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Peak 8GB SDHC Card Class 6 22.5MB/s (Fast!!!) £32.33 (free p&p for cpu3d members)
Peak 8GB SDHC Card Class 6 22.5MB/s (Fast!!!)  £32.33 (free p&p for cpu3d members)

Peak 8GB SDHC Card Class 6 22.5MB/s (Fast!!!) £32.33 (free p&p for cpu3d members)

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Superquick SDHC (not SD!). Have received mine from these guys and must say it loves up to the over 20MB/s (read) spec. Wrote a 175MB file in around 20 seconds (write spec ~10MB/s).

Fantastic - why buy a (only marginally) cheaper class 2 SDHC card when they write at 2MB/s!?

cpu3d.com forum members get free p&p if you have over 50 posts. Free p&p applies to anything at specialtech, so pretty worth it!

Otherwise cheapest postage option is Royal mail recorded (£2.49) which brings price to £ 35.26

Enjoy!

(Specs below)
Product Name PEAK 8GB SD CARD 2.0 SDHC CLASS 6 RET
Model Number 214054FBPK
Warranty
1 Year with Specialtech.co.uk 4 Years with Manufacturer
Capacity 8GB
Interface Secure Digital
Read Speed 22.5MB/s
Write Speed 11.84MB/s
Operation Voltage 2.7 - 3.6V
Insertions 10,000
Width 24mm
Height 32mm
Depth 2.1mm
Weight
2g
Special Features Error Correcting Code (ECC)
System Programming (ISP)
Class 6

12 Comments

Original Poster

Oops - meant to say "it lives up to" instead of it "loves up to"...!

It's a good price for a class 6 card... voted hot.

What sort of products use SDHC cards?

This is a super deal voted HOT!!

do these work with the asus eee pc?

King Mustard

What sort of products use SDHC cards?


Certainly the more recent Canon cameras do (I use the 4Gb ones on offer at 7-day shop), as does the Asus EEE cheap laptop. If you do go for one of these, remember that if you use a separate reader to get files onto your PC, that this will need to be compatible too.

Good spot, for a fast card.

Regards,

White.

bluestreak56

do these work with the asus eee pc?



The EEE is definitely supposed to work with SDHC, and the extra speed should be a bonus.

Regards,

White

This deal is nothing special, play.com do a similar card for the same price if you use a 5% code you can get it even cheaper and they also do free delivery + 4% quidco.

It might be a class 4 though, even so I doubt people really care.

robo989

This deal is nothing special, play.com do a similar card for the same … This deal is nothing special, play.com do a similar card for the same price if you use a 5% code you can get it even cheaper and they also do free delivery + 4% quidco.It might be a class 4 though, even so I doubt people really care.



4->6 MB/s is a huge difference, especially for the likes of people with an EEE PC running Vista and depending on these cards.

Original Poster

robo989

This deal is nothing special, play.com do a similar card for the same … This deal is nothing special, play.com do a similar card for the same price if you use a 5% code you can get it even cheaper and they also do free delivery + 4% quidco.It might be a class 4 though, even so I doubt people really care.



Class 4 = 4 mb/s write speed.
Class 6 = 6mb/s or higher write speed.

This particular card has a write speed ~ 12mb/s, i.e. 300% faster.

I care, because its seconds of my life that get wasted while I wait for things to transfer!

To put it into perspective, this Peak card would take 11 minutes to full, while the Play card would take 33 minutes to fill!

Original Poster

adamg

4-6 MB/s is a huge difference, especially for the likes of people with an … 4->6 MB/s is a huge difference, especially for the likes of people with an EEE PC running Vista and depending on these cards.



Its actually a 4->12 difference, as there is no class higher than class 6, so all cards faster than 6mb/s are classed as class 6, so even more of a difference!

This would be fantastic for an EEEPC!

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Can anyone confirm these work in an Eee, with them having silly issues with 8gb sd cards and such.
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