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128gb micro sd Toshiba exceria - £24.99 @ MyMemory

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TOSHIBA 128GB EXCERIA MICRO SDXC 4K CARD WITH ADAPTER UHS-I U3 - 90MB/S posted not long time ago from amazon but in here few quid cheaper. hot for me as the fastest card available for decent price,
bartosi Avatar3d, 9h agoFound 3 days, 9 hours ago71 Comments
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Is this compatible to Sony z3
lfc3798
its a bit risky to save this much stuff on a micro SD , its too small

recommend them Samsung evo ones , their a safer bet


​I replaced my Samsung evo+ 128gb card with this Toshiba and it outperforms it nicely. Plus as someone else mentioned they are made in Japan. You can't really do better than Japanese build quality.


​The sandisk is a slower card rated at uhs 1, this is a uhs3 card.
Excellent price. I paid a tiny bit more last week from amazon. Card performs at stated specs. 90mb/s read 31mb/s write (all cards can vary a little so you may get a bit more)
Received mine today. It seems the parcel is sent from Switzerland.

Micro SD card itself is made in Japan, so pretty pleased.
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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S45 USB 3.0 Flash Drive 150MB/s for £21.99 @ Mymemory

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Hey guys. The stick got somewhat cheaper, it's now at £21.99 including delivery. Next price (except Mymemory): £31.02 Type: without protection cap, eyelet • Interface: USB 3.0 (USB 3.1 Gen 1) • Con…
Pokemon_Nr_0815 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago7 Comments
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I'm looking for a new low profile USB drive. The Sandisk Ultra fit I have overheats and I'm scared it'll damage my laptop. Is this Lexar one better?
TBH I've not used mine enough to comment. However I had heard scare stories about other low profile USB devices getting very hot. The reason I picked the Lexar was due to the reviews saying it didn't suffer from this problem.

I've got 2 Ultra Fits. The first one from Amazon did get hot, but not enough to worry about. The second one brought via Flubit (they sourced it from a dodgy newsagents seller without telling me!) gets so hot the entire left side of laptop produces a huge amount of heat when it's plugged in.

Not buying another Ultra Fit again, and definitely never using Flubit again to do so as you have no control over where they source it from.

Edited By: Picard123 on Jun 14, 2016 08:55
montblanc
Is 150MB/s fast?

Doesn't mean anything anyway as its just a theoretical maximum, not a real world speed.
Is 150MB/s fast?

http://i.giphy.com/10BOtXNqT3Kqju.gif
Toybhoy
I'm looking for a new low profile USB drive. The Sandisk Ultra fit I have overheats and I'm scared it'll damage my laptop. Is this Lexar one better?
TBH I've not used mine enough to comment. However I had heard scare stories about other low profile USB devices getting very hot. The reason I picked the Lexar was due to the reviews saying it didn't suffer from this problem.
I'm looking for a new low profile USB drive. The Sandisk Ultra fit I have overheats and I'm scared it'll damage my laptop. Is this Lexar one better?
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Samsung Evo 128GB microSDXC UHS-I U1 Class 10 with Adapter (48 MB/s) for £22.49 (using code) @ Mymemory.co.uk

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Hey guys. You get the Samsung 128GB microSDXC for £22.49 @ Mymemory. Use the code "SUMM10". Next price: around £32.99 Class: UHS-I, Class 10 • Read: 48MB/s • Write: [at least] 10MB/s • Special feat…
Pokemon_Nr_0815 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago54 Comments
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too slow for my phone
Got this card in my s7 now (ordered when I saw this post so thank you to the op). I thought I would try and record a 4min video in 4K and it recorded to the card with no issues at all :)
Iron_Man
How do you know if a memory card is fake? I've ordered one and I'm keen to find out how I can check of its fake or genuine. All help appreciated. Many thanks.


​https://sosfakeflash.wordpress.com/h2testw/

been using it for years, ran it yesterday and it's all good :)
took about 3 hours to run since it's checks every sector on the card, read and write 40mb read and 20mb write
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in$anity
I've ordered from these guys in the past and had a fake memory card. Refuse to purchase anything from them again.

