SanDisk Ultra Android 128 GB MicroSDXC Class 10 Memory Card and SD Adapter up to 80 Mbps (Frustration Free Packaging) - HotUKDeals
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SanDisk Ultra Android 128 GB MicroSDXC Class 10 Memory Card and SD Adapter up to 80 Mbps (Frustration Free Packaging) £24.99

£24.99 @ Amazon
- 128 GB Micro SDXC card - Dependable high speed for shooting Full HD (1080p) video and high quality photos - SanDisk memory zone app to view and manage digital files from your phone - Ten-year war…
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- 128 GB Micro SDXC card
- Dependable high speed for shooting Full HD (1080p) video and high quality photos
- SanDisk memory zone app to view and manage digital files from your phone
- Ten-year warranty
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#1
Been looking for a well priced micro SD card for two weeks now. This will do nicely. Thanks!

Edited By: uptwisting on Nov 18, 2016 16:25: .......'s
#2
Any good for a 1440p dashcam or is this too slow
#3
Ordered!
#4
I remember paying £80 for this not too long ago
2 Likes #5
What are the chances these will be under £20 this time next week?
1 Like #6
What Android version is it?
#7
steve1221
What are the chances these will be under £20 this time next week?
Very small ...considering recent price rise at all retailers. £25 seems to be great price for 128gb card now...
#8
PointDex
Any good for a 1440p dashcam or is this too slow
Works fine with my 4K camcorder and hence should have no issues with your dash cam, as long as it works with XC cards.
#9
pavel76
steve1221
What are the chances these will be under £20 this time next week?
Very small ...considering recent price rise at all retailers. £25 seems to be great price for 128gb card now...
Agree, I missed out on the Toshiba ones last time (around 3 weeks back) and since then, they have jumped up and stayed above £
Magister
What Android version is it?
Sorry, that's just an Amazon quirk (my first post, sorry!). It doesn't have Android on it, it should work with Android devices (I guess mainly targeted at that), but various other devices e.g. Camera, camcorder etc...
1 Like #10
uptwisting
Been looking for a well priced SD card for two weeks now. This will do nicely. Thanks!
Very welcome. Likewise had been looking for more than a couple of weeks as well and hence thought it was well worth sharing :-).
#11
uptwisting
Been looking for a well priced SD card for two weeks now. This will do nicely. Thanks!

Its a micro sd card......
3 Likes #12
neils31
uptwisting
Been looking for a well priced SD card for two weeks now. This will do nicely. Thanks!
Its a micro sd card......

With an adapter.
2 Likes #13
In case it helps it's the same price at Argos. Good price. Was a couple of £ more expensive as a Deal of the Day not long ago. Heat.
#14
been waiting for the faster cards to come down, the 45m/s are usually this price but as extra storage for my surface I wanted faster :)
1 Like #15
Good price. Still waiting for a Samsung evo to get to this price as I don't trust SanDisk from past experience. Voted hot
2 Likes #16
Good spot by jb484 that it's the same price at Argos and as Quidco are running a special 10% cashback rate at Argos today, that will bring the price down at Argos to under £23. I have a 64Gb version of this card and it has been faultless whereas my Integral 128Gb card has been playing up ever since I got it. Heat for this deal as well as the Argos one. :)
#17
Argos it is then..
.thanks.
#18
PointDex
Any good for a 1440p dashcam or is this too slow
Why would you want a 128GB for a dashcam ! You want to record what, 2 months of driving before it starts looping ? Just stick in 8GB, that should do you fine for any journey.
#19
ummmed and erred when it was about £26 then cursed when it went back up to £35. Just ordered on Prime now and will have it in a couple of hours :)

Its a shame its not an extreme (have a 64GB extreme) but not paying £60 for that.
1 Like #20
gurdster
Good spot by jb484 that it's the same price at Argos and as Quidco are running a special 10% cashback rate at Argos today, that will bring the price down at Argos to under £23. I have a 64Gb version of this card and it has been faultless whereas my Integral 128Gb card has been playing up ever since I got it. Heat for this deal as well as the Argos one. :)

Agree, good spot jb484 and like you said gurdster, with quidco discount, it'd work out even cheaper.
#21
neils31
uptwisting
Been looking for a well priced SD card for two weeks now. This will do nicely. Thanks!
It's a micro sd card......
I forgot to add the micro bit :)




Edited By: uptwisting on Nov 18, 2016 16:58
#22
Voted hot
#23
excellent!! cheers!!
#24
This card is too slow.
#25
Lax

- Dependable high speed for shooting Full HD (1080p) video

That's a pretty misleading claim because it's only dependable if you're shooting at low bit rates and 25/30fps. Jump to 50/60fps and 30GB/s and it won't be fast enough.

