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September 8, 2010, 3:14 am
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I am a little slow. I actually thought with the fall out in computer
prices that I was going to get a 256GB USB drive for $29. Now I am
$32 poorer. If your interested ioffer.com has lots of them for sale!
If you allow crooks to operate out of your house are you not a crook?
I can see why they allow them to operate $$$$$$. Enjoy your chunk of
flesh ioffer.com. :-(
Re: FAKE FRAUDULENT COUNTERFEIT USB DRIVES ON iOffer.com
There is a 256GB USB flash drive here for $722.
This Ebay seller "buy it now" price is $44.59 . Sells at a loss.
Good for him. You can always count on Ebay for "surprises".
Did these "fall off the back of a truck" ? :-)
"Mint condition, Brand New in Sealed Retail packaging, pack is unbroken"
According to this, the price per gigabyte, will be between
$1 and $4, depending on what is being used to make the device.
We might expect a quality 256GB device to cost $256 at the
end of the year, but not $29. All that $29 would get you, is
a dead chip suitable for a keyring.
"The price of flash memory chips rose to $4.10 per GB
in the second quarter of last year.
Pricing for NAND flash memory had been expected to flat-line
until next year, when NAND flash chip fabricators will be able
to reinvest their profits to ramp up production and begin selling
higher-density products, industry experts say.
But in a report released today, iSuppli forecasts that NAND flash
pricing for 3-bit-per-cell NAND will average $1.20 per GB for the
entire fourth quarter and will then drop to $1 by the end of this
year. The $1 per GB level is considered a threshold that will drive
adoption of solid state drives, iSuppli stated."
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