The one I ordered from them (not this one, the replacement for this) was fine.

There are people in Amazon comments who claim to have had these fake from Amazon. Not market, themselves. So what can you do? Just have to take a chance, buy it, and sent it back if it is.

reindeer
I assume this is OK for a phone? - want some decent music storage.

Heat either way.

Better than Lexar and Sandisk in my experience*. Not tried other brands.


*to be fair, my experience of the other brands is a few years old. I can't in all honest say their current cards are not good. But I *can* state that this Samsung card is good because I have 4. :D




How can you check if a card is fake or not?
How do you know if a memory card is fake? I've ordered one and I'm keen to find out how I can check of its fake or genuine. All help appreciated. Many thanks.
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Integral 120GB P Series 4 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive £23.99 @ mymemory

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Seems a good price with free delivery.. Read speed 565MB/s Write speed 420MB/s Details The Performance Series SSD has a great combination of fast data read/write and reliability, along with low pow…
keenan316 Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago72 Comments
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wrong, the bigger sizes are more popular and much better value. I would expect the smaller to be cheaper proportionally
No manufacturer is going to price a 120GB for less than half the price of their 240GB because that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever, you need to re-evaluate your expectations. A 240GB drive isn't better value to somebody who is only going to use 80-90GB of it, which applies to a huge percentage of users.


Edited By: Ashe on Jun 19, 2016 16:55
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would expect to pay no more than £15-18 if the 240gb can be found for less than £40 from time to time which make a lot more sense for now days usage. At £15 the very most this would be the ideal for me to test MB's
A 240GB drive is not more than twice as useful as a 120GB, considering most non-techy people won't need it. A 120GB will not be priced at less than half the price of a 240GB drive.
wrong, the bigger sizes are more popular and much better value. I would expect the smaller to be cheaper proportionally


Edited By: miaomiaobaubau on Jun 19, 2016 16:43
miaomiaobaubau
would expect to pay no more than £15-18 if the 240gb can be found for less than £40 from time to time which make a lot more sense for now days usage. At £15 the very most this would be the ideal for me to test MB's
A 240GB drive is not more than twice as useful as a 120GB, considering most non-techy people won't need it. A 120GB will not be priced at less than half the price of a 240GB drive.
would expect to pay no more than £15-18 if the 240gb can be found for less than £40 from time to time which make a lot more sense for now days usage. At £15 the very most this would be the ideal for me to test MB's

Edited By: miaomiaobaubau on Jun 18, 2016 08:09
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If you are going to change out the hard drive of a netbook and put in an SSD drive then an Acer netbook is far less involved as you can open a panel underneath the netbook to remove the drive. An ASUS netbook is not so easy as you have to remove the keyboard and the touchpad panel, then remove ribbons to finally get at the hard drive. You will probably also find that an older netbook is SATA 2 rather than SATA 3. A SATA 3 drive will fit a SATA 2 netbook but you wont get SATA 3 transfer speeds. Whilst SATA 2 speeds are faster than a mechanical drive, Netbooks are still slowed down by the Atom processor most are fitted with. You get faster boot up, shut down and app opening with SSD.
​Yep, I put a SanDisk Ultra in my old netbook (SATA2) which used to sit with the HDD bottlenecking at 100%. The SSD speeds it up a bit, but now it sits there with the CPU (mine is a single core AMD) at 100% instead as it's now the slowest component, even with 2GB RAM.
Don't get me wrong, it has transformed the netbook and made it usable again, but not as much as I'd hoped.

What are you doing with it to be running that much CPU constantly?

Surely you're either using the wrong machine for your requirements or theres stuff running that shouldnt be?


​That's during boot up, it's only a single core 1.2Ghz
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3 PAYG 4G Trio Data SIM Pack Preloaded with 12GB of Data, 3-in-1 SIM Cards, £24.99 Delivered, £5/17% cheaper than the RRP of £29.99, at MyMemory

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3 PAYG 4G Trio Data SIM Pack Preloaded with 12GB of Data, 3 SIM Cards, £24.99 Delivered, £5/17% cheaper than the RRP of £29.99, at MyMemory. And In Stock too. And possible 5% off anything at MyMemor…
amour3k Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago34 Comments
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veedubjai
Code MM5FB not working.

