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SanDisk microSDHC 16GB
Seamless speed and performance with microSD/SDHC – compatible devices
Class 2 speed performance rating (based on SD 2.0 Specification)
Tested under the most extreme conditions
5-year limited warranty

£19.99 delivered from 7dayshop
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#1
£22 on MyMemory delivered (plus 4% Quidco).

But thanks for posting as I had put buying a 16GB microSD on the backburner until the prices fell and your post has reminded me.
#2
alasrati
£22 on MyMemory delivered (plus 4% Quidco).But thanks for posting as I had put buying a 16GB microSD on the backburner until the prices fell and your post has reminded me.
Do you have the link ? is it sandisk?
#3
Is the speed of this card ok for Apps2SD on Android? Will i notice a difference with higher class card?
#4
Yeah it's the same one from Sandisk, Class 2. You can get it in the Amazon listing with MyMemory as one of the sellers but if you go direct to MyMemory it is a bit cheaper and you get Quidco.

Here is the link.

PS I notice the £23.60 is for "Amazon frustration-free packaging": if you choose the drop-down you can get it in normal packaging for £22.20 (which is actually supplied by MyMemory, not from Amazon directly). It's £21.99 on MyMemory's website rather than through their Amazon marketplace store plus you should get Quidco at 4% making it £21.12 delivered. EDIT: That was wrong, apparently Quidco may be only on the amount before VAT.

PPS Deal Hunter, yes you will notice a difference with a higher class card. I see the Apps2SD developers recommend Class 6 as a minimum. Obviously faster cards are more expensive. You can get an 8GB Class 6 one for £20 on MyMemory.


Edited By: alasrati on Aug 08, 2010 20:31: Misleading Quidco info
#5
alasrati
Yeah it's the same one from Sandisk, Class 2. You can get it in the Amazon listing with MyMemory as one of the sellers but if you go direct to MyMemory it is a bit cheaper and you get Quidco.Here is the link.PS I notice the £23.60 is for "Amazon frustration-free packaging": if you choose the drop-down you can get it in normal packaging for £22.20 (which is actually supplied by MyMemory, not from Amazon directly). It's £21.99 on MyMemory's website rather than through their Amazon marketplace store plus you should get Quidco at 4% making it £21.12 delivered.

Get it posted !!!!!
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£19.99 delivered at 7day shop
#7
[email protected]
£19.99 delivered at 7day shop
thanks, never noticed they dropped price
#8
Damn it! I just ordered it for £22. :(
#10
Do Sandisk do a 16 gb class 4 or 6 card?

I did a quick search but I cant see sandisk ones. plus, how much are they I want to get one for the HTC desire and Im thinking of rooting and using the apps2sd which I heard its better to have a faster card.
#11
jg213
Do Sandisk do a 16 gb class 4 or 6 card? I did a quick search but I cant see sandisk ones. plus, how much are they I want to get one for the HTC desire and Im thinking of rooting and using the apps2sd which I heard its better to have a faster card.
not as far as i have seen
transcend have a class 6 for about 50quid and kingston a class 10 for 80 or so last i looked
8gb class 6 alot more reasonable at under 15 quid though :)
#12
must admit it amazes me when ever your looking for something like this you can never get it at the right money.........now look were down to £19.99
#13
There are various unheard of brands doing 16GB Class 6 ones for about £37-£40 on Amazon. You can get a Transcend one for £54. Haven't seen a Sandisk one.

You can get an 8GB Class 6 Samsung for £20 though.
#14
Deal_HUNT3R
Is the speed of this card ok for Apps2SD on Android? Will i notice a difference with higher class card?


It's been working fine for me on my Desire for a good few weeks. I'm using the version of Apps2SD that requires an ext3 partition, but I'm sure it'll work with the official FroYo version too.
#15
for 20 quid, Ive gone for this. Hopefully it will work well with my desire and apps2sd when I root my phone.
#16
Just got a 32gb SDHC card today from ebay for £32 delivered. I know some of you may say that it's a fake but memory cards don't tend to have suffered from being fakes before. I've had them and never had a problem.
#17
carleast
Just got a 32gb SDHC card today from ebay for £32 delivered. I know some of you may say that it's a fake but memory cards don't tend to have suffered from being fakes before. I've had them and never had a problem.


Make sure you test it with h2testw before leaving feedback!

Regardless of the source (ebay or otherwise) i'd test all recently bought memory cards with this program, as there are reports of fake cards finding their way into mainstream supplier channels. Even being sold in authentic packaging!
#18
If buying from 7dayshop remember quidco, mine tracked at 30p which is 1.5% it also went through at checkout at £19.98
#19
Thanks I've been waiting on the price dropping
#20
Thanks [email protected] just ordered one saved me few quid
#21
Can you use these in a Blackberry 8520??
#22
there was a class 6 for £35 but it is out of stock now

link
#23
TehJumpingJawa
carleast
Just got a 32gb SDHC card today from ebay for £32 delivered. I know some of you may say that it's a fake but memory cards don't tend to have suffered from being fakes before. I've had them and never had a problem.


Make sure you test it with h2testw before leaving feedback!

Regardless of the source (ebay or otherwise) i'd test all recently bought memory cards with this program, as there are reports of fake cards finding their way into mainstream supplier channels. Even being sold in authentic packaging!


