Reviews and Problems with Transcend CompactFlash 300X
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A Perfect Purchase For A Gamey Task
Dale M., Newegg
24 August 2014
Summary: I was looking for a couple of CF cards for an older game camera. Purchase of the same item locally was a little pricey. Found this CF card on Newegg. Price, manufacturer reputation and customer reviews sold me. Thanks Newegg !
Pros: * Price * Quality built * Reliable performance * Good transfer speed * Lifetime warranty.
Summary: I use this compact flash card in a digital recorder connected to my church's sound system. We've had the recorder for several years, enough time for the CF standards to change. I recently decided to have multiple cards and bring one home on Sunday afternoon rather the entire recorder (in case I...
Summary: This is an older Type 1 CF card and works just fine with my older Nikon. Newer high-capacity CF cards may not work with older cameras, and I am glad this card is still in stock. Worked fine, and was delivered promptly. Good value for the money. Would use them again.
Summary: Rig: Intel G630t Asrock H77M ASUS DVD-RW drive 2x 3TB Western Digital Reds 8gb Gskill 1.25v Sniper (only using 4gb for lower power consumption)
Pros: 1. Cheap 2. Works while being cheap 3. Fairly well built I just needed very little storage for my FreeNAS 8.3 install. I chose this over a flash drive because I didn't want a flash drive hanging off my PC's USB ports. These tend to last a bit longer running OSs than Flash Drives do. Cost-wise, th...
Summary: I purchased 4 of these to use in commercial control screens to hold the programs so they don't have to be reloaded if a screen has to be replaced. I use these instead of the $100 36mb memory card that the manufacturer offers
Summary: I needed the card for a digital multitracker music recorder, and the card works great. The recorder comes with a 128Meg memory card and that's not enough for one good song with multiple music tracks. But 2 GB sure is, and the price was the best to be found anywhere.