...I think. It's gotten tough for me to keep up on all the product offers I hear about. some aren't what they appear, some are bettered elsewhere, and, in some cases, I personally just haven't kept up. I mean, my first 1 GB card cost $150, used. I'm more up to date than that—that was the digital Stone Age, nearly eight years ago, and nobody could be that far behind.
But to me this looks like a really good deal: SanDisk Extreme SDHC Class 10 (30MB/s) 32GB cards, normally $98, for $59.95 each if you buy more than one.
Just go to this link, change the quantity to "2" or more, and click "Add to Cart" to see the discount.
I've steeled myself for the four messages I'm about to receive from shopping ninjas explaining to me why that's not as remarkable as it sounds. Go ahead, hit me, I'm ready.
Lexar is defending with a similar deal on 32 GB cards, albeit somewhat slower ones of 15 MB/s throughput.
[Note: Ctein is on vacation today. His Wednesday column will return next week. —Ed.]
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