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Kingston 16GB MicroSD Card Class 4 + SD Adaptor ONLY £21.89 @ MyMemory

£21.89 @ MyMemory
I think it's a good for a branded micro sd 4th class. Use code "BACKFORGOOD" for 5% off. Quidco also available. - Xeijin
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I think it's a good for a branded micro sd 4th class.

Use code "BACKFORGOOD" for 5% off.

Quidco also available.
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#1
£20.80 with the 5% code, got one lastnight, was just going to post it here :p
#4
cheers needed one for the wife`s phone
#5
does this work in an htc desire hd phone?
#6
will it work for panadonic sd60 camcorder? please let me know..need one for my camcorder
#7
Awesome :)

Glad I held out buying a 16GB class 2, at this price I'll get a class 4 though!
#8
£20.80 and a bargain at that. Hopefully Quidco in addition.
#9
Why expired? Still available
#10
Ordered, thanks.
#11
already been despatched. quick little beggers over there.
#12
Balls, I paid 35 squid for this card a month or so ago :( Still seems to be available BTW.
#13
not exptred as just made a purchase ..... hot deal but cant vote
#14
Ohh, just what I was looking for. Nice one. Purchased. H&R.

Edited By: kidblast on Sep 24, 2010 14:12: fat fingers
#15
been waiting for a decent class at reasonable price. cheers. heat added
#16
Why expired? It's still available!

Voted hot.
#17
please un expire.
#18
Ordered thanks!
#19
Been looking for one to use in my MP3 player,ordered cheers!
#20
no thats slower that is a class 2, this is class4 meaning abit faster
#21
yap they have stock still, i just checked kingston make

Edited By: rhodyate on Sep 24, 2010 14:45: correction
#22
Just ordered mine and used the BACKFORGOOD code to get 5% of bringing it to £20.80.

Thanks OP!
#23
Bargain! Ordered one with the BACKFORGOOD code and quidco :)
#24
Silly me. Just ordered one and forgot to use the code.
#25
OP can you add a bit telling people about the 5% code. I know its very little off and its on the voucher bit, but it will remind people - after all, we are all here to save money! =]
#26
Went to order then noticed:

* Class: Class 4
* Read Speed: 8MB/s
* Write Speed: 6MB/s

But look up a 2gb class 2 Sandisk and you get

* Class: Class 2
* Read Speed: 15MB/s
* Write Speed: 9MB/s

eh?? At 9mb/sec that's class 6, verging on class 10!

ATM I know the "class 2" Sandisk I have is quick enough for 720p recording in my Desire, if I buy this it might end up being too slow, despite being marked as a class higher.
#27
(can't edit for some reason)

Are the speeds they list burst speeds rather than continuous? And the class is listed too for clarification/checking device compatibility?
#28
Does anyone know which is better? Was about to go for this deal until I read this comment!!

BlueDan
Went to order then noticed:

* Class: Class 4
* Read Speed: 8MB/s
* Write Speed: 6MB/s

But look up a 2gb class 2 Sandisk and you get

* Class: Class 2
* Read Speed: 15MB/s
* Write Speed: 9MB/s

eh?? At 9mb/sec that's class 6, verging on class 10!

ATM I know the "class 2" Sandisk I have is quick enough for 720p recording in my Desire, if I buy this it might end up being too slow, despite being marked as a class higher.
#29
Can someone please advise which one is better/faster for my T-mobile Pulse, Class 2 or Class 4???
Thanks in advance..:)
#30
if you just want a memory card, try this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-micro-sd-high-capacity-memo/735896 17.99 delivered...where will it all end??
#31
asiandude007
Can someone please advise which one is better/faster for my T-mobile Pulse, Class 2 or Class 4???
Thanks in advance..:)


Just to give you the choice -
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=106392&source=webgains&siteid=20363
banned#32
Thanks.

Just ordered one for my new HTC Desire HD :)
#33
really want a 16GB microSD card but confused...which would be the best to get for HTC Desire froyo 2.2 and 720p recording?
#34
Class 4 should be better than class 2 unless this one is S**t!

Get a class 6 or higher with a smartphone
#35
Just thought to check my "class 2" Sandisk, 7mb/sec write and 18mb/sec read, good job I didn't buy this thinking it would have been at least as fast.
#36
BlueDan
Just thought to check my "class 2" Sandisk, 7mb/sec write and 18mb/sec read, good job I didn't buy this thinking it would have been at least as fast.
sandisk have good record with average transfer speed on class 2.
from their own rating it may occasionally drop to 2mb/s though which may be a problem for some.
kingston with class 4 should never drop below 4mb/s though could be alot slower average transfer..though until someone tests could also be alot faster :)

the 16gb sandisk only claims 9read/5write and is higher on average, so could the kingston

Edited By: brilly on Sep 26, 2010 11:45: .
#37
ribena
Does anyone know which is better? Was about to go for this deal until I read this comment!!

BlueDan
Went to order then noticed:

* Class: Class 4
* Read Speed: 8MB/s
* Write Speed: 6MB/s

But look up a 2gb class 2 Sandisk and you get

* Class: Class 2
* Read Speed: 15MB/s
* Write Speed: 9MB/s

eh?? At 9mb/sec that's class 6, verging on class 10!

ATM I know the "class 2" Sandisk I have is quick enough for 720p recording in my Desire, if I buy this it might end up being too slow, despite being marked as a class higher.


I looked this card up on google. A cnet reviewer here achieved the following results:

Average Read: 17.9 MB/s
Average Write: 9.3 MB/s

These were the average results, so the peak may well be higher and the Class 4 means it should not drop below 4 MB/s. The figures for the Sandisk on the mymemory site are maximum speeds. Looks as though the Sandisk does not come with an adapter whereas the Kingston does. So I'd say these clearly look a better buy.

Low price can be explained by the new Class 10 Kingston cards to which the cnet reviewer refers.
#38
musical
ribena
Does anyone know which is better? Was about to go for this deal until I read this comment!!
BlueDan
Went to order then noticed:* Class: Class 4* Read Speed: 8MB/s* Write Speed: 6MB/sBut look up a 2gb class 2 Sandisk and you get* Class: Class 2* Read Speed: 15MB/s* Write Speed: 9MB/seh?? At 9mb/sec that's class 6, verging on class 10!ATM I know the "class 2" Sandisk I have is quick enough for 720p recording in my Desire, if I buy this it might end up being too slow, despite being marked as a class higher.
I looked this card up on google. A cnet reviewer here achieved the following results:Average Read: 17.9 MB/sAverage Write: 9.3 MB/sThese were the average results, so the peak may well be higher and the Class 4 means it should not drop below 4 MB/s. The figures for the Sandisk on the mymemory site are maximum speeds. Looks as though the Sandisk does not come with an adapter whereas the Kingston does. So I'd say these clearly look a better buy.Low price can be explained by the new Class 10 Kingston cards to which the cnet reviewer refers.

the sandisk figures onsite are not max - bluedan 2 above you posted his own results
#39
Thanks. The website says max, but agreed that bluedan got higher results.

Bottom line is that, when measured by third parties, the Kingston appears to have about the same read speed (17.9MB/s on Kingston, 18MB/s on Sandisk) but has a write speed just over 30% faster (9.3MB/s on Kingston, 7MB/s on Sandisk). Hence I'd buy the Kingston, as I just have done.

Edited By: musical on Sep 26, 2010 15:41: typo
#40
hmmm...would this kingston be good for smooth 720p recording? i dont want it stuttering when recording...

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