, in case any of you are new to Woot, the item descriptions are usually worth reading...
    +1, it's usually the first thing I do at work in the morning. :D

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    Bought one. Thx for the tip. :D

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    I could have sworn I saw one for 32 gigs and $60 at either Frys or buy.com. Just this week.

    Umm, yup. http://www.buy.com/retail/product.as...70&dcaid=17070
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    Quote Originally Posted by John30_30 View Post
    I could have sworn I saw one for 32 gigs and $60 at either Frys or buy.com. Just this week.

    Umm, yup. http://www.buy.com/retail/product.as...70&dcaid=17070
    Just an FYI, you can get a Patriot 32GB thumb drive from NewEgg for $66 after a $20 MIR. Free shipping. It's from NewEgg. And it says Patriot on it! Woohoo! :p

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    New Egg rocks!!! I've bought so much stuff from them lately. I got a 4G Corsair thumb drive for like $11 w/free shipping a month or so ago.

    I don't even go into Best Buy anymore to shop for computer related stuff. New Egg always has it cheaper and if you are willing to wait they always have a "free shipping" option.

    I also bought an HP Laser printer (small light duty B&W) for $83 free shipping. Best Buy had the same Model for $179.

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    I like newEgg as well, but stores like best Buy and Fry's still have their place, even for computer stuff.
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    Or you could save the shipping and just get one of these:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820211338

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    Who the hell is A Data?
    You're just jealous 'cause the voices don't talk to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Who the hell is A Data?
    Well I'll be, I thought you knew everything. A-data has been around for a while now.

    As of 2008, A-DATA has a total capital of $55.55 million and market capitalization of $305.16 million. A-DATA is the world's 2nd largest DRAM Module Supplier with 7.1% market share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disneyjoe7 View Post
    I'm not kidding my first Hard drive was 5.25" 1" which I considered small at the time... This was get ready 300mb
    Oh yeah, my first hard drive was 40 MB! :p

    Here's my frst system (I've been writing them down): 286 12MHz, DOS ver 4.01, 1MB Ram (expanded later w/ 2MB card), 40 MB HD, 14 in green monochrome monitor, 1200 baud modem (later upgraded to 2400 baud modem), Epson bi-directional dot matrix printer, $1800.

    Crazy.

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    between ableshoppers and slickdeals, i'm going broke whilst saving money. is that a conundrum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by disneyjoe7 View Post
    I'm not kidding my first Hard drive was 5.25" 1" which I considered small at the time... This was get ready 300mb which used RLL which gave it 50% more space because the normal way was 200mb. 300mb was huge those days as my computer had 640k :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    My first Hard Drive was 10MB

    My 300MB is wrong it was 30MB around 1985 for $300 bucks from may have been even egghead.com which is now newegg.com. My first modem for PC was a zoom 300 baud for $100 :)

    Damn that brings up some old memories. :D

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    I dunno if its texas only, but under the coupon code type in "taxsucks" and it took off $5 for me. Tax was $3something as I bought 2. I dunno if it increases as you cart gets larger.
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