Sandisk 4GB Extreme SD Card (SDHC) 30MB/s - Class 10 : World's fastest SDHC Now 42% off @ My Memory - HotUKDeals
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30 megabytes per second (MB/s)** read and write speeds combines industry-leading performance with mass storage capacity, helping digital photography enthusiasts utilize the advanced features of todays DSLR cameras.

Lightning-Fast Write Speed Captures Images Quickly
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#1
lol who voted cold, class10 card for £21 is cheap.
#2
sounds good to me voted hot
#3
Not voted - but pop the price in the title maybe to save people clicking through to find out. 42% off means nothing when there is no full price to take it off.
#5
Searcher2
Not voted - but pop the price in the title maybe to save people clicking through to find out. 42% off means nothing when there is no full price to take it off.


Go to deal to find out full price
#6
Only £19.94 if you use the voucher code
#9
newKlear;8036106
Go to deal to find out full price


Voted cold now as you seem to fail to grasp the constructive comment to put the price in the title so as to save people going through links to find out the price - and then deciding it isn't that good.
#10
newKlear
Go to deal to find out full price


How unhelpful an you be?

COLD COLD COLD on price though.
[Moderator]#11
Voted cold, becuase its cheaper elsewhere.
#12
Confusingly, there seem to be two versions of the Sandisk extreme III card. The 'older' one is a class 6 card with 20MB transfer speed and looks different to the 30MB version, which is clearly marked as 30MB/s on the card itself. The one for £16.99 from Play looks like the older 20MB version and is also obtainable from Picstop for £12.99 delivered. Amazon have both: £14.81 for the older, slower one (Class 6 is still very quick, though) and £19.97 delivered for the class 10 version.

Pay your money and take your pick.....a different designation from Sandisk would have been helpful though.

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