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32GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 4 £52.99 @ MyMemory
32GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 4 £52.99 @ MyMemory

32GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 4 £52.99 @ MyMemory

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£2 cheaper than the 7dayshop deal for a class 2 and £7 cheaper than the play.com of the same class 4.

Possibly £50.87 with quidco too, thanks EDEN188

These can also be used as an SDHC card by using the correct adaptor.

Mobile enthusiasts using the latest feature-rich mobile devices will be delighted with the introduction of the highest capacity micro SDHC available for storing longer music play-lists, more personal video content, and still have plenty of room for photographs.
Specification

Dimensions: .43” x .59” x .039” (11mm x 15mm x 1mm)
Operating Temperature: 0o to 60o C / 32o to 140o F
Storage Temperature: -20o to 85o C / -4o to 185o F

Please Note: Micro SDHC cards will not work in Micro SD devices but all Micro SD cards are compatible with Micro SDHC devices.

Warranty: 5 Years

* Class: Class 4
* Read Speed: 20MB/s
* Write Speed: 9MB/s

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if those are true read/write its pretty decent

Don't forget Quidco too.

depends how long you can wait.....prices dropping every week

effingandjeffing

depends how long you can wait.....prices dropping every week



i will wait as long as it takes for them to be sold in Poundland.

username123

i will wait as long as it takes for them to be sold in Poundland.



You'll probably be dead by then.

Wow, hot price. Certainly coming down.

Amazing memory onto such a small card must be close to full capacity will anyone ever fill it up??!!!
Remember the big 2 Mb floppy's?

darkspark88

You'll probably be dead by then.



sowotsdis

Amazing memory onto such a small card must be close to full capacity will … Amazing memory onto such a small card must be close to full capacity will anyone ever fill it up??!!!Remember the big 2 Mb floppy's?



32gigs is the max for SDHC compliant cards and devices. There's a newer SDXC standard out which promises up to 2terabytes I believe, but 32gigs on something half the size of a fingernail is mucho impressive.

I still remember being impressed with my capacious 340meg compact flash factor microdrive, which was about the size of a book of matches

My first HDD was 250 Mb and my sound was the system speaker, i asked Dad for a sound card one xmas and I remember getting a VGA card for a birthday, my first Voodoo card blew my eyes out the sockets, I remember shelling out this price for a 8mb Card!! and I was mighty impressed when I wrote my first CD-R, at the time i really wanted and Omega Zip Drive 100MB disks, wow..

Technology moves and moves and if moores law continues in 10 years we will see 32TB cards at this size or even smaller..

Man I remember the internet was just words with links to words!!
Edited by: "haritori" 30th Oct 2010

haritori

My first HDD was 250 Mb and my sound was the system speaker, i asked Dad … My first HDD was 250 Mb and my sound was the system speaker, i asked Dad for a sound card one xmas and I remember getting a VGA card for a birthday, my first Voodoo card blew my eyes out the sockets, I remember shelling out this price for a 8mb Card!! and I was mighty impressed when I wrote my first CD-R, at the time i really wanted and Omega Zip Drive 100MB disks, wow..Technology moves and moves and if moores law continues in 10 years we will see 32TB cards at this size or even smaller..Man I remember the internet was just words with links to words!!


Love this post.

Could i put one of these in my girlfriends Iphone 4 as it has a pretty poor amount of storage space .

good find
but i am waiting until xmas

Multi-terabyte SD prototype cards have been working fine in the R&D labs for the last 2 years or more.

Why have they stated that the memory card has a read/write speed of 20mb/9mb when a class 4 cars is not that fast.

* Class 0 - These cards do not specify performance, which includes all legacy cards prior to class specifications.
* Class 2 - Minimum of 2 MB/s performance. Lowest speed for SDHC cards.
* Class 4 - Minimum of 4 MB/s performance.
* Class 6 - Minimum of 6 MB/s performance.
* Class 10 - Minimum of 10 MB/s performance.

from

en.wikipedia.org/wik…tal

if u record 480p, can 24hrs of recording fit in it?? it can be a CCTV then....

MinerWilly

Could i put one of these in my girlfriends Iphone 4 as it has a pretty … Could i put one of these in my girlfriends Iphone 4 as it has a pretty poor amount of storage space .



Iphone 4 has poor storage space and u need a micro SD for that, are u sure???????
ur girlfriend may have a fake one then

MinerWilly

Could i put one of these in my girlfriends Iphone 4 as it has a pretty … Could i put one of these in my girlfriends Iphone 4 as it has a pretty poor amount of storage space .



I don't know if you are just bashing the iphone or if you are serious. You can't increase the storage on an iphone unless you sell a 16GB iphone and buy a 32GB iphone.

MinerWilly

Could i put one of these in my girlfriends Iphone 4 as it has a pretty … Could i put one of these in my girlfriends Iphone 4 as it has a pretty poor amount of storage space .



Apple does not want you to do that.
For a storage upgrade, they recommend you buy an iPhone with a higher storage capacity.
If you already have a 32GB iPhone, then you're out of luck.
Unless you switch from Apple to a phone manufacturer which (the vast majority), use microSD cards.

I guess the declared read write speeds are the peak speeds. The class indicates the slowest speed the card achieved in evaluation there for the class speed is worst case scenario.

techno79

I guess the declared read write speeds are the peak speeds. The class … I guess the declared read write speeds are the peak speeds. The class indicates the slowest speed the card achieved in evaluation there for the class speed is worst case scenario.

doesn't have to be peak speeds, could be average could be anything really - neither would affect the class rating.

BravoLima

Why have they stated that the memory card has a read/write speed of … Why have they stated that the memory card has a read/write speed of 20mb/9mb when a class 4 cars is not that fast.* Class 0 - These cards do not specify performance, which includes all legacy cards prior to class specifications.* Class 2 - Minimum of 2 MB/s performance. Lowest speed for SDHC cards.* Class 4 - Minimum of 4 MB/s performance.* Class 6 - Minimum of 6 MB/s performance.* Class 10 - Minimum of 10 MB/s performance.fromhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital



the class4 bit refers to the slowest rate the 20mb/9 is the fastest
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