Samsung Mobile UK 256 GB 95 MB/s Class 10 U3 Memory Evo Plus MicroSD card with Adapter £83.67 Dispatched from and sold by Amazon
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Samsung Mobile UK 256 GB 95 MB/s Class 10 U3 Memory Evo Plus MicroSD card with Adapter £83.67 Dispatched from and sold by Amazon

£83.67£114.6827%Amazon Deals
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Found 17th Apr
Price dropped seems to be lowest ever on Amazon UK.

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Picard12331 m ago

Very poor value per MB.A U3 128GB card costs £25-30.I'd rather get 2 of …Very poor value per MB.A U3 128GB card costs £25-30.I'd rather get 2 of those than 1 of these.


Most devices only support single expandable storage so it depends entirely on your usage.
Picard12342 m ago

Give me an example of a device or real world usage application that …Give me an example of a device or real world usage application that requires a 256GB microSD card.


main one that comes to mind is someone who wants 256GB in their device but doesnt feel the need to run it by you first?
Edited by: "brilly" 18th Apr
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Certainly heading in the right direction price wise!
Not actually 256Gig probably....
mwa17th Apr

Not actually 256Gig probably....


It's 256 Gigabyte. But most systems use Gibibyte.
mwa11 m ago

Not actually 256Gig probably....


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Anyway good deal OP.
Very poor value per MB.

A U3 128GB card costs £25-30.

I'd rather get 2 of those than 1 of these.
Picard12331 m ago

Very poor value per MB.A U3 128GB card costs £25-30.I'd rather get 2 of …Very poor value per MB.A U3 128GB card costs £25-30.I'd rather get 2 of those than 1 of these.


Most devices only support single expandable storage so it depends entirely on your usage.
sion223 h, 42 m ago

£4 cheaper at mymemory …£4 cheaper at mymemory https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-evo-256gb-micro-sdxc-u3-card-adapter-7949-mymemory-with-code-2926684


Must be burning the OP of this linked post that his £4 cheaper deal is not hot and this is.
rev653 m ago

Most devices only support single expandable storage so it depends entirely …Most devices only support single expandable storage so it depends entirely on your usage.


What device would you need a 256GB microSD card?
Picard1231 h, 40 m ago

Very poor value per MB.A U3 128GB card costs £25-30.I'd rather get 2 of …Very poor value per MB.A U3 128GB card costs £25-30.I'd rather get 2 of those than 1 of these.


you forgot to add the cost of the sellotape to stick them together...
brilly3 m ago

you forgot to add the cost of the sellotape to stick them together...


Why would I need to stick them together?
merb078645 m ago

Must be burning the OP of this linked post that his £4 cheaper deal is not …Must be burning the OP of this linked post that his £4 cheaper deal is not hot and this is.



Its because he didnt put it under every group like this post lol
Picard12322 m ago

Why would I need to stick them together?


well obviously someone buying a 256gb card needs 256gb so how else are you going to make that out of two 128gb cards?
brilly11 m ago

well obviously someone buying a 256gb card needs 256gb so how else are you …well obviously someone buying a 256gb card needs 256gb so how else are you going to make that out of two 128gb cards?


What device needs a 256GB microSD card.
Picard1237 m ago

What device needs a 256GB microSD card.


not sure - my devices dont get to choose for themselves
brilly7 h, 0 m ago

not sure - my devices dont get to choose for themselves


Give me an example of a device or real world usage application that requires a 256GB microSD card.
Picard12342 m ago

Give me an example of a device or real world usage application that …Give me an example of a device or real world usage application that requires a 256GB microSD card.


main one that comes to mind is someone who wants 256GB in their device but doesnt feel the need to run it by you first?
Edited by: "brilly" 18th Apr
Picard1231 h, 24 m ago

Give me an example of a device or real world usage application that …Give me an example of a device or real world usage application that requires a 256GB microSD card.


Something like expanding the storage on a surface Pro where it's effectively being used as a 2nd hard drive for your work files, if I wanted to fully ditch my desktop (or at least avoid using a external hdd) I'd probably need closer to 2tb
Picard1232 h, 2 m ago

Give me an example of a device or real world usage application that …Give me an example of a device or real world usage application that requires a 256GB microSD card.


