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Netac MicroSDHC Memory Card 512GB, Micro SD Card, 4K Full HD Video Recording, UHS-I, C10, U3, A1, V30 - £41.39, sold by Netac @ Amazon

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  • High Speed Transport: The microSDHC card supports UHS-I interface, speed Class U1/V10. Transfer read speeds up to 100MB/s,writing speed 30MB/s, format exFAT.
  • Storage: Up to 512GB of storage space can store all unforgettable and happy moments for you, including photos and high-definition videos.
  • Built to Last Reliability: Shock proof memory card is also water proof, temperature proof, x-ray proof and magnetic proof. Never worry about the micor sd card is unavailable after going through the security x-ray machine.
  • High Performance: Load apps faster with A1-rated performance(A1 performance is 1500 read IOPS, 500 write IOPS), perfect for storing documents, pictures and videos.
  • Widely Application: Micro SD card is high compatibility for different types of devices including smartphones, tablets, Drones, Android Tablets, Tablet PCs, Action Cameras, Nintendo Switch, DSLR and Full HD camcorder.
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    I have 3 Netac cards, all still fine after years of usage. I've got mine proper cheap, I think I've paid £6 for 128gb and about £3 for 64gb.
    The brand is decent, and the price on this deal seems fair to me. I guess the negative votes are because people don't know the brand, and they expect much cheaper prices. I voted hot, but despite my positive experience with Netac, for such capacity and price, I think I prefer other brands.
    Maybe I was just unlucky. I bought four when they were around £22 each from Amazon and all but one failed (no longer detected or detected as zero bytes and couldn't format). They were used in different models of phones and even tested on a Windows laptop to confirm they were indeed broken - unfortunately all at around 6-9mths old so outside of Amazon returns window. The fourth card is still going fine however and is now several years old.

    Maybe it was a bad batch but it certainly put me off their uSD cards. The SSD I've had from them had no issues though so I'd chance another of those.
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    Why the negative heat?
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    Had a bad experience with Netac 256GB cards before so would rather spend a bit more on a better brand.