Kingston Canvas Select Plus 128GB microSDXC A1,Class 10, UHS-I, speeds up to 100 MB/s + Adapter for £11.99 @ Base (Other variants in OP)
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Kingston Canvas Select Plus 128GB microSDXC A1,Class 10, UHS-I, speeds up to 100 MB/s + Adapter for £11.99 @ Base (Other variants in OP)

£11.99£13.4911% Free P&P FreeBase.com Deals
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Posted 31st JulEdited by:"Brutes"
Write speed on these is around 20-25 MB/s (Personally tested on CrystalDiskMark)

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Kingston’s Canvas Select Plus microSD is compatible with Android devices and designed with A1-rated performance.
3516619.jpg It offers improved speed and capacity for loading apps faster and capturing images and videos in multiple capacities up to 512 GB1. Powerful in performance, speed and durability, the Canvas Select Plus microSD is designed for reliability when shooting and developing high-resolution photos or filming and editing full HD videos. Kingston Canvas cards are tested to be durable in the harshest environments and conditions so you can take them anywhere with confidence that your photos, videos and files will be protected. Available with a lifetime warranty.

  • Faster speeds — Class 10 UHS-I speeds up to 100 MB/s.
  • Optimized for use with Android devices — Improved performance when used with an Android smartphone or tablet.
  • Multiple capacities — Up to 512 GB to store all your memorable photos and videos.
  • Durable — For your peace of mind, the card has been extensively tested and proven to be waterproof, temperature proof, shock and vibration proof and X-ray proof.
  • Lifetime Warranty


Other variants and Multipack :

64GB- £6.99

2 X 64GB - £11.99

3 X 64GB - £16.99

2X 32GB - £6.99

3 X 32GB - £9.99


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Recommended for a Nintendo Switch?
Dice631/07/2020 20:26

Recommended for a Nintendo Switch?


O got this last week and it works fine. Paid £13.50 and thought that was a good price
Bargain and hot!
1,6% Quidco.
@Brutes@Fergout

Much obliged gents, thanks for the responses. Let's get cramming that Switch!
Dice631/07/2020 22:03

@Brutes @Fergout Much obliged gents, thanks for the responses. Let's get …@Brutes @Fergout Much obliged gents, thanks for the responses. Let's get cramming that Switch!


Sure, Glad to be helpful.
Got a question if anyone can help. I used to work in IT, yet i'm beyond help when it comes to Android. It's only this year that i stopped using my Windows Lumia 930

I've been searching around for something mostly for storing pictures on, but i've noticed the "A" rated cards can be used for improved app performance. Googling says it's a sign of high i/ops. How exactly does this work? I've got a Samsung A5, and flicking through the promotional website for it last night, i noticed it specifically says SD storage can only be used for media, and not applications. Does that mean the phone's incompatible with the whole "improved app performance" thing from A rated cards? Or is it simply that application data is stored on the phone as normal, but that it uses the SD card as a form of memory for loading and running the app?
Cheers was jsut looking for one for GDEMU
Any good for Mavic pro drone?
i need 128 GB for new dashacam nextbase 622GW original cost over 49 pound with higher quality for recordimg nextbase...is this good for dashacam or not?
Any good for the TP link Tapo C200 Camera
victory198201/08/2020 04:35

i need 128 GB for new dashacam nextbase 622GW original cost over 49 pound …i need 128 GB for new dashacam nextbase 622GW original cost over 49 pound with higher quality for recordimg nextbase...is this good for dashacam or not?


Ideally you would want a high endurance card for something like a dash cam, however, if you’re not going to be using it for business purposes then this will be fine.
Is this OK for Samsung s20
EllEzDee01/08/2020 00:44

Got a question if anyone can help. I used to work in IT, yet i'm beyond …Got a question if anyone can help. I used to work in IT, yet i'm beyond help when it comes to Android. It's only this year that i stopped using my Windows Lumia 930 :(I've been searching around for something mostly for storing pictures on, but i've noticed the "A" rated cards can be used for improved app performance. Googling says it's a sign of high i/ops. How exactly does this work? I've got a Samsung A5, and flicking through the promotional website for it last night, i noticed it specifically says SD storage can only be used for media, and not applications. Does that mean the phone's incompatible with the whole "improved app performance" thing from A rated cards? Or is it simply that application data is stored on the phone as normal, but that it uses the SD card as a form of memory for loading and running the app?


It just means when you are installing apps from the Google Play Store these will only be stored on the internal storage on the phone. It is still possible that these apps will then store their own data on the SD card. The internal storage in general will be best anyway so I wouldn't pay too much attention to this. The key thing with apps only going onto the internal storage is making sure you have enough internal storage to install all the apps that you want. Looking it app an A5 comes with 32GB storage which is ample for the vast majority of people.
So heres the thing when I see these deals, other than the memory size I have no idea what the difference is between all of these. I havs a go pro (yet to be used) and I can honestly say I cant work out whether to buy this for it or not
flashjmp01/08/2020 01:15

Any good for Mavic pro drone?


No. You want a SanDisk Extreme (Red & Gold) for no warnings and reliability.
Do these work well with nintendo switch?
Ordered
victory198201/08/2020 04:35

i need 128 GB for new dashacam nextbase 622GW original cost over 49 pound …i need 128 GB for new dashacam nextbase 622GW original cost over 49 pound with higher quality for recordimg nextbase...is this good for dashacam or not?



