SanDisk 128GB Ultra Micro SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card 69.34 with voucher "basket5" @ gizzmoheaven - HotUKDeals
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SanDisk 128GB Ultra Micro SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card 69.34 with voucher "basket5" @ gizzmoheaven

£69.34 @ gizzmoheaven.com
72.99 down to 69.34 with "basket5" voucher, plus there's a chance of another 5% if Quidco tracks to get it down to £65.87. Can anyone point me to a cheaper site? Just to add, Quidco actually tracke…
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72.99 down to 69.34 with "basket5" voucher, plus there's a chance of another 5% if Quidco tracks to get it down to £65.87. Can anyone point me to a cheaper site?

Just to add, Quidco actually tracked at £5.90 bringing it down to £63.44 IF it's paid out.
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#1
Price is going down in the right direction.... come down to sub £40 and I will pick up a few extra
2 Likes #2
crazymonkey
Price is going down in the right direction....
Ehhhh...wat :p?
#3
What does one do with such a large card with such a large price tag?
#4
This is the right price at the right time...it'll come down to 40 quid eventually but if your current 64gb card is at bursting point like mine then this is a good deal. Remember also, that the card has only just been released...they're not going to give it away at this point !
#5
Andaho
What does one do with such a large card with such a large price tag?


Record 4K? Stash music? p***n?
#6
Andaho
What does one do with such a large card with such a large price tag?

It's best for people with high quality DSLR or video cameras. File sizes can be big and this card has fast read/write rates. I don't see why people are so fussy about getting the top classes for other uses. In most cases, you're not going to actively be writing data to it and when you read it usually won't require high speeds. Playing a HD video will usually be fine on a slower card.
3 Likes #7
Andaho
What does one do with such a large card with such a large price tag?

Fill it with 128GB of FLAC goodness before pairing it with an HTC M8 (Google Play Edition rom + Harmon Kardon 'conversion').

[ROM][4.4.3] 6/4/2014- Stock Google Play Edition KTU84L.H4 - 2.10.1700.4

Fully Working Harman / Kardon "conversion" for all HTC ONE M8 variants!

oO
4 Likes #8
You don't even need to have that big a music collection to blow 64GB up. Getting one of these allows me to take my entire music collection away on holiday. Getting three of these allows to take music and video away. This means it stops the children arguing about what to take which means I have peace and quiet.

All I can say is roll in 512GB, the sooner the better.
Rob
7 Likes #9
Sorry, but that only means there is something wrong with you family. Stop watching videos on your holiday. Enjoy time together!!!
#10
Andaho
What does one do with such a large card with such a large price tag?

You put *lots* of movies on it. I have about a 3 months supply of movies on mine - just because our train system is sooooo reliable!
1 Like #11
Is for people who aren't stupid enough to buy iphones and enjoy music in flac format and full hd video and 4k video recording something an iphone user wouldn't understand.Wish my phone would support 128gb but ill make do with my 96gb
2 Likes #12
westeight
Andaho
What does one do with such a large card with such a large price tag?

Fill it with 128GB of FLAC goodness before pairing it with an HTC M8 (Google Play Edition rom + Harmon Kardon 'conversion').

[ROM][4.4.3] 6/4/2014- Stock Google Play Edition KTU84L.H4 - 2.10.1700.4

Fully Working Harman / Kardon "conversion" for all HTC ONE M8 variants!

oO

Fill it with 192/24 HD Track goodness then play it on a Note 2/3 with Deadbeef via an OTG into a FiiO E18 into some custom IEMS. :{

Edited By: barbiegirl on Jul 06, 2014 09:58
6 Likes #13
I'm so rich I just buy them as spare plectrums for my guitar. I'm almost certain, the more it costs/the more GB's, the better the guitar sounds. You do get the odd one that doesn't sound right, but they can still be used to scrape bird poo off the car...
#14
When these drop to £50 it will be more reasonable.
6 Likes #15
rationen
Sorry, but that only means there is something wrong with you family. Stop watching videos on your holiday. Enjoy time together!!!

Which obviously cannot reasonably include film & popcorn time with the kids before bedtime, or some nice music while you are BBQ'ing and enjoying the weather ???
Get over yourself and stop judging people / circumstances that you know nothing about!!
#16
Excellent price! cant wait till these drop even further, then ill pick one up, but for now, HOT!
#17
I would have used it to store google play TV series, and google purchased magazines, but google tell you what you can do with your device and do not allow storage of purchased items on your micro sd card.
I've put my whole iTunes library on my note 3 (88Gb of 256k-320k bit rate), so I can choose what to listen to/when. It even leaves 30Gb+ for photos / 4K videos.
It was over £120 two months ago, I paid over £80, so this is a good deal.
#18
£70 was my buy point for this card. Should make an excellent addition to my Z2 tablet.

Thanks to OP ;-)
banned#19
crazymonkey
Price is going down in the right direction.... come down to sub £40 and I will pick up a few extra

If it wasn't then **** physics.
#20
rationen
Sorry, but that only means there is something wrong with you family. Stop watching videos on your holiday. Enjoy time together!!!

Have you not considered that he could have meant it'd be handy for travelling to their destination? Decent tunes/films on a long car/train journey can make it pass a lot quicker, especially if your family includes very young kids.
#21
Has anyone tried 128gb card with LG G Pad? LG say it only supports 64gb.
#22
I will be getting one soon for my Galaxy Tab S 8.4 tablet. But that's a good deal.
#23
need4speed2010
I will be getting one soon for my Galaxy Tab S 8.4 tablet. But that's a good deal.
me 3
#24
Anyone had theirs delivered yet?
#25
Andaho
What does one do with such a large card with such a large price tag?
As above - I found I too quickly filled up the 32gb I had in my last phone with music.
Sure, I don't HAVE to have that much, but it's nice to, say, have what's basically the contents of my 110 cd changer in my pocket.
#26
You'd be p****d off if you lost this... oO
Lost a few in my time, although they where 124gb smaller in capacity.
#27
I bought one for £53 from memory cow
#28
ik9111
I bought one for £53 from memory cow

I believe you. Thousands wouldn't, but I do. (_;)
banned#29
waitin for price to still go down :p
#30
ik9111
I bought one for £53 from memory cow

Do you have the link?
#31
price is dropping like a stone! Once they are below £50... I will have to get one. :p
#32
Fill it with 128GB of FLAC goodness before pairing it with an HTC M8 (Google Play Edition rom + Harmon Kardon 'conversion').

Is there a noticable improvement in sound quality with the HK?

Can i still use a 3rd party music app (Gone mad music player)?
#33
Mantis
Andaho
What does one do with such a large card with such a large price tag?

It's best for people with high quality DSLR or video cameras. File sizes can be big and this card has fast read/write rates. I don't see why people are so fussy about getting the top classes for other uses. In most cases, you're not going to actively be writing data to it and when you read it usually won't require high speeds. Playing a HD video will usually be fine on a slower card.

I bet this would be no good for something like a GoPro using [email protected] with protune on. Yes I'm specifying the worst case scenario but it's one in which you'd buy a card like this. I'm only saying this because I've bought 2 cards specifically for the GoPro and neither would work properly despite being "ultra fast" and such.
#34
Mantis
Andaho
What does one do with such a large card with such a large price tag?

It's best for people with high quality DSLR or video cameras.

Not quite sure what you mean by high quality DSLR, but if you mean pro. spec.DSLR, then a lot of them use CF cards rather than SD / micro SD
#35
great for raspberry pie

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