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64gb micro sd card - integral - my memory - good reviews £18.99

£18.99 @ MyMemory
Reviews seem good, and reputable seller. 18.99 with free delivery. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. This card is the Integral 64GB UltimaPro MicroSDXC Card 40MB/s Including adapter - Class 1…
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Reviews seem good, and reputable seller. 18.99 with free delivery.

Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

This card is the Integral 64GB UltimaPro MicroSDXC Card 40MB/s Including adapter - Class 10
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#1
Very hot. Though I got 2 of the 32gb integrals for £16 recently so that was better for me. Id rather have 2 cards it halves the chances of losing any data. depends what you need them for I guess.
#2
I bought the same ones, but got 3. But surely, using 2 cards doubles your chances of losing data doesn't it? ;-)
#3
Great price ordered
#4
OP .. it might have been a good idea to have mentioned that this Deal of yours was off of MyMemory Website .....
#5
chaplin
Very hot. Though I got 2 of the 32gb integrals for £16 recently so that was better for me. Id rather have 2 cards it halves the chances of losing any data. depends what you need them for I guess.


Who from? .. Link please?
#6
woldranger
I bought the same ones, but got 3. But surely, using 2 cards doubles your chances of losing data doesn't it? ;-)


I think they meant it in an 'individual' sense? .. as opposed to 'collectively' ..... lol. :-)
#7
Found mymemory very slow the last time I used them, took nearly 2 weeks to deliver some USB sticks - is this normal?
1 Like #8
That Samsung one with adapter from amazon was a good Deal
#9
woldranger
I bought the same ones, but got 3. But surely, using 2 cards doubles your chances of losing data doesn't it? ;-)
What chaplin means is that should one card fail then he won't lose all his data. Trust me, memory cards do fail, so the golden rule is don't put all your eggs in one basket, if you have one large capacity card that fails then you lose all your data if the card can't be recovered, but by having several smaller cards then should one fail you haven't lost everything.
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I feel for you, your post didn't get enough attention did it?
1 Like #12
#13
Anyone know if this is this OK as a Ps vita memory card?
banned#14
Excellent deal X)
banned#15
Kristcobain
Anyone know if this is this OK as a Ps vita memory card?


Thought they used a special kind of card, not micro sd?
#16
What devices can this card be used?
Will this work on my Htc One M8?
#17
From reading up alot of Amazon users report low transfer speeds on these just so people are aware, I was going to buy one but that put me off and I went with a Samsung instead.
#18
royroy1
woldranger
I bought the same ones, but got 3. But surely, using 2 cards doubles your chances of losing data doesn't it? ;-)
What chaplin means is that should one card fail then he won't lose all his data. Trust me, memory cards do fail, so the golden rule is don't put all your eggs in one basket, if you have one large capacity card that fails then you lose all your data if the card can't be recovered, but by having several smaller cards then should one fail you haven't lost everything.

I know, but that's not what was said, hence my pedantic comment ;-)
#19
These have been tumbling ever since the 128GB cards came out. I amanged to get a 128GB on eBay (fixed price, not auction) for £35 delivered. I know some people prefer 2 smaller ones as backups etc but I do all my backups over the air with Google backup so I dont need a second card.

PS The card was a genuine Sandisk and not a Chinese fake. The first thing I did was check it.
#20
msharif911
These have been tumbling ever since the 128GB cards came out. I amanged to get a 128GB on eBay (fixed price, not auction) for £35 delivered. I know some people prefer 2 smaller ones as backups etc but I do all my backups over the air with Google backup so I dont need a second card.

PS The card was a genuine Sandisk and not a Chinese fake. The first thing I did was check it.

mind sharing the 128gb card for that, would like a bigger card for my linx 10 and thats cheap. How do you check there not fake?
#21
brookysm
Found mymemory very slow the last time I used them, took nearly 2 weeks to deliver some USB sticks - is this normal?

Free delivery from mymemory to me usually takes 3 or 4 days (holiday period exception).
#22
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essexgangsta
msharif911
These have been tumbling ever since the 128GB cards came out. I amanged to get a 128GB on eBay (fixed price, not auction) for £35 delivered. I know some people prefer 2 smaller ones as backups etc but I do all my backups over the air with Google backup so I dont need a second card.

PS The card was a genuine Sandisk and not a Chinese fake. The first thing I did was check it.

mind sharing the 128gb card for that, would like a bigger card for my linx 10 and thats cheap. How do you check there not fake?


How do you know the Linx takes 128gb? instructions state upto 64gb
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royroy1
woldranger
I bought the same ones, but got 3. But surely, using 2 cards doubles your chances of losing data doesn't it? ;-)
What chaplin means is that should one card fail then he won't lose all his data. Trust me, memory cards do fail, so the golden rule is don't put all your eggs in one basket, if you have one large capacity card that fails then you lose all your data if the card can't be recovered, but by having several smaller cards then should one fail you haven't lost everything.

