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Sandisk Ultra A1 128GB Micro SDXC Card £26.99 64GB for £14.99 Picstop

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Found 22nd AprEdited by:"pavel76"
Good price for Sandisk cards at Picstop

Link for 64GB A1 card picstop.co.uk/mic…tml


They also have cheaper version of 64GB for 13.99 picstop.co.uk/mic…tml
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Nice one OP.
Is the 128gb better than the Samsung Evo one ? I'm planning to buy one..

Thanks
vassy4u6 m ago

Nice one OP. Is the 128gb better than the Samsung Evo one ? I'm planning …Nice one OP. Is the 128gb better than the Samsung Evo one ? I'm planning to buy one..Thanks


Evo is better - higher speeds, more reliable... if you need card for Switch or tablet then Sandisk A1 will be completely fine
pavel7627 m ago

Evo is better - higher speeds, more reliable... if you need card for …Evo is better - higher speeds, more reliable... if you need card for Switch or tablet then Sandisk A1 will be completely fine


From benchmark I saw. Max read and write speed is same +/- 5mbps. And this is rated A1, so it's better than evo for apps on android. U1 card is also faster than u3 on nintendo switch
great deal, thanks!
pavel763 h, 40 m ago

Evo is better - higher speeds, more reliable... if you need card for …Evo is better - higher speeds, more reliable... if you need card for Switch or tablet then Sandisk A1 will be completely fine


Thanks. I’m looking for using with my s8 for 4K videos and also with my 4k action camera. So it would be Samsung evo I guess.
Edited by: "vassy4u" 23rd Apr
my camera on holiday (sony rx100m3) kept giving me card errors & I lost a lot of footage using this card & an evo.
Any idea what I am doing wrong an how to avoid in future.
I've never used these guys, any issues with fake cards? Just being cautious. I'd buy off Amazon but it's £8 more.
RebTheRebel53 m ago

I've never used these guys, any issues with fake cards? Just being …I've never used these guys, any issues with fake cards? Just being cautious. I'd buy off Amazon but it's £8 more.


List of Sandisk authorised resellers here:

sandisk.co.uk/abo…buy

(Picstop are on the list)
Edited by: "Picard123" 23rd Apr
thanks op
RebTheRebel50 m ago

I've never used these guys, any issues with fake cards? Just being …I've never used these guys, any issues with fake cards? Just being cautious. I'd buy off Amazon but it's £8 more.


I've worked in the camera trade / distribution for years - Picstop are totally legit.
RebTheRebel51 m ago

I've never used these guys, any issues with fake cards? Just being …I've never used these guys, any issues with fake cards? Just being cautious. I'd buy off Amazon but it's £8 more.



No issues with picstop - I have been using them since memory cards were 1gb for £100. They are an authorised seller of the cards and have been going a very long time.
vassy4u10 h, 1 m ago

Thanks. I’m looking for using with my s8 for 4K videos and also with my 4k …Thanks. I’m looking for using with my s8 for 4K videos and also with my 4k action camera. So it would be Samsung evo I guess.


Any good deals on the Samsung EVO ??
porridge1 h, 9 m ago

my camera on holiday (sony rx100m3) kept giving me card errors & I lost a …my camera on holiday (sony rx100m3) kept giving me card errors & I lost a lot of footage using this card & an evo.Any idea what I am doing wrong an how to avoid in future.


I always format the card in my camera before using it. Then I basically do everything I can reasonably do to avoid interrupting the card when it's loading or saving data: I make sure the camera isn't trying to save data to the card when I eject it (turn the camera off and make sure all lights have gone to be 100% safe). If the battery fails when the camera is trying to save a picture, it can cause trouble, so I'm very cautious taking pictures on a very low battery. When I plug the card into my computer, I always eject it properly when I'm finished (rather than just pulling it out of the slot). I've worked with memory cards for years, specifically SanDisk ones and personally I've never had one fail on me. That's across Compactflash, Secure Digital and microSD.
Just to add this is a VAT paying UK company so better for business and not a rip-off the taxpayer like some offshore purveyors. A real bargain for everyone.
porridge2 h, 1 m ago

my camera on holiday (sony rx100m3) kept giving me card errors & I lost a …my camera on holiday (sony rx100m3) kept giving me card errors & I lost a lot of footage using this card & an evo.Any idea what I am doing wrong an how to avoid in future.



