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200gb SanDisk micro sd, instore and delivery £59.99 Argos, £5 gift card.
200gb SanDisk micro sd, instore and delivery £59.99 Argos, £5 gift card.

200gb SanDisk micro sd, instore and delivery £59.99 Argos, £5 gift card.

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Seems a pretty good price compared to elsewhere. Plentiful stock at various stores. Delivery is apparently £3.99.

£5 gift card for spending over £50, buy two (or anything else costing £40.01) and get a £10 voucher.

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damn daniel

good card, managed to bag mine for £50

If you need a lot of storage, you're better off buying two cards and getting the £10 money off voucher.

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supermann

If you need a lot of storage, you're better off buying two cards and … If you need a lot of storage, you're better off buying two cards and getting the £10 money off voucher.


That's a fair point, forgot about the voucher offers, will add it.

Better off buying one and using the £5 voucher to buy the second. £5 less cash spent.

How on earth do they get so much memory onto such a tiny little card???
I find it absolutely amazing.
Edited by: "Gazmando" 5th Nov 2016

It's because the 256GB one are just about to launch so this isn't the 'biggest' any more. 128GB did me fine, then my S7 died so not much use now. Loaded all my Android tablets with 128s. Still a great price for 200GB, one of the best I've seen (but still not optimal in £/GB stakes vs 128).
Edited by: "plewis00" 5th Nov 2016

Gazmando

How on earth do they get so much memory onto such a tiny little card???I … How on earth do they get so much memory onto such a tiny little card???I find it absolutely amazing.



With manufacturing improvements they can shrink the transistors and pack more into the same space which means more memory or with processors more cores, more features etc. It's staggering how much technology has moved on, in 2002 ATi released the ground breaking 9700 pro which with 110 million transistors was the most complex GPU every produced. This year Nvidia released a new iteration of their flagship Titan graphics card with 12 billion transistors.

Should be £30 by now. It's been out for ages and unlike last time there are several different manufacturers offering a bigger 256gb card.

What I mean is compare how much 128gb cost say a year ago compared to 200gb. You could pick up a 128gb one for about 30 quid then I think. The problem is the 128gb cards haven't really come down much in price since then.
Edited by: "supermann" 7th Nov 2016

The problem with this card is the write speed is atrocious. you start off nicely. but end up with 1mb or less transfer speed.
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