Thanx.

My Posting is still cheaper than the current going market rate regardless! (even after x-weeks of this thread?).

So it's all good I guess .....
Code MM5FB not working.
This data lasts 12 months according to the website. Therefore not the usual 30 days. If that is the case, this is 1 GB of data per month (in effect) for about £2 p/m.

For that I'm giving this a go for my Ipad Mini as a backup in case there is no Wifi where I travel about too.

A 'Basket' link that only you could have ever seen yeh?, hehe.

Goes to a dead link for me ...
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Corsair Flash Voyager 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Read 190MB/s, Write 60MB/s £22.49 mymemory

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USBM10 code for 10% off Good deal for this fast shock and water resistant 128gb stick Reliability is essential. Corsair's proprietary all-rubber housing is extremely durable, for worry-free transpor…
pavel76 Avatar3w, 7h agoFound 3 weeks, 7 hours ago29 Comments
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M0nk3h
Standard question: does this get hot when in use?
Any flash drive is going to eventually get hot when in use.

Some get warm, some get hot. And some get very hot. Which is this one?
If you're not bothered about size and have an old Laptop HDD lying around, consider an Inateck USB 3.0 housing (they're tool-less design these days) . For about £12. It will be a lot faster and you can have a lot more space. You can also put your SSDs in there someday.
My Sanddisk extreme started falling apart, so went down this route.

Edited By: Gold Feet on Jun 05, 2016 15:37
zimart
Are USB sticks good for backups or would something more robust be better to use?
1 cloud
2 tape (though unrealistic)
3 dvd/cd
4 nas
5 usb drive
6 usb hdd
But you should really have two backups so 2 sub sticks stored in different locations would work well (and stored in 2 different locations (preferably geographical but garage and opposite end of e house would work)


flash disk are not a good long term storage, and with the "improvement" of manufacturing process they will get worse and worse (unless they change the principles of how they operate, some new breakthrough technology).

In practice current flash drives should hold the data, but rather in the time-frame of a few years (I don't think this was well examined, as the flash storage started being in more heavily used in the last 15 years or so and as I said the new versions have shorter life than some of their predecessors; I'm especially suspicious about all TLC based memory) whereas other mentioned media could probably out-live them (if not physically damaged of course; they are also battle-tested).

Bear in mind that increase in storage temperature can significantly shorten the data-life of flash based storage media (but this actually is true probably for all of the data storage ways)



Edited By: loleslaw on Jun 04, 2016 22:39
I've had 2 of these drives and both failed on me, 1 fell apart the USB end just snapped off. I would avoid at all cost

Had a couple of these in the past. Smaller capacity but identical design. Both corrupted and useless within a couple of weeks. Probably got shipped out to some unsuspecting punter as 'refurbished'. The rubber housing loosens up fairly quickly, too.
Best you can get, heat added
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Samsung 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive FIt - 130MB/s £22.49 mymemory with code

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USBM10 code for 10% off Best price around for this excellent 128gb flash drive...
pavel76 Avatar3w, 15h agoFound 3 weeks, 15 hours ago45 Comments
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That's not fast it's normal (_;)
Try the tool I used. I think crystaldisk may be optimised for proper disks and not USB.
Worth a go.....
ZaGaZ
http://usbflashspeed.com/144241 = USB3 slothttp://usbflashspeed.com/144242 = USB2 slot
mine runs cool and only gets luke warm when in use...
try this tool?
How is yours soo fast?
http://i.imgur.com/DjAoPP9.jpg?1
http://usbflashspeed.com/144241 = USB3 slot
http://usbflashspeed.com/144242 = USB2 slot
mine runs cool and only gets luke warm when in use...
try this tool?
mine should arrive today or tomorrow... I will test in both when it does :{
that looks slow for usb2.... ?
I thought so too, maybe someone else will do a benchmark to compare.
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Bt Arcnet Powerline Adapter Twin Pack with Passthrough - 200Mbps £15.99 or 2 packs £30 @ MyMemory

