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SanDisk 16GB SD Card (SDHC) - Class 4 £14.99 delivered @ MyMemory

£14.99 @ MyMemory
Under £16 for the first time, delivered for a Sandisk Class 4 16GB SD card. DOWN TO JUST £14.99 NOW - THANKS TO OZZIE FOR MENTIONING IN ANOTHER POST. Sandisk are one of the best makes you ca… Read More
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Under £16 for the first time, delivered for a Sandisk Class 4 16GB SD card.

DOWN TO JUST £14.99 NOW - THANKS TO OZZIE FOR MENTIONING IN ANOTHER POST.

Sandisk are one of the best makes you can get and regularly out-perform other manufacturer's cards that are supposedly higher speed (at 15MB/sec write speed and 18MB/sec read speed this is probably faster than the Transcend Class 10 card).

5 year warranty. Excellent value at this price.

Details
Features:
- High storage capacity for storing essential digital content such as high quality photos, videos, music and more
- Optimal speed and performance for SDHC compatible devices
- Speed performance rating: Class 4 (based on SD 2.00 Specification)
- High Quality SDHC card backed by 5 year limited warranty
- Built to last, with an operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a ten-foot drop **
- Easily transfer files between your digital devices and computer

**Based on SanDisk internal testing

Not all devices support SDHC cards. Please contact your device manufacturer for details. To ensure compatibility, look for the SDHC Logo on the product or packaging of your new camera or digital camcorder.
Warranty
5 Years
Tags
Class: Class 4
Write Speed: 15MB/s
Read Speed: 18MB/s
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#1
Guys, this really isn't a cold deal. This is a good quality card from a top-rated manufacturer at the best price it has ever been. Why cold?

I have got an 8GB Class 4 Sandisk SDHC card myself and using Atto Disk Benchmark, it writes large files at 14MB/sec and reads at 16MB/sec. This card is a truly excellent performer and I genuinely reckon it is a better card (and cheaper) than the Transcend 'class 10'.


Edited By: andyken on Oct 28, 2010 23:20: .
#2
Good price for a class 4 sandisk card of this size, thanks! :)
#3
Hot from me. Where's everybody finding it cheaper? Post it.
#4
Hot from me too!
#5
Heat added
#6
andyken
Guys, this really isn't a cold deal. This is a good quality card from a top-rated manufacturer at the best price it has ever been. Why cold?I have got an 8GB Class 4 Sandisk SDHC card myself and using Atto Disk Benchmark, it writes large files at 14MB/sec and reads at 16MB/sec. This card is a truly excellent performer and I genuinely reckon it is a better card (and cheaper) than the Transcend 'class 10'.

have to agree with this. I bought a transcend class 10 16gb card for my video camera and I was surprised to find i get better performance on my old sandisk cards.
#7
It looks to me like Transcend (amongst others) rate the speed of their cards very optimistically, whereas Sandisk rate their speeds very conservatively.

From Wikipedia:

'The Speed Class Rating is the official unit of speed measurement for SD Cards, defined by the SD Association. The Class number represents a multiple of 8 Mbit/s (1 MB/s), and it measures the minimum sustained write speeds for a card in a fragmented state [10].
The following are the ratings of some currently available cards: [11]
Class 0 - These cards do not specify performance, which includes all legacy cards prior to class specifications.
Class 2 - Minimum of 2 MB/s performance. Lowest speed for SDHC cards.
Class 4 - Minimum of 4 MB/s performance.
Class 6 - Minimum of 6 MB/s performance.
Class 10 - Minimum of 10 MB/s performance.'

It looks like Transcend rate their card as 'class 10', when they typically achieve a speed of around 8 to 10MB/sec, whereas Sansisk will rate their card as 'class 4', even though they typically achieve 15 to 16MB/sec.

If, both were available at exactly the same price, I know which I would choose. With the Sandisk being a pound or two cheaper, its a no-brainer, IMO.
#8
HOT. I read a Tom's hardware review a while back (before class 10 was out there) where some class 4 cards massively out-performed class 6 cards on write performance; I don't think you can go wrong with San Disk.
#9
Just what I needed for my new Samsung camera. Just ordered and via Quidco too.

Thanks for the heads up.

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