Transcend 16GB SD Card (SDHC) - Class 10 £21.99 @ My Memory - HotUKDeals
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Superfast card at a great price RRP £42.99.
Details
- Fully compatible with SD 3.0 Standards.
- SDHC Class 10 compliant.
- Compatible with all SDHC-labeled host devices (not compatible with standard SD).
- Easy to use, plug-and-play operation.
- Built-in Error Correcting Code (ECC) to detect and correct transfer errors.
- Complies with Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI) portable device requirements.
- Supports Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM).
- Allows In System Programming (ISP) for updating firmware.
- Supports auto-standby, power-off and sleep modes.
- Mechanical write-protection switch.
Specification
- Data Transfer Speed Class - 10.
- Operating Voltage - 2.7V~3.6V.
- Operating Temperature - -25°C(-13°F) to 85°C(185°F).
- Durability - 10,000 insertion/removal cycles.
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#1
Great card for the price. Got an 8 and 16 gig of these and very fast transfer speeds.

Recommended !
#2
fantastic price, had the class 6 version that has worked fine for over a year and a 1/2 but suddenly lost all the photos, but left the videos intact and the volume still shows the full 8gb. So it may well be me and not the card. is currently looking for a free reliable image recovery program.

Will buy this cos these cards are great, just need to back up photos more regularly.

Hot
#3
Snaffled one up already :)
#4
very good indeed
#5
If you use the code 'backforgood' at checkout you get it for £20.89. And don't forget 4% quidco on top.

Bargain!
#6
Code works,thanks kupon.
kupon
If you use the code ' backforgood' at checkout you get it for £20.89. And don't forget 4% quidco on top.

Bargain!
#7
£20.89 ordered. thanks! HOT!!
#8
this is a great deal i payed about £39 a few months ago for this!!
#9
scorching - ordered - thanks!
#10
awesome!

are these compatible with the paZ8 cameras?
#11
Will this work in the Panasonic TZ7?
#12
sug
Will this work in the Panasonic TZ7?


plus 1
#13
There are some really bad reviews on Amazon with some Transcend cards failing and loosing photo's on them. Would pay the extra and stick with Sandisk or other good branded cards.
34 out of 260 odd reviews on a similar Transcend card mostly mentioning card failure
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B0015AOK1O/ref=cm_cr_pr_link_1?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=0&filterBy=addOneStar

Edited By: jon67 on Sep 05, 2010 13:08: more info
#14
jon67
There are some really bad reviews on Amazon with some Transcend cards failing and loosing photo's on them. Would pay the extra and stick with Sandisk or other good branded cards.


Ah jaysus don't be saying that now. I've just ordered one for the wife's Canon 550D.
#15
I ordered one of these at the weekend for my 550d after reading reviews on dpreview, everyone recommending this card - bit gutted though as I paid about £27.99!
#16
beavis2007
I ordered one of these at the weekend for my 550d after reading reviews on dpreview, everyone recommending this card - bit gutted though as I paid about £27.99!


Really? Well that's good!
#17
Not bad for a Class 10 16GB but beware it only has a 1 year warranty, as opposed to the Pro's choice Sandisk 16GB Extreme 30MB/s (Class 10) - which has a Limited lifetime warranty (In EMEA - 30 years).

Roll on SDXC... :3
#18
Banzai
Not bad for a Class 10 16GB but beware it only has a 1 year warranty, as opposed to the Pro's choice Sandisk 16GB Extreme 30MB/s (Class 10) - which has a Limited lifetime warranty (In EMEA - 30 years).Roll on SDXC... :3
Yes its probably better,then again its £50+ more expensive.
#19
Even the Samsung deal (Class 6 and expired now) was a limited Llfetime warranty - with a data retention of 10yrs.

It's not that I'm paranoid or anything! (_;)
#20
mmuw
is currently looking for a free reliable image recovery program.


Not many free ones as data recovery is expensive business, you should try them out first and then decide if it recovers what you want and if the photo's are precious enough to purchase the software.
Art Plus Digital Photo Recovery get's good reviews, and also look at PhotoRescue.

I use the Sandisk RescuePro software that came free with my Sandisk Extreme card - shame Transcend don't supply, but you're getting what you pay for in the end...

Edited By: Banzai on Sep 01, 2010 15:01: more software
banned#21
thanks Good deal Hot :3
#22
Banzai
mmuw
is currently looking for a free reliable image recovery program.
Not many free ones as data recovery is expensive business, you should try them out first and then decide if it recovers what you want and if the photo's are precious enough to purchase the software.Art Plus Digital Photo Recovery get's good reviews, and also look at PhotoRescue.I use the Sandisk RescuePro software that came free with my Sandisk Extreme card - shame Transcend don't supply, but you're getting what you pay for in the end...
Thanks Banzai, Yeah most of them are available on trial and only finds the missing pictures. but requires the user to purchase the activation key. Its scary how much data is on a 8gb card (more than 8gb) Just make you think twice about what people say about removing old harddrives before throwing old computers away (to prevent identity theft:| ). thanks for your help I'll have a look at these.;)
#23
mmuw
Banzai
mmuw
is currently looking for a free reliable image recovery program.
Not many free ones as data recovery is expensive business, you should try them out first and then decide if it recovers what you want and if the photo's are precious enough to purchase the software.Art Plus Digital Photo Recovery get's good reviews, and also look at PhotoRescue.I use the Sandisk RescuePro software that came free with my Sandisk Extreme card - shame Transcend don't supply, but you're getting what you pay for in the end...