Curlybobs52 m ago

I always format the card in my camera before using it. Then I basically do …I always format the card in my camera before using it. Then I basically do everything I can reasonably do to avoid interrupting the card when it's loading or saving data: I make sure the camera isn't trying to save data to the card when I eject it (turn the camera off and make sure all lights have gone to be 100% safe). If the battery fails when the camera is trying to save a picture, it can cause trouble, so I'm very cautious taking pictures on a very low battery. When I plug the card into my computer, I always eject it properly when I'm finished (rather than just pulling it out of the slot). I've worked with memory cards for years, specifically SanDisk ones and personally I've never had one fail on me. That's across Compactflash, Secure Digital and microSD.


High Endurance Memory Card's are often referred to for such things as Action Cam's ...

Though some certain/normal Memory Card's would suffice, it's more often then not, recommended.

But saying that though, via some earlier HUKD Thread's over x-Months (more often then not), a few people have favourably mentioned as to how Samsung Evo+ Memory Card's have come up TRUMP'S in that regard! (note to self: no Donald's were hurt in the writing of this info., lol). :-)

CarPhoneWarehouse are currently having a 3 for 2 sale on for EVERYTHING! (INCLUDES MicroSD Cards ... )

And Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Cards on that list too!.

Currently you can buy a 64GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Memory Card for £19.99 each ...


But under their 3 for 2 Deal (assuming you're prepared to buy more than 1 of these at the time - in one go that is?).

Then it'll be, buy 2 x 64GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's at £19.99 = £19.99 x 2 = £39.98.

And get one free ...

£39.98 ÷ 3 = just over £13.32 each! - or roughly £13.33 each instead.

(Which isn't really that bad in itself. :-)


CarPhoneWarehouse also have 32GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's under that 3 for 2 Deal (but the 32GB is only something like £1.50-£2 cheaper than what the 64GB one is anyway?, so blatantly NOT worth it - not worth it for me anyway, lol).

CarPhoneWarehouse also have 128GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's under that 3 for 2 Deal also - but I think they're something more £29.99 each, etc? , but I'm not 100% (as I queried a load of this almost 3 Weekends ago - when they were still in their transitional period between their different price changes relating to the same 3 for 2 offer's on their MicroSD Cards - amongst other things). :-)

********


Long story short:

For your Dash Cam 'fix', get the Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's at CarPhoneWarehouse, under their current 3 for 2 Deal instead ...

In both the immediate run + long run, it'll work out for you to be wayyyyyy cheaper?!. :-D

Enjoy. :-)



sterlingstar1 h, 1 m ago

Any good deals on the Samsung EVO ??

As per my immediate above ... :-)
Thanks for each of the replies guys. With that recommendation, I shall be using them in the future too. Cheers all!
amour3k53 m ago

High Endurance Memory Card's are often referred to for such things as …High Endurance Memory Card's are often referred to for such things as Action Cam's ...Though some certain/normal Memory Card's would suffice, it's more often then not, recommended.But saying that though, via some earlier HUKD Thread's over x-Months (more often then not), a few people have favourably mentioned as to how Samsung Evo+ Memory Card's have come up TRUMP'S in that regard! (note to self: no Donald's were hurt in the writing of this info., lol). :-)CarPhoneWarehouse are currently having a 3 for 2 sale on for EVERYTHING! (INCLUDES MicroSD Cards ... )And Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Cards on that list too!.Currently you can buy a 64GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Memory Card for £19.99 each ...But under their 3 for 2 Deal (assuming you're prepared to buy more than 1 of these at the time - in one go that is?).Then it'll be, buy 2 x 64GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's at £19.99 = £19.99 x 2 = £39.98.And get one free ...£39.98 ÷ 3 = just over £13.32 each! - or roughly £13.33 each instead.(Which isn't really that bad in itself. :-)CarPhoneWarehouse also have 32GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's under that 3 for 2 Deal (but the 32GB is only something like £1.50-£2 cheaper than what the 64GB one is anyway?, so blatantly NOT worth it - not worth it for me anyway, lol).CarPhoneWarehouse also have 128GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's under that 3 for 2 Deal also - but I think they're something more £29.99 each, etc? , but I'm not 100% (as I queried a load of this almost 3 Weekends ago - when they were still in their transitional period between their different price changes relating to the same 3 for 2 offer's on their MicroSD Cards - amongst other things). :-)********Long story short:For your Dash Cam 'fix', get the Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's at CarPhoneWarehouse, under their current 3 for 2 Deal instead ...In both the immediate run + long run, it'll work out for you to be wayyyyyy cheaper?!. :-DEnjoy. :-)As per my immediate above ... :-)