This is a U1 card (slow writes), not U3 (faster writes).

Edited By: Picard123 on Nov 18, 2016 22:02
#26
Picard123
Lax

- Dependable high speed for shooting Full HD (1080p) video
That's a pretty misleading claim because it's only dependable if you're shooting at low bit rates and 25/30fps. Jump to 50/60fps and 30GB/s and it won't be fast enough.
This is a U1 card (slow writes), not U3 (faster writes).

30GB/s???? Did you mean MB/s or Mb/s (Megabytes or Megabits per second).
1 Like #27
alababaju
Picard123
Lax

- Dependable high speed for shooting Full HD (1080p) video
That's a pretty misleading claim because it's only dependable if you're shooting at low bit rates and 25/30fps. Jump to 50/60fps and 30GB/s and it won't be fast enough.
This is a U1 card (slow writes), not U3 (faster writes).
30GB/s???? Did you mean MB/s or Mb/s (Megabytes or Megabits per second).

Haha...that will teach me not to post late at night! X)

Meant 30Mbps. You simply get a much better quality video source particularly for editing at that bit rate compared the the default 15Mbps etc.
#28
Anyone recommend a faster 128gb card? There was an offer here for a Toshiba branded at £33+ but anything else? Thanks.
#29
if you want faster you will pay a lot more, simples.
#30
24.99 at argos too
1 Like #31
Bought this exact card from amazon back in April for £20 (£25.99 before promotion added) and it lasted about two months before it was that slow I ended up binning it.. Even tried re formatting to no avail
#32
asiot
Bought this exact card from amazon back in April for £20 (£25.99 before promotion added) and it lasted about two months before it was that slow I ended up binning it.. Even tried re formatting to no avail
Return to Amazon or SanDisk under 10 year warranty?

Edited By: Lax on Nov 19, 2016 10:45
#33
Possibly perfect for the Nintendo Switch if rumors are to be believed.
#34
jb484
In case it helps it's the same price at Argos. Good price. Was a couple of £ more expensive as a Deal of the Day not long ago. Heat.


​That does help as I'm sat on a free £10 voucher from buying an Xbox. Thanks.
#35
djames108
if you want faster you will pay a lot more, simples.

Not necessarily. U1 cards can vary tremendously in terms of sequential write speeds. You can buy one U1 card from one company and it will be slower than another U1 card from a different company, both cards being the same price. Tons of online benchmarks on this. For example:

http://i.imgur.com/pFCOKjD.png

Personally I'd go for the Samsung Evo+ over this for its faster sequential write speeds (good for high bit rate video), and would even get a lower capacity faster card than a higher capacity low speed card, as MicroSD cards are dog slow compared to eMMC, SSD, USB3.0 flash etc.

http://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/4568/4568501_sd.jpg;maxHeight=350;maxWidth=442


Edited By: Picard123 on Nov 19, 2016 20:25: .
#36
Picard123
djames108
if you want faster you will pay a lot more, simples.

Not necessarily. U1 cards can vary tremendously in terms of sequential write speeds. You can buy one U1 card from one company and it will be slower than another U1 card from a different company, both cards being the same price. Tons of online benchmarks on this. For example:

http://i.imgur.com/pFCOKjD.png

Personally I'd go for the Samsung Evo+ over this for its faster sequential write speeds (good for high bit rate video), and would even get a lower capacity faster card than a higher capacity low speed card, as MicroSD cards are dog slow compared to eMMC, SSD, USB3.0 flash etc.

http://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/4568/4568501_sd.jpg;maxHeight=350;maxWidth=442