Thanks Banzai, Yeah most of them are available on trial and only finds the missing pictures. but requires the user to purchase the activation key. Its scary how much data is on a 8gb card (more than 8gb) Just make you think twice about what people say about removing old harddrives before throwing old computers away (to prevent identity theft:| ). thanks for your help I'll have a look at these.;)


Try convar.de or use the link http://www.pcinspector.de/smartrecovery/info.htm?language=1
this is freeware & has worked very well for me in the past. With regards to hard drives - I find dropping them onto concrete removes any possibility of anyone ever recovering the data!!
#24
Bought 2 of these 8 gig cards last week they work in my TZ 7
#25
This card was £17.99 at play yesterday
So this deal is ok but not as HOT as sandisk card...
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/12761854/-/Product.html
banned#26
dropping hard drives on concrete rarely damages the platters where all of the data is. Most data recovery firms with a clean room can retrieve data from just the platters as far as I know.
#27
Class 10 versus class 6 Samsung and you say the Samsung is a better buy,you must be joking,when your video is juddering away with your class 6 you will wish you had the Trancend.20 MB/s v 17MB/s write speed.In the world of memory cards Trancend is a more respected name than Samsung.
Rupee Man
This card was £17.99 at play yesterday
So this deal is ok but not as HOT as sandisk card...

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/12761854/-/Product.html


Edited By: toddy888 on Sep 01, 2010 20:43: spelling
#28
toddy888
Class 10 versus class 6 Samsung and you say the Samsung is a better buy,you must be joking,when your video is juddering away with your class 6 you will wish you had the Trancend.20 MB/s v 17MB/s write speed.In the world of memory cards Trancend is a more respected name than Samsung.
Rupee Man
This card was £17.99 at play yesterday
So this deal is ok but not as HOT as sandisk card...
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http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/12761854/-/Product.html



Errm Samsung are the largest NAND Flash producers on the planet.
Transend is a small company, not sure where you are going with speed comment as the difference class 6 Vs 10 is slight burst mode only.

Anyway for the data recovery off USB transend offer this for their USB drives

http://www.transcendusa.com/Products/online_recovery_1.asp

SD cards etc all mount as mass storage as to USB drives so the recovery of these unit should work.
#29
pixman
mmuw
Banzai
mmuw
is currently looking for a free reliable image recovery program.
Not many free ones as data recovery is expensive business, you should try them out first and then decide if it recovers what you want and if the photo's are precious enough to purchase the software.Art Plus Digital Photo Recovery get's good reviews, and also look at PhotoRescue.I use the Sandisk RescuePro software that came free with my Sandisk Extreme card - shame Transcend don't supply, but you're getting what you pay for in the end...
Thanks Banzai, Yeah most of them are available on trial and only finds the missing pictures. but requires the user to purchase the activation key. Its scary how much data is on a 8gb card (more than 8gb) Just make you think twice about what people say about removing old harddrives before throwing old computers away (to prevent identity theft:| ). thanks for your help I'll have a look at these.;)
Try convar.de or use the link http://www.pcinspector.de/smartrecovery/info.htm?language=1this is freeware & has worked very well for me in the past. With regards to hard drives - I find dropping them onto concrete removes any possibility of anyone ever recovering the data!!

Thanks for the help will have a look at this, cheers:D
#30
deadsquirrel
dropping hard drives on concrete rarely damages the platters where all of the data is. Most data recovery firms with a clean room can retrieve data from just the platters as far as I know.

I heard the best way is to put the drive in a bucket of water;)
#31
mmuw
deadsquirrel
dropping hard drives on concrete rarely damages the platters where all of the data is. Most data recovery firms with a clean room can retrieve data from just the platters as far as I know.
I heard the best way is to put the drive in a bucket of water;)


Yes that definitely works...but it will be pointless on the waterproof samsung card ;)
#32
Anybody had trouble purchasing anything via a credit card or debit card with this company.
#33
taffyapple
Anybody had trouble purchasing anything via a credit card or debit card with this company.
Yes TaffyApple don't use them! my payment has gone through but they're saying they haven't and they have no track of my order, please reply
#34
Has anybody else had problems with this website recently?
I have tried on numerous occasions to purchase from them and every time it says it has been unsuccessful however my bank says they have took the payment on one occasion, on my memory it states I haven't ordered anything and I can't speak to anybody at their end as their customer service helpline doesn't connect to an advisor, please respond thanks
#35
nathandennison
Has anybody else had problems with this website recently?I have tried on numerous occasions to purchase from them and every time it says it has been unsuccessful however my bank says they have took the payment on one occasion, on my memory it states I haven't ordered anything and I can't speak to anybody at their end as their customer service helpline doesn't connect to an advisor, please respond thanks

I didn't - I paid with Paypal and received this item no problem.

Edited By: wickenden on Sep 08, 2010 09:01: !

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