I know the 3 for 2 is possibly only instore but their prices you stated are not current. You can also check on their website but the 64gb is £24.99 not £19.99 and their 128gb not £29. 99 its £49.99

Best is to go for picstop website to get same card at size 128gb for £29.99
amour3k55 m ago

High Endurance Memory Card's are often referred to for such things as …High Endurance Memory Card's are often referred to for such things as Action Cam's ...Though some certain/normal Memory Card's would suffice, it's more often then not, recommended.But saying that though, via some earlier HUKD Thread's over x-Months (more often then not), a few people have favourably mentioned as to how Samsung Evo+ Memory Card's have come up TRUMP'S in that regard! (note to self: no Donald's were hurt in the writing of this info., lol). :-)CarPhoneWarehouse are currently having a 3 for 2 sale on for EVERYTHING! (INCLUDES MicroSD Cards ... )And Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Cards on that list too!.Currently you can buy a 64GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Memory Card for £19.99 each ...But under their 3 for 2 Deal (assuming you're prepared to buy more than 1 of these at the time - in one go that is?).Then it'll be, buy 2 x 64GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's at £19.99 = £19.99 x 2 = £39.98.And get one free ...£39.98 ÷ 3 = just over £13.32 each! - or roughly £13.33 each instead.(Which isn't really that bad in itself. :-)CarPhoneWarehouse also have 32GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's under that 3 for 2 Deal (but the 32GB is only something like £1.50-£2 cheaper than what the 64GB one is anyway?, so blatantly NOT worth it - not worth it for me anyway, lol).CarPhoneWarehouse also have 128GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's under that 3 for 2 Deal also - but I think they're something more £29.99 each, etc? , but I'm not 100% (as I queried a load of this almost 3 Weekends ago - when they were still in their transitional period between their different price changes relating to the same 3 for 2 offer's on their MicroSD Cards - amongst other things). :-)********Long story short:For your Dash Cam 'fix', get the Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's at CarPhoneWarehouse, under their current 3 for 2 Deal instead ...In both the immediate run + long run, it'll work out for you to be wayyyyyy cheaper?!. :-DEnjoy. :-)As per my immediate above ... :-)


Think that this deal is possibly no longer available, in fact it wouldn't even let me put 3 cards in my basket

Your basket exceeds the maximum quantity allowance. Please reduce the quantity or for bulk purchases please call us on 0800 049 6250

Was showing just under £75 for three though.
Double check will this card be fine to record 1080p 30fps in my hauwei phone?cheers
porridge3 h, 31 m ago

my camera on holiday (sony rx100m3) kept giving me card errors & I lost a …my camera on holiday (sony rx100m3) kept giving me card errors & I lost a lot of footage using this card & an evo.Any idea what I am doing wrong an how to avoid in future.


Could be a lot of things, there are plenty of fake cards on the market and borderline knockoffs (Samsung, Sandisk, Toshiba, etc rejects which have been taken from the disposal people and sold despite having defects). As far as that goes, buying from an authorised reseller and always avoiding CEX, eBay, etc is the only thing you can really do.

Camera firmware has caused issues in the past, make sure you are updated and check the readmes to make sure that there aren't any weird requirments e.g. not updating with photos on the card, some slight tweak to the implementation of the filesystem breaking compatibility with previously formatted cards after an update.

Some cameras don't like memory cards which have been formatted on other devices.

Playing around with camera options when the memory card is full, some camera firmware can mess up write headers or other system data on cards.

Shooting on very low battery.

Using cheap WIFI enabled cards or a mismatch of WIFI enabled SD adapter and microSD card which don't play nicely.