I use it for example to record 4k footage on my action camera without having to switch out multiple cards on my adventures. There are uses...
godsakes41 m ago

Something like expanding the storage on a surface Pro where it's …Something like expanding the storage on a surface Pro where it's effectively being used as a 2nd hard drive for your work files, if I wanted to fully ditch my desktop (or at least avoid using a external hdd) I'd probably need closer to 2tb


MicroSD cards are bottom of the memory food chain ie slowest form of memory, poor wear rates in terms of writes etc. They're simply not designed to be used a psuedo 'hard disk' or SSD.

I had a Surface Pro. Can't imagine ever using a microSD in it as a storage medium over say, a much faster, cheaper and more reliable nano flash drive.
maccymac4 m ago

I use it for example to record 4k footage on my action camera without …I use it for example to record 4k footage on my action camera without having to switch out multiple cards on my adventures. There are uses...


I shoot 4K videos all the time at sporting events that are about 3 hours in length. None of them come even remotely close to exceeding 128GB let alone 256GB.
Picard1233 m ago

I shoot 4K videos all the time at sporting events that are about 3 hours …I shoot 4K videos all the time at sporting events that are about 3 hours in length. None of them come even remotely close to exceeding 128GB let alone 256GB.


a 64gb card holds just under 2 hours of 1080p@60fps footage. Thats on my daily commutes. Now imagine this being 4k@60fps and you quickly run out of storage. This saves me having to stop every hour to change cards, especially when im riding in a group.
maccymac4 m ago

a 64gb card holds just under 2 hours of 1080p@60fps footage. Thats on my …a 64gb card holds just under 2 hours of 1080p@60fps footage. Thats on my daily commutes. Now imagine this being 4k@60fps and you quickly run out of storage. This saves me having to stop every hour to change cards, especially when im riding in a group.


It's not the resolution and fps that's key - it's the bitrate - of which you've made no mention.

And you reckon that you've got a camera that can shoot over 2 hours of video at 4K/60? What camera is it?
Picard12348 m ago

MicroSD cards are bottom of the memory food chain ie slowest form of …MicroSD cards are bottom of the memory food chain ie slowest form of memory, poor wear rates in terms of writes etc. They're simply not designed to be used a psuedo 'hard disk' or SSD.I had a Surface Pro. Can't imagine ever using a microSD in it as a storage medium over say, a much faster, cheaper and more reliable nano flash drive.


I don't disagree that a micro sd card is a less than ideal option... Problem is your options are limited on a surface Pro with there being only one usb port without bringing in hubs etc into the equation but assuming you had no other need for a usb port then yes a (decent) nano drive would be a better option
maccymac3 h, 3 m ago

Now imagine this being 4k@60fps and you quickly run out of storage.


Not necessarily. It's all codec and bit rate dependant. 4K/60 on the GPH6 for example uses H.265 HEVC which produces a small file size due to the more aggressive compression algorithm. Nobody would want to use 2hr+ @ H.264 4K/60 as the files would unmanageable. You'd be surprised how unnecessary 256GB is for most video work.
brilly wrote:
well obviously someone buying a 256gb card needs 256gb so how else are you going to make that out of two 128gb cards?

What device needs a 256GB microSD card.

Ok. I will bite. I can store my 180GB+ music library on my phone, stick some videos on there for my commute and still have ample space for other things I don’t want to store in the cloud/access offline
rum_dlc1 h, 22 m ago

I can store my 180GB+ music library on my phone


Unless your commute is from to London to China, I doubt that you even listen to 1% of those 180GB worth of songs.....
Picard12315 h, 59 m ago

What device would you need a 256GB microSD card?


Well to chime in I have a nintendo switch that would greatly benefit from one of these. Currently has 128gb and its full and its not the most practical thing to be changing SD cards when u want to switch game. Having all on one would be best
Picard12317 h, 4 m ago

What device would you need a 256GB microSD card?



Pretty much maxed out my 128GB in my phone, so I guess that's a good place to start
sorry these are all irrelevant - come back when you have picard approved applications
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