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MyMemory 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Red £23.99 @ MyMemory
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Just spotted that the MyMemory 256GB USB Flash Drive has come down in price. Has previously been on offer for around £27.99, but now dropped further to £23.99. Free delivery. … Read more
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Thank you for the spellcheck, I had meant drawer (obviously) (y)


More memory than you could ever use. This USB will last a lifetime... you could start copying files across today and it would take the rest of your lifetime for the task to completely fill the 256gb


What is a draw? Did you miss spelling lessons at school?


Great value for back up. Not particularly worried about speed when doing large backups. Just do backup in the background. Use 128gb versions of this happily. Thanks OP.


Thing's like that scare me a bit too, to be honest ...

SanDisk 128GB Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 100MB/s, for £22.99 ​OR 2 for £40 (no code required), at MyMemory
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
SanDisk 128GB Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 100MB/s, for £22.99 OR 2 for £40 (no code required), at MyMemory. Get to your files 4 times quicker than USB 2.0 drives with the faster … Read more

Funnily enough, I saw that too, lol. But apart from mine working out cheaper over the odds (as in 2 collectively, etc?). USB3.1 is still not standard' with everybody yet ... I have various Laptop's bought within a 3 Year window, that only have the USB3.0 on it, and I'm not likely to spend somewhere nearer the 4-figures mark, for a fresh 'system', simply because it hold the trademark USB3.1?, and/or USB3.1C, etc? (unless of course needs 'must'? - which as yet, they blatantly don't!). And I'm pretty sure that I'm not the only one in that same boat either like?. So, the way I see it (for the general hord of people out there, for the here and now at least anyway?), the USB3.0 one as per my above Deal will more than comfortably suffice for many/the majority, or whatever?. That's how I see it anyway ... But thanx for the heads up anyway, as it'll obviously benefit someone regardless (just not people's like me). :-)


Loooooooooool, thanx. :-D

lundapapa Isn't this better considering it's 3.1?


Cheers, I got the last one. Sick of slow USB3 drives, about time I got a faster drive.


Sorry, I didn't look it up, I just know they tend to be available around that price. Cheapest I can see at the moment is £32 on eBay:

Integral 64GB Arc USB Flash Drive, for £9.99 ​OR 2 for £18.99 (no code required), at MyMemory
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Integral 64GB Arc USB Flash Drive, for £9.99 OR 2 for £18.99 (no code required), at MyMemory. Integral ARC USB 2.0 Flash Drive - designed so that you can take your data anywhere … Read more

Loooool, I hear. But I think (for the majority of people anyway?), that my one supercedes your one still (though yes, your one is fine too, etc). :-)



Lol, you asked?. Here you go:


Hahahahahaha, yep!, I definitely hear that, lol. :-D I still have some 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB Pen Drive's from wayyyyyy back when ... (hanging around, somewhere?, loooool). :-)


Exactly!. Just go back far enough in time, and you will similarly see enough USB 2.0-USB 3.0 comments stating similar' to that what you've said above ... (and/or visa-versa). So no any one conclusive 'one size fits all' thing really?. So yeh, lol. As above already, lol.

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Sandisk 128GB Micro SDXC A1 Card  £20.99  Mymemory
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Low price for this card

Base has price matched


this one or this Which ine is better interm specs, VFM and reliabiity ??


Bought Samsung Evo u3 64Gb from Amazon for £18.99. Ridiculously slow speed, read 18.96 MB /s write 14.33 MB /s. Went back for refund.


Any recommendations for a card that will work in a goPro Hero 2018 and record in 4K


No possibly best to pay the little extra for a U3 card over this U1 plus samsung seem usually a better brand to go for over these for reliability and actual speed which would help for a gopro device but not so much for the likes of a nintendo switch which im guessing some may be wondering.

Sandisk Extreme 128gb Micro SDXC U3 A2 Card £27.99 Mymemory
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Great price (y)

OOS :(


good price for a good card first one i have seen with the A2 rating as well for that feel good factor


Yes they do actually Sam.. erh... not! :|


Exactly. Extreme is much faster write. Essential for recording FHD or UHD. Voted Hot


(party) That's like saying these work the same, no need to get an Evo.

Samsung 32GB Evo Plus Micro SD Card (SDHC) UHS-I U1 + Adapter - 95MB/s £7.99 @ MyMemory
Refreshed 22nd SepRefreshed 22nd Sep
£7.99 each or 2 for £15. Good price for 32GB Micro SD card.

At least this one lists both the read & write speeds: Read Speed: Up to 95 MB/s Write Speed: Up to 20 MB/s Saves any moron comments... (:I


I found the link below useful. Short answer is that you can't go wrong with a Transcend Hight Endurance.


