SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance up to 100MB/s, Class 10, U1 £61.17 - Amazon sold by Amazon US
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SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance up to 100MB/s, Class 10, U1 £61.17 - Amazon sold by Amazon US

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Edited by:"ganon"Found 16th Oct
200GB microSD card. 2-6 days for shipping

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My 128gb is enough for now, the way of memory cards, this will surly come down further.

Heat for the deal for those that need this sooner tho!

I'll bide my time though.
Edited by: "Bal00chi" 16th Oct

Picard12335 m ago

Just curious....why does she need 200GB capacity? MicroSD cards are bottom …Just curious....why does she need 200GB capacity? MicroSD cards are bottom of the flash memory food chain in terms of performance.


I'm not intime's girlfriend, but I need 200GB SD cards to use in an ipod with an iflash-quad. 4 x 200GB means I can carry much more of my music around with me than if I were to use 4 x 128GB - the extra ~300GB is around 500 extra albums I can have accessible at all times. Plus it costs around the same price for 4x200 as 1x400gb does, so a no-brainer for me.

Wow. We're living in the future. I remember selling SD cards with a capacity of 256MB!

Interesting. I notice that Amazon have started putting a green "Global Store" logo by the side of some cards, it say's "Shop Amazon’s worldwide selection, Reliable international delivery in as little as 2 business days". You have to pay £2.99 delivery, but here's a SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC Memory Card for £13.70 + £2.99 UK Delivery
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My 128gb is enough for now, the way of memory cards, this will surly come down further.

Heat for the deal for those that need this sooner tho!

I'll bide my time though.
Edited by: "Bal00chi" 16th Oct

Hot, if you really need this capacity - that is HUGE!

I was wondering what A1 app performance was. Interesting article:
sdcard.org/con…on/

Wow. We're living in the future. I remember selling SD cards with a capacity of 256MB!

Interesting. I notice that Amazon have started putting a green "Global Store" logo by the side of some cards, it say's "Shop Amazon’s worldwide selection, Reliable international delivery in as little as 2 business days". You have to pay £2.99 delivery, but here's a SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC Memory Card for £13.70 + £2.99 UK Delivery

good card this bought it when it was around £40 last year

jnm2141 m ago

Hot, if you really need this capacity - that is HUGE!


My girlfriend, that's who, and now my pocket is going to be £60 lighter....thanks a bunch HUKD

ScroopEgerton19 m ago

Wow. We're living in the future. I remember selling SD cards with a …Wow. We're living in the future. I remember selling SD cards with a capacity of 256MB!



I paid over £100 for 1gb a long time around year 2000. I still have that close to worthless memory card.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 16th Oct

Was looking at this for a min thinking to myself something is odd about this then it hit me. This is 200GB, don't usually see that capacity.. Usually in powers of 2.

would wait till boxing day or black friday and see the reduced price for this.

Aldnoah12 m ago

Was looking at this for a min thinking to myself something is odd about …Was looking at this for a min thinking to myself something is odd about this then it hit me. This is 200GB, don't usually see that capacity.. Usually in powers of 2.



Unusual indeed.
It was the the highest capacity they could make in 2014.

There's a SanDisk 400GB card out now
Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 16th Oct

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it fascinates me does the development of sd cards... if they have 128gb what technology is then needed that they don't have to develop a 256gb then a 512gb etc. they seem to hit a limit then develop an even higher gb of memory in the same small package.

might sound weird what I'm saying but it just gets me every time... just create an infinite gb as card and be done with it haha.


although I would like to pay 30quid for this capacity it is a good price currently so heat op

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Cold, that's the normal price...

moneybanks1415 m ago

it fascinates me does the development of sd cards... if they have 128gb …it fascinates me does the development of sd cards... if they have 128gb what technology is then needed that they don't have to develop a 256gb then a 512gb etc. they seem to hit a limit then develop an even higher gb of memory in the same small package.might sound weird what I'm saying but it just gets me every time... just create an infinite gb as card and be done with it haha.although I would like to pay 30quid for this capacity it is a good price currently so heat op

