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Play.com 4GB SD HC Class 4 Card (Triple Pack) £16.49
Play.com 4GB SD HC Class 4 Card (Triple Pack) £16.49

Play.com 4GB SD HC Class 4 Card (Triple Pack) £16.49

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* Triple Pack: Contains 3 x 4GB Cards
* Please Note: Please check the device you are buying this card for is SDHC compatible. SDHC cards are not backwards compatible with standard SD Host devices, however standard SD cards are forward compatible with SDHC host devices
* Designed for SDHC compatible host devices
* Class 4 SDHC
* SDHC memory cards are just as compact and slim as the standard SD card
* 5 year warranty

18 Comments

Cracking price.

Same pirce at 7dayshop.com for Sandisk 4GBs..

Banned

They also have class 6 cards for only £1.49 more

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Sorry but no good at this tech stuff. Could someone let me know if compatible with Panasonic Lumix FX60? Cheers in advance!!

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JohnTerry26;8217079

Sorry but no good at this tech stuff. Could someone let me know if … Sorry but no good at this tech stuff. Could someone let me know if compatible with Panasonic Lumix FX60? Cheers in advance!!



Yep will work fine

lottysdad08;8217037

They also have class 6 cards for only £1.49 … They also have class 6 cards for only £1.49 morehttp://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/9701648/Play-com-4GB-SD-HC-Class-6-Card/Product.html



£1.50 more :thumbsup:

lottysdad08;8217037

They also have class 6 cards for only [SIZE=4]£1.49 … They also have class 6 cards for only [SIZE=4]£1.49 more[/SIZE]http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/9701648/Play-com-4GB-SD-HC-Class-6-Card/Product.html



hotukdealz;8226229

£1.50 more :thumbsup:



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I need a 4GB SD but not HC card.........i have read conflicting information when I search and I'm not very technically minded anyway, can anyone tell me if and where I can get one?

mummyto2boys;8226627

I need a 4GB SD but not HC card.........i have read conflicting … I need a 4GB SD but not HC card.........i have read conflicting information when I search and I'm not very technically minded anyway, can anyone tell me if and where I can get one?



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are they compatible with the wii?

MrsMondragon;8227881

are they compatible with the wii?

They should be, you just need to check you have a fairly recent ]system update (- you need version 4 or later of Wii Menu). Otherwise stick with 2GB SD cards.

Robert

thanks good find

How come there is no buyer's comments for these non-branded SD memory. Have they been removed?

ok the price to me on a bulk pack of 3 seems a little high but thats not my question.

whats the different classes all about. I want a class 6 because its higher but 5 years ago a class 4 would have been amazing?
I'm thinking that they process the data more quickly but has anyone bothered to find out the difference?

Matty-Hodgson;8216936

Same pirce at 7dayshop.com for Sandisk 4GBs..



Looks like price has gone up. Now £18.99 :cry:

Billy Congo;8230730

ok the price to me on a bulk pack of 3 seems a little high but thats not … ok the price to me on a bulk pack of 3 seems a little high but thats not my question.whats the different classes all about. I want a class 6 because its higher but 5 years ago a class 4 would have been amazing?I'm thinking that they process the data more quickly but has anyone bothered to find out the difference?

How quickly they process will depend on the device you are using them with - the transfer speed will only be as fast as the slowest link. But Class 2, 4 and 6 specify the card's minimum write speeds. Each 'unit' is equal to 8Mb/s. So class 2 = 16 MBit/s (2 MByte/s), class 4 = 32 MBit/s (4 MByte/s) and class 6 = 48 MBit/s (6 MByte/s). Have a look ]here.

Robert

rwniel72;8232776

How quickly they process will depend on the device you are using them … How quickly they process will depend on the device you are using them with - the transfer speed will only be as fast as the slowest link. But Class 2, 4 and 6 specify the card's minimum write speeds. Each 'unit' is equal to 8Mb/s. So class 2 = 16 MBit/s (2 MByte/s), class 4 = 32 MBit/s (4 MByte/s) and class 6 = 48 MBit/s (6 MByte/s). Have a look ]here.Robert



thanks well put!!

nice deal
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