Tdk 4Gb Flash SDHC Card (was £20.37) now £7.97 at Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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Plus 3% quidco = £7.73

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Brand TDK
Card Capacity 4GB
Card Type SDHC
Features of Product High speed read/write/erase. Extremely low power consumption. For use in smart phones, digital and video cameras, PDAs, MP3 players and any other device that features an SD card compliant slot
Memory Cards Extended Attributes List
Product Depth 0.18 cm
Product Height 3.1 cm
Product Weight 0.008
Product Weight Units kg
Product Width 2.3 cm
Speed Class Class 4 (>4 MB/s 26x)
Write Protection Yes
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#1
Kingston available here for £5.95

or £7.25 with free del. HERE
#2
But do you buy value branded Corn Flakes instead of Kellogs..?
#3
netsurfer
But do you buy value branded Corn Flakes instead of Kellogs..?

Yes actually (Tesco's are much better!). What's own brand about Kingston?
#4
Besford;8650517
Yes actually (Tesco's are much better!). What's own brand about Kingston?

Must say, I was wondering that too!
#5
Then all things would be the same wouldnt they, why do need multiple makes of anything..
#6
Besford
Yes actually (Tesco's are much better!). What's own brand about Kingston?


He actually said "value" branded not "own" branded, I guess implying puzzlingly that Kingston are cheap.

Personally I did not know that TDK sold Flash Memory until I saw this post .
#7
netsurfer
Then all things would be the same wouldnt they, why do need multiple makes of anything..


Business competition, there are a lot of OEM Flash Cards that are stamped with company names, an example of one SD card I own is a Toshiba manufactured SD card with a "Viking" sticker over the top of it, it was sold cheaper under the "Viking" brand than it would have been under the Toshiba moniker.
#8
cicobuff
He actually said "value" branded not "own" branded, I guess implying puzzlingly that Kingston are cheap.

Personally I did not know that TDK sold Flash Memory until I saw this post .


I didnt either to be honest, and I thought it was a good deal. Clearly my thoughts are my own :whistling:
#9
netsurfer
I didnt either to be honest, and I thought it was a good deal. Clearly my thoughts are my own :whistling:


Well yes, considering you can get a class 4 based 4GB SD card delivered cheaper elsewhere then people are within good reason not to agree with you to be fair.
#10
But then some people are brand concious, hence where would Sony and others be these days
#11
netsurfer
But then some people are brand concious, hence where would Sony and others be these days


There is a difference between being brand conscious when it comes to function, snap open an SD card within the same classes shell, and all you have is a NAND chip and a controller chip, there are only a limited amount of manufacturers.

Then take Sony, they actually have the Bravia Licensed engine in their TVs, Cybershot licensing in their cameras, and DSEE engine in their MP3 players.

There is being brand conscious when it comes to differences, then there is being brand name fashion conscious, such as buying an Armani watch, which is actually manufactured by Fossil and then having a hiked up price.

Unless TDK have some really special forces under their belts, a class 4 card is a class 4 card...what you going to do, eject it from your device and go "hey look here I have a TDK"
#12
Further to this, Kingston is the second largest supplier of flash memory in the world seeing they do OEM, chances are that it stands a good chance that TDK utilise their manufacturing and then stamp their name on top, as whilst TDK manufacture Electric components, and data storage media, they do not manufacture and supply flash memory.
#13
cicobuff
Further to this, Kingston is the second largest supplier of flash memory in the world seeing they do OEM, chances are that it stands a good chance that TDK utilise their manufacturing and then stamp their name on top, as whilst TDK manufacture Electric components, and data storage media, they do not manufacture and supply flash memory.

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