Samsung 128GB Evo Micro SDXC UHS-I U1 Class 10 with Adapter - 48 MB/s, £59.99 Delivered At My Memory
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Samsung 128GB Evo Micro SDXC UHS-I U1 Class 10 with Adapter - 48 MB/s, £59.99 Delivered At My Memory

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Found 14th Feb 2015
If you're looking out for a 128GB MicroSD card, this is cheapest I can see one currently.

Don't forget to use h2testw (My Memory are reputable, of course, but I do this with every new memory card I buy...I've been stung once by an Amazon Marketplace seller, which is once too many!)

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Edited by: "louiselouise" 14th Feb 2015

Insane amount of storage on something so small.
Lost my 32GB micro sd the other day after taking it out of my phone. I dread to think about losing one of these...

I lost a £50 64gb Sandisk before... **** me off lol

Picked one up for cheap from eBay, works perfectly.

Cue madness.

benjammin316

Picked one up for cheap from eBay, works perfectly. Cue madness.



sure, until you start reading the data back with errors.

benjammin316

Picked one up for cheap from eBay, works perfectly. Cue madness.



Did you run H2TestW?
I picked up a 128GB Samsung micro SD card a couple of weeks back from Ebay. It seemed great....and files copied over perfectly. I then decided to double check by running H2TestW. Surprise surprise, it was a remanufactured 8GB card with a dodgy firmware stuck on it.

If you got the card cheap, and got it from Ebay, it's probably a fake.

wenttoabetterplace

Did you run H2TestW?I picked up a 128GB Samsung micro SD card a couple of … Did you run H2TestW?I picked up a 128GB Samsung micro SD card a couple of weeks back from Ebay. It seemed great....and files copied over perfectly. I then decided to double check by running H2TestW. Surprise surprise, it was a remanufactured 8GB card with a dodgy firmware stuck on it.If you got the card cheap, and got it from Ebay, it's probably a fake.



Yes.

kefan77

sure, until you start reading the data back with errors.




no.

nice

Cold, 64gb is around the 20 mark, triple the price for a 128gb is not really worth it.

KiretoX

Cold, 64gb is around the 20 mark, triple the price for a 128gb is not … Cold, 64gb is around the 20 mark, triple the price for a 128gb is not really worth it.



There are only two manufacturer's selling 128GB cards...Samsung and Sandisk. It's clearly a technically challenging thing - and you pay for the privilege of being on the cutting edge.

bought one of these, seems to work fine. I was able to transfer about 12gb of data at 11mbps. regards two comments at top - I have been using 32gb on my phone for ages with no ill effect. thousands of read and write later it is still working. I even take it out of phone to copy data from laptop and vice versa. It is true, these microsd are small and fragile, but if you take care of them well, they will last a long time.

Besides, most new devices have micosd, so you don't have much choice. In my case, I have put it on my ultrabook that only had mirosd - thus effectively doubling the capacity from 128gb to 256. super.

My-memory posted fast, not lightning fast like amazon, but it was free post.

The only odd thing was that Samsung did not let me register the product on their UK website. they did not have entry for 128gb. Odd given their main webside had 128gb on it.

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I got my 128GB MicroSD card yesterday, used h2testw (took ages, but you expect that for such a huge capacity) and it verified with no errors.

Just trying to figure out how to set it up on my Linx 10 properly. Windows apparently knows it is a removable drive and won't sync with Dropbox, etc, and deletes files immediately rather than putting them in the Recycle Bin.

I've formatted the card to NTFS. Going to look at this later superuser.com/que…ard
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