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Buffalo Intros RMSD-C6SA Class6 MicroSDHC Cards

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  1. btarunr

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    Buffalo Japan introduced the RMSD-C6SA series of Class6 microSDHC cards. Pictured below, the cards are available in capacities of 4 GB (RMSD-4GC6SA), 8 GB (RMSD-8GC6SA), 16 GB (16GC6SA RMSD), and 32 GB (RMSD-32GC6SA). As Class6 devices, transfer rates of at least 6 MB/s are guaranteed. The packages include adapters that convert these cards into standard-size SDHC cards. Compatibility with devices such as the Nintendo Wii, 3DS, DSi, and DSii, is guaranteed. The 4, 8, 16, and 32 GB variants are priced at 2,880 JPY (US $34.6), 3,880 JPY (US $46.7), 8,880 JPY (US $107), and 17,880 JPY (US $215), respectively.

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    These look quite nice! Buffalo makes great products! I have a PCI 54G wireless card in my main and it has never dropped below 5 bars of signal were my D link would hover at 3-4
     
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    they seem to be rebadged Kingston or Sandisk Memory cards.
     
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    very expensive.
     
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    buying directly from the manufacturer often is - Check sites like Amazon or Play.com etc etc they usually have them a lot lot cheaper then the manufacturers RRP Just like Logitechs own prices on their website compared to the prices at other retailers.
     
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    Very very expensive. Really dont know why? I can get a Patriot LX Series microSDHC 32GB, Class 10 card, for like 30€. And it is even faster, class 10 vs. class 6.

    Any ideas on why this is like 8X more expensive?
     

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