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Transcend 32 GB SDHC Class 6 Flash Memory Card TS32GSDHC6

Transcend 32 GB SDHC Class 6 Flash Memory Card TS32GSDHC6

Transcend?s SDHC card is based on the new generation of SD cards (SD 2.0) that support the FAT32 file system format. Fully Class 6 compliant, the card features fast data transfer speeds (guaranteed minimum write speed of 6MB/s) and satisfies the high-capacity demands of today?s new SDHC devices such as high-end digital cameras or digital camcorders. You can store your entire music or picture collections, video clips, or even complete full-length high quality movies.Transcend?s SDHC card also includes special features such as a mechanical write protection switch that keeps your important data safe from accidental deletion or over-writing. Transcend?s SDHC Class 6 series features ECC (Error Correcting Code) to automatically detect and correct errors during data transfer, preventing data corruption and missing files. Transcends manufactures all of its SDHC cards using brand name NAND Flash chips and premium quality components to ensure robust, long-life durability and performance. For further peace of mind, all SDHC cards are comprehensively tested for compatibility and reliability, and carry Transcend?s renowned Lifetime Warranty.

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0 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
one of the best games ever, December 18, 2004
A Kid's Review

Durability: Fun: Educational:
I beat this game pretty early on but it is sooooooooo kewl. The IMF gadgets r the bomb. u get this thing called a wasp and u fly it around and shoot people. Although throughout the game u reallly only have one gun.(Tranquilizer gun) But u do get different guns farther into the game but u dont get to keep'em.(sniper pistol, pistol thingy, automatic thingy) some levels really hard. over priced though big time:(

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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Not Splinter Cell but still a great game., June 24, 2004
By C. Wilkinson (USA) - See all my reviews

The M:I movies have always been some of the coolst movies ever, so it's about time they make a game that stays true it. Sure, it's not Splinter Cell or Metal Gear but it still hoids it own. It's by far the best post Splinter Cell like game. One real cool thing about is most of the action sequences are inspired by the two M:I movies. I love the IMF gadgets. If you liked Splinter Cell, OO7: Everything or nothing, Metal Gear, belive me you will love this.

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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Amazing!, June 22, 2004
By CarVox (USA) - See all my reviews

This Game Is Amazing!
Well First Off,I Wanna Say That This Website Got The Game Priced TOO HIGH.(...) So Now For the review, I rented this and saw how good this was and couldnt see how one of my friends said he hated it, but i gave it a try myself and this game was crazy as hell,it lives up to its standards but Tom Cruise should've Lended his voice to it and his likeness it wouldn't hurt but overall this game is crazy (...) I Recommend It If Ur A Fan Of The Adrenaline Rush And Splinter Cell. Imma Go Buy It Right Now!

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
Combination of Splinter Cell and Rainbow Six 3, June 14, 2004
By Scarletaka "Stacey" (United States) - See all my reviews

Loved this game! It combines the movie elements with some elements of play that are similar to Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six and even a little Metal Gear. The missions are varied and for gamers like me who aren't strictly pick up and play type players it's easy enough to get a handle of and soon take off running.
The graphics are great and they have a lot of the actors doing their own characters, short of Tom Cruise but I actually liked the guy doing the voice of Ethan just fine. Lots of weapons and different types of missions.
I also enjoyed the fact that there are so many different things to change the game, stealth, shooter, and puzzle/objectives.
I rented the game first and then actually bought a copy that I have played more than once.
The only problem I really had was two parts of the mission where you need to follow a plane and catch a parachute.

Look forward to a sequel.

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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Not bad..., June 13, 2004
Reviewer: A gamer

When I first played this game, I was amazed.The masks and wepons are amazing.I didnt play it for a while and my first black controler broke. Then i bought a ps1 white controler and it wouldnt work with this game,so be careful !!

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
It captures the spirit of the Mission: Impossible movies, May 30, 2004
By IMF Agent Sam Fisher "IMF Agent Sam Fisher" (Washington DC) - See all my reviews

M:I-Operation Surma does a good job of capturing the spirit of the Mission: Impossible movies (hence the title). There's the going under cover and puzzles of M:I-1 and the action and stealth of M:I-2. It also has the spirit and atmosphere of the ever-popular stealth game Splinter Cell. However, even though a lot of people it said Operation Surma was too much like Splinter Cell, I say it has just as much stuff not in Splinter Cell that is in Splinter Cell. For example, in Splinter Cell, the game revolves around stealth. Stealth, stealth, stealth. Action is kept to a minimum with you sneaking up on guards and bopping them in the head. In Operation Surma, there's a lot more of shooting stuff, although it's kept to a level where the game is still very stealthy. But it's a lot more fun doing this sometimes than just hiding in the shadows. When it comes to stealth, this game does very well. Operation Surma has a stealth meter just like Splinter Cell, although it's a lot simpler. And there's another improvement over Splinter Cell: If you're discovered, and there's no time for your pistol, then you can use hand-to-hand combat, which much more well done that in Splinter Cell. In Splint

