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Toshiba 128GB Exceria Micro SDXC £24.99 (was £34.99) MyMemory - 4K Card with Adapter UHS-I U3 - 90MB/s

£24.99 @ MyMemory
Was on the market for a cheap microSD for my 4K GoPro clone... This is the cheapest I could find. Amazon sell them for £36.91 , previous deal here was £33.11 and went to 223º so I'm hoping I pulled t… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Was on the market for a cheap microSD for my 4K GoPro clone...
This is the cheapest I could find. Amazon sell them for £36.91 , previous deal here was £33.11 and went to 223º so I'm hoping I pulled the trigger right...
Around £29 everywhere else.

Please post some good 64GB/128GB deals in the comments. Remember need U3 otherwise camera stops at 2 minutes....
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#1
Looks good for Uhs 3
3 Likes #2
Nice to see this card back at £25... don't forget about free 16GB usb stick https://www.mymemory.co.uk/USB-Flash-Drives/MyMemory/MyMemory-16GB-Elite-USB-Flash-Drive
1 Like #3
Amazon selling Sandisk and Samsung Evo cards 128GB for £24.99 aswell
#4
grandoldchap
Amazon selling Sandisk and Samsung Evo cards 128GB for £24.99 aswell


What ones are better. The Toshiba one above or the ones you suggest on Amazon. Want one for my Retropie build
#5
grandoldchap
Amazon selling Sandisk and Samsung Evo cards 128GB for £24.99 aswell
Both slower U1 cards...
#6
Voted hot. Wished I'd seen this before I bought the Amazon Black Friday deal. OH decided not to try and cancel. I would buy this if needed another.
#7
pavel76
grandoldchap
Amazon selling Sandisk and Samsung Evo cards 128GB for £24.99 aswell
Both slower U1 cards...
Agreed, but for the purpose of recording 4K video a class 10 card is sufficient. Faster speed is always good but there are so many other elements involved in utilising the full speed of a device. Not being defensive so please don't take offence.
#8
its a good deal, but the quality of the card is not so good. ive had bad luck with these.
#9
grandoldchap
pavel76
grandoldchap
Amazon selling Sandisk and Samsung Evo cards 128GB for £24.99 aswell
Both slower U1 cards...
Agreed, but for the purpose of recording 4K video a class 10 card is sufficient. Faster speed is always good but there are so many other elements involved in utilising the full speed of a device. Not being defensive so please don't take offence.
Class 10 U1 is 10 MB/sec, and inadequate for 4K video. It's good for 1080p full HD. See the standard here.
1 Like #10
I'm looking for a card too, the failure rate of sandisk's are way to high. Lost a lot of data with sandisk before so won't buy again. This seems promising but again I'm starting to think having this much data on a single card is a disaster waiting to happen. they should start having a raid setup in devices these days, would solve the issue.
1 Like #11
anyone know when the free USB drive offer finishes?
#12
I'm using the card with an EKEN H8 camera that I bought at the (rather stupidly expensive) price of £100 from banggood so memory card has to be less than 1/4 the price
#13
pavel76
Nice to see this card back at £25... don't forget about free 16GB usb stick https://www.mymemory.co.uk/USB-Flash-Drives/MyMemory/MyMemory-16GB-Elite-USB-Flash-Drive


Good spot
#14
pavel76
Nice to see this card back at £25... don't forget about free 16GB usb stick https://www.mymemory.co.uk/USB-Flash-Drives/MyMemory/MyMemory-16GB-Elite-USB-Flash-Drive

Showing at £5.99 for me?
1 Like #15
pavel76
Nice to see this card back at £25... don't forget about free 16GB usb stick https://www.mymemory.co.uk/USB-Flash-Drives/MyMemory/MyMemory-16GB-Elite-USB-Flash-Drive

Thank you so much for that.
#16
Cheers OP, ordered 8)
1 Like #17
steevieboy4u

Showing at £5.99 for me?