You should use a high endurance card for constant writing....transcend-info.com/Pro…993
seancharles01/08/2020 12:32

So heres the thing when I see these deals, other than the memory size I …So heres the thing when I see these deals, other than the memory size I have no idea what the difference is between all of these. I havs a go pro (yet to be used) and I can honestly say I cant work out whether to buy this for it or not


for GO Pro, Sandisk Extremes ranges are always recommended. So, look out for U3 rated card like :
Check this out (Link)
Mace01/08/2020 08:41

Any good for the TP link Tapo C200 Camera


Yes, it will be. However, HIgh Endurance card LIKE THIS (LINK)are recommended for loop recording. Which has longer life than other regular ones.
EllEzDee01/08/2020 00:44

Got a question if anyone can help. I used to work in IT, yet i'm beyond …Got a question if anyone can help. I used to work in IT, yet i'm beyond help when it comes to Android. It's only this year that i stopped using my Windows Lumia 930 :(I've been searching around for something mostly for storing pictures on, but i've noticed the "A" rated cards can be used for improved app performance. Googling says it's a sign of high i/ops. How exactly does this work? I've got a Samsung A5, and flicking through the promotional website for it last night, i noticed it specifically says SD storage can only be used for media, and not applications. Does that mean the phone's incompatible with the whole "improved app performance" thing from A rated cards? Or is it simply that application data is stored on the phone as normal, but that it uses the SD card as a form of memory for loading and running the app?


It's a confusing environment as different manufacturers have different specifications when is comes to SD card support. You need hardware & software support. There are 2 main ways an SD card can be used in an android device - Internal or portable storage.

Portable as the name suggest allows the card to be removed and inserted into another device - handy for photo-frames or printers. Only since Android "lollipop" have developers had the choice to store apps & app data here, but only if they enable it (Google Play Music as an example), unfortunately not all apps support being run from this location so support varies from app to app (the play store does not automatically install applications to portable formats)

Internal is designed to be used as an extension of Androids internal storage space and as a result it will encrypt it to the device it's in - this is the main reason why certain manufacturers prevent it's use as an additional install location - it can wear out the card and increase delays in performance.

I think you may be confusing memory with storage. The easiest way to explain the difference is memory is a temporary location applications use to store working data - the contents are lost when the device is powered off. Storage on the other hand remains when the device is powered off - you can also consider it as the area you store your data - such as music, videos & pictures.
seancharles01/08/2020 12:32

So heres the thing when I see these deals, other than the memory size I …So heres the thing when I see these deals, other than the memory size I have no idea what the difference is between all of these. I havs a go pro (yet to be used) and I can honestly say I cant work out whether to buy this for it or not


It depends on the device, although the faster cards will work fine in a slower device, the reverse is not true (well it will work, but a reduction in performance will be noticed). A terrible analogy is a motorway (your GoPro) and the vehicles travelling on it determine the speed. This device is like a push bike, not much use on a motorway...
The Class is a rating that the card minimally meets, so Class 10 means the card meets at least a 10MB/s speed (push bike speeds in my analogy). Unfortunately by the time manufacturers agreed on labelling devices with the Class speeds (2, 4, 6 & 10) faster cards had been made so manufacturers decided to create a new metric to measure these faster cards with. They used V ratings, the V standing for video which was designed to help consumers pick the right card! V10 is equivalent to Class 10 speeds, so if you are going to use your card for video you want to look with something at least rated to V10 (The best currently being V90, which gives 90MB/s). U ratings where used as well, U1 being the equivalent to Class 10 & U3 being equivalen to V30, however those settings where dropped in favour of the V rating.
Yes it is a confusing market!
deblod31/07/2020 21:17

1,6% Quidco.


3.3% now. Not that it makes much difference on these purchases
victory198201/08/2020 04:35

i need 128 GB for new dashacam nextbase 622GW original cost over 49 pound …i need 128 GB for new dashacam nextbase 622GW original cost over 49 pound with higher quality for recordimg nextbase...is this good for dashacam or not?


Im looking for one too, my old card gave up after 1 year of use only to be told that i need an endurance card for dashcams
victory198201/08/2020 04:35

i need 128 GB for new dashacam nextbase 622GW original cost over 49 pound …i need 128 GB for new dashacam nextbase 622GW original cost over 49 pound with higher quality for recordimg nextbase...is this good for dashacam or not?



atifprince02/08/2020 09:54

Im looking for one too, my old card gave up after 1 year of use only to be …Im looking for one too, my old card gave up after 1 year of use only to be told that i need an endurance card for dashcams


Here're few that is at good price now, Make sure the Capacity is compatible with your device:
Sandisk HIgh Endurance - 128GB- £18.99 @ Amazon
Sandisk HIgh Endurance - 128GB- £18.39 @ Picstop (If you don't have Amazon Prime)
Sandisk HIgh Endurance - 64GB - £10.99 @ Picstop
the 3 64GB works out best deal IMHO - but i ordered both that and 128GB Thanks OP!
that link takes you to this price £14.99
colm_mcerlain04/08/2020 22:19

that link takes you to this price £14.99


Might have been, it's now back to the deal price again if you're still after it. Apologies for the late reply.
Edited by: "Brutes" 6th Aug
i ordered and now doesnt work with nextbase 622GW there need order U3 memory card for 50 pound original from nextbase...then all set cost me with instal over 400 pound lol
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