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# Reminisce via multi life
# Safe from X-rays and magnets
# Higher speeds will save you time

Replace anxiety with reliability.

When you need a safe place for all your mobile memories, get that peace of mind with the new range of samsung memory cards. A treasure trove of memories in a card. Wedding photos you can't put a price tag on. Your entire library of music-including that song you share with "the one". Babys first steps, in HD glory. Keep them all safe and secure in a samsung memory card. Whether its a microsd, SD or Compact flash card you need for your mobile device, you'll find protection you can't do without.


Water-proof
The Samsung SD Plus card can withstand over 24 hours in water, and can protect against threats posed by dust.



X-ray and magnet-proof
The Samsung SD Plus card is able to resist x-ray scanners and any type of widespread magnetic exposure.



Shock-proof
Shock-proof technology within our SD Plus card protects your data from forceful impact and high pressure.

Class 6, for those too lazy to look.
Here are some stats from a Play review -

Continuous write (using a 2GB file)
- Sandisk - 17.1 MB/s
- Samsung - 11.9 MB/s

Continuous read (using a 2GB file)
- Sandisk - 25.7 MB/s
- Samsung - 15.0 MB/s

Random write (using thousands of small files and taking the total time)
- Sandisk - 119 kB/s
- Samsung - 179 kB/s

Random read (using thousands of small files and taking the total time)
- Sandisk - 1130 kB/s
- Samsung - 1130 kB/s


Also worth mentioning it has a 10 year warranty.
- jukkie
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#1
good price though i usually stick to sandisk
[mod]#2
You should really add that this is a Class 6 to the title
#3
Well said, Andy
I was about to say "So bloody what - this has been posted a zillion times" but not a class 6.
#4
This has been posted before, a Class 6 one too - I bought one :)

More over it is an excellent card too and is MUCH MUCH sturdier than both my Trancend(8gb) and my Integral Ultima(8gb) cards, reccomended if you're worried about breaking your card or just want something a little bit more rugged.
#5
Have added the class and some stats to the details (looking at write speeds this would qualify as class 10).
Decent card for the money.

Edited By: jukkie on Jan 31, 2011 08:03
#6
Was looking for some decent memory at a resonable price for ages thanks.
#7
Syanideuk
This has been posted before, a Class 6 one too - I bought one :)

More over it is an excellent card too and is MUCH MUCH sturdier than both my Trancend(8gb) and my Integral Ultima(8gb) cards, reccomended if you're worried about breaking your card or just want something a little bit more rugged.


Is breaking an SD card a normal hazard? Can't see how that would happen myself.
#8
Besford
Syanideuk
This has been posted before, a Class 6 one too - I bought one :)

More over it is an excellent card too and is MUCH MUCH sturdier than both my Trancend(8gb) and my Integral Ultima(8gb) cards, reccomended if you're worried about breaking your card or just want something a little bit more rugged.


Is breaking an SD card a normal hazard? Can't see how that would happen myself.

I've never broken one. I've only ever known one break and that was someone else's. There was a tiny cut in it and was unrecoverable. So, basically, if you're not an idiot, you should be fine. :)
#9
Besford


Is breaking an SD card a normal hazard? Can't see how that would happen myself.


Recently one of the small bits of plastic between the metal contacts came away on one of my Sandisk cards. My camera couldn't use it till I bent it back into place (it was still attached at one end). Those things are pretty thin. I decided to dump the card rather than risk further damage.
#10
Hot deal!
#11
Bought 3 - 1 for my camera, 1 for girlfriend's camera and 1 for the Wii.
#12
would love one like these if its one of those slim usb
#13
Thanks OP. I've been looking for a way to 'reminisce via multi life' for a while now - this would appear to fit the bill!
#14
Besford
[quote=Syanideuk]
Is breaking an SD card a normal hazard? Can't see how that would happen myself.

That's because you probably only require one, and it will stay in your camera. If like me you need to have quite a few of them it can lead to some unfortunate accidents.
#15
it's £6.99 now
#16
These really are quality media cards for anyone who is considering them. I replaced a lot of my well used SanDisk cards with these and feel far more confident in their strength than I did with the previous cards.
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Syanideuk
Besford
[quote=Syanideuk]
Is breaking an SD card a normal hazard? Can't see how that would happen myself.

That's because you probably only require one, and it will stay in your camera. If like me you need to have quite a few of them it can lead to some unfortunate accidents.


Exactly, I use my camera for a variety of different types of photography and I'm often having to change cards quickly. I feel far more confident throwing these in and out of my case than I did with any other type of card.
#18
Hot!
#19
£ 7.99 now needs expiring

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