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Sheetal.Pandey
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Re: Your maximum number of cards?
Sheetal.Pandey   1/29/2015 11:19:08 PM
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Yes 10000 number looks really high. May be since it's for credit debit loyalty ID cards all in one so may be that's why. Some of the company executives may have these many cards or it may be for a group. And it's for life time I suppose and may be your travel also like boarding passes..

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Re: Your maximum number of cards?
Sheetal.Pandey   1/29/2015 11:00:39 PM
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Always feel that so much more can be done or needs to be done when it comes to Solar usage. The solar products are easy to use and has almost no maintenance. I guess it needs governments push. Hats off to universities and research companies that are actively involved in pushing it forward.

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Re: Your maximum number of cards?
Sanjib.A   1/28/2015 12:49:42 PM
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@R_Colin_Johnson: Never mind! I too guess that the lowest FLASH available, would store >10,000 card  information and hence might bementioned as the feature, which does not add much value to the user.

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Re: Your maximum number of cards?
R_Colin_Johnson   1/28/2015 12:38:42 PM
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I agree entirely. My father has more cards than anyone I know (he has to carry two wallets to fit the all, plus an emergency wallet in the car) and I'll bet his number, including loyaty cards and IDs, is still under 100. I guess that maybe there is so little infornation to store per card, that even the cheapest flash can hold 10,000. Or maybe government employees share a single unit? Do you think its worth me asking the company? Thanks for the comment.

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Your maximum number of cards?
Sanjib.A   1/28/2015 11:56:16 AM
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"...The Wocket electronics wallet lets you swipe up to 10,000 credit, debit, loyalty and identification cards--any card with a magnetic stripe..."

What is the maimum number of cards one would have on an average? I do not think the number of useful ones would cross 50 for sure (if not 20)...I do not understand the logic behind the number 10,000...any idea?

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Re: Better innovation
R_Colin_Johnson   1/27/2015 7:57:38 PM
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_hm: Thanks for the complement. Our whole point is to keep you abreast of all that is happening so fast in the electronics world as it merges with every part of out lives. Thanks again.

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_hm   1/27/2015 6:55:48 PM
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Have read about:

Neverfrost hope to give windshield ice brush-off?

This really helps.

 

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