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Thread: Tototek MD-PRO 32M flash Card with case for Genesis/MegaDrive

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    Default Tototek MD-PRO 32M flash Card with case for Genesis/MegaDrive

    I bought this a couple of years ago when they came out and used it maybe one time, but it's tested and working. I'll ship it anywhere in the US for $80 OBO.

    It's the 32M flash card with cart shell (no label) and the USB/Parallel programming card. I think the USB is only for power.

    I'd also trade it for an old working Super Magic Drive or other MD/Genesis copier. I'd rather collect the old stuff than the new.
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    Wow, this forum moves fast. Nobody wants an MD flash card?
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    willing to take 70 for it?

    and pics?

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    It's this:

    http://tototek.com/pio/main1/SUBMENU...OS/mdpro64.htm

    Except the label is blank.
    $80 shipped is at least $20 less than buying new from Hong Kong, so I won't take less, sorry.
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    your title listed the 32mbit model, so which is it?

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    It's a 32M, the page is for 64M.
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    Price with EMS: $102.40
    With Airmail parcel: $96.60
    With Airmail packet: $90.90

    And thats for brand new. If you won't accept best offers, don't bother putting OBO in your initial post.

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    OBO also implies that there will be other offers, which there were, and it was sold for the asking price.

    OBO doesn't mean I have to take the first offer.
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