Be careful not to power off or remove the card while the camera is writing data, big files or a slow camera SOC can take a while to process some operations.

Various poor data security practices when the card is mounted on a PC.



I would suggest avoiding the above, researching whether the camera is prone to data loss and replacing it if that is the case and having a regular backup schedule (or if that isn't convenient, getting a WIFI enabled camera and configuring it to back things up for you).
MRCAW28 m ago

Double check will this card be fine to record 1080p 30fps in my hauwei …Double check will this card be fine to record 1080p 30fps in my hauwei phone?cheers


From Class 6 onwards is full HD 1080p (the above is Class 10).

And U1 is 1080p also, and U3 is 4k ...

The above is U1.

So perfectly fine for 1080p recordings ... :-)

*** Edit ***

I believe that your required 30fps would be more than fine on this card too. :-)

I believe U1 can do up to 60fps if I'm not mistaken? - don't quote me on.tbat, lol (but you'll definitely get 30fps out of it).
Edited by: "amour3k" 23rd Apr
muckilla45 m ago

I know the 3 for 2 is possibly only instore but their prices you stated …I know the 3 for 2 is possibly only instore but their prices you stated are not current. You can also check on their website but the 64gb is £24.99 not £19.99 and their 128gb not £29. 99 its £49.99Best is to go for picstop website to get same card at size 128gb for £29.99


My bad!.

Looks like the price's may have since shot through the roof?. :-(
colgrigson42 m ago

Think that this deal is possibly no longer available, in fact it wouldn't …Think that this deal is possibly no longer available, in fact it wouldn't even let me put 3 cards in my basket Your basket exceeds the maximum quantity allowance. Please reduce the quantity or for bulk purchases please call us on 0800 049 6250Was showing just under £75 for three though.



As mentioned above via the other Posted comment, this may be an 'in-person' Deal only? (I can't say for sure ... )

What I do know though is this, I ONLY got my through round's of my previously above comment, in-person at the time.

First to Ilford Exchange Shopping Center Carphonewarehouse, then to Stratford Westfield's Carphoneware - and both were rocking the 3 for 2 Deal at the time of when I got my own batches of them (I got multiples of the 64GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's at the time ... )
£1 more on amazon with nextday delivery woith those with prime.
sterlingstar3 h, 12 m ago

Any good deals on the Samsung EVO ??


Yes. £29.99 from Picstop and it is a faster card. It is also U3 rated so suitable for 4k video recording. Not recommended for dashcam use as it is not a high endurance card.

hotukdeals.com/dea…083
Edited by: "fiqqer" 23rd Apr
amour3k1 h, 24 m ago

My bad!.Looks like the price's may have since shot through the roof?. …My bad!.Looks like the price's may have since shot through the roof?. :-(As mentioned above via the other Posted comment, this may be an 'in-person' Deal only? (I can't say for sure ... )What I do know though is this, I ONLY got my through round's of my previously above comment, in-person at the time.First to Ilford Exchange Shopping Center Carphonewarehouse, then to Stratford Westfield's Carphoneware - and both were rocking the 3 for 2 Deal at the time of when I got my own batches of them (I got multiples of the 64GB Samsung Evo+ MicroSD Card's at the time ... )


Thanks for the detailed help,appreciate it
is there a u3 card?
Is this good for a Dashcam? I'm not sure which card is high endurance MLC as they don't usually say. looking for a 128gb micro sd
sion2219 h, 1 m ago

[...] U1 card is also faster than u3 on nintendo switch


You got a source for that? I've read people mentioning how there's no point going for U3 over U1 on Switch, but never anyone saying U1 is faster.
Great price, but i would prefer a U3
a-j15 m ago

You got a source for that? I've read people mentioning how there's no …You got a source for that? I've read people mentioning how there's no point going for U3 over U1 on Switch, but never anyone saying U1 is faster.



There is a benchmark video from digitalfoundry on youtube iirc
sterlingstar6 h, 8 m ago

Any good deals on the Samsung EVO ??


Haven't come across one. The last one I found was for £29 from picstop.
Ultra, evo, pro, A1, U3, wtf is all so confusing
sion221 h, 16 m ago

There is a benchmark video from digitalfoundry on youtube iirc


Ah, they did have both U1 and U3 cards in that, thought they only had the one. Thanks.

