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SanDisk Ultra 200 GB microSDXC Memory Card up to 90 MB/s, Class 10 £48.99 @ Amazon [Prime Members Exclusive]
SanDisk Ultra 200 GB microSDXC Memory Card up to 90 MB/s, Class 10 £48.99 @ Amazon [Prime Members Exclusive]

SanDisk Ultra 200 GB microSDXC Memory Card up to 90 MB/s, Class 10 £48.99 @ Amazon [Prime Members Exclusive]

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Breakthrough capacity means you never have to stop shooting, saving and sharing. This durable microSDXC UHS-I card can hold up to 20 hours of Full HD video6 before you even have to think about moving anything to your PC. And with premium card-to-PC transfer speed of up to 90MB/s**, you can transfer up to 1200 photos a minute5. Built to perform in extreme conditions, SanDisk Ultra microSDXC cards2 are water proof, temperature proof, shock proof, X-ray proof and magnet proof. The 200GB* Premium Edition is rated Class 10 for Full HD video1 recording performance and comes with a SD adapter and a ten-year warranty

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Great deal - actually got it for £38.99 as the Audible trial deal gave £10 free credit too !

£38.99 for 200gb card excellent deal thanks OP

Just had to send one of these back to SanDisk. Dead after 2 months. Might have been static damage when I removed it from my media player. It's a lot of data to loose if it's used as a camera or phone storage. Thankfully it was only music on mine I had elsewhere.

Maybe need to check if this is fast enough for 4K for futureproof-ness.

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lowbacca

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StillTheFlyest

Maybe need to check if this is fast enough for 4K for futureproof-ness.



90MB is ample.

Spark

90MB is ample.



​thats upto 90mb read, write speeds will be much slower

I would have bought one if it was a Samsung using my £10 discount from yesterday Amazon Audiable trial.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 8th Jul 2016

nipstyler

Just had to send one of these back to SanDisk. Dead after 2 months. Might … Just had to send one of these back to SanDisk. Dead after 2 months. Might have been static damage when I removed it from my media player. It's a lot of data to loose if it's used as a camera or phone storage. Thankfully it was only music on mine I had elsewhere.



​Same here, bought on the black Friday deals, lasted about four months and then totally dead.
However good service from Sandisk, replaced with no problems.

lowbacca

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​Same as your heart...

Anyone know if these work ok in the Nvidia shield box?

Now if only batteries could keep up with the curve :(!
Great price, but this kind of storage is borderline scary for cameras etc. I sort of like the idea of slightly lower storage that forces you to backup/wipe your card and then start again. 200GB is a hell of a lot of "memories" to lose.

HarryShotta

​thats upto 90mb read, write speeds will be much slower


Indeed. Since they don't advertise even UHS-1 on the card (or the Amazon product page) but UHS/Class 10 only, they only speed you'll get for sure is 10 MB/s. Anything over that mark might (or might not) happen.
_up to_ 90 MB/s _read_ speed means it might be fast enough to play 4K content on your phone from the card...
In the real world you might barely hit 10MB/s read and 1MB/s write: pcmag.com/art…asp

I would refrain from buying this card - while definitely large, it's also slow. _At most_ for shooting 1080p/30fps movies, or large-but-not-too-big pictures, but not much more. Well, I could keep my music there, that would work

wixster

Now if only batteries could keep up with the curve :(!Great price, but … Now if only batteries could keep up with the curve :(!Great price, but this kind of storage is borderline scary for cameras etc. I sort of like the idea of slightly lower storage that forces you to backup/wipe your card and then start again. 200GB is a hell of a lot of "memories" to lose.



​I had ultra 64gb fail on me after a year but card got locked so I coluld still copy stuff of it just couldnt write anything to it. Replaced within a month straight from holland.

c-traxx

​I had ultra 64gb fail on me after a year but card got locked so I coluld … ​I had ultra 64gb fail on me after a year but card got locked so I coluld still copy stuff of it just couldnt write anything to it. Replaced within a month straight from holland.



DId you have to return the faulty card to Holland beforehand?

Edited by: "smsmasters" 8th Jul 2016

Would this be suitable for a raspberry pi 3?? I need a fairly large amount of storage for a retro pi box and don't really want to add a portable HDD as the power draw issues it may cause

smsmasters

DId you have to return the faulty card to Holland beforehand?



​Yes

TinoCarlos

Would this be suitable for a raspberry pi 3?? I need a fairly large … Would this be suitable for a raspberry pi 3?? I need a fairly large amount of storage for a retro pi box and don't really want to add a portable HDD as the power draw issues it may cause


of course, why wouldn't it be? In fact, if you don't mind some software tinkering, these UHS-I cards can be overclocked quite well in an rpi which could almost double the read speed you get: jeffgeerling.com/blo…i-3

The speed of the write is important. This is U1 so only 10mb/s write. New cards are U3 which is minimuim write speed of 30mb/s

I have just bought a Kingston U3 90mb/s read and 80mb/s write. I have a standard goPro (non 2k or 4k) and the difference between this and U1 card is noticeable even when just taking a photo. There used to be a delay of 1-2s and now with this high speed card its almost instant.

