[NTLK] [Spam] Re: [Spam] Sram cards for sale?
dan at dbdigitalweb.com
Sun Dec 2 10:25:33 EST 2012
Ohhhh that explains it. Hmm is it possible to disassemble it and
replace the battery? Some had that option. As for prices on ebay, that
is about right. SRAM cards are more rare and expensive. But in general
they don't wear out, but if possible I would avoid getting one with a
rechargeable battery. And yes 4mb SRAM cards are very hard to find, and
when you do expect to pay $300 or more for them. Although I seem to
recall a company that still was manufacturing them for $200 or so. But
I am not sure if that was 2mb or 4mb.
It is odd though, most SRAM cards will be fine while plugged into the
newt as they are powered by the Newt at that point. At least until the
newt is powered off then the data will go poof if the battery is too low.
On 12/2/2012 2:10 AM, Marisa Giancarla wrote:
> Unfortunately this card had a built in rechargeable battery...
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> On Dec 1, 2012, at 10:06 PM, "Chris Browder" <kcfoxie at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Usually you just replace the battery in the sram card...
>> Sent via BlackBerry
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>> Date: Sun, 02 Dec 2012 01:04:19
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>> Subject: Re: [NTLK] [Spam] Sram cards for sale?
>> On 12/2/2012 12:47 AM, Marisa Giancarla wrote:
>>> Does anyone have a 4mb sram card for sale? My current one is dying quickly...
>> Really? Never heard of one them failing before. How is it failing? And
>> I think you can find them on ebay. Any SRAM card will work fine with a
>> Newton, unlike flash.
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