SanDisk Ultra Android 32 GB microSDHC Class 10 Memory Card and SD Adapter upto 80 Mbps - £6.49 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal)
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SanDisk Ultra Android 32 GB microSDHC Class 10 Memory Card and SD Adapter upto 80 Mbps - £6.49 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal)

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Found 22nd Mar 2016
Yet another deal for some Lovely fast SanDisk memory to expand your mobile phone/camera/tablet and all from a company that has a good warranty coverage.

Although i have to say i think 32GB these days is a bit tiny as i have 2x 128GB and a 64GB card in my phones and tablets.But at £6,49 it you mite find it hard to turn your nose up.

Deal ends in roughly 1 hour 50 minutes after posting it here so get your skates on if you intend to buy.

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Faster Speed

The SanDisk Ultra microSDHC/ microSDXC UHS-I Card is suitable for Android devices - transfer pictures and videos from card to PC at a transfer rate of up to 80 MB/s [1].
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Enjoy Smooth Full HD Video Capture and Playback

Class 10 video rating [2] delivers high-quality video recording, so you can record and playback smooth, seamless Full HD video, without dropout or stutter.


Capture, Carry and Keep it All

With up to 200 GB [3] capacity, the SanDisk Ultra microSDXC card lets you record more than 960 minutes of Full HD video [4] and 3,600 photos - Android device users can stop worrying about what to keep and what to delete, and just keep shooting.

Durability-Tested to Protect your Memories

Wherever you take your phone or tablet, SanDisk Ultra microSD cards are waterproof, shockproof, x-ray proof and magnet proof [5].

You’ll never miss a shot because of tough conditions.

Add Extra Flexibility

This memory card comes with a convenient SD card adapter, so you can transfer files onto your computer with ease.

The adapter also allows you to use any device with an SD card slot to capture and access data.

An Easy Way to Manage Memory

The SanDisk Memory Zone app [6] helps you achieve peak mobile performance by easily managing viewing, accessing and backing up all of the files from the phone’s memory, all from one convenient place. Available on Google Play.

17 Comments

Lovely fast SanDisk memory

Noooooo. Ultra is average.

Original Poster

HedgyHoggy

Lovely fast SanDisk memoryNoooooo. Ultra is average.


Yes im sure it is ,although my LG G4 shooting 4K with one of these 128GB cards seems to say otherwise (+ NVIDIA sheild tablet+Nvidia shield TV) .Maybe you have a 8K £10000 camera you tried to use one of these on or maybe not.There more than fast enough for the average person chappy,if you need professional level speeds then pay a lot more.





Edited by: "DARKSABER" 22nd Mar 2016

DARKSABER

Yes im sure it is ,although my LG G4 shooting 4K with one of these 128GB … Yes im sure it is ,although my LG G4 shooting 4K with one of these 128GB cards seems to say otherwise.Maybe you have a 8K £10000 you used one of these on or maybe not.



its the write speeds that really matter on these things .. anyone can do a cheap fast read card .. fast read/write costs a lot more ...

I just wish people would quote the read AND write speeds b4 calling a card "fast"

DARKSABER

Yes im sure it is ,although my LG G4 shooting 4K with one of these 128GB … Yes im sure it is ,although my LG G4 shooting 4K with one of these 128GB cards seems to say otherwise.



Well that should tell you your phone is not recording much detail at 4K. I just looked it up, it's only doing 30mbps at 4K. My Sony compact camera from 2011 does 28mbps at 1080p.

My advice is stop the 4k, you have a tiny lens and sensor, all you're doing is wasting the battery and heating the phone up.

My good deed is done for the day.

Here endeth the lesson.

HedgyHoggy

Well that should tell you your phone is not recording much detail at 4K. … Well that should tell you your phone is not recording much detail at 4K. I just looked it up, it's only doing 30mbps at 4K. My Sony compact camera from 2011 does 28mbps at 1080p.My advice is stop the 4k, you have a tiny lens and sensor, all you're doing is wasting the battery and heating the phone up.My good deed is done for the day.Here endeth the lesson.



I'd argue that you are looking at the compressed bitrate, and therefore talking about 2 different things. Please take a selfie video of your hedgehog self as proof in 1080p and 4k so I can compare.

Waiting on the Samsung evo plus to come down in price for my G4, barely got any room left on the internal storage.