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This Pair of BT Arcnet Networks Powerline uses the Intellon INT6400 chipset to bring 200Mbps Networking to your home. Easy and quick to Install. They are universal so will work with all network provid…
gordonjwilson Avatar3w, 18h agoFound 3 weeks, 18 hours ago11 Comments
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The 200Mbps is TOTAL throughput... as in, there and back. It's the accepted norm for these devices. Doesn't make it right though :(
Yeah, it's an accepted lie for these devices, just like disk drive manufacturers redefining the megabyte and causing confusion ever since. It's as logical as if your ISP added together the download and upload speed and claimed that as the figure you'd get.
The 200Mbps is TOTAL throughput... as in, there and back. It's the accepted norm for these devices. Doesn't make it right though :(
"This Pair of BT Arcnet Networks Powerline uses the Intellon INT6400 chipset to bring 200Mbps Networking to your home."
...which is of course a lie, because "One 10/100 Ethernet connector"
I wouldn't go so far as to accuse anyone of falsifying information but the specs appear rather imbalanced.
A 10/100 interface is capable of maximum 100Mbits/sec - that is how it works. So it's a lie, pure and simple.

I know. A 10/100 interface allows for a maximum of 100 Mbits/s but that is not a lie.

Edited By: ElliottC on Jun 05, 2016 12:57: .
"This Pair of BT Arcnet Networks Powerline uses the Intellon INT6400 chipset to bring 200Mbps Networking to your home."
...which is of course a lie, because "One 10/100 Ethernet connector"
I wouldn't go so far as to accuse anyone of falsifying information but the specs appear rather imbalanced.
A 10/100 interface is capable of maximum 100Mbits/sec - that is how it works. So it's a lie, pure and simple.
"This Pair of BT Arcnet Networks Powerline uses the Intellon INT6400 chipset to bring 200Mbps Networking to your home."
...which is of course a lie, because "One 10/100 Ethernet connector"

I wouldn't go so far as to accuse anyone of falsifying information but the specs appear rather imbalanced.

Edited By: ElliottC on Jun 05, 2016 10:43: .
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5 x SanDisk 16GB Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Drive (Delivered) - £18.99 @ MyMemory

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Seems a good deal for 5 x SanDisk 16GB Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Flash Drives. Price is £19.99 but code "MM5FB" gets it down to £18.99, select Free Standard Delivery on checkout. Same price for 5 on Amazo…
jlwood92 Avatar3w, 21h agoFound 3 weeks, 21 hours ago9 Comments
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Good speeds but get far too hot for me. The smaller Ultra Fit for similar price and speed is better or just pony up a little more and get the Extreme.
Decent. Five drives, can use Linux/OS X to make a nice little striped RAID array.
No benefits from buying from Amazon, as not prime eligible and you can't use the discount code.
Indeed. I thought it was obvious so didn't mention that in my post. :)

I was just pointing out they didn't cost ~£30 on Amazon.

Edited By: aceuk on Jun 04, 2016 10:16
Very hot deal
Just a warning to anyone who wants to buy these, speeds are really good, but dont even think about transferring more than 5gb at a time, these overheat like crazy, I burnt my finger lol
Write speeds?
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Samsung 128GB Evo Micro SDXC UHS-I U1 Class 10 with Adapter - 48 MB/s - Mymemory.co.uk £23.74

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Taking snapshots and videos of life's cherished memories is the best way to relive these memorable moments time and again. That's why it is so important to ensure every shot you take is captured and k…
ak__thug Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago46 Comments
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Comes down to £33.24 with the code, have i missed this?
Yes, the price has gone up. Marked as expired.
Comes down to £33.24 with the code, have i missed this?

