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Class 10 4GB SD card for under 15 quid delivered @ MyMemory with vouchercode.
Class 10 4GB SD card for under 15 quid delivered @ MyMemory with vouchercode.

Class 10 4GB SD card for under 15 quid delivered @ MyMemory with vouchercode.

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Panasonic has launched the worlds first 'Class 10' series of SDHC cards. Class 10 is a new speed specification developed by the SD Card Association, it inherits the attributes of the current 'Class 6' line with further enhanced speed performance.

Please don't vote cold just because you can buy slower class cards for half the price, this is class 10 remember and some people need the extra speed. This is the cheapest I could find for this card, they are even going for over 20 quid on ebay from all the dealers.

This is my first time posting a deal, hope I don't botch it up!

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How many gb is it

4GB's innit.

Superstring;7327271

4GB's innit.



Ignore..mis-post

before you know it there will be class 100, i thought that was it they wont be able to do better but proven wrong

I'm pretty sure that the Sandisk EXTREME III SDHC SD card is actually faster, even though it's Class 6, and is available for about the same price... Good deal though.

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I'm pretty sure that the Sandisk EXTREME III SDHC SD card is actually … I'm pretty sure that the Sandisk EXTREME III SDHC SD card is actually faster, even though it's Class 6, and is available for about the same price... Good deal though.



Yes, I'm pretty sure you're right and it may be faster –can someone verify please.

As I remember all the companies got together and archaically agreed on the speed-class system and any cards faster than 6mb/sec, no matter how much faster would be a default Class 6 device. I understand they thought the upper limit of Class 6 would never be reached for several reasons, including the increasingly small factor for cards with time so would be redundant within ~10yrs, there are no devices planned that would use a faster speed (but as we all know most cards don’t steadily reach speeds advertised)… Hence I’m surprised this card is Class 10, I can easily believe it can reach 10mb/sec but are certain companies using poetic licence or is it non-genuine copy (i.e. fake but still good quality) product?

Class 6 and Class 10 specifications only refer to a constant speed of transfer rate that is required for video recording, for still cameras data is transferred in bursts, and uses a different standard to measure the speeds involved, as I recall there are now 30Mb/sec Extreme III SD cards as well as the older 20Mb/sec ones.
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