Samsung 256GB Micro SDXC Evo Plus - £99.99 (poss 89.99 with voucher and other purchases) @ MyMemory
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Samsung 256GB Micro SDXC Evo Plus - £99.99 (poss 89.99 with voucher and other purchases) @ MyMemory

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Found 2nd Feb
A huge 256GB of a decent branded Class U3 SDXC card for only 99.99 delivered. From a reputable site as well - there are plenty of fakes around.

Even better, if there are two other different items that you wish to buy, use code MMMIX10 and get 10% off the basket value, making this only £89.99.

Possibly 4% Quidco/TCB, though might not be honoured if the voucher is used.
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MMLOYAL drops it to £94.99
Im sorry but if you can currently purchase a 128GB for around £30, why in the world would you spend just over three times the amount just to save around 1 minute (the time it takes to switch sd card)
sdman7862 m ago

Im sorry but if you can currently purchase a 128GB for around £30, why in …Im sorry but if you can currently purchase a 128GB for around £30, why in the world would you spend just over three times the amount just to save around 1 minute (the time it takes to switch sd card)


You always pay a disproportionate premium for technology at the top of the game.
If you can make do without, make do
BubaMan1 m ago

You always pay a disproportionate premium for technology at the top of the …You always pay a disproportionate premium for technology at the top of the game.If you can make do without, make do


revolutionary technology? hell yeah!

the exact same thing but slightly bigger and way more expensive? hell no!
sdman7864 m ago

Im sorry but if you can currently purchase a 128GB for around £30, why in …Im sorry but if you can currently purchase a 128GB for around £30, why in the world would you spend just over three times the amount just to save around 1 minute (the time it takes to switch sd card)


I've ripped most of my cd collection to mp3 and that's about 180gb so I've got my whole collection on my phone at all times.. But other than that sort of reason it is a bit of a premium to pay for the extra storage.
dirty_stan1 m ago

I've ripped most of my cd collection to mp3 and that's about 180gb so I've …I've ripped most of my cd collection to mp3 and that's about 180gb so I've got my whole collection on my phone at all times.. But other than that sort of reason it is a bit of a premium to pay for the extra storage.


Fair enough, but in your case would that justify buying a £90 256GB Card?
BubaMan10 m ago

You always pay a disproportionate premium for technology at the top of the …You always pay a disproportionate premium for technology at the top of the game.If you can make do without, make do


Not even the latest as 480/500GB ones are available, albeit at a ridiculous price but then I'd say this is a ridiculous price for 256GB. The San Disk 200GB has been around £50 a few times before and makes loads more sense offering nearly as much storage at a far more sensible price...
sdman78613 m ago

revolutionary technology? hell yeah!the exact same thing but slightly …revolutionary technology? hell yeah!the exact same thing but slightly bigger and way more expensive? hell no!


That's the thing - it's your choice...
Development costs could be offset by increased sales if they priced high-end kit in-line with the rest of their range but if enough people are willing to pay, why should they change their strategy?
ST31235 m ago

Not even the latest as 480/500GB ones are available, albeit at a …Not even the latest as 480/500GB ones are available, albeit at a ridiculous price but then I'd say this is a ridiculous price for 256GB. The San Disk 200GB has been around £50 a few times before and makes loads more sense offering nearly as much storage at a far more sensible price...


I agree - I'm not saying it's a good price... just observing the trend
BubaMan1 h, 12 m ago

That's the thing - it's your choice...Development costs could be offset by …That's the thing - it's your choice...Development costs could be offset by increased sales if they priced high-end kit in-line with the rest of their range but if enough people are willing to pay, why should they change their strategy?


I absolutely agree its a win win for merchants and the manufacturer but for the consumer its not justifiable
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As OP, In my own case I've bought this for some remote surveillance. 128GB will run out too quickly. The Samsung will get hammered doing this, but the Sandisks are not up to the job. I've had a couple of vandal issues in the last month so if I can catch the culprit, it's money well spent.
I've got an 128GB full up that I put in a Sony Walkman MP3 player which is the best part of 20 years worth of music that I had on CD before switching to digital media a few years ago, been waiting on either this or the 200GB to go down to a reasonable price. There is a market for this size capacity, it's so much easier having what I think is the best part of 1,000 albums on one of these cards than having shelves everywhere in the house heat for the price.
Can I use this in my Nintendo switch
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