Thanks, any chance of pointing me in the right direction, my current one corrupts every other day.


It's likely to work but these cards aren't designed for continuous writing and it voids the warranty.


Should be fine mate so long as it accepts micro SD cards up to the size of 32gb

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Samsung 64GB Evo Plus Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U3 + Adapter £12.99 @ MyMemory
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Better than the amazon deal as available to everyone and potentially cheaper as 4.2% TCB would bring it down to 12.44 Product Type: Flash memory card Form factor: MicroSDXC UHS… Read more

Hehehehe, fair enough, lol.


Well i will test them proper and if they fail will be going straight back


Many people on HUKD over the Year's have commented about getting various Memory Card 'products' off of eBay ... As in they're fake. Make sure they're not fake. Only get such thing's from eBay if it's via a reputable 'source', eg. Maplins on eBay, ARGOS on eBay, and such like?. I've personally not bought Memory Card's via eBay (from 'any source'), so I'm unable to intelligently comment either way on account of the 'real World' validity of such comments?. But all I can say though (via the mouth's of those that perhaps have been stung via purchasing such thing's via eBay over the Year's, is this), tread your feet with a certain air of caution, when doing such thing's basically?. (Disclaimer, lol), I'm not saying all such thing's like such bought via eBay are allllll bad or whatever?, nope!. As some 4/5 Year's back, I bought a 1TB portable Samsung hard drive off of a source on eBay, lol, and even though I don't use it as much today as I initially did - for about 2.5 Year's or so straight (on account of buying various other portable hard drive's of various size denominations since), every so often when I go back to it (to either add to it, copy from it, and/or delete from it too, etc), it's still going strong ... But like I said earlier though, exercise an air of caution when buying certain thing's off of (arguably) yet 'unknown' eBay 'sources', etc?. :-)


great deal here on ebay for the evo pro no negative feedback for the memory cards 128gb samsung evo plus £22.99


yep noticed this a few days ago, my bad

Integral 128GB UltimaPRO V30 Premium Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U3 + Adapter - 100MB/s - £22.97 @ my memory
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Decent price. Integral Premium High Speed Micro SD cards are the perfect partner for your high-spec smartphone or tablet. Enjoy more space for photos, videos, music and apps. The… Read more
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thanks, ordered


Agree but surely it should be fine for dash cams


Well it depends on the bitrate...this won't handle 160mbps for more than a few seconds.


I've just had some brilliant customer service from Integral (especially compared to some other card manufacturers I've dealt with) - I can't recommend them highly enough in that regard. I had a micro-sd card that had a weird one-off manufacturing fault with the casing but it was resolved with a brand new replacement in my hand in a couple of days (and an offer to recover the data for me, which wasn't required).


Being u3 this card should be fine for 4k recordings

SanDisk 128GB Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive £22.96  @ MyMemory
Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
Sandisk 128GB Flash drive back down in price to £22.96 delivered. SanDisk 128GB Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive Thanks to its compact design, you can plug in the SanDis… Read more
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Just used mine to transfer about 1GB of music files to the work PC; writing it got EXTREMELY hot. Reading the files to the Work PC it stayed cold. Ré metal v plastic; the plastic is an insulator, so the innards may be getting very, very, VERY hot, but you dont feel it. The metal ones do at least allow the heat to escape, potentially saving the device from heat death. I buy metal cased versions whenever possible for exactly this reason.



What was the cheaper model you bought for use in car? This I what I'm after one for. Many thanks.


Exactly this, build quality doesn't seem very good on these. Given that the idea of a USB stick it to be removable and portable, I'd say these aren't fit for purpose at all. Last time they were on offer a couple of months ago I got one to use in the car. Copied a load of files onto it and it worked fine for a few days, pulled it out to sick some new music on and when I tried to read it in the car again, didn't recognise. Tried it in several other devices, just nothing at all, not even detected as a device, corrupt or otherwise. Bad luck I thought so sent it back to My Memory for (very quick) replacement. New one failed in exactly the same way after the second time I removed it. Returned again and was just refunded with no explanation. Bought a cheaper and slower Integral one and it's worked flawlessly for a month. Had Sandisk before and indeed use them almost entirely at work with no problems, however I would avoid this particular model as it seems to have a design fault.


Write speeds on these are quite low, you need to read from them to benefit from USB 3.X speeds. Having said that they're still nowhere near fast enough to saturate a USB 3.0 connection, so you're not going to see any kind of improvement when using a 3.1 port.

Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III SSD Drive £19.79 w/code @ My Memory
30/09/2018Expires on 30/09/2018Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
Price on SSDs lately have been cracking, really. Thought under £20 on this model was worth a go. Grabbed one for the old Lenovo laptop that the missis uses, as it's slowly grinding… Read more

First the 128 memory card..... now an SSD from mymemory, both not needed but wanted! Thought idea of this site was to save me money (skeptical) Always wanted to try and install an SSD into an aging laptop and seems a great price to start tinkering. Thanks OP (y)


Received mine this morning - posted from Switzerland!? Noticed also that CEX are giving £33 voucher for these - wonder if I could do it 20 times and buy a Nintendo Switch...


Mine arrived this morning with the free shipping method. Anyone else got theirs? :D


Same so far for me and it has been few days. Feels like Quidco bonus cashback is very unreliable


Bought yesterday, shipped today, nothing showing in Quidco (annoyed)

Integral 16GB Neon USB Flash Drives - 12MB/s - 10 Pack £25.19 with code @ MyMemory
Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
At about £2.50 each, these are cheap enough to lend to friends and family with data on and not get them back.

Hahahahahahahaha, maybe they eloped with some of the 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB Pen Drive's I bought around 5 Year's or so back?. As for love or money, I can't find the majority of any of my earlier one's either ... :-( Loooooooooool. :-D


Yes, I bought them last year. I can't find any. I think they eloped with my tape measures.....


"If you're willing to go for an unknown brand of micro SD from China then the prices should be similair." If that be genuinely the case (eg. similar 'prices', etc?), then why bother with 'alternatives' then basically?. After all, it's not like Integral is either an unknown/no brand name, a shoddy brand name, or whatever, is it?. Integral is going wayyyyyy back to the Floppy Disk Day's of some 20+ Year's back or so?. Then blank CD's, then DVD's, and somewhere in the interim Pen Drive's/blank Blu-Ray Disks, etc?. So Integral have been around for a hell of awhile ... (With it's hand's in multiple things also - namely 'storage', and Pen Drive's are nothing, if not 'storage'?). :-)


This 'Deal' has been on there for a wee while ... I remember seeing these on there in either January this Year, or in December last Year. And they were pretty much around a similar 'price point' even then?. (Given, they may have been either £27, or £29 for all these 10 at the time ... ) It may be worth people looking into it now though?. :-) For example, as Boot Drive's for 'experimentation purposes' perhaps? - ReMix OS, Android OS, Chromium OS, UBUNTU, etc, etc, etc? (even for Window's 8.x Tablet's with 'limited' internal storage, in upgrading it, with Window's 10 10GB+ installation file's, or whatever?, lol), who knows?. :-) Probably the better/modern 'Real World' usage scenario for the majority of these things, perhaps?. :-D I still have some old 4GB Pen Drive's from many Year's back, all I use them thing's for still is only for Office Documents, a few Library 'local' downloads here and there, and not much else really?. (Well, a lot could be done with those same 4GB Pen Drive's just over 5 Year's ago, but sod all now though). A good Deal still OP. :-D


Sad!, but sooooooooo true!!. :-( Hahahahahahahahaha. :-D

Kingston 120GB A400 SSD 2.5 Inch SATA 3 Solid State Drive - £18.99 - My Memory
Refreshed 14th SepRefreshed 14th Sep
Reposted as this new code makes this a fantastic price. As mentioned above use 'id5mm' at checkout :) Kingston’s A400 solid-state drive dramatically improves the respons… Read more

Still £1 more than I could’ve had it.. every little helps XD


LMAO, it's only ONE POUND! Still £3 cheaper than Amazon.


Thanks alot, this should be useful for others too :)


You plug the SSD into the enclosure/cable Plug the USB into the computer Run Partition Wizard (or whichever program you want) Select Copy Disk (or Migrate OS to SSD) and choose 'Align Partitions' if the option is available (this can speed up SSD speeds) Copy Disk disk will clone the entire disk (Same as Migrate OS option 1). Migrate OS will give the option to clone the whole disk or just move the Windows OS (used if you have desktop and you wish to use the SSD as a boot drive, but mechanical drive for main files). It will ask source disk (the hard Drive) then the target disk (the SSD) Click Finish Click Start (the finish flag icon on bar) to actually perform actions. The program will now copy contents from Hard drive to SSD Remove the Hard drive and put it into the enclosure and leave it there. Some enclosures will have a few screws Put the SSD into the place where the Hard Drive. Laptops usually have a trapdoor at bottom. Boot the computer If it fails to boot (it shouldn't), put the old hard drive back in and connect SSD. Run partition wizard, click on SSD and select 'Rebuild MBR'. Alternatively, you can leave the SSD in the machine and perform a Windows Repair if you get the option. Plenty of videos on Youtube (search upgrade to SSD): If your not sure where you laptop has its hard drive - google its name and 'service manual, eg Dell E6400 service manual or search for your model in Youtube and add 'upgrade' or 'hard drive swap' on end. I'm assuming your a laptop user, a desktop user does not need a USB to SATA cable or enclosure. You can simply plug the drive using a spare SATA cable and locating a SATA header on the motherboard.