Still a little inconclusive, though. I'd like to see a proper test to determine exactly what's going on. For instance, I'm wondering if the 80MBs U1 Sandisk I have is actually going to load faster than the 100MBs U3 Samsung, even thought the max throughput listed for the Switch is 95MBs.
brainsys7 h, 54 m ago

Just to add this is a VAT paying UK company so better for business and not …Just to add this is a VAT paying UK company so better for business and not a rip-off the taxpayer like some offshore purveyors. A real bargain for everyone.


There aren't any off shore purveyors. You wouldn't buy memory cards direct from the far east anyway due to the risk of fakes.
Edited by: "Picard123" 23rd Apr
Tacavas1 h, 35 m ago

Ultra, evo, pro, A1, U3, wtf is all so confusing


Ultra, Evo and Pro are just buzzwords used in branding to make the cards sound cool. Just ignore them.
A1 and U3 are speed ratings, so you might want to pay a little more attention to those when it comes to deciding what to buy.

The 'U' refers to the UHS class system, where the number is the minimum sequential write speed in tens of MB/sec - so U1 is 10MB/sec, the same as the old Class 10, and U3 would be 30MB/sec. Actual speeds may be faster depending on the quality of the card, so some card manufacturers might promise you even faster speeds, but those rating markings guarantee you an absolute minimum.

The 'A' or App rating is a newer rating system and it's there alongside the U rating because it measures something different - read speeds. The number is again tens of MB/s, so A1 is a rated minimum of 10MB/s sequential read speeds, but for a card to be rated A1 it also has to meet certain random speed requirements, which are 1500 random read IOPS and 500 random write IOPS (which are input/output operations per second).

Write speeds are obviously important when it comes to writing files onto the card, and sequential write simply means writing from the beginning of a file to the end of it in one go, rather than trying to write two files at a time. So a card that's rated U3 is going to be better than a U1 card when it comes to writing things like large video files, and it should also have pretty fast sequential read speeds, so it should be good at playing that video back from beginning to end. However, there's no guarantee of how good it will be at random reading and writing and that's where the A rating comes in, because those are important when it comes to running apps, because apps consist of hundreds, if not thousands, of tiny files which your device is trying to access from different parts of the SD card as fast as possible, so the faster the card's random read speeds, the better the app performance.

So basically U1 is fine for general use, U3 should be used for things like high quality video, but if you're going to be using the card in a phone/tablet and plan to install some apps on it then you might want to go for an A1 rated card - that's not to say that a card that's not rated A1 won't be good at running apps, just that an A1 card is guaranteed to be.



vassy4u18 h, 1 m ago

Thanks. I’m looking for using with my s8 for 4K videos and also with my 4k …Thanks. I’m looking for using with my s8 for 4K videos and also with my 4k action camera. So it would be Samsung evo I guess.



See above, but the TL;DR is that, yes, for 4K video you should go with the Samsung EVO because it's U3 rated.



sion2221 h, 14 m ago

From benchmark I saw. Max read and write speed is same +/- 5mbps. And this …From benchmark I saw. Max read and write speed is same +/- 5mbps. And this is rated A1, so it's better than evo for apps on android. U1 card is also faster than u3 on nintendo switch



a-j2 h, 13 m ago

You got a source for that? I've read people mentioning how there's no …You got a source for that? I've read people mentioning how there's no point going for U3 over U1 on Switch, but never anyone saying U1 is faster.



Yeah, a U1 shouldn't be faster than a U3 - although if it was used for playing games on a Switch then random speeds would be more important, so perhaps it was an A1 rated U1 card vs a non-A1 rated U3 card.
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reddragon1051 h, 23 m ago