Duran Duran ''Is There Something I Should Know'' 1983

Duran Duran ''Is There Something I Should Know'' 1983

Recorded London, December 1982 Released 19th March 1983

The video for "Is There Something I Should Know?" featured colour clips of Simon and his mates in blue shirts with tucked-in white ties, interspersed with surreal images in black-and-white. This video also included brief clips from several of the the bands other videos in this collection. It is also longer than the studio track.

Duran Duran Videos

"Rio" (Russell Mulcahy)

Duran Duran travelled to the island of Antigua in May 1982 to film the vivid music video for "Rio", which featured iconic images of the band in colourful Antony Price silk suits, singing and playing around on a yacht speeding over the crystal blue Caribbean Sea. Short segments show band members trying to live out their assorted daydreams, only to be teased, tormented, and made fools of by a body-painted vixen.

Planet Earth (Russell Mulcahy)

Fairly primitive by the band's later standards, the video was shot on a sound stage at St John's Wood. It features the band (dressed in frilly, floppy New Romantic fashions) playing the song on a white stage tricked out with special effects to look like a platform made of ice or crystal. Interspersed with the performance are shots of the band members alongside the four elements. The video focused closely on the band's faces, highlighting their varied good looks. The instrumental middle section features friends of the band from the Rum Runner nightclub dancing in their outlandish outfits. At the end of the video, singer Simon Le Bon leaps from the stage, caught in a freeze frame shot above an apparently bottomless abyss.

Lonely in your Nightmare (Russell Mulcahy)

The video for this melancholy album track contains a series of colour images, in which a beautiful woman in a flowing dress wanders about the tropical settings of Sri Lanka, drawing the attention of various band members. The elusive woman appears again in black and white scenes filmed in London, disappearing whenever the band members turn to look for her.

"Careless Memories" (Perry Haines)

This video was filmed in a decorated flat and on the streets around Soho in London when it was a hell of a lot cooler, back in the eighties Soho and Noho were raven with sex shops and wine bars these days it's just continental breakfasts and cafe' culture.
Anyway the band members talk and laugh while Simon Le Bon sings savagely to the camera.

"My Own Way" (Russell Mulcahy)

The video for "My Own Way" was filmed in a St. Johns Wood studio that was decorated entirely in red, black and white. The band performs the fast-paced song in close-up, while flamenco dancers twirl in the background, and a colourful parrot sits on the synthesisers, pecking at the keyboardist's fingers.

"Hungry Like the Wolf" (Russell Mulcahy)

This lush and cinematic video filmed in Sri Lanka was filled with shots of jungles, rivers, elephants, cafes and marketplaces evoking the exotic atmosphere of swashbuckler adventure films like Gunga Din and Raiders of the Lost Ark. The storyline reflected the lyrics "I'm on the hunt, I'm after you," with Le Bon pursuing a tiger-like woman from parties in the city through obstacles in the jungle, culminating in a final chase and strle in a jungle clearing. In the meantime, other band members hunted for Le Bon. One shot of Le Bon's head rising out of the water in portentous slow motion (it was actually filmed backwards) is an homage to an identical shot in Apocalypse Now.

"(Waiting for the) Night Boat" (Russell Mulcahy)

The album track "Night Boat" was a spooky, atmospheric piece to begin with, and the video became a mini-horror film shot on the Caribbean island of Antigua. A brief bit of dialogue before the music starts includes Le Bon's recitation of one of Mercutio's speeches from Romeo and Juliet. Band members gather in a small beach village as the sun is setting, only to be separated and set upon by zombies one by one, until the ragged Nightboat arrives to carry Le Bon away. It is possible that this video is a homage to the Italian horror film Zombi 2, with settings and zombies which look very much like those in the film. This video was filmed in May of 1982, several months before Michael Jackson began working on the video "Thriller", which also featured zombies.

"Girls on Film" (Godley & Creme)

This hit single was accompanied by an audacious video filmed at Shepperton Studios in July 1981. Simon and his fellow band members perform on a stage behind a model's catwalk, as various scantily clad women act out sexy vignettes including a lesbian pillow-fight, a rescued swimmer seducing her lifeguard, a massage therapist attending her client in garter belt and stockings, and a topless women mud wrestling another in a 1-piece swimsuit. The third stanza lyrics differ from the 3rd stanza of the radio version of the song. This video album contains the uncens

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