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Toshiba 32GB M203 MicroSD Class 10 U1 100MB/s with Adapter - £3.56 Prime / £4.55 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Toshiba 32GB M203 MicroSD Class 10 U1 100MB/s with Adapter - £3.56 Prime / £4.55 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Good price for a trusted brand. Bit lower than the last deal.
Record all your exciting moments with your mobile phone. With a huge capacity of up to 256GB you can keep all your pictures; songs or videos worry-free with you.
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  • 5 years warranty
  • Read Speed: Up to 100 MB/s
  • Shockproof and Waterproof
  • Full HD recording
  • Use for: cameras, mobile phones
INCLUDES SD ADAPTER
The Toshiba M203 microSD™ card is offered with and without an Adapter. It is compatible with SD, SDHC™ or SDXC™ slots.

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Edited by: "Harkrishan_m" 12th Mar
Great price, but very, very slow to write, under 10Mb/sec, but for the price, great deal..
Any good for the yi cameras please?
Cunningstunt112/03/2020 07:54

Any good for the yi cameras please?



Yes, they'll work fine.
Like all memory cards, however, they will eventually start to go wrong after being written to 24/7. But there seems little point spending 5x as much on a "high endurance" card that will only last 2x as long as this one.
paul_merton12/03/2020 08:15

Yes, they'll work fine.Like all memory cards, however, they will …Yes, they'll work fine.Like all memory cards, however, they will eventually start to go wrong after being written to 24/7. But there seems little point spending 5x as much on a "high endurance" card that will only last 2x as long as this one.


Thank you!
This is a little less than £1 more but considerably faster:

amazon.co.uk/Int…8-3

I recently purchased and the card I received is rated for U3 and A1 application performance.

If you are looking for a 32GB card then this makes a great choice.
Will do for my Rpi4
Edited by: "Geoff_Ford" 12th Mar
Geoff_Ford12/03/2020 09:15

Will do for my Rpi4


It'll do but for longevity and better performance, get a reasonably fast small USB3 stick, use the sd to boot from but have the OS on the USB.
Using it for Openmediavault on the Pi
John5912/03/2020 08:44

This is a little less than £1 more but considerably …This is a little less than £1 more but considerably faster:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Integral-microSDHC-Memory-Smartphones-Tablets/dp/B015WISO2U/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=integral+32gb+micro+sd&qid=1584002547&sr=8-3I recently purchased and the card I received is rated for U3 and A1 application performance.If you are looking for a 32GB card then this makes a great choice.


Actually you got lucky to get U3 card or else Toshiba (this) is better than you referred to.
Definitely U3/A1. I suspect that this will be the the standard for all the newer cards, which is handy as I'm using it on a Raspberry Pi.
Edited by: "John59" 13th Mar
Thank you Brutes heat added . Had 3.01 credit which I had to use 55p is not bad as my prime finishes on Sunday
paul_merton12/03/2020 08:15

Yes, they'll work fine.Like all memory cards, however, they will …Yes, they'll work fine.Like all memory cards, however, they will eventually start to go wrong after being written to 24/7. But there seems little point spending 5x as much on a "high endurance" card that will only last 2x as long as this one.


Only problem is some devices only work with class 10 cards or above u have to buy cards like these regardless of life span
Thanks, ordered
40108534-FHc13.jpgHow 256GB when it's a 32GB? 👀🤪
Strange how I sometimes dont receive alerts for these things even though my profile's got all the terms used to enable it to do so...
DeAvid15/03/2020 09:26

[Image] How 256GB when it's a 32GB? 👀🤪


"up to" referred as it comes up to.
Would this be any good for a switch?
Post the write speed up front. If it's hard to find, the reason is that the supplier isn't proud of it. Even at £3.56. If it's no good for your phone or digital camera then it's £3.56 wasted, which is kinda the opposite of the reason we're all here.
drachers15/03/2020 13:27

Post the write speed up front. If it's hard to find, the reason is that …Post the write speed up front. If it's hard to find, the reason is that the supplier isn't proud of it. Even at £3.56. If it's no good for your phone or digital camera then it's £3.56 wasted, which is kinda the opposite of the reason we're all here.


It's ok with 10-15MB/s for phones unless one does move large files. I wouldn't say this is wasted.
Edited by: "Brutes" 15th Mar
Brutes15/03/2020 13:58

It's ok with 10-15MB/s for phones unless one does moving large files. I …It's ok with 10-15MB/s for phones unless one does moving large files. I wouldn't say this is wasted.