How would I get windows 10 on this if I replaced my current hdd please?

Anker Eufy Genie Smart Home Speaker - Amazon Alexa Built In - £18.99 - MyMemory
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Updated price to £18.99. Use code : id5mm Best price is based on their eBay listing which seems to be the next best priced offering :) YouTube review Eufy Genie is a… Read more

I can only see price as 24.99 and not 18.99? id5mm is not accepted.


Hi guys.... Just bought this. Not too bad but I can't drop in on my alexa echo even though its viable on the network. I'm trying via the alexa app but says cannot find device. Any thoughts please?


Thank you! I've checked Paul's channel, this is how I found about this device. Your info is much appreciated.


My setup works like this, I only have an Amazon Echo and the Rm Mini3. I use these to issue voice commands to change channel on my set top box, I see no reason why you couldn't do the same to change channels on a TV. What I haven't been able to do is change inputs on my TV via voice controls. I only recall inputing numbers 0 - 9, vol + / -, power on / off, I didn't have to do all of the channels, it works by saying "Alexa change channel on set top box to 001" (or whatever) My understanding is that that a while back you needed a another android device (ie a mobile) for this to work, that's no longer the case. However I think at the moment the RM Mini3 manufacturer has borked the app needed in the EU (in a knee jerk response to GDPR) that has broken the functionality. I'm on an earlier / different version of the app that works. I would subscribe to the Paul Hibbert channel on YouTube for info / updates to this situation, the most recent update was that the manufacturer had promised a fix within the next few weeks.


I was looking at this device yesterday (Broadlink RM Mini3 ), was on lightning deals on Amazon. I am aware you can use if for on/off or volume, but do you use this to change channels? And if yes, can you change it directly with the TV or only changes via a set up box? I've watched on Youtube, it seems you need to add a button with every function of the remote, so if you want to change channels, do you have to add a button for each individual channel? Meaning about 50 buttons or more on Freeview. Finally, if set up with Alexa, do you need to control anything with the mobile, some reviews suggest to set it up on an old mobile phone and keep it as a remote control. Thanks a lot.

Samsung 32GB Evo Plus Micro SD Card (SDHC) UHS-I U1 + Adapter - 95MB/s ***2 for £16*** @ mymemory
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Free delivery. Not the fastest card but a good brand and a good retailer. Specification Product Type: Flash memory card Form factor: MicroSDHC UHS-I Memory Card Storage Capa… Read more
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Read this


I need 400 and they are 110 soon we won't need Nas drives


I've added some asterisks (nerd) *and* changed the product image


Agreed. 2x Samsung 32GB Evo Plus Micro SD Card (SDHC) UHS-I U1 + Adapter - 95MB/s for £16 @ mymemory would be much clearer in my opinion.


Same here to be fair. Title could do with rewording!

Samsung 128GB Evo Plus Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U3 + Adapter £24.99 @ MyMemory
Refreshed 22nd SepRefreshed 22nd Sep
Samsung 128GB Evo Plus Micro SD Card for £24.99 delivered - £8 discount comes off at checkout. Good for smartphones, Go Pro, Nintendo Switch etc Capacity: 128 GB Type: m… Read more
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I've read from quite a few users that the Samsung Evo Plus (not Evo+) works well. I have read a few post that said that they had occasional corrupt videos, but they still seemed to think it was a good card for the money. If you don't absolutely need 128GB, I recommend against using them. The battery on a GoPro is usually well spent long before you can fill even a 64GB card. Performance also tends to get worse with SD cards as the capacity increases. If you absolutely must get one, then deciding on the card really comes down to project and cost. If what your filming isn't critical that it is saved, then the Evo Plus gives very good value and probably has about a 90% success rate or better. If your data is critical, first I have to recommend either a few 32GB cards or a couple 64GB cards, but if you need 128GB go with SanDisk Extreme Pro v30.


Thanks, bought one for my DJI Mavic Air, and it's working great.


Will this work on my Nintendo switch?


Fine in mine. In fact I’ve used these in several devices from security cameras to GoPros & they’ve been flawless


Good.for nintendo?

