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Philips Micro SDXC Card CLASS 10 (With Adapter) 64GB @ 7dayshop £19.99 Delivered
Philips Micro SDXC Card CLASS 10 (With Adapter) 64GB @ 7dayshop £19.99 Delivered

Philips Micro SDXC Card CLASS 10 (With Adapter) 64GB @ 7dayshop £19.99 Delivered

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Good reviews and comes with an SD adapter too!

A classic Micro SDXC card ideal for OTG (on-the-go) storage, digital photography and video usage. Class 10 has fast become the standard in speed to handle the modern day requirements of just about anyone with a digital camera.
The usual Philips high quality, coupled with a 5 Year warranty guarantees total satisfaction and peace of mind.

3-5 days delivery time
Price includes delivery

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Original Poster

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Class 10 is quite slow for such capacity. U1 us the minimum one, other waste of money.

packaging states its a U1

idarek

Class 10 is quite slow for such capacity. U1 us the minimum one, other … Class 10 is quite slow for such capacity. U1 us the minimum one, other waste of money.


for my tablet to store video and music, class 10 is more then fast enough.. plus it does say u1 on it

philips memory is slow. period

Great for those new HP stream 11 and 13 blue laptops, will double the capacity

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fairytooth

philips memory is slow. period

Maybe some kind HUKDer will post h2testw results to find out for sure. I know you said in a previous thread you had issues with a USB 3.0 pen drive, but this is a MicroSD card.

I spend a lot of money on Philips products (hue lighting, etc.) but I have had bad results with their memory products so I am just passing my experiences along for the benefit of others. Make your own choices of course.
Edited by: "fairytooth" 3rd Jan 2015

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fairytooth

I spend a lot of money on Philips products (hue lighting, etc.) but I … I spend a lot of money on Philips products (hue lighting, etc.) but I have had bad results with their memory products so I am just passing my experiences along for the benefit of others. Make your own choices of course.

Fair enough, I know a techie type who can't stand Philips products either. Hopefully someone will report back about this card.
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