Edited By: billy653 on Jun 04, 2016 01:42
Ordered and heat added, thanks very much OP. Had the 64GB version of this in my DSLR for the last year and it's been flawless so hoping for the same with this...
not bad
I've just bought an Acer Aspire one cloudbook 14. ( 32GB HD )
If I plug one of these in, can I install programmes that would take my total over the 32GB?
I thought the 1TB cloud, meant I could load progs on the cloud but apparently not. :(


Edited By: Pluun on Jun 02, 2016 20:18: :-p
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Kingston MobileLite Wireless Memory Card Reader, for £14.99 from £22.99, or use 5% Code: MM5FB for potential £14.24 , at MyMemory

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Kingston MobileLite Wireless Memory Card Reader, for £14.99 from £22.99, or use 5% Code: MM5FB for potential £14.24 , at MyMemory. I bought one of these last year during the Black Friday longgg Weeke…
amour3k Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago20 Comments
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My DD uses this with her Ipad air.
No issues once network found. However, she wasn't allowed to use on recent flight!

Interesting, I'm assuming it being a 'Wireless-enabled' Device, was where the denial of the use of this Product kind of makes sense I guess?.

People have been both arrested &/or escorted off of Planes and jailed off the strength of accusations of less than this?, so .....

Be careful with trying to emulate similar in future, etc?. :-)
My DD uses this with her Ipad air.
No issues once network found. However, she wasn't allowed to use on recent flight!
I've had this device for a couple of years... I use it with an app called 'Filebrowser' on IOS (apple devices) and Infuse (to watch videos -it sees the device directly) - the Mobilelite app is ok (good for backing up photos), but only reads certain file formats, whereas Filebrowser sees all file formats and Infuse all video formats... WIFI works great upto 3 devices streaming in a 10 square metre area. Built in battery is handy when on the move to top up the mobile phone at least once (steams for about 3 to 4 hours off full charge). Wouldn't hesitate at this price... :)


Edited By: twiggyuk on May 31, 2016 15:01
I'm literally never going to use this, but I'm still hovering over the "buy" button...!
Is there any way to use this without having to install the app?
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Kingston 32GB Data Traveler MicroDuo USB 3.0 Micro OTG Micro USB Flash Drive £8.99 @ MyMemory + 4.4% TCB

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Previously on here for £9.99 over a year ago. Can be plugged into USB or MicroUSB ports for use on tablets and smartphones (without the need of my previous deal .... ) £14.99 @ Amazon
arcangel111 Avatar4w, 20h agoFound 4 weeks, 20 hours ago3 Comments
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Yep i've bort stuff from Mymemory. Their prices are very competitives and the goods work. They are on my all time lists on who to go to.
£7.82 at kikatek
£7.99 at 7dayshop
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Mymemory 128Gb, red usb 3 flash drive, £16.99 or 2 for £30

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A really good flash drive 128Gb USB 3 red from mymemory I own several of these, reliable and robust and pretty fast. £16.99 each which is pretty good but if you order 2 then it's £30 so effectively £1…
ifitsfreeitsmine Avatar4w, 20h agoFound 4 weeks, 20 hours ago10 Comments
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Bought one of these in March and very disappointed with the speed. Carried out some basic tests yesterday by copying a 2Gb file. I got a consistent 25MB/s read and 7MB/s write - same result whether attached to a USB 3 or USB 2 port.

I tested 3 other flash drives that I have and they were all slightly faster (even though they're all USB 2).

As a comparison I also tried a couple of my USB 3 hard drives and they were much faster.

There are mixed reviews for this particular flash drive on MyMemory and Amazon. Some saying it's fast and others getting similar results to mine. But I certainly won't be buying another MyMemory branded drive again.

Edited By: weirdo on Jun 05, 2016 11:48
Does anybody know the read/write stats for these and if they get hot in use?
Mine doesn't get hot all all. Took about 5 days to arrive. From Switzerland I think.