I have this card for music storage on my fiio, so I have not had issues with the speed apart from the initial loading of the music that was rather slow.

I am still considering buying a second card as it will be used for music, but for those who require high transfer speeds consider the results from PCwelt.

How quickly the Sandisk Ultra microSDHC 200GB is under ideal conditions?

In an ultra-high-speed card reader Sandisk model achieved during sequential read up to 92 megabytes per second. This is an excellent value, even approaches almost to the top speed of the fastest micro SDXC cards in the test. When writing the 200 GB card manages, however, only just under 15 MB / s, the 128 GB competition here is almost twice as fast. The access time is just under 0.9 milliseconds - a good value.
Edited by: "moneyforme" 8th Jul 2016

kvaruni

of course, why wouldn't it be? In fact, if you don't mind some software … of course, why wouldn't it be? In fact, if you don't mind some software tinkering, these UHS-I cards can be overclocked quite well in an rpi which could almost double the read speed you get: http://www.jeffgeerling.com/blog/2016/how-overclock-microsd-card-reader-on-raspberry-pi-3


You sire, are a legend. Thanks for the tip.

reverof

Great deal - actually got it for £38.99 as the Audible trial deal gave … Great deal - actually got it for £38.99 as the Audible trial deal gave £10 free credit too !£38.99 for 200gb card excellent deal thanks OP



But it is not £38.99 for a 200GB card is it? I have £100 credit in my account, does it make the card £0?

Regardless, good deal.

indyjukebox

But it is not £38.99 for a 200GB card is it? I have £100 credit in my a … But it is not £38.99 for a 200GB card is it? I have £100 credit in my account, does it make the card £0?Regardless, good deal.



Yes it is read the sentence again - "I got it"

Also the £10 was FREE not originally paid for by anyone due to audible deal.

Don't forget that Samsung released a 256gb card recently although those extra 56gb don't have set you back a lot.

For shooting video and photos, eg on a family holiday, large cards seem to make a lot of sense. But you could end up regretting it if the card fails/corrupts and you lose everything from your whole holiday. I run my own video production business and we always shoot projects on smaller cards for this very reason. Card failure happens more often than you think, particularly on cheaper cards where they've cut corners to make it that cheap.

reverof

Yes it is read the sentence again - "I got it" Also the £10 was FREE not … Yes it is read the sentence again - "I got it" Also the £10 was FREE not originally paid for by anyone due to audible deal.



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Samsung just unveiled their new cards with 500mb per sec ! Mind you, they won't be compatible with anything as they use a different connection configuration on the back.

Not sure id trust flash mem at this price. Nearly £50 isnt throw away money. Give it a year when its sub £30 and ill bite.

JayR123

Samsung just unveiled their new cards with 500mb per sec ! Mind you, … Samsung just unveiled their new cards with 500mb per sec ! Mind you, they won't be compatible with anything as they use a different connection configuration on the back.



Maybe they'll drop microSD support on their phones in favour of their own new standard. That's the only way I see them selling.

Yes, 'cause going their own route worked out for Sony and their Memory Sticks....

The size and shape of the card is the same, so if they make their slots dual compatible with the old Micro SD and the new cards... it may work out for them.

indyjukebox

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If you found or was given a free £1 off voucher off at MacDonald and you decided on a Big Mac meal at £4.59, how much did you pay £4.59 or £3.59?

RiverDragon8

If you found or was given a free £1 off voucher off at MacDonald and you … If you found or was given a free £1 off voucher off at MacDonald and you decided on a Big Mac meal at £4.59, how much did you pay £4.59 or £3.59?



My point wasn't how much this chap paid. That is his personal business/details etc. I don't really care how much someone else paid for this card. My message was in response to his second statement "£38.99 for 200gb card excellent deal". Clearly it isn't an excellent deal at £38.99, because it isn't £38.99. The only reason it is £38.99 is because he has some voucher, which doesn't apply to anyone else and has no relevance to anyone else on HUKD.

indyjukebox

My point wasn't how much this chap paid. That is his personal … My point wasn't how much this chap paid. That is his personal business/details etc. I don't really care how much someone else paid for this card. My message was in response to his second statement "£38.99 for 200gb card excellent deal". Clearly it isn't an excellent deal at £38.99, because it isn't £38.99. The only reason it is £38.99 is because he has some voucher, which doesn't apply to anyone else and has no relevance to anyone else on HUKD.



you need to get out more.

lowbacca

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​Because?

mwoodger

​Because?


She doesn't understand what this is.

cold, not UFS

thought I'd start this argument!
a while ago with TVs it was cold not 1080p, then cold not 4K, then cold not HDR, so now with memory cards it needs to be UFS, regardless if anything actually supports them or not
Edited by: "TwistedNerve" 8th Jul 2016

how long will it take to copy the contents onto my PC when full? Actually, my netbook only has about 5GB free space. how long will it take to upload to onedrive?

reverof

Great deal - actually got it for £38.99 as the Audible trial deal gave … Great deal - actually got it for £38.99 as the Audible trial deal gave £10 free credit too !£38.99 for 200gb card excellent deal thanks OP


Do you have a link to get this for that price please

lowbacca

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