Integral 64GB UltimaPro SDXC Card 45MB/s - Class 10 from MyMemory £20.98 delivered ( £0.91 TCB if lucky). £4 Cheaper than last time - HotUKDeals
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Last time this deal was posted for £24.99 and it cross over 300 degree (ofcourse it was 4 months ago) . expecting this to be hotter.
Comes with protecti veFrom My memory website


- Works brilliantly with compact and DSLR digital cameras and FULL HD camcorders that support the SDXC format
- A 64GB SDXC memory card is large enough to record hours of video in HD video formats such as AVCHD
- Video files are no longer limited to 4GB in size because SDXC uses the exFAT file format, which allows far greater file sizes than older FAT32 format used in SDHC cards
- SDXC is the ideal format to save large high-definition photographs (jpeg or professional RAW still photography format)
- Photo and video editing will be quicker and easier as the Integral SDXC is a Class 10 speed card, so that data transfers faster from SDXC to PC/Mac

Key Features:

- Ultra high speed memory card; up to 45MB/s transfer speed
- SDXC Class 10 (Secure Digital eXtended Capacity)
- UHS-I / UHS-1 (Ultra High Speed 1), Class 1 controller
- SD 3.0 specification
- exFAT file system (developed by Microsoft)
- 5 year warranty
- Complete with free protective case
Classes: Class 10, Class 1 UHS
Write Speed: 30MB/s
Read Speed: 45MB/s
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This make sense now. trying to cancel my order and purchase from amazon
every little help.
This make sense now. trying to cancel my order and purchase from amazon
every little help.

funny that amazon lists different speeds, yet sold by MyMemory
I had a look and saw that Mymemory sells both the cards from their website.

the £18.99 is 40 MB/s and £20.98 is 45MB/s. I think it is well worth spending 2 quid and get 45 MB/s

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