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Lexar 64GB High Performance Micro SDXC UHS-I U1 Card 300x - 45MB/s £15 delivered @ MyMemory using code
Lexar 64GB High Performance Micro SDXC UHS-I U1 Card 300x - 45MB/s £15 delivered @ MyMemory using code

Lexar 64GB High Performance Micro SDXC UHS-I U1 Card 300x - 45MB/s £15 delivered @ MyMemory using code

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Ideal for tablets, phones or even the Ninty Switch - use code SWITCH20 at checkout/basket - Very good reviews also, currently around £5 more elsewhere

Do more with your tablet, GoPro or smartphone. Lexar High-Performance 300x microSDHC / microSDXC UHS-I cards make it easy to quickly capture, playback and transfer 1080p full-HD, 3D and 4K video, as well as the highest-quality movies, photos and songs.

The cards leverage UHS-I technology to deliver high-speed, Class 10 performance up to 300x (45MB/s), and include an SD adapter for easy file transfer. These premium memory solutions give you the speed and space you need to enjoy more of your favourite multimedia on the go.

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The SDXC cards are not supported by the Nintendo switch yet

is this a good bang for buck price for a card that size? anyone know good prices for 128gb ones?

crippsy1701

The SDXC cards are not supported by the Nintendo switch yet



It looks like the Nintendo Switch does accept microSDXC according to their website.

nintendo.com/swi…es/
Edited by: "mymemory" 8th Mar

If you use it in a camera that only takes full sized sd cards, will the adapter create much slow down to the save process?

Original Poster SuperEd

crippsy1701

The SDXC cards are not supported by the Nintendo switch yet



Yes they are

http://i.imgur.com/0zhKTDZ.png

uni

is this a good bang for buck price for a card that size? anyone know good … is this a good bang for buck price for a card that size? anyone know good prices for 128gb ones?



I got a 128gb a few months back for around £25. So it's not bad value, and it's a good speed class.

This is UHS-1, so the price is okay but nothing special. These cards do get pretty good reviews from what I recall though.

nice, i think 5% quidco too

I'd go with a 128GB card. It'll appreciate in value more.
Edited by: "supermann" 8th Mar

crippsy1701

The SDXC cards are not supported by the Nintendo switch yet


SDXC is supported by every device on the planet that has a hole for it and was released in 2017. Never write this nonsense again.

stanlenin

SDXC is supported by every device on the planet that has a hole for it … SDXC is supported by every device on the planet that has a hole for it and was released in 2017. Never write this nonsense again.



As the standard was only released in 2009 I strongly doubt that.
Edited by: "supermann" 8th Mar

Is this any good for a GoPro?

goonertillidie

Yes they are



I read that the port to enable the use of memory cards was not activated yet and would need to be via an update that would happen to be around the same time as Nintendo launched its branded memory cards here in the UK. That is why no game over the actual internal memory size (32GB around 25GB with OS on it) has been released on the dashboard.

k1ngchr15

I got a 128gb a few months back for around £25. So it's not bad value, … I got a 128gb a few months back for around £25. So it's not bad value, and it's a good speed class.



Where was that buddy?

steve1221

If you use it in a camera that only takes full sized sd cards, will the … If you use it in a camera that only takes full sized sd cards, will the adapter create much slow down to the save process?


As far as I can tell the adapters just have wiring to the pads. I've not noticed any degradation when using them.
But someone else may know better.

Still waiting on a good price for a UHS-3 64GB card. The Switch release certainly has inflated SD prices all of a sudden.

pjlhot

As far as I can tell the adapters just have wiring to the pads. I've not … As far as I can tell the adapters just have wiring to the pads. I've not noticed any degradation when using them.But someone else may know better.



Having taken them apart, yes it is just a wire to wire connection for the adapters.
It's so annoying that (some) adapters are so tempermental when they are just passive connections. Good idea to keep one or two from a few different brands just to be safe if you often need to adapt to a full SD slot...

supermann

As the standard was only released in 2009 I strongly doubt that.



You might want to read what he actually wrote

excellent!! cheers!!

Is this any good for GoPro?

crippsy1701

The SDXC cards are not supported by the Nintendo switch yet



Day one patch sorted that i believe.