DO THIS. I got a fake 32gb one a few weeks ago, comp said it was 32gb but when the test ran it said it was only 2gb :( then the seller went off ebay and I lost my cash!
#24
carleast
Just got a 32gb SDHC card today from ebay for £32 delivered. I know some of you may say that it's a fake but memory cards don't tend to have suffered from being fakes before. I've had them and never had a problem.
You're kidding right? The fake memory card problem on ebay was so bad that ebay even had a special section warning about it. I don't know what it's like now but 2 years ago memory cards were one of the most commonly faked items on ebay. The key issue was that small capacity cards could be easily spoofed to show a much higher capacity. Hence, people would receive the cards, use them and confirm them to be genuine only to run out of space later. Hence, I would never buy a memory card from ebay unless it came from a highly reliable seller.
#25
Lowtrawler
carleast
Just got a 32gb SDHC card today from ebay for £32 delivered. I know some of you may say that it's a fake but memory cards don't tend to have suffered from being fakes before. I've had them and never had a problem.

You're kidding right? The fake memory card problem on ebay was so bad that ebay even had a special section warning about it. I don't know what it's like now but 2 years ago memory cards were one of the most commonly faked items on ebay. The key issue was that small capacity cards could be easily spoofed to show a much higher capacity. Hence, people would receive the cards, use them and confirm them to be genuine only to run out of space later. Hence, I would never buy a memory card from ebay unless it came from a highly reliable seller.


the guy I got mine from had 5000+ feedback at about 99% positive. But it seemed like he flooded the market with dodgy memory cards then got banned
#26
Ordered from 7ds - thanks for the info.
#27
Think I'm going to take the plunge at £19.99 from 7dayshop. Been biding my time for a while waiting for price to come down (slightly!).

Will put my 8Gb in my gf's phone and probably sell her 4Gb one on eBay.

I've heard about what the blaggers do with the fake 32Gb cards. They put fake "32Gb" labels on them and stick a file on the card that makes your phone read it as being 32Gb. Of course if it's only a 2Gb card then you're not going to be able to stick more than 2Gb's worth of stuff on it. The fake "32Gb" cards were even available on eBay before the real ones launched in the shops!
#28
This will do nicely for my AceKard 2i, i do wonder though will the class 2 cause any problems with the games running ok?
#29
carleast
Just got a 32gb SDHC card today from ebay for £32 delivered. I know some of you may say that it's a fake but memory cards don't tend to have suffered from being fakes before. I've had them and never had a problem.

Sorry to tell you Ive had a Sandisk 32gb that looked exactly right, and it wouldn't work AT ALL off eBay (a Hong Kong seller I presume ?) and a 32gb off an Irish feller that is hit and miss. (Won't work in two thirds of the places I needed it for and the one it DOES, it'll just **** up frequently.)
Oh yeah. And a 16gb micro that won't work too
All off eBay sounding very similar to yours. Looked the part and didn't work.
Dud copies.
#30
Deal_HUNT3R
Is the speed of this card ok for Apps2SD on Android? Will i notice a difference with higher class card?
I'd recommend class 6 or above, will seem sluggish otherwise.
#32
cold
#33
just what i needed

thanks
#34
cheap... however it's not Amazon it's one of their suppliers... indigostarfish based in jersey... i find this quiet annoying when they just pass off their products to other companies who have their own T and C's...
voted hot anyway
#35
Indigostarfish is an Amazon company! Just their Jersey operation, so to as avoid incurring VAT.
#36
adam.mt
Indigostarfish is an Amazon company! Just their Jersey operation, so to as avoid incurring VAT.

From Amazons web site.......

"Indigostarfish.com is an independent Jersey-based merchant offering to supply goods to UK customers via the Amazon.co.uk website.
Indigostarfish.com is the trading name for Indigo Lighthouse Postal limited, whose registered office is at No 1, Wesley Street, PO Box 539, St Helier, Jersey JE4 5UT. Registered in Jersey No 71413"
#37
carleast
Just got a 32gb SDHC card today from ebay for £32 delivered. I know some of you may say that it's a fake but memory cards don't tend to have suffered from being fakes before. I've had them and never had a problem.


I saw this item. A guy with 0 feedback listed 1000 32gb cards. I don't know how ebay can allow sellers who have never used ebay before to sell £32,000 of items.

I very much suspect you'll be going through PayPal to get your money back here.
#38
hot price! heat added
#39
PhilK
carleast
Just got a 32gb SDHC card today from ebay for £32 delivered. I know some of you may say that it's a fake but memory cards don't tend to have suffered from being fakes before. I've had them and never had a problem.
Sorry to tell you Ive had a Sandisk 32gb that looked exactly right, and it wouldn't work AT ALL off eBay (a Hong Kong seller I presume ?) and a 32gb off an Irish feller that is hit and miss. (Won't work in two thirds of the places I needed it for and the one it DOES, it'll just **** up frequently.)Oh yeah. And a 16gb micro that won't work tooAll off eBay sounding very similar to yours. Looked the part and didn't work.Dud copies.

The fakes are impressively genuine looking - a guy at work bought one and insisted it had the right capacity but was sometime hit and miss. We didn't believe him so we tested it with h2testw (or whatever it's called) and initially I was surprised to see it counting past 8GB however it failed verification and only had 2GB genuine memory. Not only was it very low capacity but the performance was appalling, averaging only 1 or 2MB/s whereas a cheap 16GB Sandisk for the same price was hitting around 10-12MB/s.

I just don't bother with ebay for memory cards as it's not worth the hassle when I can get them for a reasonable price elsewhere.

John
#40
You can't even count on paypal to get your money back, they exclude most overseas sellers. Ebay just isn't worth the risk.

toasted-lion
carleast
Just got a 32gb SDHC card today from ebay for £32 delivered. I know some of you may say that it's a fake but memory cards don't tend to have suffered from being fakes before. I've had them and never had a problem.


I saw this item. A guy with 0 feedback listed 1000 32gb cards. I don't know how ebay can allow sellers who have never used ebay before to sell £32,000 of items.

I very much suspect you'll be going through PayPal to get your money back here.

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