Lexar 16GB MicroSDHC card and reader - £36.47 delivered at Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Been waiting ages for these Class 6 16GB microSD cards to come back in stock for my HTC Desire. Although relatively expensive compared to a Class 6 8GB card (eg Transcend at Amazon for £13.99) for some reason 16GB cards are much more expensive, no cheaper than £52.96 (Amazon Transcend). Therefore, this at £16 cheaper is a bargain! Class 2 equivalent is around £10 cheaper at about £27, but prefer to spend extra tenner for faster speed. At time of posting there are only 4 left! Above price includes postage.

This is 30% cheaper than any other equivalent on the market!
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#1
So why is this so cold? is there better value 16gb class 6 cards? if so, please point me to them!
#2
Thank you for your comment. I was beginning to think that I had wasted my time bothering posting this! I do not understand why anyone would vote this cold either, surely a 30% saving is pretty good!!!
#3
Cards are not an area I follow closely enough to know what it good or not, but I think this is good. I am after a 16gig card and this ticks my box, thanks.
#4
No problem, glad I could be of help. It really is a good deal for the Class rating.
#5
Am I right in thinking that this will speed things up on my htc desire? I just bought the cheapest 16gb card I could find. Might sell it and change to one of these I it allows the phones to access things quicker
#6
Yes this is a class 6 card which is faster (has a minimum write speed of 6 MB/s) than the class 2 standard card that came with the desire

Edited By: Cireklyc on Aug 02, 2010 23:15: extra info
#7
not a bad price, been wondering what happened to these Lexar 16gb class 6 micro sdhc's, bought two of these for £32 each from the deal over last christmas. Since then only seen the class 2 or 4 versions around.
#8
good for me was after a class 2 for £22 but have not seen any at that price for a long time so class 6 for £14 more seems good value got the last one yay.

Edited By: locoperro on Aug 03, 2010 01:03: spelling
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Yes this is a class 6 card which is faster (has a minimum write speed of 6 MB/s) than the class 2 standard card that came with the desire


Just from my own experience. I recently bought a 16Gb Transcend Micro SDHC card (class 6) in addition to a class 2 one that I already owned. The read speeds for both cards were pretty much identical!! However the write speeds were VERY different. I don't think the class of the card affects it's read performance, only the write performance.

I personally didn't notice any difference in the speed at which the phone operated since memory card is used primarily for storage of my media and apps etc however transferring items to my phone was much quicker when I used the USB cable to transfer converted videos and MP3's to it.

With 720p video recording coming soon with Fro-Yo (v2.2) then you will need a card that can handle the speeds at which the phone will write to the memory card which I think is 3Mb/s so anything below Class 4 won't do.

I think this is a very good deal for a Class 6 16Gb Micro SDHC card and those that are voting it cold clearly don't know what they're talking about.
#10
locoperro
good for me was after a class 2 for £22 but have not seen any at that price for a long time so class 6 for £14 more seems good value got the last one yay.


Then you need look no further, mymemory has 16gb class 2 memory2go cards for £21.99, £20.67 after cashback 8)
#11
phill2000star
[quote=] With 720p video recording coming soon with Fro-Yo (v2.2) then you will need a card that can handle the speeds at which the phone will write to the memory card which I think is 3Mb/s so anything below Class 4 won't do.

I think this is a very good deal for a Class 6 16Gb Micro SDHC card and those that are voting it cold clearly don't know what they're talking about.


The class2 from mymemory works fine with 720 so go figure.

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