Look at the banner on the site.
#18
grandoldchap
pavel76
grandoldchap
Amazon selling Sandisk and Samsung Evo cards 128GB for £24.99 aswell
Both slower U1 cards...
Agreed, but for the purpose of recording 4K video a class 10 card is sufficient. Faster speed is always good but there are so many other elements involved in utilising the full speed of a device. Not being defensive so please don't take offence.

Depends on the device, my panasonic lumix lx100 records 4k video at 100mbit/s so needs a U3 card, U1s just can't sustain maximum transfer speed.

Edited By: CampGareth on Nov 27, 2016 21:09
#19
wakaru
steevieboy4u

Showing at £5.99 for me?
Look at the banner on the site.
Oh yeah :p
#20
Great price for that type of speed/memory.
I bought the Samsung one a week ago or would have been all over this. Not sure on reliability on Toshiba cards though.
#21
Dam, I had to buy this!!
1 Like #22
pavel76
Nice to see this card back at £25... don't forget about free 16GB usb stick https://www.mymemory.co.uk/USB-Flash-Drives/MyMemory/MyMemory-16GB-Elite-USB-Flash-Drive
Yes. Thanks a million for that.
#23
Potential 5.2 percent cashback on topcashback: https://www.topcashback.co.uk/mymemory/

Edited By: George109 on Nov 27, 2016 22:04
#24
These cards have the best performance/price ratio for sequential read/write.

So great for use with 4k recording, digital cameras etc.

Just don't use it for apps/in your phone - and non sequential read/write applications, as it's performance there is very poor.
That doesn't matter at all for taking pictures/video.

So it's a great specialist card.

Any deasls on SD cards? I'd like to get a larger card for my digital camera. It takes SD cards. Obviously this will fit, and performance is good, but instinctively I'd think a full size SD card would be better for performance/price, but doesn't seem the case perhaps.
Reliability in the larger form factor may be better though?
#25
Is this a bit over kill for going in a phone to store songs and videos guys?
#26
8) ta
#27
Shinoke
These cards have the best performance/price ratio for sequential read/write.
So great for use with 4k recording, digital cameras etc.
Just don't use it for apps/in your phone - and non sequential read/write applications, as it's performance there is very poor.
That doesn't matter at all for taking pictures/video.
So it's a great specialist card.
Any deasls on SD cards? I'd like to get a larger card for my digital camera. It takes SD cards. Obviously this will fit, and performance is good, but instinctively I'd think a full size SD card would be better for performance/price, but doesn't seem the case perhaps.
Reliability in the larger form factor may be better though?
Which one for apps/phone


Edited By: makie1 on Nov 28, 2016 00:43
#28
Went to buy this. Got the banner offering me the free drive yet everytime I clicked on the banner they added the full price of the usb drive to my order.
Have taken screenshots of both them offering it to me for free and of them adding the cost of it to my order and have messaged them about it.
#29
schmee
Went to buy this. Got the banner offering me the free drive yet everytime I clicked on the banner they added the full price of the usb drive to my order.
Have taken screenshots of both them offering it to me for free and of them adding the cost of it to my order and have messaged them about it.
Same problem here. It offers it me for free, then charges me full price once it's in my basket. Emptied my basket and logged out. Can't be bothered emailing them at this time of night. Heat for the deal though.
2 Likes #30
makie1
Shinoke
These cards have the best performance/price ratio for sequential read/write.
So great for use with 4k recording, digital cameras etc.
Just don't use it for apps/in your phone - and non sequential read/write applications, as it's performance there is very poor.
That doesn't matter at all for taking pictures/video.
So it's a great specialist card.
Any deasls on SD cards? I'd like to get a larger card for my digital camera. It takes SD cards. Obviously this will fit, and performance is good, but instinctively I'd think a full size SD card would be better for performance/price, but doesn't seem the case perhaps.
Reliability in the larger form factor may be better though?
Which one for apps/phone

Samsung EVO, EVO+ (better performance), and Sandisk Extreme Plus (expensive).
I got an Extreme Plus 128gb for £50 as I was meant to get £10 quido (which I didn't).
But every card I look at people complain about reliability.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/storage/best-microsd-card-best-microsd-cards-2016-2017-uk-3640745/