OK thanks. Have you tried running h2testw on it?
Does anybody know the read/write stats for these and if they get hot in use?
Mine doesn't get hot all all. Took about 5 days to arrive. From Switzerland I think.
Does anybody know the read/write stats for these and if they get hot in use?
Ordered one a month ago, still hasn't arrived. Do they send them from china? I emailed them but they haven't replied. Hmmmmm.
Hard to believe this... never had any single issue with mymemory.
Don't forget about 5% discount code - for anybody buying 1 stick
So I would come in here lying, for what purpose? I don't understand people like you, armchair detectives. I just put my experience in, because it is relevant, the company is brilliant and the product is amazing I'm sure. Have some courtsey for other people's opinion. Blimey.

I believe they are delivered from abroad so are at the mercy of the international mail service...
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MyMemory USB OTG Adapter £4.99 delivered + 4.4% TCB

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Have seen similar on other websites but they all had wires and were pretty much shoddily made! this one looks a lot better i.e.; having no wires to snap off... The USB OTG Adapter features a micro US…
arcangel111 Avatar4w, 20h agoFound 4 weeks, 20 hours ago2 Comments
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Got one of these. Nice and compact, but I'm sure it cost less than this. Doesn't work with my phone either, so as mentioned, check yours supports
Check your phone ect supports OTG
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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S45 USB 3.0 Flash Drive 150MB/s - £20 each if buy 2. mymemory £22.99

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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S45 USB 3.0 Flash Drive 150MB/s • Securely protects files using Encrypt Stick Lite software, an advanced security solution with 256-bit AES encryption • Reliably stores and tra…
matty_hunt Avatar1m, 10h agoFound 1 month, 10 hours ago19 Comments
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Looks a good find. Interested to know how hot it gets in use.
Even the single seems a very good price, but the price for two is excellent. I hear a lot of stories about fake memory sticks. I've never used MyMemory, are they reputable? I see they are based in Jersey, has anybody any experience of actual delivery times?
Thanks
They are the first and occasionally the only site I check for memory cards and sticks. I don't buy off them all that often, but they've been excellent each time I do.
Thanks. I took a chance and ordered. I've had the confirmation of dispatch so fingers crossed! Only realised afterwards that I could have gone through Quidco for a bonus 3%. Never mind, hopefully there will be a next time.
Even the single seems a very good price, but the price for two is excellent. I hear a lot of stories about fake memory sticks. I've never used MyMemory, are they reputable? I see they are based in Jersey, has anybody any experience of actual delivery times?
Thanks
They are the first and occasionally the only site I check for memory cards and sticks. I don't buy off them all that often, but they've been excellent each time I do.
Even the single seems a very good price, but the price for two is excellent. I hear a lot of stories about fake memory sticks. I've never used MyMemory, are they reputable? I see they are based in Jersey, has anybody any experience of actual delivery times?

Thanks
Leftfield_2k2
Does anyone know if these overheat? Could you just leave it plugged into a laptop all the time?

Can't comment on this one but the Samsung one is only £1 more and is sold by Amazon so not only will it arrive significantly faster it will also have the guarantee of using top quality Samsung memory. The only other slight negative is it's slightly slower, but I have one of these and can confirm they run very cool (as in heat wise)
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-128GB-MicroFit-Flash-Drive/dp/B016ZSZUAU?ie=UTF8&ascsubtag=Z_7go3aGZJDRG5c-Om7WVA&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=idealocouk-21


​Lexar are quite well regarded in this kind of memory. When it comes to professional photography and similar areas they already make the highest performing readers and cards. even if some of their pro lines area bit pricey.
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Clever Dog Smart Camera WiFi Monitor - Blue £17.99 mymemory £17.09

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The Clever Dog is an easy to use Smart Camera that allows you to remotely monitor your business, office, home as well as allowing you to connect with your family and friends using the built in microph…
nw104hh Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago62 Comments
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Update, managed to resolve it. Messed around with my router for ages, but I think the resolution was using a different phone (HTC One (M7)) instead of my Google Nexus 6P.
Question though, does anyone else's camera make a "shhhhh" sound, a bit like white noise or water running in pipes.....
Not impressed with the night mode LED's. Do they switch off in the daytime or will it never be able to "see" through windows because of the reflection?