Integral 256GB UltimaPRO V30 Premium Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U3 + Adapter - £66.99 @ MyMemory
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Roughly the same speed as a sandisk extreme pro for a fraction of the price if you're not a brand snob. Product Features- Ideal for use in compatible smartphones, tablets, digit… Read more
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You could get quite a few nsp's on this bad boy


Samsung just announced a 512gb card but i dought itl be affordable


sandisk ultra are U1 rated and barely write at 10MB/s, this writes at 90+MB/s . its up to you how fast of a card you want


Agreed. they are less well known but make good products


Hmm this or SanDisk ultra for same price but u1 not u3 on amazon :/

TP-Link AV600 Powerline Starter Kit- £22.99 delivered @ Mymemory
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
+4.2% Topcashback Miniature design, smaller than most powerline adapters on the market, blends discreetly in front of any power outlet • No new wires, Easy Plug and Play operatio… Read more
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Is AV 600 better than AV 500. I assume it is compatible to AV500. It is hard to keep up with all the new things.


hehe true to form, he didn't let me down :)


Exactly this. The 10/100 Ethernet seriously hampered my network speeds. Definitely worthwhile looking for a gigabit enabled powerline.


I've had these for around 2 years. Be aware that they only have 10/100 Ethernet adapter built in so no gigabit (10/100/1000) connection. This was seriously limiting my network speed. Playing 1080p movies with Dolby digital or DTS 7.1 from my NAS drive (not internet) often buffered. 4k movies from NAS drive always buffered, unwatchable. I ended up upgrading to AV1200 with gigabit (10/100/1000) ports and playback has been seamless. For a basic powerline this is ok but with broadband speeds increasing through fibre and 4k movie playback over networks I'd personally pay more for the gigabit connection.


Cold, no band 20 ethernet connection.

Kingston 128GB Canvas Select micro SD Card (SDXC) + SD Adapter - 80MB/s £23.99  MyMemory
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
Might be a good deal for people wanting plenty of expansion.
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which u3 cards (rather than 3u or 1u) do you recommend for 23.99? (or even 21.99 as its priced elsewhere)


1u standard for £23.99 lol poor overpriced card


Good price heat


Where from


Just purchased the Samsung 128gb for £24 yesterday. They have £5 of at the checkout and a further 10% off using the code shop.

Kingston 120GB A400 SSD 2.5 Inch SATA 3 Solid State Drive - £19.99 - My Memory (Base - £21.45)
Refreshed 14th SepRefreshed 14th Sep
***Now £18.99 use code 'id5mm' see here .*** Now down to £19.99, thanks @ClougherNut As expected, Base have now dropped to £21.45... Great price, £20.63 with Quidco (y… Read more
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one mans kingston is anothers sandisck


I don't like Kingston but calling them a big risk to data is too far, sure they've had their issues giving reviewers better products with the same model number but they've never risked data.


Many exceptions to this. Anyway I'm in agreement here. Good price for the hdd and a cheap option to speed up an old laptop. It all depends on budget, users environment and value of the pc/ laptop The larger Kingston drives come with an upgrade kit. 2.5 inch external caddy, data transfer cable and acronis true image license key. Is this deal just for the hdd on its own?


Well my girlfriend didn't know and nor did my mate Dave so not everyone knew. Windows 10 plus office and a few small apps uses less than 30GB. What application are you installing that uses so much space? I repair laptops for a living and can tell you that the average laptop does not have more than 120GB's of data stored on the HDD. In fact most people don't have much more than 50 or 60. Obviously there are exceptions to this.


ACER dont make laptops, neither do DELL, ACER and DELL buy components, put them in a DELL or ACER case that they design and sell it. Open the laptop up, the SSD or HD wont say made by DELL or ACER as they dont make the part that FAILS !!!

Transcend 128GB A1 Micro SDXC U3 Card £22.49 w/code @ MyMemory
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
Use code SHOP to get this Transcend 128GB memory card for £22.49 - lowest price it's been I believe from a reputable seller. Free delivery. Make the most of you smartphone wi… Read more

Do MyMemory actually post negative feedback reviews of their products? Posted mine but it never appeared.


Indeed we are Android users. I'm fairly aware of personal data security (as you might have guessed?) and only trust companies I feel are reputable. Given my experiences with Transcend, I feel they're anything but...


So in summary, you don't know what cards are or are not suitable - only that they should be something vaguely "modern day" (whatever that means). Glad everyone is clear on that.


look we both know that no matter what i say you'll just try and troll it so why bother? the other interpretation is its obvious and you are just a bit slow


That's so vague as to be completely useless to anyone trying figure what you mean by "modern day" SD card.