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Toshiba 8Gb SDHC Card - £10.99 Delivered @ 7DayShop.Com
Toshiba 8Gb SDHC Card - £10.99 Delivered @ 7DayShop.Com

Toshiba 8Gb SDHC Card - £10.99 Delivered @ 7DayShop.Com

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Toshiba 8Gb SDHC Card - £10.99 Delivered @ 7DayShop.Com

Connector Pins 9 pins
Interface SD Memory Card standard compatible
Write Speed 6 MBytes/s **
Read Speed 20 MBytes/s **
Dimensions 32.0 mm (L) ?24.0 mm (W) ?2.1 mm (H)
Weight approx 2 g
Power Consumption 60 - 80 mA (Typ)
Operating temperature -25°C to +55°C (Recommended)
Storage temperature -20°C to +65°C (Recommended)
Storage humidity 30% to 85% (No Condensation)
Comes with 5 Years Manufacturer Warranty

11 Comments

Original Poster

I believe these are the same one's as Play.Com brand themselves

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Theres this one from Play.Com for the same price - £10.99 + quidco, but I don't know anything about them

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Original Poster

I've got a class 6 transcend 8gb and to be honest I can't tell the difference between a class 6 / 4 etc :oops:

alexq;5416128

.. I don't think it's a bad deal, but for an extra £1 you could buy a … .. I don't think it's a bad deal, but for an extra £1 you could buy a Class 6 8GB card instead of this slower Class 2 :http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=102738.. "Class" definition :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital_card#SD_Speed_Class_Ratings



Says in the information - Write Speed 6 MBytes/s

So this is a class 6 too isn't it?

Minstadave;5416300

Says in the information - Write Speed 6 MBytes/sSo this is a class 6 too … Says in the information - Write Speed 6 MBytes/sSo this is a class 6 too isn't it?



.. no, it's class 2.

So the description is wrong?

Minstadave;5416359

So the description is wrong?



.. I suggest that the 6MB/s rating is its maximum write speed. Class 6 is effectively defined as minimum 6MB/s write speed.

The 6MB/s is the maximum and "Maximum speed" ratings are quoted by the manufacturers but [SIZE="6"]unverified[/SIZE] by any independent evaluation process and they are very much fictional numbers especially for the lesser known brands. However the Class system is a minimum and is an international standard. If your memory is too slow, you have a legal right to get remedy for it. However the "maximum" speed is an "up to" figure and you have not a leg to stand on legally. As for people who cannot tell the difference between Class 4 and Class 6 then this may be due to the fact that the cheaper Class 6 is pretty close to 6 ~ 7 MB/s therefore you don't see much difference but for really fast 10 MB/s SD cards , they are expensive, they are still classed as 6 although the new SD specification should add Class 8, Class 10 etc. as Panasonic has just brought out Class 10 SDHC but this information is yet not widely known dpreview.com/new…asp

Much better card & deal for the same price ]here.

EDIT: THe deal is now cheaper since the OP posted! lol

These work in a Dell Mini 9 Ok?

wozwebs;5682678

These work in a Dell Mini 9 Ok?



Sure will! ;-)

Cheekster
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