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Lexar 64GB Micro SDXC Card £9.99 vodafonestore / ebay

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#1
class 10
#2
not sure what exact speeds but seems a grear deal. i have 64gb in my asus t100. looking for 128gb next
#3
60 sold by single transaction at 17:41 !
#4
I had one of these, it suddenly became 'read-only' and I could no longer write or delete from it. I haven't had problems with other makes.
#5
oos :(
#6
pay little extra for a better brand I also had problems with this card.
1 Like #7
yeah there cards are pretty poor, you can get Samsung EVO for 12.99 on Amazon and they are far better and more reliable. I build raspberry pi's for people so I speak from experience. not voting cold as it is pretty cheap but it really is getting what you pay for
#8
Sold out :(
1 Like #9
Toshiba EXCERIA is the propper one ;)
3 Likes #10
What a bunch negative people(Troll's), I used 100's of Lexar's cards(Job) and not one fault

Number one failed cards are Sandisk.oO

Samsung cards may burst into flames X)

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1 Like #11
KuK
What a bunch negative people(Troll's), I used 100's of Lexar's cards(Job) and not one fault
Number one failed cards are Sandisk.oO
Samsung cards may burst into flames X)
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Did you buy 60? :D
1 Like #12
KuK
What a bunch negative people(Troll's), I used 100's of Lexar's cards(Job) and not one fault
Number one failed cards are Sandisk.oO
Samsung cards may burst into flames X)
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If you think people posting accurate reports of their problems with a product are trolls, I suggest you look up the definition.
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thebigpash
yeah there cards are pretty poor, you can get Samsung EVO for 12.99 on Amazon and they are far better and more reliable. I build raspberry pi's for people so I speak from experience. not voting cold as it is pretty cheap but it really is getting what you pay for
This. Samsung or Sandisk are the brands to go for as they're the most reliable and trustworthy.

Never had an issue with my two 64GB Sandisk cards. :)
#14
I have bought 2 Lexar cards previously and both failed within a month, I would stick with Kingston or Samsung.

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