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Kingston Secure Digital (SD) Card - 2GB £9.40

mightyreds Avatar
9y, 7m agoFound 9 years, 7 months ago
If you choose the 4-7 day delivery this card is £9.40
1 - 5 days is £10.99

Kingston Secure Digital SD Card - Lifetime Warranty

Secure Digital (SD Card), introduced in late 2001, is a second-generation derivative of the MultiMedia Card standard that is backward-compatible with MultiMedia Cards. The SD card, Secure Digital format includes several important technological advancements over MultiMedia Card (MMC). These include the addition of cryptographic security protection for copyrighted data/music and a 4X increase in data transfer rates. The SD Card Association sets the specifications for the Secure Digital (SD) card.
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#1
plus delivery comes out at 10.39
#2
Ebuyer have Crucial 2GB one's for £9.39

So if you were buying a few you could still do a Google Checkout for it and save £10 (last few hours now!).
#3
Personally, I'd go for MicroSD because it's becoming very versatile & covers a lot of flash memory bases. So far you can use MicroSD for:

1. Devices that use MicroSD
2. Devices that use MiniSD
3. Devices that use Full size SD
4. Devices that use Memory Stick Pro Duo
5. Make a flash drive with the new MicroSD card and reader combo

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/images/products/1180435739-large.jpg
http://www.mymemory.co.uk/TransFlash

Sandisk, Kingston & Transcend do MicroSD cards with both standard SD and MiniSD adapters.

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/images/products/1180541756-large.jpg

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/memory/MyMemory/MicroSD/%5E/MS/Pro/Duo/Adaptor

MyMemory do a MicroSD to Sony MemoryStick Pro Duo adapter. I only know of MyMemory and Komplett doing these but if you know of anywhere else, please let me know.

http://www.xlshop.com/Images/150x150/KINTF1GBREAD.jpg
http://www.xlshop.com/moreInfo.asp?code=KINTF1GBREAD&tabGroup=GROUP-PC&tabGrpCode=COMP1

Kingston have just released a MicroSD card and reader combination so you can make a small flash drive.

Note: I'm not suggesting that you neccessarily buy from all of these places. The info is more about illustrating the benefits of MicroSD.
#4
Just ordered this, and came out at £9.98 delivered - so a full 1p cheaper than the Maxell card from play. Stock expected to be dispatched in 5-7 days so should be dispatched by the end of the week hopefully.

Voted hot! Thanks OP!

- - Sorry - wrong thread I think! Bought from dvd.co.uk and not from picstop! Oops!
#5
Any1 know if this will work with the k750i?
#6
not bad considering the delivery isnt too much. Other people charge £2 minimum for delivery.

Also, dont forget quidco ... only 2% but still !

oh no: Theyre charging £2.50 delivery !! Better off going to mymemory who are reasonable in prices and also have 6% quidco !!
#7
i still think the sandisk extreme III from [url]www.play.com[/url] for £16.99 is a better deal. much faster card. lifetime warrenty.
#8
i dont see the difference in all these faster cards ... the speed benefit is minimal and not worth the extra cash.

on a side note, Play.com dont sell microsd cards !! shocking !!
#9
Cyrus
i dont see the difference in all these faster cards ... the speed benefit is minimal and not worth the extra cash.

on a side note, Play.com dont sell microsd cards !! shocking !!

you do see the diff if using a fast camera. my ixus 70 is much quicker taking pics with the sandisk extreme III than with other cards.
plus quicker to transfer files to pc. especially good when you are moving 2gb of pics!!
#10
I have a ixus 900 but cant justify the extra money for slightly quick transfer speeds. I guess I can wait a few seconds longer :)
#12
I have been getting all my SD cards from dvd.co.uk recently.

http://www.dvd.co.uk/Hw/Kingston-2GB-Secure-Digital/SD2GB/product.htm

the same card as OP is only £7.99 inc P&P plus 2% quidco

Edit: Just realised that there is p&p of 1.99.... how long have dvd.co.uk charged? I've always had Free P&P from from there. Infact I had free P&P 2 weeks ago when I bought the A-team box set. And the last memory card I bought (albeit a CF card on that occasion) had free P&P back in March
#13
dvd.co.uk started charging P&P about...... 2 weeks ago ! i was chewing over a purchase there when it all happened ! Sorry dvd.co.uk I went to Play.com and the Extreme cards !

On the subject of Play.com Extreme cards - they appear quicker on recent digital cam models and dslr. Excellent warranty and some rescue software come with it. However I have one observation. These Sandisk cards (made in China) do not appear as robust as my Viking cards (made in Japan) ... infact I questioned Play.com as to the quality and pedigree of these items. They assured me they were sourced from Sandisk ! I have emailled Sandisk as well, So build is a question mark over these for me. Anyone else noticed this ?
#14
dvd.co.uk thread here..
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=72043&highlight=kingston
Shows the accuracy of heat ratings.. I made 16 deg , this is over 100deg for 1p more :p
#15
Bigdavel
dvd.co.uk started charging P&P about...... 2 weeks ago ! i was chewing over a purchase there when it all happened ! Sorry dvd.co.uk I went to Play.com and the Extreme cards !

On the subject of Play.com Extreme cards - they appear quicker on recent digital cam models and dslr. Excellent warranty and some rescue software come with it. However I have one observation. These Sandisk cards (made in China) do not appear as robust as my Viking cards (made in Japan) ... infact I questioned Play.com as to the quality and pedigree of these items. They assured me they were sourced from Sandisk ! I have emailled Sandisk as well, So build is a question mark over these for me. Anyone else noticed this ?

mine are solid and well built.
and they are defo genuine from sandisk as i have registered the warrenty with them using the serial numbers.
#16
Cyrus
I have a ixus 900 but cant justify the extra money for slightly quick transfer speeds. I guess I can wait a few seconds longer :)


its not the transfer speeds i mean, its the time it takes for the camera to be ready to take the next shot. or the spped of the burst mode. the faster the card, the less time it takes to get ready for next shot.
#17


That's an Amazon Marketplace seller so rip off postage on top of that price.
#18
Money Spinning
That's an Amazon Marketplace seller so rip off postage on top of that price.


It's not the marketplace seller who is ripping you off on postage. Amazon themselves are the ones that set postage rates for each category. Amazon's fee for the sale comes out of that. Say delivery is £4.50, Amazon take around £2.10 of that and pass the remaining £2.40 onto the seller. It's one of the reasons why you see items for 1p for instance.

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