SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter - Amazon Spain £61.58
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SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter - Amazon Spain £61.58

£61.58£73.49 16% Amazon Spain Deals
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Found 21st Nov
Inspired by the deal posted for the 400GB card, i saw this and thought it far better value.

With a fee free card, costs only £61.58 including shipping.

SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance up to 100MB/s, Class 10, U1

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Am I just the only one that finds the capacity of these tiny little things truly amazing? It doesn't seem that long ago when I was amazed by 650Mb on a CD.
Edited by: "Scottc123" 21st Nov

Scottc12327 m ago

Am I just the only one that finds the capacity of these tiny little things …Am I just the only one that finds the capacity of these tiny little things truly amazing? It doesn't seem that long ago when I was amazed by 650Mb on a CD.


It's all relative, if you think about all the data that exists on this planet the planet Earth, yet we're a tiny spec well not even that in the Universe. It's not really amazing it's just your perception of what is expected that creates that illusion in your mind.

Here's an example of what I mean >

en.wikipedia.org/wik…Dot

That's a very famous photo of the planet Earth as viewed from Voyager 1 as it was programmed to turn its camera back and photograph Earth in 1990. We're nothing but a spec of dust in the bands of sunlight that scatter the image. Now if you think about all the data that exists on planet Earth in 2017 and imagine we're a spec of dust with all the data on it, some one who could pick up that spec of dust would be truly amazed by all the data contained within. I don't find it amazing at all, what I do find amazing is that in the vastness of space that anyone could think there isn't life anywhere else, maybe they've cured their own human condition and are free and content.
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At current prices this is good. For info however not the best as has been £48-55 in the past.

Am I just the only one that finds the capacity of these tiny little things truly amazing? It doesn't seem that long ago when I was amazed by 650Mb on a CD.
Edited by: "Scottc123" 21st Nov

Scottc1238 m ago

Am I just the only one that finds the capacity of these tiny little things …Am I just the only one that finds the capacity of these tiny little things truly amazing? It doesn't seem that long ago when I was amazed by 650Mb on a CD.


Nope, I’m with you on that!

i remember when we had 8mb and 16 mb Sony Memory Sticks and i thought they were quite impressive seeing as I’d been using not much more than that in my first Amiga hard drive.

Never forget my boss coming back from a trip to the US back at the tail end off 98 and said Sony are bringing out 128mb sticks....price expected to be about a grand!

The kids today don’t know they have it so good lol

I've opted to order one of these for £45 from CEX using some trade-in credit. Sure, there is a chance its a fake... but when I get it, I will take it to store if I don't like the quality. Two year warranty too. Its going in my new Switch, so if it does die, I'll just need to re-download the data.

For those considering this, the conversion via something like Revolut (€1.13/£1) would make this card around £55 delivered.

Im tempted but going to hold off as I’m not desperate....and my wallet is feeling a little over worked right now
Edited by: "DAZZ2000" 21st Nov

Wont be long until we are getting these in TB's

Scottc12327 m ago

Am I just the only one that finds the capacity of these tiny little things …Am I just the only one that finds the capacity of these tiny little things truly amazing? It doesn't seem that long ago when I was amazed by 650Mb on a CD.


It's all relative, if you think about all the data that exists on this planet the planet Earth, yet we're a tiny spec well not even that in the Universe. It's not really amazing it's just your perception of what is expected that creates that illusion in your mind.

Here's an example of what I mean >

en.wikipedia.org/wik…Dot

That's a very famous photo of the planet Earth as viewed from Voyager 1 as it was programmed to turn its camera back and photograph Earth in 1990. We're nothing but a spec of dust in the bands of sunlight that scatter the image. Now if you think about all the data that exists on planet Earth in 2017 and imagine we're a spec of dust with all the data on it, some one who could pick up that spec of dust would be truly amazed by all the data contained within. I don't find it amazing at all, what I do find amazing is that in the vastness of space that anyone could think there isn't life anywhere else, maybe they've cured their own human condition and are free and content.

fishmaster4 m ago

It's all relative, if you think about all the data that exists on this …It's all relative, if you think about all the data that exists on this planet the planet Earth, yet we're a tiny spec well not even that in the Universe. It's not really amazing it's just your perception of what is expected that creates that illusion in your mind. Here's an example of what I mean >https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pale_Blue_DotThat's a very famous photo of the planet Earth as viewed from Voyager 1 as it was programmed to turn its camera back and photograph Earth in 1990. We're nothing but a spec of dust in the bands of sunlight that scatter the image. Now if you think about all the data that exists on planet Earth in 2017 and imagine we're a spec of dust with all the data on it, some one who could pick up that spec of dust would be truly amazed by all the data contained within. I don't find it amazing at all, what I do find amazing is that in the vastness of space that anyone could think there isn't life anywhere else, maybe they've cured their own human condition and are free and content.

Respect

Poor reliability on these cards, so buying 200GB is nuts.

DAZZ200053 m ago

Nope, I’m with you on that!i remember when we had 8mb and 16 mb Sony M …Nope, I’m with you on that!i remember when we had 8mb and 16 mb Sony Memory Sticks and i thought they were quite impressive seeing as I’d been using not much more than that in my first Amiga hard drive.Never forget my boss coming back from a trip to the US back at the tail end off 98 and said Sony are bringing out 128mb sticks....price expected to be about a grand!The kids today don’t know they have it so good lol


The kids of today will probably be saying the same when the 1 exabyte thumb drives come out :).

As Picard says, the Sandisk Ultra range have a poor reputation:

decent price at the moment. I have a couple in a mp3 player, giving 400gb total capacity (bit less after formatting)

Picard12312 h, 52 m ago

Poor reliability on these cards, so buying 200GB is nuts.


