SanDisk MicroSDHC (CLASS 2) + MicroMate (SDHC Reader) - 4GB + 4% Quidco £17.49 Delivered (Select Jersey)
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SanDisk MicroSDHC (CLASS 2) + MicroMate (SDHC Reader) - 4GB + 4% Quidco £17.49 Delivered (Select Jersey)

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Found 19th Jan 2008
I know about the Kingston version on dvd.co.uk that's slightly cheaper, but i prefer Sandisk which is unavailable on dvd.co.uk and play.com. £17.49 Delivered (Select Jersey). Knowing my luck i'll get loads of cold votes without justification!


The High storage capacity (4GB) of the SanDisk Micro SDHC is essential for storing digital content such as high quality photos, videos, music and more on your mobile phone or PDA.

The 4GB SanDisk Micro SDHC high capacity flash card comes bundled with the MicroMate SD/SDHC compatible, high-speed USB 2.0 Sandisk reader and a full size SD card adapter. These two additions will ensure your transition from the microSD format to the microSDHC format is as smooth as possible.

- Speed performance rating: Class 2
- 5 year limited warranty
- MicroMate USB 2.0 SD/SDHC Reader
- Includes full size SD adapter

Please Note:
Not all devices support microSDHC 4.0GB cards. Please contact your device manufacturer for details. To ensure compatibility, look for the microSDHC logo on the product or packaging of your new phone or PDA.

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heat added without justification exept:4gb 18quid micro

The same card is available from ]Play.com for £16.99 delivered. Also 4% Quidco

Good price if you always stick to Sandisk (I have a few) but the the Kingston is supposed to be twice as fast for extra 50p, so I got one. I don't want to start any fanboy arguments just be open minded.

The SD Speed Class Ratings specify a minimum sustained write speed for SDHC cards (Class 2: 2 MB/s2; Class 4: 4 MB/s; Class 6: 6 MB/s)

Did'nt get a SDHC card reader with the Kingston, just micro adapter.

Original Poster

I think spending 50p less (i know it's only pennies!) and getting a reader is better:

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/21GK1JF1HmL._SL210_.jpg
http://www.july.co.jp/images/MicroMate_MS_Card_Reader_straight.jpg

Also i don't think 4mb vs 2mb/sec will make that much of a difference in real terms because of all the overhead etc. This is especially evident when writing loads of small files, with constatnt start/stop it wont make that much of a difference (takes a second or two to reach max write speed). But i will agree writing a massive video file you will notice a significant difference. But it also bear in mind how often you write stuff as well!

voted COLD

justification: because I wanted too

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yipykayay;1476312

The same card is available from ]Play.com for £16.99 delivered. Also 4% … The same card is available from ]Play.com for £16.99 delivered. Also 4% Quidco



WOW must have just come into stock literally aa few minutes ago!

I think i might delete this post now!

Original Poster

Does anyone know if the micromate is included? No mention of it on play.com

kobirulali;1476569

Does anyone know if the micromate is included? No mention of it on … Does anyone know if the micromate is included? No mention of it on play.com


Going by the reviews, it does come with the reader.

Original Poster

Can't be asked cancelling and reordering for 50p!!!

kobirulali;1476448

I think spending 50p less (i know it's only pennies!) and getting a … I think spending 50p less (i know it's only pennies!) and getting a reader is better:Also i don't think 4mb vs 2mb/sec will make that much of a difference in real terms because of all the overhead etc. This is especially evident when writing loads of small files, with constatnt start/stop it wont make that much of a difference (takes a second or two to reach max write speed). But i will agree writing a massive video file you will notice a significant difference. But it also bear in mind how often you write stuff as well!



It depends on what your using the memory card for, if it for Nintendo DS back then faster card better to save you from lags and freeze in games. Otherwise quicker on transfering in large files.

Kingston memory better cos of faster speed, but if only the memory made in Japan. If its made in China or Taiwan then its slower just like Sandisk where they made from.

I got one of these recently and it's fine for my camera (dmc-tz3) but it was quite a bit slower than my 2GB sandisk in my TTDS cart. Got it from dvd.co.uk c/w micormate reader.

That micromate sdhc adapter , bundled free, is definitely worth it. You need to make sure that it does come free or a little extra as it is worth at least £5. I bought a much more uglier adapter from ebuyer.com for £5 a couple of months' earlier and even then I though the adapter was brilliant and the Micromate is even better than this and is is bundled free when I bought a microSD which came with an SD adapter.

asusboy;1476754

It depends on what your using the memory card for, if it for Nintendo DS … It depends on what your using the memory card for, if it for Nintendo DS back then faster card better to save you from lags and freeze in games. Otherwise quicker on transfering in large files.Kingston memory better cos of faster speed, but if only the memory made in Japan. If its made in China or Taiwan then its slower just like Sandisk where they made from.



Never had lag and freeze problems with Sandisk 2GB the R4 and DSTT.

The Kingston 4GB card from dvd.co.uk has CO4G Japan writen on it.

Original Poster

I take it all back, this is sloooooooow compared to my 2gb micro sd sandisk. Also it's made in china :-( So most likely it will break in about 2 months!

Anyone get one from play.com tell me if it's made in china as well?
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