Moore's law probably has something to do with it

I'd be interested in seeing some benchmarks, I know it says A1 speed but typically SanDisk have been junk for 4k rand read/writes which is what apps typically rely on (lots of small random files)

intime39 m ago

My girlfriend, that's who, and now my pocket is going to be £60 …My girlfriend, that's who, and now my pocket is going to be £60 lighter....thanks a bunch HUKD


Just curious....why does she need 200GB capacity? MicroSD cards are bottom of the flash memory food chain in terms of performance.

dcx_badass13 m ago

I'd be interested in seeing some benchmarks, I know it says A1 speed but …I'd be interested in seeing some benchmarks, I know it says A1 speed but typically SanDisk have been junk for 4k rand read/writes which is what apps typically rely on (lots of small random files)


See my earlier post for one speed test.

I have this card in my nvidia shield perfect for everyday use and quick enough, although it is MUCH quicker when transferring say a single 30gb file rather than 1000’s of small files that add up to 30gb

I bought a 200GB Sandisk MicroSD card a few months ago from Amazon and paid a few pounds less I think (not much though) and I'm fairly sure it is the same one as this. The first one I received died within a few hours but the second has been fine since, I have all my music, photo's and video's on it.

The same card had been cheaper at last years Amazon Prime Day but I think the weak pound pushed the price up to nearer £70. To get the 256GB (or larger) there is a big price jump. These things are already so small that miniaturising them further increases the failure rate and therefore manufacturing costs, it's truly amazing that you can store so much data on something so small.

Picard12335 m ago

Just curious....why does she need 200GB capacity? MicroSD cards are bottom …Just curious....why does she need 200GB capacity? MicroSD cards are bottom of the flash memory food chain in terms of performance.


I'm not intime's girlfriend, but I need 200GB SD cards to use in an ipod with an iflash-quad. 4 x 200GB means I can carry much more of my music around with me than if I were to use 4 x 128GB - the extra ~300GB is around 500 extra albums I can have accessible at all times. Plus it costs around the same price for 4x200 as 1x400gb does, so a no-brainer for me.

Curlynob1 h, 40 m ago

Interesting. I notice that Amazon have started putting a green "Global …Interesting. I notice that Amazon have started putting a green "Global Store" logo by the side of some cards, it say's "Shop Amazon’s worldwide selection, Reliable international delivery in as little as 2 business days". You have to pay £2.99 delivery, but here's a SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC Memory Card for £13.70 + £2.99 UK Delivery


Yes and a 30 day return policy to USA and possibly no manufacturer warranty
Edited by: "nougat" 16th Oct

busterdan32 m ago

I bought a 200GB Sandisk MicroSD card a few months ago from Amazon and …I bought a 200GB Sandisk MicroSD card a few months ago from Amazon and paid a few pounds less I think (not much though) and I'm fairly sure it is the same one as this.

It was £52.79 on Prime Day (July 2017). I've found this card okay for DAP storage though transfers are fairly slow.

tarantulas27 m ago

I'm not intime's girlfriend, but I need 200GB SD cards to use in an ipod …I'm not intime's girlfriend, but I need 200GB SD cards to use in an ipod with an iflash-quad. 4 x 200GB means I can carry much more of my music around with me than if I were to use 4 x 128GB - the extra ~300GB is around 500 extra albums I can have accessible at all times. Plus it costs around the same price for 4x200 as 1x400gb does, so a no-brainer for me.


How are you finding the meta-data limit in your expanded iPod as supposedly there is a limit of around 40 - 60K songs depending on how much tag info you have?
I expanded mine to a mere 512GB mainly due to this issue and because I got a great deal on a pair of 256GB full size cards.

jnm212 h, 27 m ago

Hot, if you really need this capacity - that is HUGE!


It's not actually huge, it just appears large in terms of the technology employed. 200GB is a very small amount in comparison to over 10 years ago in hard drive technology. In 2006 750GB was the largest HDD size. Lastly in terms of how people utilise phones and tablets and cameras, then this is a decent storage amount. I've filled up the 32GB on my phone, do I need 200GB? No I need another 32GB if I work on the basis that I currently should have 2x the employed storage amount and since 64GB is relatively cheap, then 64GB would more than do for me.