Drop your ultra expensive smartphone and this is likely the only thing surviving.

LadyEleanor29 m ago

Drop your ultra expensive smartphone and this is likely the only thing …Drop your ultra expensive smartphone and this is likely the only thing surviving.


I've dropped my phone loads of times and it's been fine.

It's not drop damage that causes these cards to fail - it's the short life TLC Nand within them.

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Picard12333 m ago

I've dropped my phone loads of times and it's been fine.It's not drop …I've dropped my phone loads of times and it's been fine.It's not drop damage that causes these cards to fail - it's the short life TLC Nand within them.


Depends what you mean by short life. If its a couple of years that's fine, as technology moves on anyway. I've had the 128GB version in my phone for about 18 months and never had a problem. I've bought this as i need more capacity and from my own experience they do the job i need.

It will also enhance the life of the main eMMC, that also being fairly short.
Interestingly the short life of TLC benefits from larger capacity, reducing the chance of wear!

LadyEleanor2 m ago

It will also enhance the life of the main eMMC, that also being fairly …It will also enhance the life of the main eMMC, that also being fairly short.Interestingly the short life of TLC benefits from larger capacity, reducing the chance of wear!


You have no clue what you're talking about.

Picard1238 m ago

You have no clue what you're talking about.


You 99% do not. The vast majority of failed cards are fake or rejects bought off the likes of ebay.

LadyEleanor2 h, 2 m ago

You 99% do not. The vast majority of failed cards are fake or rejects …You 99% do not. The vast majority of failed cards are fake or rejects bought off the likes of ebay.


I've owned 3 Ultra cards. All have failed. Limited write cycles. One from PC World. Two from Amazon.

Even SanDisk themselves say that the warranty on these does NOT cover the following:

"(i) normal wear and tear, (ii) video monitoring, security, and surveillance devices, (iii) internet protocol/network cameras, (iv) in-car recording devices/dashboard cameras/black box cameras, (v) display devices that loop video, (vi) continuous recording set top box devices, (vii) continuous data logging devices like servers, or (viii) other excessive uses that exceed normal use in accordance with published instructions."

I had these in a camera and a smartphone for photos and videos which I consider to be 'normal use' yet the warranty apparently excludes that.

They should these cards Sandisk Ultra Unreliable.
Edited by: "Picard123" 22nd Nov

As I said on a few threads, the Red/Silver SDXC is the only memory card I've ever had (and I've had quite a few) that I've had to make a warranty claim on. Ended up going all the way to the Czech Republic

Even more reason to buy fro CEX. I'll keep the receipt safe, sounds like i'll need that warranty

LadyEleanor7 h, 59 m ago

You 99% do not. The vast majority of failed cards are fake or rejects …You 99% do not. The vast majority of failed cards are fake or rejects bought off the likes of ebay.


I had the 64GB version, bought from Argos (from this deal hotukdeals.com/dea…606 )
It lasted less than 18 months in my phone before failing completely.

Dealier19 m ago

I had the 64GB version, bought from Argos (from this deal …I had the 64GB version, bought from Argos (from this deal https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sandisk-ultra-microsdhc-64gb-memory-card-with-adaptor-999-argos-2344606 )It lasted less than 18 months in my phone before failing completely.


Seems they hate been used in continuous use dashcams. The bigger cards theoretically last longer. I suspect the design not using bad sector marking and wear levelling for SD cards is done on purpose, and throughout the industry.

A near full card also wears out 100s of times faster so I suspect many a quick kills happens on a full card.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 22nd Nov

haritori21st Nov

Wont be long until we are getting these in TB's



I just can't help myself:

Totoro!
& Happy Xmas + Happy new year

crazymonkey14 m ago

I just can't help myself:Totoro! & Happy Xmas + Happy new year


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fishmaster21st Nov

It's all relative, if you think about all the data that exists on this …It's all relative, if you think about all the data that exists on this planet the planet Earth, yet we're a tiny spec well not even that in the Universe. It's not really amazing it's just your perception of what is expected that creates that illusion in your mind. Here's an example of what I mean >https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pale_Blue_DotThat's a very famous photo of the planet Earth as viewed from Voyager 1 as it was programmed to turn its camera back and photograph Earth in 1990. We're nothing but a spec of dust in the bands of sunlight that scatter the image. Now if you think about all the data that exists on planet Earth in 2017 and imagine we're a spec of dust with all the data on it, some one who could pick up that spec of dust would be truly amazed by all the data contained within. I don't find it amazing at all, what I do find amazing is that in the vastness of space that anyone could think there isn't life anywhere else, maybe they've cured their own human condition and are free and content.


I think most scientists now believe that there is life elsewhere, the question now is how common is life? also its believed that we are quite late to the universe, so its pretty likely lots of civilizations have come and gone for millions and billions of years somewhere else in the cosmos..

I think they said the odds of earth being the first technological advanced civilization would be 1/10 to the 22nd power, so with that, I welcome our new alien overlords...

haritori4 h, 29 m ago

I think most scientists now believe that there is life elsewhere, the …I think most scientists now believe that there is life elsewhere, the question now is how common is life? also its believed that we are quite late to the universe, so its pretty likely lots of civilizations have come and gone for millions and billions of years somewhere else in the cosmos..I think they said the odds of earth being the first technological advanced civilization would be 1/10 to the 22nd power, so with that, I welcome our new alien overlords...


Well that's just this Universe, more probably exist. Will we ever know? It's quite possible the human race will cease to exist before we ever find out, due to the vast distances involved.

Aliens have already visited this planet. Also lots of UFO, s but the Governments cover it up. In the case of the UK with a D notice.
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