The only clue given to its specs is the "Full HD recording". If it said "10-15MB write speed" in the advert I wouldn't have given it a second glance.

When a laptop gets posted without the screen resolution, for instance, it usually means the seller is hiding that it's one of those horrendous old 1366x768 screens over a decade old.
aidan.conway12/03/2020 04:02

Great price, but very, very slow to write, under 10Mb/sec, but for the …Great price, but very, very slow to write, under 10Mb/sec, but for the price, great deal..


that is not true. just opened one from the previous deal. no drops lower then 16 mb/s40111046-C2gNe.jpg
drachers15/03/2020 13:27

Post the write speed up front. If it's hard to find, the reason is that …Post the write speed up front. If it's hard to find, the reason is that the supplier isn't proud of it. Even at £3.56. If it's no good for your phone or digital camera then it's £3.56 wasted, which is kinda the opposite of the reason we're all here.


That information is on the back of the packaging. Clas 10, U1. 10mb/s .
John5912/03/2020 08:44

This is a little less than £1 more but considerably …This is a little less than £1 more but considerably faster:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Integral-microSDHC-Memory-Smartphones-Tablets/dp/B015WISO2U/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=integral+32gb+micro+sd&qid=1584002547&sr=8-3I recently purchased and the card I received is rated for U3 and A1 application performance.If you are looking for a 32GB card then this makes a great choice.


Is this a much better card?
Anatolijs15/03/2020 16:53

that is not true. just opened one from the previous deal. no drops lower …that is not true. just opened one from the previous deal. no drops lower then 16 mb/s[Image]


Thank you very much for providing the real life test.
Anatolijs15/03/2020 16:53

that is not true. just opened one from the previous deal. no drops lower …that is not true. just opened one from the previous deal. no drops lower then 16 mb/s[Image]


You must have got a rogue card then, count yourself lucky!!
Edited by: "aidan.conway" 15th Mar
Anatolijs15/03/2020 17:04

That information is on the back of the packaging. Clas 10, U1. 10mb/s .


Up to 10 more like. They do a job but for pi or anything like that they are terrible writes. Fine for pi once images are written as the reads are okay, same as all of these budget cards.. u3 if you want a decent write speed, but to be fair micro sd is so unreliable it's hardly worthwhile investing much more in faster cards. If I had a penny for every failed micro sd card I had, I would be a wealthy boy!!
ck1211115/03/2020 18:21

Is this a much better card?



I would certainly pay the difference as it is less than £1, but if you don't need A1 performance and U3 then no need to spend more.
John5916/03/2020 12:48

I would certainly pay the difference as it is less than £1, but if you …I would certainly pay the difference as it is less than £1, but if you don't need A1 performance and U3 then no need to spend more.


Yes sure but it's not less than £1 but you need to spend more than £2. I wrote before that you got lucky, doesn't mean everyone would get the same. The one you referred has 90MB/s Read but this has 100..
Added : 17/0340115887-6csVD.jpgIntegral Memory 32 GB microSDxC A1 U3 (Link)
Edited by: "Brutes" 17th Mar
John5916/03/2020 12:48

I would certainly pay the difference as it is less than £1, but if you …I would certainly pay the difference as it is less than £1, but if you don't need A1 performance and U3 then no need to spend more.


Would it make any difference in a Nintendo Switch?
The Integral currently costs £4.49, this deal is £3.56. Therefore 93 pence difference. It is up to a customer to decide if they think the additional cost is worth it. For me yes it certainly is, sustained write speed of over 20MB per second more and A1 performance so I get better performance on my Raspberry Pi.

Yes, I might have been lucky. But why would you have different speed classes in a batch? Both speed settings are printed on the card. (U3 and A1)
ck1211116/03/2020 12:54

Would it make any difference in a Nintendo Switch?



If you receive the same card as I did (U3 + A1) then your games will load faster. I think there is some hostility because on the Amazon information it doesn't specificaly say the card meets this specification.

Edit: It appears the Integral card is currently out of stock.
Edited by: "John59" 16th Mar
i just got mine delivered and did the speed test - see below.


Warning: Only 29472 of 29539 MByte tested.
Test finished without errors.
Writing speed: 17.7 MByte/s
Reading speed: 72.1 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4
So that's about correct for U1 as doesn't reach sustained 30 MB required for U3. What was your 4K read / writes writes like? That's normally at the bottom of H2testw?

Thanks
For anyone still interested the Integral cards are back on sale at Amazon for £4.49. I can't say if you will get a U3/A1 version.
Brutes15/03/2020 18:22

Thank you very much for providing the real life test.


no problem
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