​yea and its £10 more.........
its specs are the same, benchmarks may show its faster and perhaps it may be. But again its £10 more, hence the comment 'if you want faster you will pay a lot more'.......
#37
djames108
Picard123
djames108
if you want faster you will pay a lot more, simples.
Not necessarily. U1 cards can vary tremendously in terms of sequential write speeds. You can buy one U1 card from one company and it will be slower than another U1 card from a different company, both cards being the same price. Tons of online benchmarks on this. For example:http://i.imgur.com/pFCOKjD.png
Personally I'd go for the Samsung Evo+ over this for its faster sequential write speeds (good for high bit rate video), and would even get a lower capacity faster card than a higher capacity low speed card, as MicroSD cards are dog slow compared to eMMC, SSD, USB3.0 flash etc.http://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/4568/4568501_sd.jpg;maxHeight=350;maxWidth=442
​yea and its £10 more.........
its specs are the same, benchmarks may show its faster and perhaps it may be. But again its £10 more, hence the comment 'if you want faster you will pay a lot more'.......

The time that I save not staring at file to be copied over and written to a slower SD card is EASILY worth £10 to me.

EASILY.
#38
Picard123
djames108
Picard123
djames108
if you want faster you will pay a lot more, simples.
Not necessarily. U1 cards can vary tremendously in terms of sequential write speeds. You can buy one U1 card from one company and it will be slower than another U1 card from a different company, both cards being the same price. Tons of online benchmarks on this. For example:http://i.imgur.com/pFCOKjD.png
Personally I'd go for the Samsung Evo+ over this for its faster sequential write speeds (good for high bit rate video), and would even get a lower capacity faster card than a higher capacity low speed card, as MicroSD cards are dog slow compared to eMMC, SSD, USB3.0 flash etc.http://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/4568/4568501_sd.jpg;maxHeight=350;maxWidth=442
​yea and its £10 more.........
its specs are the same, benchmarks may show its faster and perhaps it may be. But again its £10 more, hence the comment 'if you want faster you will pay a lot more'.......

The time that I save not staring at file to be copied over and written to a slower SD card is EASILY worth £10 to me.

EASILY.


​yea and its still £10 more
1 Like #39
It's U1 and not the much newer U3 version. It's too slow and doesn't support 4K recording. Voted COLD.
#40
djames108
Picard123
djames108
Picard123
djames108
if you want faster you will pay a lot more, simples.
Not necessarily. U1 cards can vary tremendously in terms of sequential write speeds. You can buy one U1 card from one company and it will be slower than another U1 card from a different company, both cards being the same price. Tons of online benchmarks on this. For example:http://i.imgur.com/pFCOKjD.png
Personally I'd go for the Samsung Evo+ over this for its faster sequential write speeds (good for high bit rate video), and would even get a lower capacity faster card than a higher capacity low speed card, as MicroSD cards are dog slow compared to eMMC, SSD, USB3.0 flash etc.http://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/4568/4568501_sd.jpg;maxHeight=350;maxWidth=442
​yea and its £10 more.........
its specs are the same, benchmarks may show its faster and perhaps it may be. But again its £10 more, hence the comment 'if you want faster you will pay a lot more'.......
The time that I save not staring at file to be copied over and written to a slower SD card is EASILY worth £10 to me.
EASILY.
​yea and its still £10 more


Jeeezus.....do you not understand that cards, even within the same U1 classification have different performance? Only an idiot looks at only price.

If you want a faster card for the same price as this, get the Samsung Evo card:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-MicroSDXC-Adapter-Frustration-Packaging/dp/B00V4BRF9S

"Using our Consumer Testing Platform, we measured transfer speeds from the 32GB Samsung EVO microSD card with IOMeter. Sequential posted read and write speeds of 44.4MB/s and 19.1MB/s respectively. The SanDisk Ultra recorded sequential activity at 44.66MB/s and 14.29MB/s for read and write respectively. The Toshiba card showed the slowest results, measuring 34.3MB/s read and 12.1MB/s write." - SR.com

It's more reliable and still faster.

If you want high bit rate 1080p video recording, get the Evo+

It's not rocket science. There are tons of reviews and benchmarks on the web that take 30 seconds to find.

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