I was looking at this card the other night there. When I was still trying to work out how I would buy a Switch and pass it off as a present for one of the kids or some other excuse that my wife would accept.

In the end I've given up.

haa05181 h, 45 m ago

would wait till boxing day or black friday and see the reduced price for …would wait till boxing day or black friday and see the reduced price for this.


Who or what would?

ScroopEgerton2 h, 42 m ago

Wow. We're living in the future. I remember selling SD cards with a …Wow. We're living in the future. I remember selling SD cards with a capacity of 256MB!


My first digital camera had a 2MB smart media card!

fishmaster41 m ago

It's not actually huge, it just appears large in terms of the technology …It's not actually huge, it just appears large in terms of the technology employed. 200GB is a very small amount in comparison to over 10 years ago in hard drive technology. In 2006 750GB was the largest HDD size. Lastly in terms of how people utilise phones and tablets and cameras, then this is a decent storage amount. I've filled up the 32GB on my phone, do I need 200GB? No I need another 32GB if I work on the basis that I currently should have 2x the employed storage amount and since 64GB is relatively cheap, then 64GB would more than do for me.


I would disagree (respectfully ) - it is over:

40 DVDs

500 of the first HDD in my first PC (420MB in 1992)

6400 of the first memory drive I bought (32MB)

140K floppy disks

AND much smaller than just 1 of any of these items! We take technology for granted & stepping back to say wow is to be encouraged!

andymk36 m ago

My first digital camera had a 2MB smart media card!


I wonder what capacity a C10 had? I wonder if anyone will even have a clue what that is (clue it was the first storage media I used on a computer)!!!

jnm2119 m ago

I would disagree (respectfully ) - it is over:40 DVDs500 of the first …I would disagree (respectfully ) - it is over:40 DVDs500 of the first HDD in my first PC (420MB in 1992)6400 of the first memory drive I bought (32MB)140K floppy disksAND much smaller than just 1 of any of these items! We take technology for granted & stepping back to say wow is to be encouraged!


Who wants the cassette tape back is my answer to that. Anyone? No thought not.

jnm2119 m ago

I wonder what capacity a C10 had? I wonder if anyone will even have a …I wonder what capacity a C10 had? I wonder if anyone will even have a clue what that is (clue it was the first storage media I used on a computer)!!!


Must be way before my time

fishmaster1 h, 26 m ago

It's not actually huge, it just appears large in terms of the technology …It's not actually huge, it just appears large in terms of the technology employed. 200GB is a very small amount in comparison to over 10 years ago in hard drive technology. In 2006 750GB was the largest HDD size.


Get a sense of perspective as relatively speaking 200GB for a microSD card is still a decent amount when you consider the format. Sure there are higher capacity cards now but density wise these are still impressive.

Agharta3 m ago

Get a sense of perspective as relatively speaking 200GB for a microSD card …Get a sense of perspective as relatively speaking 200GB for a microSD card is still a decent amount when you consider the format. Sure there are higher capacity cards now but density wise these are still impressive.


I already gave a sense of perspective in my post. Have a read again if you missed it.

The capacity of these can go up to 2TB.

fishmaster4 m ago

I already gave a sense of perspective in my post.


Comparing a 3.5" HDD with a microSD card shows a complete lack of perspective.

Gort19515 m ago

The capacity of these can go up to 2TB.


I doubt that using current tech so what are you basing that on?

btw, this as card will have 183gb of storage capacity available when mounted.

I remember when I paid £100 for a 1gb psp sd card
Edited by: "moneybanks14" 16th Oct

nougat2 h, 55 m ago

Yes and a 30 day return policy to USA and possibly no manufacturer warranty


It's direct with Amazon, I'm not worried about getting shafted.

Agharta2 h, 42 m ago

How are you finding the meta-data limit in your expanded iPod as …How are you finding the meta-data limit in your expanded iPod as supposedly there is a limit of around 40 - 60K songs depending on how much tag info you have?I expanded mine to a mere 512GB mainly due to this issue and because I got a great deal on a pair of 256GB full size cards.

I too would like an answer to this question. I have just ordered the iflash quad for my 7th gen ipod. Not sure which cards I'm going for yet but suspect it will take an age to initially fill it.
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