I am careful and only use 300 512mb cards. A bit of a pain swapping over mid use, but hey it is what it is.
#24
hc4eva
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essexgangsta
msharif911
These have been tumbling ever since the 128GB cards came out. I amanged to get a 128GB on eBay (fixed price, not auction) for £35 delivered. I know some people prefer 2 smaller ones as backups etc but I do all my backups over the air with Google backup so I dont need a second card.
PS The card was a genuine Sandisk and not a Chinese fake. The first thing I did was check it.
mind sharing the 128gb card for that, would like a bigger card for my linx 10 and thats cheap. How do you check there not fake?
How do you know the Linx takes 128gb? instructions state upto 64gb

Like most devices I imagine, manufacturer tests with what they know will deff work at the time of development. That could have been 18 months ago when 64gb cards were rare. I too would like to know if the 10" Linx will accept 128gb cards.
#25
essexgangsta
msharif911
These have been tumbling ever since the 128GB cards came out. I amanged to get a 128GB on eBay (fixed price, not auction) for £35 delivered. I know some people prefer 2 smaller ones as backups etc but I do all my backups over the air with Google backup so I dont need a second card.

PS The card was a genuine Sandisk and not a Chinese fake. The first thing I did was check it.

mind sharing the 128gb card for that, would like a bigger card for my linx 10 and thats cheap. How do you check there not fake?

I Googled it and there is some software you can download that checks the capacity and the speed. I cant remember the name of it now as I have uninstalled it.

I'll have a look through my purchases in a bit and PM you when I find it. He only had a few so there is a good chance they are all gone. But they were definitely legit genuine ones as I was ready to make claim if they werent as I was a bit suspicious because of of the price.
#26
http:/****/1JXtXHU

This new one looks better deal. PNY 64gb class 10 at currys for £14.97
#28
Good deal - will this work in my newly purchased Moto G?
#29
No stock of that Currys offer within London/M25
#30
Would this go into a hudl 2 folks?
#32
chaplin
Very hot. Though I got 2 of the 32gb integrals for £16 recently so that was better for me. Id rather have 2 cards it halves the chances of losing any data. depends what you need them for I guess.

but you cant but 2 32gb cards in 1 device...
#33
will these work on a hudl 2? as the hudl 2 states it can support up to 32 gb although many people have used 64 gb with no issues
#34
can you put these in a SD card converter and use in a camera?
1 Like #35
chaplin
Very hot. Though I got 2 of the 32gb integrals for £16 recently so that was better for me. Id rather have 2 cards it halves the chances of losing any data. depends what you need them for I guess.

Errrmm no it doesn't!
By having 2 cards you have doubled the possibility of one card becoming faulty, the only the way the statement you made is correct is if you have IDENTICAL data on both cards!!

This claim always pops its head up whenever someone posts a large HDD or flash drive and it's rather silly tbh, a large storage device doesn't mean you are any more likely to lose data, if not backed up the integrity of ANY data is vulnerable irrespective of what it's stored on or the size of the media!
#37
msharif911
These have been tumbling ever since the 128GB cards came out. I amanged to get a 128GB on eBay (fixed price, not auction) for £35 delivered. I know some people prefer 2 smaller ones as backups etc but I do all my backups over the air with Google backup so I dont need a second card.

PS The card was a genuine Sandisk and not a Chinese fake. The first thing I did was check it.

Sorry to say but this card will be fake, Ebay is riddled with them.
Use this tool to see how much it writes before it errors.
http://sosfakeflash.wordpress.com/h2testw/
#38
Would much rather purchase the samsung Evo 64gb for a quid or slightly more, than this
#39
Leftfield_2k2
chaplin
Very hot. Though I got 2 of the 32gb integrals for £16 recently so that was better for me. Id rather have 2 cards it halves the chances of losing any data. depends what you need them for I guess.

Errrmm no it doesn't!
By having 2 cards you have doubled the possibility of one card becoming faulty, the only the way the statement you made is correct is if you have IDENTICAL data on both cards!!

This claim always pops its head up whenever someone posts a large HDD or flash drive and it's rather silly tbh, a large storage device doesn't mean you are any more likely to lose data, if not backed up the integrity of ANY data is vulnerable irrespective of what it's stored on or the size of the media!
It's not silly. With hard drives of course you want bigger drives and will have everything backed up, but with memory cards it's not so easy to back up and the golden rule is not to have all your eggs in one basket. Let's say for instance you're on holiday and only have one large capacity card (i.e. 64gb) for your camera, you're out and about and backing up regularly to another device isn't an option, and that card happens to be corrupted, then if recovery fails you've lost ALL your holiday snaps, but if you'd gone the sensible route and had say 4 16gb cards or 2 32gb cards then if one fails you only stand to lose some of your holiday snaps and not everything. It may be rare but cards do fail, especially with the lesser brands, so it's better to be safe than sorry.
#40
I'm sorry royroy1, but you've failed to take due diligence in protecting your data. You upload it to the cloud first. Then you have a minimum of THREE backups; that's a minimum of eight 16GB cards, or four 32GB cards. You also have the hex values for all the data printed on archive quality paper. If using a cloud service, make sure to upload it via wired connection from your safe house using a minimum of 512bit AES encryption. If you used a personalised encryption key, make sure to memorise it then burn/swallow the original. They have eyes and ears everywhere. Do a bit of research on the retailers supply chain to make sure the cards may not have been compromised en route. They have eyes and ears everywhere.

Do what I say and your data will be fine.

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