There is some noise, but you can still hear people talking, as for the reflection through window, during the day it's ok, but during the night when night mode kicks off it's impossible to see through...
Update, managed to resolve it. Messed around with my router for ages, but I think the resolution was using a different phone (HTC One (M7)) instead of my Google Nexus 6P.

Question though, does anyone else's camera make a "shhhhh" sound, a bit like white noise or water running in pipes.....

Not impressed with the night mode LED's. Do they switch off in the daytime or will it never be able to "see" through windows because of the reflection?
Hi folks, having problems connecting the camera to the network.

When I go to the Wifi option in settings, it brings up the networks so I select the relevent network and enter the password and it says "Sending" and then "Verify VM-guest-XXXXXX WiFi Connection"

Then it just returns to the page with the various wifi connections on but doesn't show anything to indicate it is connected to the one I selected.

Anyone got any ideas?

BTW this is a VM Hub router i'm using.
Err, how could it be "clever" to take this camera dogging?

You'd probably end up with a broken nose! (and not in a pleasurable way, lol) ;)
just use a old phone that's got a camera and download AT HOME CAMERA from playstore its free
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Lexar M20 64GB USB 3.0 Dual (USB + microUSB / OTG) for £13.46 incl. delivery @ MyMemory

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Hey guys. You get 10% off for every Lexar product in the MyMemory store using the code "LEXR10". The Lexar M20 with 64GB seems pretty good for £13.46. Should be the best price until now. Next pric…
Pokemon_Nr_0815 Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago2 Comments
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..And gals
reviews on Amazon: --> click here

price history:
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Edited By: Pokemon_Nr_0815 on May 21, 2016 13:31
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Corsair Flash Voyager Slider X1 with 128GB (USB 3.0, up to 130MB/s) for £21.84 incl. delivery @ MyMemory

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Hey guys. You get the Corsair Flash Voyager Slider X1 with 128GB for £21.84 @ MyMemory. Use the code " MM5FB". Next price: £27.24 Memory Size 128GB Memory Type Flash Interface(s) USB 3.0 (1 x USB 3…
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Im hopping this is a one off as i ordered a 64gb integrel ultima pro micro sd card on the 4th and it still has not arrived yet,the only saving grace is that they replied within 48hr.Not a very good first impression on my first purchase from them.http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z131/darksaber35/email_zpswjur7ytu.jpg

The delivery times can be long I've had orders take 1-2 weeks. They seem to come from Switzerland / Germany. One order took over 2 weeks.

Order lots from them, prices are very keen, customer service good, all original kit not fakes. They seem to offer a good brands for keen prices. Delivery can be slow though,,,
Looks a bit of a fatty, doubt it would fit in the back of my telly looking at the dimensions . Shame
price development:https://abload.de/img/dilberttkqvz.jpg
What software/site do you use to track the prices of items on MyMemory?
Thanks
This is geizhals.co.uk.
price development:https://abload.de/img/dilberttkqvz.jpg
What software/site do you use to track the prices of items on MyMemory?

Thanks
Im hopping this is a one off as i ordered a 64gb integrel ultima pro micro sd card on the 4th and it still has not arrived yet,the only saving grace is that they replied within 48hr.Not a very good first impression on my first purchase from them.

http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z131/darksaber35/email_zpswjur7ytu.jpg

Edited By: DARKSABER on May 19, 2016 16:33
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INTEGRAL 128GB MICRO SDXC CARD UHS-I U1 - 80MB/S £23.99 at mymemory

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128GB integral micro SDXC card from mymemory.co.uk for £23.99 with free delivery. Don't forget Quidco / Topcashback Manufacturer blurb below. Plenty of positive reviews on the website. Up to 80MB/s
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Ordered, Thanks.
Leftfield_2k2
freebies_please
You guys should consider buying the higher spec card, Integral Ultima 128GB micro SDXC one.http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDXC/Integral/Integral-128GB-UltimaPro-MicroSDXC-Card-80MB_s-with-Adapter-Class-10---UHS-I-U1
Same price as the OP posted one @ £23.99 and with 5% discount, it will be the same price at £22.79.
I have received my 128GB Ultima Pro micro SDXC card, I’ll be testing it.
When done, I'll update the thread.
Let us know of your test results please fella, interested in getting one of these if the figures pan out.
Cheers :-)


No worries, I have completed my testing on Integral 128GB UltimaPro micro SDXC card.

