Kingston 8GB Micro SD HC - Class 4 with SD Adapter £3.75 @ Amazon Marketplace (Stamford Components)
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Kingston 8GB Micro SD HC - Class 4 with SD Adapter £3.75 @ Amazon Marketplace (Stamford Components)

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Found 20th Feb 2012Made hot 21st Feb 2012
These are getting cheaper and cheaper! Just bought a couple of these in the hope of grabbing a RPi soon. These come with the full SD card adapter, and have free shipping! Enjoy all

Here is a direct link, as the deal button goes to the first generic seller for the item:

amazon.co.uk/Kin…0X4

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This has been up two or three times in the last week or so

Ordered many thanks. No excuses at this price. Cheers!

Just had two of these delivered from last weeks offer. Great price.

Thanks for posting! I know this sort of price isn't that hard to find but your post kicked me in to gear to actually order rather than keep putting it off and then kicking myself whenever I actually need one.

5p more from My Memory at Amazon - much better retailer reviews (1% negative reviews in last month instead of 5%).

This retailer shouldn't be allowed according to HUKD guidelines.

Ordered, heat added. Why wouldnt this retailer be allowed?

£3.75 for a 8gb card, no brainer if your looking one.

Good find!

But don't tell everyone about the RPi ! They're only making 10,000 in the first batch ....

KiNG

£3.75 for a 8gb card, no brainer if your looking one.



'you're'

I got a couple of glass 10 8gb cards for £4 each but class 10 cards dont work well with rpi apparently so got a couple of these.

Seriously though chances of geting rpi are very slim for a good while I would think, the demand is huge for them.

I went for My memory reputable company used loads before.
Edited by: "alera" 21st Feb 2012

sleepless

Ordered, heat added. Why wouldnt this retailer be allowed?



Because they only have 92% positive feedback - the threshold is supposedly 97% [according to site mods] at which a retailer is accepted. There are sellers who sell the same product for 5p more who have 98% positive feedback - to me its a no-brainer that they should be preferable to this retailer.


Can this be used for a Samsung Galaxy S?

Original Poster

Mista

Can this be used for a Samsung Galaxy S?



Should work fine in an SGS

Original Poster

alera

I got a couple of glass 10 8gb cards for £4 each but class 10 cards dont … I got a couple of glass 10 8gb cards for £4 each but class 10 cards dont work well with rpi apparently so got a couple of these.Seriously though chances of geting rpi are very slim for a good while I would think, the demand is huge for them.I went for My memory reputable company used loads before.



This is what happened to me, I already bought a 32GB Class 10, then read the issue the RPi has with Class 10 cards lol, thought I'd plonk some cash on a couple of these, was surprised how cheap they are now. I remember when they used to cost around £20-30 back in the day *sigh*
Edited by: "jpxdude" 21st Feb 2012

jpxdude

Should work fine in an SGS



Cheers

£3.79 now :P

I'll probably just wait until the RPi comes out before getting one...

They are clearing stock though what if all the cheap cards are gone by then ?

npo

£3.79 now :PI'll probably just wait until the RPi comes out before … £3.79 now :PI'll probably just wait until the RPi comes out before getting one...




WTF is an RPi ? lol

Original Poster

shootomanUK

WTF is an RPi ? lol



raspberrypi.org - £20 Linux machine lol

my camera takes a sd card. its a fujifilm AX something. (standard camera). if i bought this would it work in my camera?

my camera takes a sd card. its a fujifilm AX something. (standard camera). if i bought this would it work in my camera?

and what does it mean by class 4?????

Original Poster

Reecapp

my camera takes a sd card. its a fujifilm AX something. (standard … my camera takes a sd card. its a fujifilm AX something. (standard camera). if i bought this would it work in my camera?



Yes it will work, since this comes with the SD adapter. Class 4 is the speed rating of the SD card, and relates more to write speeds. To be honest when it comes to cameras, this will be fine for a snapshot, but if you are doing more pro stuff, you would probably want something faster, like a Class 10 to improve performance.
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