Philips Micro SDHC Card CLASS 10 - 32GB + Adapter £8.99 @ 7DayShop.com + 2% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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A classic Micro SDHC card ideal for OTG (on-the-go) storage, digital photography and video useage. Class 10 has fast become the standard in speed to handle the modern day requirements of just about anybody with a digital camera.

With a 5 Year warranty guarantees total satisfaction and piece of mind.

Price includes delivery

Reduction in price and still in stock @ 14/4/15

Don't forget your 2% Quidco.. should've been added earlier i suppose haha!
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s-l-ow m-e-m-o-r-y
#2
Is MyMemory still doing the integral 32gb class 10 cards for £7.99?
banned 2 Likes #3
3.15% Topcashback.co.uk
#4
cheaper than amazon too :)
1 Like #5
Hot thanks AA :D
1 Like #6
you're very welcome Maccy :)
#7
I bought 3 of these yesterday for the kids tablets, being class 10 I would hope they are a decent quality
#8
fairytooth
s-l-ow m-e-m-o-r-y
Does the "Class 10" designation not reflect that it is fast? It would be helpful to understand. I can't find any other info about this.

Do you know of a better deal?
1 Like #9
Just ordered, thanks a lot.
#10
kalico
fairytooth
s-l-ow m-e-m-o-r-y
Does the "Class 10" designation not reflect that it is fast? It would be helpful to understand. I can't find any other info about this.

Do you know of a better deal?

Taken from Wiki

Speed classes 2, 4, and 6 assert that the card supports the respective number of megabytes per second as a minimum sustained write speed for a card in a fragmented state. Class 10 asserts that the card supports 10 MB/s as a minimum non-fragmented sequential write speed and uses a High-speed bus mode. The host device can read a card's speed class and warn the user if the card reports a speed class that falls below an application's minimum need. By comparison, the older "×" rating measured maximum speed under ideal conditions, and was vague as to whether this was read speed or write speed.

only higher than class 10 is the "ultra high speed" UHS cards ..
#11
Thanks for that. Helpful. So this Philips card isn't really any slower than any other card. In any event, there are numerous other cards on the 7 Day Shop website, all within pence of each other, from other manufacturers like Verbatim and Transcend. Not sure which is the best of the brands, but they've all been around for a while.
2 Likes #12
Nope it's fine, they were just being a pen is.
2 Likes #13
it's a good brand, a very good speed and a pretty good price for what it is - i know that Aldi sell them for £12.99

the nay sayer was being a rounded door handle !
#14
Can u put these in a psp? as need 2? thanks
#15
From the same deal dated the first of December:

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bad head day
I read about this in the discussion about another deal and ordered one. It arrived today and I've just tested the read/write speed.
Write: 11.9MB/s
Read: 30.3MB/s

Using H2testw v1.4
1 Like #16
fairytooth
s-l-ow m-e-m-o-r-y
It's not slow at all! It's class 10. Very fast for tablets cameras etc. why do people comment when they have no idea!.
#17
What about this for a Microsoft Surface Pro 3?
128GB

CARDS - WHAT IS UHS-1 ?

"UHS-1" or more accurately "UHS-I" stands for "Ultra High Speed" - 1 and is a speed class for SDHC and SXDC memory cards.

UHS-I has a bus interface speed of up to 104 MB/s.

An SDHC UHS-I card will work in any SDHC compatible device at lower speeds, but to take advantage of the UHS-I speed, a UHS-I compatible device is essential.

An SDXC UHS-I card will work in any SDXC compatible device at lower speeds, but to take advantage of the UHS-I speed, a UHS-I compatible device is essential.

UHS-I compatible cards and devices are normally marked with the symbol ,"UHS-I" or "I"


Edited By: Psychic on Jan 03, 2015 09:51
#18
Psychic
fairytooth
s-l-ow m-e-m-o-r-y
It's not slow at all! It's class 10. Very fast for tablets cameras etc. why do people comment when they have no idea!.

Yeah, and I have a usb3 by philips which is '10 times faster than usb2' but strangely slower - in the real world. Why do people take everything at face value?

Edited By: fairytooth on Jan 03, 2015 10:25
#19
duction
Is MyMemory still doing the integral 32gb class 10 cards for £7.99?


it was posted on here as u ordered that deal myself but can't seem to fund the post anymore?
#20
fairytooth
Psychic
fairytooth
s-l-ow m-e-m-o-r-y
It's not slow at all! It's class 10. Very fast for tablets cameras etc. why do people comment when they have no idea!.

Yeah, and I have a usb3 by philips which is '10 times faster than usb2' but strangely slower - in the real world. Why do people take everything at face value?

You've bought a USB stick by Philips which is slow and therefore everything they manufacture is "slow"?

How jolly simplistic!
#21
fairytooth
Psychic
fairytooth
s-l-ow m-e-m-o-r-y
It's not slow at all! It's class 10. Very fast for tablets cameras etc. why do people comment when they have no idea!.

Yeah, and I have a usb3 by philips which is '10 times faster than usb2' but strangely slower - in the real world. Why do people take everything at face value?

USB3 and a micro sd card are two very different things indeed.

without spending a fortune on the UHS cards this is the best speed you can get !
#22
Good Deal but what a **** website, gave up on it after half hour
#23
please unexpire... still in stock and a price reduction to £9.54 inc delivery
1 Like #24
well tesco has 32gb Sandisk uhs1 Probably a better deal for £10 and uhs3 for £20

Edited By: BananaMannn on Jan 09, 2015 22:26
#25
Been waiting 2 weeks for mine to be delivered not gd..
#26
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fairytooth
s-l-ow m-e-m-o-r-y


you are uneducated .....
#27
Hot price!
#28
How does 5 Year warrant gives you piece of mind, when the card dies and you loose all your photo etc ?
#29
I received my card today and unfortunately it was faulty. Not recognised by several devices, it simply wouldn't register as being plugged in so its DOA.

Looking for an RMA now, not sure how long it'll take.

*sigh*
#30
I ordered mine when it was on the £9.99...maybe they'll give me a discount ;)
#31
Would this work with a wii u
#32
duction
Is MyMemory still doing the integral 32gb class 10 cards for £7.99?

Check on that site..oh what's it called...hmm ..something Hotdealsuk.com or something? You might find out..
#33
KuK
How does 5 Year warrant gives you piece of mind, when the card dies and you loose all your photo etc ?


You should maybe think abouy backing up your important stuff?
#34
(Hot by the way.)
#35
eM_De
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fairytooth
s-l-ow m-e-m-o-r-y
you are uneducated .....

How very true! And still no idea!. (_;)
#36
katstanton
Been waiting 2 weeks for mine to be delivered not gd..



They are sent direct from Rotterdam in Holland.oO
#37
Heat from me
#38
Class 10 is great! Goog deal have some heat
#39
Still in stock :)
#40
Not sure why you're all wazzing over this

64gb is like 17 squid

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