H2testw v1.4 Test

Writing:
119795 MByte
1:31:50 h
21.7 MByte/s

Verifying:
119795 MByte
26:19 min
75.8 Mbyte/s

Warning: Only 119795 of 119796 MByte tested.
Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 21.7 MByte/s
Reading speed: 75.8 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4

H2testw created the following files on the SD card.

117 files @ 1GB (1.073.741.824 bytes)
1 file @ 0.98GB (1.060.110.336 bytes)


Real World Test, using software called FastCopy v3.13.

Test 1.

1400 JPEG files
Each JPEG: 5.86MB (6.003KB or 6.146.275 bytes)
Total JPEG File Size: 8.01GB (8.604.785.000 bytes)

Write to SD Card:
TotalRead = 8,206 MB
TotalWrite = 8,206 MB
TotalFiles = 1,400 (1)
TotalTime = 07:07
TransRate = 19.2 MB/s
FileRate = 3.27 files/s

Read From SD Card:
TotalRead = 8,206 MB
TotalWrite = 8,206 MB
TotalFiles = 1,400 (1)
TotalTime = 01:42
TransRate = 80.0 MB/s
FileRate = 13.7 files/s


Test 2.

98 Zip files
Each Zip File Size: 104MB (110.013.448 bytes)
Total Zip File Size: 10GB (10.781.317.904 bytes)

Write to SD Card:
TotalRead = 10,281 MB
TotalWrite = 10,281 MB
TotalFiles = 98 (1)
TotalTime = 07:55
TransRate = 21.6 MB/s
FileRate = 0.21 files/s

Read From SD Card:
TotalRead = 10,281 MB
TotalWrite = 10,281 MB
TotalFiles = 98 (1)
TotalTime = 02:05
TransRate = 81.9 MB/s
FileRate = 0.78 files/s
freebies_please
You guys should consider buying the higher spec card, Integral Ultima 128GB micro SDXC one.

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDXC/Integral/Integral-128GB-UltimaPro-MicroSDXC-Card-80MB_s-with-Adapter-Class-10---UHS-I-U1

Same price as the OP posted one @ £23.99 and with 5% discount, it will be the same price at £22.79.

I have received my 128GB Ultima Pro micro SDXC card, I’ll be testing it.

When done, I'll update the thread.


​I added a link to that card in my second comment. Judging by the listed specs the two cards are identical, only the packaging differs.

I chose this card for the deal because of the amount of reviews it had versus the other.
freebies_please
You guys should consider buying the higher spec card, Integral Ultima 128GB micro SDXC one.http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDXC/Integral/Integral-128GB-UltimaPro-MicroSDXC-Card-80MB_s-with-Adapter-Class-10---UHS-I-U1
Same price as the OP posted one @ £23.99 and with 5% discount, it will be the same price at £22.79.
I have received my 128GB Ultima Pro micro SDXC card, I’ll be testing it.
When done, I'll update the thread.

Let us know of your test results please fella, interested in getting one of these if the figures pan out.

Cheers :-)
Will this work on a DJI Phantom?
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Bluetooth Multipoint Handsfree Car Kit - £5.99 inc delivery at MyMemory

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I've bought a couple of these in the past, they're usually around the £10-15 mark. Never seen on at £5.99 before! Just picked one of these up for a mate. Great little units - good sound, no echo AND t…
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Wow this thing is terrible. Hands free? My phone on loudspeaker works better than this. SO quiet. they can't hear me either.

£6 is a waste.
Did anybody get one and if so was the product any good? I'm sure they have similar ones at gearbest etc for not to much more ($12 when on offer)
Has the poster stated. People who have 2 phones. You can't sync two phones at the same time in your car.
Ordered last night but got a PayPal refund today....
OOS :(