Basically the Samsung are good for app use, and the Sandisk extreme Plus is good for app use as well as 4k recording etc. So you pay a premium if you want both.
#31
bromptonista

Was on the market for a cheap microSD for my 4K GoPro clone...
This is the cheapest I could find. Amazon sell them for £36.91 , previous deal here was £33.11 and went to 223º so I'm hoping I pulled the trigger right...
Around £29 everywhere else.
Please post some good 64GB/128GB deals in the comments. Remember need U3 otherwise camera stops at 2 minutes....
pavel76
Nice to see this card back at £25... don't forget about free 16GB usb stick https://www.mymemory.co.uk/USB-Flash-Drives/MyMemory/MyMemory-16GB-Elite-USB-Flash-Drive

How do you get this free?
1 Like #32
Heat added. FYI - Amazon are also selling these for £24.99 now, although temporarily out of stock - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01EAKAUUK

Edited By: Lax on Nov 28, 2016 12:09
#33
Shinoke
makie1
Shinoke
These cards have the best performance/price ratio for sequential read/write.
So great for use with 4k recording, digital cameras etc.
Just don't use it for apps/in your phone - and non sequential read/write applications, as it's performance there is very poor.
That doesn't matter at all for taking pictures/video.
So it's a great specialist card.
Any deasls on SD cards? I'd like to get a larger card for my digital camera. It takes SD cards. Obviously this will fit, and performance is good, but instinctively I'd think a full size SD card would be better for performance/price, but doesn't seem the case perhaps.
Reliability in the larger form factor may be better though?
Which one for apps/phone
Samsung EVO, EVO+ (better performance), and Sandisk Extreme Plus (expensive).
I got an Extreme Plus 128gb for £50 as I was meant to get £10 quido (which I didn't).
But every card I look at people complain about reliability.http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/storage/best-microsd-card-best-microsd-cards-2016-2017-uk-3640745/
Basically the Samsung are good for app use, and the Sandisk extreme Plus is good for app use as well as 4k recording etc. So you pay a premium if you want both.
Which should I buy for a Raspberry Pi?
Why do people say they don't recommend SD cards for OS/data on Pi? They have longer warranties than HDDs and SSDs!
#34
Shinoke
makie1
Shinoke
These cards have the best performance/price ratio for sequential read/write.
So great for use with 4k recording, digital cameras etc.
Just don't use it for apps/in your phone - and non sequential read/write applications, as it's performance there is very poor.
That doesn't matter at all for taking pictures/video.
So it's a great specialist card.
Any deasls on SD cards? I'd like to get a larger card for my digital camera. It takes SD cards. Obviously this will fit, and performance is good, but instinctively I'd think a full size SD card would be better for performance/price, but doesn't seem the case perhaps.
Reliability in the larger form factor may be better though?
Which one for apps/phone
Samsung EVO, EVO+ (better performance), and Sandisk Extreme Plus (expensive).
I got an Extreme Plus 128gb for £50 as I was meant to get £10 quido (which I didn't).
But every card I look at people complain about reliability.http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/storage/best-microsd-card-best-microsd-cards-2016-2017-uk-3640745/
Basically the Samsung are good for app use, and the Sandisk extreme Plus is good for app use as well as 4k recording etc. So you pay a premium if you want both.
Thank you. Using an S4 at the moment with a 32gb sd card (nearly full) so I'm getting the bigger storage mainly to use for app download. Don't really do 4k recordings so the Sandisk may be an overkill at the moment. The link is very useful info. Thanks for that bonus
#35
Lax
Heat added. FYI - Amazon are also selling these for £24.99 now, although temporarily out of stock - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01EAKAUUK

Thanks. I've purchased one from Amazon. Dont mind the wait.
#36
Warning: Only 118743 of 118744 MByte tested.
Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 31.1 MByte/s
Reading speed: 76.5 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4

Results I got when I tested it with H2testw. Read and Write speed are much better compare to Parkdale which gave me 24mb write speed and 44mb read speed.
#37
Now £44.99
#38
Tried it on my gopro last night and it only records 4k with 12.5 fps. Not good!

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