Ultra, Evo and Pro are just buzzwords used in branding to make the cards …Ultra, Evo and Pro are just buzzwords used in branding to make the cards sound cool. Just ignore them.A1 and U3 are speed ratings, so you might want to pay a little more attention to those when it comes to deciding what to buy.The 'U' refers to the UHS class system, where the number is the minimum sequential write speed in tens of MB/sec - so U1 is 10MB/sec, the same as the old Class 10, and U3 would be 30MB/sec. Actual speeds may be faster depending on the quality of the card, so some card manufacturers might promise you even faster speeds, but those rating markings guarantee you an absolute minimum.The 'A' or App rating is a newer rating system and it's there alongside the U rating because it measures something different - read speeds. The number is again tens of MB/s, so A1 is a rated minimum of 10MB/s sequential read speeds, but for a card to be rated A1 it also has to meet certain random speed requirements, which are 1500 random read IOPS and 500 random write IOPS (which are input/output operations per second). Write speeds are obviously important when it comes to writing files onto the card, and sequential write simply means writing from the beginning of a file to the end of it in one go, rather than trying to write two files at a time. So a card that's rated U3 is going to be better than a U1 card when it comes to writing things like large video files, and it should also have pretty fast sequential read speeds, so it should be good at playing that video back from beginning to end. However, there's no guarantee of how good it will be at random reading and writing and that's where the A rating comes in, because those are important when it comes to running apps, because apps consist of hundreds, if not thousands, of tiny files which your device is trying to access from different parts of the SD card as fast as possible, so the faster the card's random read speeds, the better the app performance.So basically U1 is fine for general use, U3 should be used for things like high quality video, but if you're going to be using the card in a phone/tablet and plan to install some apps on it then you might want to go for an A1 rated card - that's not to say that a card that's not rated A1 won't be good at running apps, just that an A1 card is guaranteed to be.See above, but the TL;DR is that, yes, for 4K video you should go with the Samsung EVO because it's U3 rated.Yeah, a U1 shouldn't be faster than a U3 - although if it was used for playing games on a Switch then random speeds would be more important, so perhaps it was an A1 rated U1 card vs a non-A1 rated U3 card.



Most intriguing all that. :-)

Now on a similar not that of your above s this too:

What would be the difference (if at all any?), between a Sandisk Ultra A1 Memory Card, and a SanDisk Ultra Android Memory Card?.

Or is all that just fanciful buzzword's again?, thanx.
TheShadowWalker4 h, 55 m ago

Is this good for a Dashcam? I'm not sure which card is high endurance MLC …Is this good for a Dashcam? I'm not sure which card is high endurance MLC as they don't usually say. looking for a 128gb micro sd



Here's 2 link's that may appeal to you:

carcamcentral.com/gui…rds

dashcamtalk.com/for…51/


And this one is an Amazon link showing the prices of some 128gb/256gb high endurance microsd memory card's:

amazon.co.uk/s/r…ard

Other Merchant's exist I'm assuming (eg. MyMemory.com etc).

But Amazon is viable enough too, lol.
amour3k29 m ago

I Most intriguing all that. :-)Now on a similar not that of your above s …I Most intriguing all that. :-)Now on a similar not that of your above s this too:What would be the difference (if at all any?), between a Sandisk Ultra A1 Memory Card, and a SanDisk Ultra Android Memory Card?.Or is all that just fanciful buzzword's again?, thanx.


Definitely another buzzword! I mean there's no way a card labelled 'Android' would only work in an Android device or somehow be faster in an Android device. I searched and found this one and it's only got Android in the title of the listing, it's not written on the actual card, so I'm guessing it's exactly the same as any other SanDisk Ultra and they've just put Android in the title so it comes up in search results.
amour3k19 m ago

Here's 2 link's that may appeal to …Here's 2 link's that may appeal to you:https://www.carcamcentral.com/guide/recommended-sd-cards-avoid-sandisk-ultra-cardshttps://dashcamtalk.com/forum/threads/lexar-high-endurance-or-samsung-evo-select-card.30451/And this one is an Amazon link showing the prices of some 128gb/256gb high endurance microsd memory card's:https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_29?url=search-alias=computers&field-keywords=128gb+high+endurance+micro+sd+card&rh=n:340831031,k:128gb+high+endurance+micro+sd+cardOther Merchant's exist I'm assuming (eg. MyMemory.com etc).But Amazon is viable enough too, lol.


Cannot see any 128gb cards from Amazon link ?... apart from one SDXC card from "just launched" seller
It's so confusing now I find with all these SD cards, one person says one, then another says no! So so confusing
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