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USB 2GB Flash drive $29.99 - Free Shipping

#1
Ok, I just had to let you guy know, this is a killer deal. I'm ordering two fo these key drives.

Memorex 2GB TravelDrive USB 2.0 Flash Drive - 32509070

If you click on the buy .com add on this website, we'll get sredit for it too. Here' the deal, it's $56.99 for the drive, but there's a rebate. After the rebate it comes to $29.99 for the USB 2.0 key drive. Plus there is free shipping. Buy.com has some of the best techy deals on the web. I bought my laptop through these guys and the transaction went smooth as could be. Plus I got an unbelievable deal.

I just wanted to let you know about this USB drive deal. Like I said, I'm getting two. Hell of a deal for 2GB flash, Check it out by clicking on any of the buy.com ads on this website.
 

WonderSlug

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#4
BFISA said:
Thats a helluva deal...I gave $45 for a 512 MB Flash Drive at skool!!:no: :tdown: :icon_evil:
How long ago? You might be able to take it back for a refund and buy this one instead, helping BT in the process. :yes:
 

AnteaterRaider

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#5
Since we are using this thread as a seller's market, does anyone also want a slightly used ink printer for like $50?
 

BFISA

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#6
WonderSlug said:
How long ago? You might be able to take it back for a refund and buy this one instead, helping BT in the process. :yes:
Last spring...I'll buy accuppoluv'em here tho...as I continue in the education process of learnin more and more about 'puters, I wanna belive my abitlityta download porn'll increase exponentially, and I hear these are great storage devices!!:icon_mrgreen: :lol: :tup: :icon_rofl:
 

WonderSlug

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#7
BFISA said:
Last spring...I'll buy accuppoluv'em here tho...as I continue in the education process of learnin more and more about 'puters, I wanna belive my abitlityta download porn'll increase exponentially, and I hear these are great storage devices!!:icon_mrgreen: :lol: :tup: :icon_rofl:
Ah!

I use them along with SD memory cards to also store MP3/WMA music files on. :yes:
 

BFISA

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#8
WonderSlug said:
Ah!

I use them along with SD memory cards to also store MP3/WMA music files on. :yes:
Damn, now I gotta goada my 'puter dictionaryta find out WTF MP3/WMA is!!:icon_eek: :icon_sad: :no: :icon_cry:
 

AnteaterRaider

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#9
BFISA said:
Damn, now I gotta goada my 'puter dictionaryta find out WTF MP3/WMA is!!:icon_eek: :icon_sad: :no: :icon_cry:
they're music files
MP3 is obvious, WMA is Windows Media Audio
 

WonderSlug

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#11
BFISA said:
MP3 isn't obviousta me!!:icon_sad: :no: :icon_huh: :icon_shrug:
It stands for MPEG Layer 3.

MPEG itself is an acronym for Moving Picture Experts Group.

MP3 is a way of encoding the audio for a video so that it takes up as little space as possible but is still of an acceptable enough higher quality.

It is usually combined with a video-only portion encoded in MPEG1, MPEG2, or MPEG4 algorithm to form a complete video/audio sequence.

MPEG1 was the original video encoding algorithm and many videos are still encoded with it. It specifies a normal video resolution of 320 x 240 or 352 x 288 and a max bitrate of 1.1 Mbps.

MPEG2 is the main format used on those commercial DVD movies you buy. It specifies a normal video resolution of 720 x 480 (16:9 anamorphic widescreen) and a max bitrate of 10 Mbps.

MPEG4 was designed for Internet online video streaming. It is also frequently used in portable media players (like the iPod or Creative Zen).
 
#12
PostAnteaterCharger said:
Since we are using this thread as a seller's market, does anyone also want a slightly used ink printer for like $50?
Actually, I just thought it was a great deal. I'm going to get at least one of these little flash drives and wanted to share the deal. I haven't seen a 2 gigger for this cheap anywhere else.

For selling stuff directly, I set up the free classified section. I know nobody looks in there now, but that's because there are no ads & there are no ads because nobody looks there. Someone has to get it started. Got something you want to sell? Put a free ad in the Free Classified section. If we need more/new categories, let me know and I'll add them.
 

BFISA

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#13
WonderSlug said:
It stands for MPEG Layer 3.

MPEG itself is an acronym for Moving Picture Experts Group.

MP3 is a way of encoding the audio for a video so that it takes up as little space as possible but is still of an acceptable enough higher quality.

It is usually combined with a video-only portion encoded in MPEG1, MPEG2, or MPEG4 algorithm to form a complete video/audio sequence.

MPEG1 was the original video encoding algorithm and many videos are still encoded with it. It specifies a normal video resolution of 320 x 240 or 352 x 288 and a max bitrate of 1.1 Mbps.