Bully

Day one patch sorted that i believe.



Yes just checked and day one patch sorted this issue , wow am used to having to wait ages for a fix - fair play.
Am just glad that some one else knew what I was referring to as some on here just assume because there is a slot it should automatically work.

stanlenin

SDXC is supported by every device on the planet that has a hole for it … SDXC is supported by every device on the planet that has a hole for it and was released in 2017. Never write this nonsense again.



Obviously you have no idea what I am referring too -just because there is a port doesn't mean that is enabled.
The port on the Nintendo switch for the memory card was dispatched disabled and could only be used once a patch was released , so please never write about something you have no clue about.

Nice deal

crippsy1701

Obviously you have no idea what I am referring too -just because there is … Obviously you have no idea what I am referring too -just because there is a port doesn't mean that is enabled.The port on the Nintendo switch for the memory card was dispatched disabled and could only be used once a patch was released , so please never write about something you have no clue about.



You are not arguing your case very well.

You wrote that Nintendo Switch did not support SDXC card. If you asked anyone, this sentence could be interpreted in only one way, given the context. That out of other memory card standards SDXC was the one that was not supported.

What you meant to say, was that the memory card slot was disabled.

You are not making yourself a favour continuing to argue and trying to imitate my criticism.

supermann

As the standard was only released in 2009 I strongly doubt that.



You've not the slightest idea what your'e talking about. That's despicable. Any card over the size of 32Gb is SDXC (or micro SDXC) as well as some smaller ones. Any decent brand device, not talking about a talking toothbrush from a "farmer's market" will support that kind of card in 2017. So they all support SDXC despite you knowing so little.

The hori switch micro sd is read speed of 80mb/s write 15mb/s
so I wouldnt recommend getting this if it's for the switch
Edited by: "domd212" 8th Mar

I still cannot get a 64gb card working in my LG3 on marshmallow

Anyone know of a a full sd size 64g for a good price?

I find micro sd spontaneously self destruct at any given time, where I've never known a full size sd to break.

stanlenin

You've not the slightest idea what your'e talking about. That's … You've not the slightest idea what your'e talking about. That's despicable. Any card over the size of 32Gb is SDXC (or micro SDXC) as well as some smaller ones. Any decent brand device, not talking about a talking toothbrush from a "farmer's market" will support that kind of card in 2017. So they all support SDXC despite you knowing so little.


Very amusing gratuitous rudeness.

stanlenin

You've not the slightest idea what your'e talking about. That's … You've not the slightest idea what your'e talking about. That's despicable. Any card over the size of 32Gb is SDXC (or micro SDXC) as well as some smaller ones. Any decent brand device, not talking about a talking toothbrush from a "farmer's market" will support that kind of card in 2017. So they all support SDXC despite you knowing so little.



I'll just repeat what I said. The standard was released in 2009. Quite obviously not all devices support SDXC, like for example many devices that were released prior to the standard being released.

Regards your general tone, you sound like you have some personal issues you need to resolve. The word despicable is hardly a word that's appropriate for this conversation. Maybe if we were talking about Middle East dictators or something but otherwise it's a bit overly dramatic, like you're trying to create a scene.
Edited by: "supermann" 9th Mar

crippsy1701

I read that the port to enable the use of memory cards was not activated … I read that the port to enable the use of memory cards was not activated yet and would need to be via an update that would happen to be around the same time as Nintendo launched its branded memory cards here in the UK. That is why no game over the actual internal memory size (32GB around 25GB with OS on it) has been released on the dashboard.



You sure about that?

ASD007

I still cannot get a 64gb card working in my LG3 on marshmallow



Something wrong with your LG3 or the card your using, I've only ever used 64gb (Samsung card) in mine, it works fine!
Edited by: "Blotch" 9th Mar

ordered!.. cheers op

Not too bad a price - ordered for my Chuwi

the same card is 1.40 cheaper (after discount) without the adapter. Surely better if you're just going to whack it into a smartphone, no?

The code doesn't work on that card - so stays at £16.99

Ah, okay then

Great price. Heated and ordered. Thanks Op.
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