Transcend Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Memory Card - 8GB - Class 10 - UK'S LOWEST PRICE! £7.49 delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Unbelievable price! I posted last week at £7.89, which I thought was a really good price, but now down to just £7.49 (thanks to Noddle36) which I think is truly incredible for a big name class 10 card with proven performance and a lifetime warranty....

Conforms to the Secure Digital Card interface standard
Postage stamp-sized for portable convenience
Easy to use, plug-and-play operation

Great for use in digital cameras, mp3 players and more…

Features
- Conforms to the Secure Digital Card interface standard
- Postage stamp-sized for portable convenience
- 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
- Low power comsumption
- RoHS compliant
- Lifetime Warranty
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#1
is 7dayshop quick in delivery as amazon
#2
imsraj
is 7dayshop quick in delivery as amazon

Usualy within a week for me from them. Great price OP.
#3
Had just bought two of these from amazon for same price - couldnt believe how cheap they were.
Perfect for the cheap playsports I got from a post here last week.
suspended#4
Good value
#5
Don't forget to test speed with atto or summat.
#6
' proven performance ' ? I've never seen speed specs for Transcend cards, class means very little.
#7
spakkker
Don't forget to test speed with atto or summat.

Ozzie
' proven performance ' ? I've never seen speed specs for Transcend cards, class means very little.


To be class 10 rated write performance must be a minimum of 10Mb/sec, unlike some manufacturers who claim, 'speed up to 20Mb/sec', for example, without giving a class rating, which is meaningless. Although Transcend don't publish exact figures, class 10 guarantees that it must be at least 10Mb/sec and most tests/reviews I have seen give the actual figure as quite a bit more.

This is from a test Mith did in this post: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/transcend-secure-digital-high-capac/799058

http://img26.imageshack.us/img26/5536/cdm3transcendc1016gb.jpg

He was actually testing the 16Gb card, but the 8Gb should be at least as good....

Edited By: andyken on Nov 24, 2010 19:56
#8
Just hope they dont run out of stock when they get to my order.
#9
Thank-you so much for this. Ordered 2!
#10
Ya maan!!
#12
I had ordered from Amazon first at £7.80 and they sent me an email saying they dont have any in stock. Now it is showing that Amazon is looking at this site to take advantage of other company’s special deals and also the customers.
#13
Nice find OP

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Gone up slightly in price to £7.49 but use Quidco and you'll get 8p cashback :) It's amazing that two of these are cheaper than buying a 16gb Transcend card. Although I already have the 16gb version (which I find to be very reliable and very quick) I generally prefer to get small amounts just in case one does decide to pack up and you're then not left without a card to record on.
#15
greencode
Gone up slightly in price to £7.49 but use Quidco and you'll get 8p cashback :) It's amazing that two of these are cheaper than buying a 16gb Transcend card. Although I already have the 16gb version (which I find to be very reliable and very quick) I generally prefer to get small amounts just in case one does decide to pack up and you're then not left without a card to record on.

Looks like Amazon have done the same thing to. Thinking about it dont know if Amazon own this company or are just keeping a sharp eye.

Edited By: noddle36 on Nov 26, 2010 19:41

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