MPEG2 is the main format used on those commercial DVD movies you buy. It specifies a normal video resolution of 720 x 480 (16:9 anamorphic widescreen) and a max bitrate of 10 Mbps.

MPEG4 was designed for Internet online video streaming. It is also frequently used in portable media players (like the iPod or Creative Zen).
Thanx Slug :tup: :icon_toast:

I'll be back inna bout a week after I decrypt alla this ****!!:icon_wink: :icon_mrgreen:
 

AnteaterRaider

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#14
WonderSlug said:
It stands for MPEG Layer 3.

MPEG itself is an acronym for Moving Picture Experts Group.

MP3 is a way of encoding the audio for a video so that it takes up as little space as possible but is still of an acceptable enough higher quality.

It is usually combined with a video-only portion encoded in MPEG1, MPEG2, or MPEG4 algorithm to form a complete video/audio sequence.

MPEG1 was the original video encoding algorithm and many videos are still encoded with it. It specifies a normal video resolution of 320 x 240 or 352 x 288 and a max bitrate of 1.1 Mbps.

MPEG2 is the main format used on those commercial DVD movies you buy. It specifies a normal video resolution of 720 x 480 (16:9 anamorphic widescreen) and a max bitrate of 10 Mbps.

MPEG4 was designed for Internet online video streaming. It is also frequently used in portable media players (like the iPod or Creative Zen).
hey BFISA
gotta confess
I didn't know wtf that sheyat meant either :tup:

and thumper yeah our offering a great deal no question, i thought i'd just throw out to see if anyone wanted the printer before i give it to goodwill
 
#15
PostAnteaterCharger said:
hey BFISA
gotta confess
I didn't know wtf that sheyat meant either :tup:

and thumper yeah our offering a great deal no question, i thought i'd just throw out to see if anyone wanted the printer before i give it to goodwill
$50 is a bit for a used printer. You can almost get a new one for that these days. Sad really, it cost more to buy the ink cartridges, than it does to buy a whole new printer these days.
 

AnteaterRaider

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#16
Thumper said:
$50 is a bit for a used printer. You can almost get a new one for that these days. Sad really, it cost more to buy the ink cartridges, than it does to buy a whole new printer these days.
that's why i'm getting rid of the fracking thing
 

WonderSlug

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#17
Thumper said:
$50 is a bit for a used printer. You can almost get a new one for that these days. Sad really, it cost more to buy the ink cartridges, than it does to buy a whole new printer these days.
The ink is definitely overpriced.

They (HP, Epson, Canon) take like maybe $3 worth of ink and plastic and sell it for up 10 times that much. :unsure:
 

BFISA

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#18
I have 4 colors (Black, Red, Yellow, and Blue) in my Brothers MFC-210. Each ink thingy is about $20 a piece, and WILL NOT work if onea them are outta ink!!:icon_eek: :icon_sad: :tdown:
 

BFISA

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#19
PostAnteaterCharger said:
hey BFISA
gotta confess
I didn't know wtf that sheyat meant either :tup:
Y'all've seen that Sprint Blackberry commercial?? Well, I'm the short, fat guy yankin on the file folder!!:icon_eek: :icon_sad::lol:
 

BFISA

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#20
BFISA said:
I have 4 colors (Black, Red, Yellow, and Blue) in my Brothers MFC-210. Each ink thingy is about $20 a piece, and WILL NOT work if onea them are outta ink!!:icon_eek: :icon_sad: :tdown:
But I do know a whole lot more about Word, Power Point and Excel than I did a month ago!!:icon_toast: :tup: :yes:

but access still kicks my ***!!:icon_eek: :icon_confused: :icon_sad: :tdown:
 

WonderSlug

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#21
BFISA said:
But I do know a whole lot more about Word, Power Point and Excel than I did a month ago!!:icon_toast: :tup: :yes:

but access still kicks my ***!!:icon_eek: :icon_confused: :icon_sad: :tdown:
Database programs tend to be the hardest to learn of the main 'office' apps. Especially that scripting language.
 

Trumpet_Man

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#23
Ok this looks like maybe what I need.

I have to back up around 1.7 gigs of info soon and did know wtf I should get to backup a hard drive before it gets yanked and sent back to Gateway.

Is this flash drive reliable and will it hold 1.7 gigs?????

....I know it says 2 gigs but sometimes space is needed for whatever......

Talk to me goose.
 

BFISA

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#30
Thumper said:
They make 4 gig usb flash drives, but those are not cheap yet.
I don't think Trumpi gives a **** about cheap. A 4GB flash drive mebbe in the $100 range, although check around...backta skool specials abound!!
 

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