Toshiba Exceria 128GB micro sd (SDXC)  MyMemory delivered for £24.99
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Toshiba Exceria 128GB micro sd (SDXC) MyMemory delivered for £24.99

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Found 28th Oct 2016Made hot 28th Oct 2016
Class 1 so not the fastest,but not a bad price for a named brand.

4% from TCB plus an extra 50p( for next 2 days) could bring price down to £23.99

OFFER FOR 2 DAYS ONLY

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Iv got one of thouse, write speed is about 10-15mb/s and read speed is up to 30mb/s
NOT suitable for 4k recording but for everything else should be ok

Does anyone know if this will work in the New 3DS?

Class 1!?!!?

It will do a job in a mobile phone, just check if your device will see 128gb before ordering.

magnetman_exe

Does anyone know if this will work in the New 3DS?



​ yes, but only if you format it a certain way

magnetman_exe

Does anyone know if this will work in the New 3DS?



​ it's a major overkill for the 3ds though. You need to download tons of retail games for it to be worthwhile

will this work on xbox one???

These are slow cards even for the U1 class.

https://cdn2.pcadvisor.co.uk/cmsdata/slideshow/3640745/best_microsd_cards-video_speed_class.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/EsFHegY.png

Too slow for me as I record video at 1080p @ 30MB/s.

Personally, I'd get something else at this pricepoint eg. Lexar Pro microSDXC 633x.

Edited by: "Picard123" 29th Oct 2016

Original Poster

Picard123

These are slow cards even for the U1 class.Too slow for me as I record … These are slow cards even for the U1 class.Too slow for me as I record video at 1080p @ 30MB/s. Personally, I'd get something else at this pricepoint eg. Lexar Pro microSDXC 633x.



Very fair point re speed,and thanks for info,can you post a UK based link for your suggestion as all I can find are either cards from the USA at $24.95 or an SD card from MyMemory at £56
Edited by: "cjhilton49" 29th Oct 2016

cjhilton49

Very fair point re speed,and thanks for info,can you post a UK based link … Very fair point re speed,and thanks for info,can you post a UK based link for your suggestion as all I can find are either cards from the USA at $24.95 or an SD card from MyMemory at £56



You can get them more or less anywhere eg. Amazon etc.

Here's MyMemory: mymemory.co.uk/Lex…cts

Original Poster

Picard123

You can get them more or less anywhere eg. Amazon etc.Here's MyMemory: … You can get them more or less anywhere eg. Amazon etc.Here's MyMemory: https://www.mymemory.co.uk/Lexar/All-Products



Sorry I'm off to Specsavers!

Wait for the U3 version, or other faster U1 cards such as Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s, Samsung Evo+.

They are frequently here for around £25 for 128GB.

Surely, there is going to be some during Black Friday sales.



This U1 card is really slow. Its write is just on the edge of 10MB/s, sometimes slower than 10 even for large files. I am talking about sequential write speed, not 64K speed for small files.

There are or soon will be better options for the same price.


Edited by: "huangxq2" 29th Oct 2016

Picard123

These are slow cards even for the U1 class.Too slow for me as I record … These are slow cards even for the U1 class.Too slow for me as I record video at 1080p @ 30MB/s. Personally, I'd get something else at this pricepoint eg. Lexar Pro microSDXC 633x.



The test results in the graph for Toshiba U1 is too high.

It can just make around 10MB/s for sequential write. It cannot achieve 17.9.

huangxq2

Wait for the U3 version, or other faster U1 cards such as Sandisk Ultra … Wait for the U3 version, or other faster U1 cards such as Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s, Samsung Evo+.



I have one of those. My one developed a fault after a year after doing a load of large sized video recordings on it. Card is locked in read only mode and no amount of formatting/reformatting can fix it. I'm not suggesting that other cards can't also fail but personally I'm not buying one of those Sandisk Ultras again.

Looks like I'm not the only one - look at the reviews on Amazon. Over 10% of buyers giving it 1/5 shows a huge proportion of disappointed buyers: amazon.co.uk/San…LEK

Edited by: "Picard123" 29th Oct 2016

Picard123

I have one of those. My one developed a fault after a year after doing a … I have one of those. My one developed a fault after a year after doing a load of large sized video recordings on it. Card is locked in read only mode and no amount of formatting/reformatting can fix it. I'm not suggesting that other cards can't also fail but personally I'm not buying one of those Sandisk Ultras again. Looks like I'm not the only one - look at the reviews on Amazon. Over 10% of buyers giving it 1/5 shows a huge proportion of disappointed buyers: https://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-Mobile-microSDHC-Adapter-SDSDQU-032G-U46A/product-reviews/B007JTKLEK




The reviews on amazon you quoted is for a different version.

I cannot tell how durable is every card. I can only tell the performance from what I test.

Durability is a hit or miss. Those Samsung Pro or Sandisk Extreme tend to be better cards, but they are in a different price league.

huangxq2

The reviews on amazon you quoted is for a different version.



Huh? Different to what? They're both the same card.

huangxq2

I cannot tell how durable is every card.



That's not very much use then.

Don't buy it This card is an nightmare oO
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