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SanDisk 8GB SD HC Card £9.99 @ Play.com

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8y, 1w agoFound 8 years, 1 week ago
Was 49.99

The SD and SDHC memory card is a highly secure stamp-sized flash memory card, which can be used in a variety of digital products: digital music players, cellular phones, handheld PCs, digital cameras, digital video camcorders, smart phones, car navigation systems and electronic books, that follows the SD 2.00 specifications.
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[mod]#1
Yup, Nine Tails, already bought this as the result of a previous post. Was hot then and still is now. But....it's a duplicate post.
[mod]#2
Nine Tails
Sorry, did do a quick search.

And you've discovered that HUKD's "search" facility is not the greatest.

Don't worry about it. And do ignore any "nasty/smug" comments that have or might come your way.

Still a good deal, shame someone beat you to it, that's all.
banned#3
would someone like to post the link to the other thread before i spam this one, as i cannot find the other either
1 Like #4
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/259752/sandisk-8gb-sd-hc-secure-digital-ca/

Although there is that rule that it is allowed to be posted after 1 month or something isn't there?
banned#5
that aint been posted in for over a month no wonder i couldnt find it, thanks emasu, and voted this hot
#6
And you can get Quidco from Play but not Amazon
banned#7
Being's I've just scrolled through the new list on deals, and come across this. I'm pleased it was posted, very rarley do I go looking via the search anyway.

Cheers, I'm about to order one, as my new camera arrived yesterday and this will be perfect.

Voted Hot !
[mod]#8
The previous thread was over a month old since last post, so this repost is fine. :thumbsup:
1 Like #9
I know it's not like for like but this card at 7dayshop.co.uk is 8GB also but is a superior class-6 card (Much faster)

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=104378
#10
Great Price - if only i had a HC device :)
#11
10 quid for 8 gig - dirt cheap!

Voted hot.

Thanks for the find.
#12
Will I be able to use this with my Wii?
#13
wish it wasnt class 2 :(
#14
tianuk3
wish it wasnt class 2 :(


check my post above for class 6 equivalent.
#15
AndreBoyle
I know it's not like for like but this card at 7dayshop.co.uk is 8GB also but is a superior class-6 card (Much faster)

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=104378


Above post is much better deal as it is class 6, I've bought this for £28 last year to use on my eeepc 701 and it's really fast and it still works, albeit in my digital camera now, but it's great that i can record up 2 hours of video on it and there is no slow down or stutter effect on the video :thumbsup: As for the Wii comment unfortunately the max you can put on the Wii seems to be 2GB!
#16
fireflower
Will I be able to use this with my Wii?


Wii's do not support HC yet I don't think. The highest you can go is 2GB.
#17
sassie
would someone like to post the link to the other thread before i spam this one, as i cannot find the other either


So I'm a spammer for trying to help people. Jeez.
#18
AndreBoyle
I know it's not like for like but this card at 7dayshop.co.uk is 8GB also but is a superior class-6 card (Much faster)

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=104378


I've always tended to buy Sandisk, can anyone explain the "class" system on these cards.
#19
Dunwa
I've always tended to buy Sandisk, can anyone explain the "class" system on these cards.


It's their transfer speed of data from device to the memory card.

Wikipedia:
SD Speed Class Ratings
SDHC cards have SD Speed Class Ratings defined by the SD Association. The SD Speed Class Ratings specify the following minimum write speeds based on "the best fragmented state where no memory unit is occupied":[19]

Class 2: 2 MB/s
Class 4: 4 MB/s
Class 6: 6 MB/s
SDHC cards will often also advertise a maximum speed (such as 133x or 150x) in addition to this minimum Speed Class Rating. See section Speeds above for a further explanation. One critical difference between the Speed Class and the maximum speed ratings is the ability of the host device to query the SD card for the speed class and determine the best location to store data that meets the performance required. "Maximum speed" ratings are quoted by the manufacturers but unverified by any independent evaluation process.
banned#20
Nine Tails
So I'm a spammer for trying to help people. Jeez.


Pressing the spam button auto removes a duplicate post, it doesnt mean your a spammer, i didnt hit spam as i couldnt find the duplicate post, and when i did it was over a month a go so no need for this to be spammed, hence why i added heat
#21
Thanks:thumbsup:

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