Best tech bargains of the week: October 2

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SanDisk Extreme Pro 16GB CompactFlash memory card

Price: $286 (Save $113)

SanDisk's Extreme Pro CompactFlash card offers 90 megabytes per second read and write speeds, double the speed of SanDisk's previous offering. With the NRL grand final coming up on the weekend, now is the perfect opportunity to grab one of these cards for your digital SLR and capture some sporting snaps. The fast read and write performance means you can capture high-speed action and take burst photos without worrying about your camera slowing down. The new cards are pricey, but the 16GB SanDisk Extreme Pro can be purchased for $286 at City Software, a saving of $113.

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