SanDisk Extreme MicroSDHC 100MB s A1 C10 V30 UHSI U3 32GB + Adapter, for £9.99, at PicStop
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SanDisk Extreme MicroSDHC 100MB s A1 C10 V30 UHSI U3 32GB + Adapter, for £9.99, at PicStop

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Found 12th May
SanDisk Extreme MicroSDHC 100MB s A1 C10 V30 UHSI U3 32GB, for £9.99, at PicStop.

Extreme speeds for fast transfer, app performance, and 4K UHD.


  • Engineered for Android™ smartphones and tablets and MIL cameras
  • Shoot continuous burst mode, Full HD and 4K UHD video2
  • Transfer big files quickly
  • Rated A1 for faster app performance9
  • Up to 100/90MB/s* read/write speeds for fast shooting and transfer (128GB-256GB only)
  • Up to 100/60MB/s* read/write speeds for fast shooting and transfer (32GB-64GB only)
  • Lifetime warranty3


Description:

Fast just got faster:

Capture more action with the SanDisk Extreme microSDHC/SDXC UHS-I cards with transfer speeds of up to 100 MB/s 1. Designed for the latest Android smartphones, tablets and MIL cameras.

Load apps faster with A1:

Rated A1, the SanDisk Extreme microSDHC/microSDXC cards are optimised for apps, delivering faster app launch and performance, and providing better smartphone experience2.

Burst mode and 4K Ultra HD video:

Never miss a shot with continuous burst mode speeds of up to 60MB/s1. Capture sharp detail and vibrant colours with Full HD and stunning 4K Ultra HD video3.

Built to resist the toughest conditions:

Durability-tested to protect your memories from life’s mishaps – waterproof, shockproof, x-ray proof and temperature proof.
Wherever you take your device, your card is designed to resist the toughest conditions4.

Compatible with SD card slots:

This card comes with a convenient SD card adapter, so you can also capture and access data on the card with any device that has an SD slot.
You’ll be able to use your memory card with SD-enabled cameras, camcorders, tablets and laptops.

Easily manage your memory:

The SanDisk Memory Zone app5 simplifies managing your smartphone memory and your media files – making it easy to access and back-up all your photos, videos and precious files.

1: 128GB-256GB: Up to 100MB/s read speed; up to 90MB/s write speed. 32GB-64GB: up to 100MB/s read speed; up to 60MB/s write speed. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes.
2: Results may vary based on host device, app type and other factors.
3: Compatible device required. Full HD (1920x1080) and 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) support may vary based upon host device, file attributes and other factors. Visit our official website to learn more.
4: See product packaging and manufacturer’s website for additional information and limitations.
5: Download and installation is required. See manufacturer’s website for more details.


And for those of you that perhaps actually need/require such information too, for Nintendo Switch compatibility, and such likes, then this link may be helpful also:

gamespot.com/gal…65/

en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app…faq


Some other useful link's that might also be helpful to some:

sdcard.org/dev…tml


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Deal link again:

picstop.co.uk/mic…tml
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Where's the best place to buy large storage micro SD cards that are definitely legit, had 2 off eBay weren't legit but fake, won't be buying SD cards of eBay ever again, preferably SanDisk or Kingston or samsung
Edited by: "ian_dude" 12th May
ian_dude12/05/2019 10:32

Where's the best place to buy large storage micro SD cards that are …Where's the best place to buy large storage micro SD cards that are definitely legit, had 2 off eBay weren't legit but fake, won't be buying SD cards of eBay ever again, preferably SanDisk or Kingston or samsung


Many a comment, on many a HUKD Thread ( + on various online Forums too, etc? - Google it), have either warned about, and/or had certain scare stories (or BOTH), of people who've ordered these sorts of thing's off of random seller's on eBay, and then ... :-(

Needless to say, DON'T bother yourself with eBay for such thing's, simple as.

Unless of course your eBay purchase is via a reputable source for such stuff's (eg. Base, Curry's/PC World, MyMemory, PicStop, etc etc etc?), and so on, and so forth?.

Otherwise (simply put), you're obviously risking being (figuratively) ripped widddde open ...

You have been warned. :-(

That aside:

"Where's the best place to buy large storage micro SD cards".

Any of my above aforementioned should be able to do you right in sorting out your current conundrum?.

With the addition of Amazon also, etc?.

Ps.
Amazon has 'bases' around the World ...

So that could obvious be a consideration too? (eg. Amazon Germany, Amazon Italy, Amazon France, and so on, and so forth, and what have you's?).

Make the veryyyyy most of pre-Brexit 'incentives' while you possibly still can, etc, I'd say?. :-D

All the best with all that. :-)
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