64GB Transcend Premium microSDHC Class 10 UHS-I SD Card £17.75 @ Amazon
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64GB Transcend Premium microSDHC Class 10 UHS-I SD Card £17.75 @ Amazon

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Found 4th Apr 2015
not much to say reviews give this good read and write speeds

Pick frustration free packaging or standard packaging, both should come with an adapter (it mentions one for both).

EDIT
Minor price drop from £17.99 to £17.75 and standard packaging now the same price as frustration free.

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Perhaps the 128gb cards are about to drop in price? I read there's a 200gb card about to be released?

definition

Perhaps the 128gb cards are about to drop in price? I read there's a … Perhaps the 128gb cards are about to drop in price? I read there's a 200gb card about to be released?


There is but it's ridiculously expensive so may not impact the pricing of smaller cards at all.

Darn just got this today retail packed via Amazon - MyMemory for £19.75

These 64GB cards and storage have been hanging on the £20 area for some time, don't expect to see 128GB falling soon but I would like to see them on par pound per gig. fingers crossed for £38-£45 for high speed branded 128GB cards soon, but don't hold your breath for a few months.

I have this in my surface pro - it is FAST!

Thanks OP, just what I needed.

Cheers.

The big question, is it better than the SanDisk in any respects?

Bookmarking for later

Good price used it for Sometimes and served me extremely well. Purchased it for 30 quid back then

definition

Perhaps the 128gb cards are about to drop in price? I read there's a … Perhaps the 128gb cards are about to drop in price? I read there's a 200gb card about to be released?



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definition

Perhaps the 128gb cards are about to drop in price? I read there's a … Perhaps the 128gb cards are about to drop in price? I read there's a 200gb card about to be released?



I got the 128gb of this in gold (UHS-3) on Amazon.de for under £45 few weeks back..

Just picked up 2 of these using Flubit for £30.55.
Bargain.

Thanks for the headsup OP.

Will this work for a Dashcam - mini 0805? I'm finding the 16gb internal storage is a bit on the small side. Voted hot, great price

What kind of premium do Apple charge for 64gb?

Have some heat - I wonder why the full size SD card is only £3 and this same spec (albeit smaller format) is £17.99...

Just gone down by 24p to £17.75, just as I was going through the checkout as well. Nice.

anyone used this on a samsung note 4?

Fantastic deal! Picked up 2 for £17.75 each! Worth noting that the price is available on both frustration free, and standard now. With standard, you also get the SD adapter free.

I wonder whether Flubit will come through with this one...for once!

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jpxdude

Fantastic deal! Picked up 2 for £17.75 each! Worth noting that the price … Fantastic deal! Picked up 2 for £17.75 each! Worth noting that the price is available on both frustration free, and standard now. With standard, you also get the SD adapter free.



That is good news, and from the Amazon page both come with an adapter... Atleast hats my interpretation

I'd like to get a 128gb card but then at the same time a lot of the devices I'd put it in don't 'officially' support more than 64gb.

Banned

aLV426

Have some heat - I wonder why the full size SD card is only £3 and this … Have some heat - I wonder why the full size SD card is only £3 and this same spec (albeit smaller format) is £17.99...



Pretty sure that 64gb SD cards are not £3 yet...
The SD equivalent of this is actually more money, not less (on Amazon)

Just noticed the 128GB version for £47.99, that's almost tempting.

cheers

Ta, purchased and heated!

Nice

Which one's better this or samsung evo for extra £1? Thanks
Edited by: "ather7851" 4th Apr 2015

Read great reviews, hot from me!

Is this actually 64GB SDHC? I thought SDHC only goes up to 32GB and everything above is SDXC.

I can think of no reason whatsoever I would want one of these.

So I bought 2. Can't resist a bargain. *shakes fist at HUKD*

SanTokiMTB

Pretty sure that 64gb SD cards are not £3 yet... :DThe SD equivalent of … Pretty sure that 64gb SD cards are not £3 yet... :DThe SD equivalent of this is actually more money, not less (on Amazon)Just noticed the 128GB version for £47.99, that's almost tempting.


hotukdeals.com/dea…126

is there any difference/downside to using a mciro sd card+adapter vs a full size sd card for a camera?

bought it. dont know if I need it!

Regards SDcards this is an interesting post

What's holding the manufacturers back is a lack of reliable high-density … What's holding the manufacturers back is a lack of reliable high-density NAND Flash memory and the constraints of the SDXC formfactor. The highest density technology is Samsung's TLC-NAND which stores 3 bits per memory cell but the write endurance is only a few thousand cycles at best. This is not the kind of technology that a manufacturer that sells high-quality products wants to go near.The SD and SDHC specifications only allow up to 32 GB of capacity. It may be logically possible to go beyond this, but it's a breach of specification to do so, which will make many manufacturers reluctant. The SDXC specification allows for capacities up to 2TB, but this doesn't mean that devices of this capacity can be manufactured at this time.The only company in that list that actually produces the NAND Flash that is used in its own products is Lexar, and that's because they're owned by Micron. They produce MLC NAND up to 1 terabit, but it only comes in an LBGA formfactor that's fine to use for SSDs but too big to use for memory cards. They would need to arrange 8 of them to reach a 1 terabyte capacity. Instead, they probably use 8 of their 256 gigabit chips which have a more compact footprint and are suitable for configuration within the SDXC formfactors.Furthermore, reading and writing 4K video requires massive amounts of device bandwidth that is only achievable through reasonably powerful storage controllers. Reducing the number of storage controllers or complexity of the storage controller may make room for additional memory, but may also reduce the device's IO capabilities below an acceptable threshold.


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Edited by: "definition" 5th Apr 2015

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Is this actually 64GB SDHC? I thought SDHC only goes up to 32GB and … Is this actually 64GB SDHC? I thought SDHC only goes up to 32GB and everything above is SDXC.



It's an SDXC!!!!

would this work on a sony z3?

mittyon_

would this work on a sony z3?



Why wouldn't it?

rev6

Why wouldn't it?



I just know sony are funny with what cards can be used on other devices like the Vita....

mittyon_

I just know sony are funny with what cards can be used on other devices … I just know sony are funny with what cards can be used on other devices like the Vita....



Ahh that's different. They did that so you had to buy their own memory cards. If they do the same with their phones I wouldn't buy from them

rev6

Ahh that's different. They did that so you had to buy their own memory … Ahh that's different. They did that so you had to buy their own memory cards. If they do the same with their phones I wouldn't buy from them



sweet. I just got the z3 last week and loving. best phone I've had

I have no use for this card but still want one...
Could put one in the tablet or phone. I know it will just sit there but still want one. DAMN YOU HUKD!

smohmed

anyone used this on a samsung note 4?



It will work just fine.
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