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256GB DSP Micro SD Memory Card (Class 10) - for £15.98 (Prime) / £20.47 (Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon
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256GB DSP Micro SD Memory Card (Class 10) - for £15.98 (Prime) / £20.47 (Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 28th Mar

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A lot of storage in this tiny micro SD card.

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  • Ideal for upgrading the storage space for photos and videos
  • SDXC Class 10 memory card
  • SD card with tested quality
  • Certified according to the UHS-I standard
  • GTIN: 4051557480803
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It's cheap but... Dsp? I think I'll pay a bit more and stick with a reputable brand. Sometimes cheap isn't worth the risk.
cold from me i wouldn't want to risk my data photos etc with a pretty unknown brand name from China
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This is a really good price, voted hot!
Crazy price for this
I have been telling ''I can't get things delivered'' #lockdown , Heat @idontflycathay Found these are well reviewed cards.
Heated. Just buy this won't last long. Discuss later.
Edit : Gone now, Congratulations whoever got it.
Edited by: "Brutes" 28th Mar
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It's cheap but... Dsp? I think I'll pay a bit more and stick with a reputable brand. Sometimes cheap isn't worth the risk.
cold from me i wouldn't want to risk my data photos etc with a pretty unknown brand name from China
Who is DSP? Are they any good?
Won’t add to basket
Will this work on nintendo switch?
Gone
Don't waste your money on this.
I seem to have bought the last one. It did say "one left" I've missed out on so many deals in the last couple of days (1404, the Braun shaver), so while many were hum hah-ing (like I did with the Braun 9000 shaver for £25) that it wasn't a name make (a German company getting their stuff made in China isn't a rarity. Even tool makers do it) and I'll be using this in my Samsung S2 tablet, replacing the 256gb Lexar (also made in China, remember !) which I'll use elsewhere !
Edited by: "PhilK" 28th Mar
Anyone who was "lucky enough" to score one, good luck actually getting 256gb capacity without a hacked card overreporting Write instances
PhilK28/03/2020 10:37

I seem to have bought the last one. It did say "one left" I've missed …I seem to have bought the last one. It did say "one left" I've missed out on so many deals in the last couple of days (1404, the Braun shaver), so while many were hum hah-ing (like I did with the Braun 9000 shaver for £25) that it wasn't a name make (a German company getting their stuff made in China isn't a rarity. Even tool makers do it) and I'll be using this in my Samsung S2 tablet, replacing the 256gb Lexar (also made in China, remember !) which I'll use elsewhere !


No my pi will go hungry without
DaveRolfe28/03/2020 10:45

Anyone who was "lucky enough" to score one, good luck actually getting …Anyone who was "lucky enough" to score one, good luck actually getting 256gb capacity without a hacked card overreporting Write instances


Making an awful lot of predictions with no experience of the brand.
PhilK28/03/2020 10:37

I seem to have bought the last one. It did say "one left" I've missed …I seem to have bought the last one. It did say "one left" I've missed out on so many deals in the last couple of days (1404, the Braun shaver), so while many were hum hah-ing (like I did with the Braun 9000 shaver for £25) that it wasn't a name make (a German company getting their stuff made in China isn't a rarity. Even tool makers do it) and I'll be using this in my Samsung S2 tablet, replacing the 256gb Lexar (also made in China, remember !) which I'll use elsewhere !


You're replacing your lexar 256gb with this DSP 256gb microsd card... None of my business but curious as to why?
I can only think of speed? Or perceived reliability?
Lol
Edited by: "SudarshanaVinod" 28th Mar
Krs-won28/03/2020 09:47

It's cheap but... Dsp? I think I'll pay a bit more and stick with a …It's cheap but... Dsp? I think I'll pay a bit more and stick with a reputable brand. Sometimes cheap isn't worth the risk.


I agree I wouldn't use an unknown either, but Micro SD cards are flimsy long term in general, be it Sandisk, Lexar, Samsung. Should always backup anything you don't want to lose because the card will end up corrupted.
Edited by: "Deetea" 28th Mar
PhilK28/03/2020 10:49

Making an awful lot of predictions with no experience of the brand.


Does ANYBODY have experience of that brand? The common practice is to take a small microSD, flash it with firmware so that it reads as massive amounts of storage and tricks any device into believing the write is actually working, when in truth data is merely overwritten within the small capacity the card actually has. Same tactics on ebay and Wish etc, only "stock" a few, bag a bunch of dingbats who won;t get a refund because they then delete the posting, and or the sellers account, ergo no refund can be chased up.
Do some damn research before calling people out.
You bought one? Run it through CrytalDiskMark, H2Testw or any other broadly available app to test it's validity, then try and claim your refund. Or, just be my guest and go and buy a 256gb for £12 from Wish, and feel just a dumb
DaveRolfe28/03/2020 12:11

Does ANYBODY have experience of that brand? The common practice is to take …Does ANYBODY have experience of that brand? The common practice is to take a small microSD, flash it with firmware so that it reads as massive amounts of storage and tricks any device into believing the write is actually working, when in truth data is merely overwritten within the small capacity the card actually has. Same tactics on ebay and Wish etc, only "stock" a few, bag a bunch of dingbats who won;t get a refund because they then delete the posting, and or the sellers account, ergo no refund can be chased up.Do some damn research before calling people out. You bought one? Run it through CrytalDiskMark, H2Testw or any other broadly available app to test it's validity, then try and claim your refund. Or, just be my guest and go and buy a 256gb for £12 from Wish, and feel just a dumb


Actually if you'd bothered to make an effort theres plenty of reviews on net and overall no worse than major brands.
And yes, Amazon have some questionable brands with reviews of one star - not applicable here.
And as for Crystal mark and H2test - don't assume you're the only one who knows about these Ive been using Crystal Mark for years, mainly on USB's to see their write speed.
You are still commenting "with authority" on something you have no experience of
Edited by: "PhilK" 28th Mar
I had no authority, claimed or assumed, just very doubtful. Brand doesn't matter, anyway, when you can print what you want. I merely want to advise people to stay away from deal that look to good to be true, and that deal sure as hell does. Amazon don;t protect their consumers testing other sellers products, so good luck if you feel safe buying something like this under such circumstances, Mr Expert
i got a 64gb dsp the other week and the speeds are pretty good
Got mine today and while it’s the full capacity, it’s slower than a flat ball rolling uphill.
Edited by: "migavupe" 2nd Apr
migavupe02/04/2020 00:01

Got mine today and while it’s the full capacity, it’s slower than a flat ba …Got mine today and while it’s the full capacity, it’s slower than a flat ball rolling uphill.



Speak as you find, of course - but mines no different speed wise to the Lexar it's replaced (which is now in my new Fiio MP3 player)
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