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Kingston 2GB MicroSD Secure Digital Memory Card delivered for £14
Kingston 2GB MicroSD Secure Digital Memory Card delivered for £14

Kingston 2GB MicroSD Secure Digital Memory Card delivered for £14

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Anyways, someone posted a play.com deal recently for a Sandisk MicroSD for £15. Well here's one from Kingston for £14! Don't know about the difference but for 2gb it's an ok deal. Thanks goes to emmajk42 for leading me to the website with the 2gb miniSD one.

Capacity 2GB
Standardized complies with SD card specification standards
Versatile when combined with the included adapter, can be used as a full-size SD card
Interoperable with SD slot via SD adapter
Dimensions .43 x .59 x .039 (11mm x 15mm x 1mm)
Operating Temperature -13º F to 185º F (-25º C to 85 º C)
Storage Temperature -40º F to 185º F (-40º C to 85º C)
Weight 0.04 lbs (1.41g)
Ultra-Portable extremely small footprint design
Guaranteed lifetime warranty

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Price is OK, but Kingston is not the best brand so £1 more for SanDisk seems to be a better deal.
I've just bought PDA for my missus so I'm looking for one of those as well and I'm going to buy SanDisk... We do have around 10 different SanDisk mem cards (SD ULTRAII, MMC, CF) and no problems whatsoever!
Plus you can buy SanDisk ULTRAII in similar price
Please be aware: ON EBAY you can buy mem cards MUCH more cheaper- but in most cases they will be fake... (seen 3 already).

Cheers
Chris

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Regular Sansisk microSD cards are not the best, you need the ultra II cards to get the speeds that the regular Kingston microDS cards ( if its made in Japan) achieve.
Kingston give a lifetime warranty . There is no reason to choose the SandisK over the cheaper Kingston.

With memory you cannot generalise that one brand is better than another ( it depends on the specific card/module as they don't always manufacture their own cards ).

Hang on - I bought the Sandisk 2gb and adapter for 11.99 on Amazon last week. Unless this item can make your dinner and fetch a beer from the fridge it gets a cold vote from me.

but did you post it here?
Good price imo.

sicknote

Hang on - I bought the Sandisk 2gb and adapter for 11.99 on Amazon last … Hang on - I bought the Sandisk 2gb and adapter for 11.99 on Amazon last week. Unless this item can make your dinner and fetch a beer from the fridge it gets a cold vote from me.


I can't seem to find your AMAZING deal posted here though.

sicknote

Hang on - I bought the Sandisk 2gb and adapter for 11.99 on Amazon last … Hang on - I bought the Sandisk 2gb and adapter for 11.99 on Amazon last week. Unless this item can make your dinner and fetch a beer from the fridge it gets a cold vote from me.



Are you sure you don't mean the miniSD - there's a difference...

emmajk42, he probably bought normal SD cards. I very much doubt he bought 2gb micro SD cards at that price.

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I think some people are getting confused with microSD and miniSD (as well as with normal SD?!). Heck, I sometimes think mini is the micro (that's how I got to the emmajk42 miniSD deal, thinking it's the micro. How idiotic I was lol).

'product not found' from the link given and can't find it listed under SD cards either...maybe expired

mx2.co.uk/def…2GB

£13.69 including delivery for Sandisk 2GB MicroSD. I agree with Simes about regular Sandisk ones not being particularly fast though.

Ordered one last week, I can confirm they had Kingston taiwanese stock.
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