If you search for reviews these 32Gig card seem to have a nasty habit of becoming unreadable. I've just had to send mine back after a year of use as it was just being constantly reported as "unexpectedly removed" from my phone. Sandisk have a greed to replace it and have sent a UPS man out to pick it up from me (at their expense) and deliver it to their service department in Brno in the Czech Republic! 10/10 for customer service but seems over kill for £6.50 card that probably only costs them a £1 to make !

ordered with a dash cam cheers

ordered for my wife's phone thanks op

Original Poster

HedgyHoggy

Well that should tell you your phone is not recording much detail at 4K. … Well that should tell you your phone is not recording much detail at 4K. I just looked it up, it's only doing 30mbps at 4K. My Sony compact camera from 2011 does 28mbps at 1080p.My advice is stop the 4k, you have a tiny lens and sensor, all you're doing is wasting the battery and heating the phone up.My good deed is done for the day.Here endeth the lesson.




Well i used to think like you when i was a teenager as i always used to buy the fastest card,hard drive ,CPU ,memory and more besides yet over the years experience taught me that a few speed digits higher or lower really makes no difference for every day use.

I have been using Ultra SanDisk CF cards for more than 8+ years with so many cameras i have owned i have forgeten all there names.
Plus i have been using SanDisk Micro SD cards in my phones and tablets for over 5+ years and all my cards wrote 1080P and 4k without a hitch.

Hopefully you will let the cat out of the bag and share your secret on buying a faster 32GB card from a reputable manufacturer for under £6.50 and IF you can i will buy you 1 for free as well as myself.
Now i cant be more generous than that chappy so you have a good incentive to deliver the goods.

P.S the deal is over on Amazon now

http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z131/darksaber35/2013-01-31%2014.50.10_zpsvr3ykm6z.jpg






Edited by: "DARKSABER" 22nd Mar 2016

price has gone up

DARKSABER

Well i used to think like you when i was a teenager as i always used to … Well i used to think like you when i was a teenager as i always used to buy the fastest card,hard drive ,CPU ,memory and more besides yet over the years experience taught me that a few speed digits higher or lower really makes no difference for every day use.I have been using Ultra SanDisk CF cards for more than 8+ years with so many cameras i have owned i have forgeten all there names.Plus i have been using SanDisk Micro SD cards in my phones and tablets for over 5+ years and all my cards wrote 1080P and 4k without a hitch.Now i cant be more generous than that chappy so you have a good incentive to deliver the goods.Hopefully you will let the cat out of the bag and share your secret on buying a faster card from a reputable manufacturer for under £6.50 and IF you can i will buy you 1 for free as well as myself.



Nice random pic of some retro tiny-sensor cameras, what's that all about?

Anyway, I said nothing about the price, I said 'Ultra' isn't a fast card, which is isn't. The 'Extreme' card writes at 4 times faster than the Ultra, and is only 50% more expensive. (£8 vs £12, usual prices).

Here are some factual facts of factiness:

robertsetiadi.com/spe…ds/

There is no reason to be buying Sandisk Ultra cards for high-speed uses, they are completely average, as I said in my original post. Ultra are nowhere near fast enough for my camera(s), which record 180MB+ (1440mbps) in a second when shooting burst photos; that would take 15 seconds (at best) for an Ultra to write *actually it would be more like 30 seconds when in the device).

I'd rather pay the extra 50% and have four times the performance when writing.

DARKSABER

Well i used to think like you when i was a teenager as i always used to … Well i used to think like you when i was a teenager as i always used to buy the fastest card,hard drive ,CPU ,memory and more besides yet over the years experience taught me that a few speed digits higher or lower really makes no difference for every day use.I have been using Ultra SanDisk CF cards for more than 8+ years with so many cameras i have owned i have forgeten all there names.Plus i have been using SanDisk Micro SD cards in my phones and tablets for over 5+ years and all my cards wrote 1080P and 4k without a hitch.Hopefully you will let the cat out of the bag and share your secret on buying a faster 32GB card from a reputable manufacturer for under £6.50 and IF you can i will buy you 1 for free as well as myself. Now i cant be more generous than that chappy so you have a good incentive to deliver the goods.P.S the deal is over on Amazon now



LOL I just realised you were the OP. I wondered why you were going mental! Calm down dear.

Original Poster

HedgyHoggy

LOL I just realized you were the OP. I wondered why you were going … LOL I just realized you were the OP. I wondered why you were going mental! Calm down dear.



Im perfectly calm but i back up my statements which your incapable of doing .For the majority of people a ultra card will do the job for a low price and IF you need a faster card then you will have to spend more.
Anyway i now have to check up on some of my friends as i used to live in Brussels as the metro and airport just got bombed.

Edited by: "DARKSABER" 22nd Mar 2016

james42041

price has gone up



DARKSABER

P.S. the deal is over on Amazon now



Click expire then!
Edited by: "miffyl" 22nd Mar 2016

james42041

price has gone up

DARKSABER

P.S. the deal is over on Amazon now



I like yer style, Miffy!

genuine or fake???

teerak2uk

genuine or fake???



Sold by Amazon so 100% fake of course.
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