Toshiba Exceria M302 64GB microSDXC 90MB/s 4K UHS-I U3 Class 10 Memory Card £17.99 @ Moby Memory
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Toshiba Exceria M302 64GB microSDXC 90MB/s 4K UHS-I U3 Class 10 Memory Card £17.99 @ Moby Memory

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Found 5th JulMade hot 5th Jul
Was 24.99 now 17.99 delivered.

£18.68 on Amazon but that is plus postage unless you have prime or spend over £20.
amazon.co.uk/Tos…4GB

(128GB version for £38.97 (Now gone up to £43.99 - 06/07/2017 @ 12:24)
https://mobymemory.com/uk/toshiba-exceria-m301-128gb-microsdxc-48mb-s-class-10-uhs-i-memory-card)

EXCERIA™ M302

A Toshiba EXCERIA™ M302 is the microSD™ card you need if you want to record 4K or Full HD videos on your smartphone, tablet or sports camera. Designed for outdoor usage, the series is waterproof, shockproof and x-ray proof. Because of the fast read-write speeds, you get smooth video recording, quick loading of apps and fast continuous photography. To round out the picture, the EXCERIA™ M302 comes with an SD card adaptor so you can quickly transfer and share your valuable memories.

Due to ultra-fast read speeds and large capacity, the EXCERIA™ microSD™ card series is designed for 4K and Full HD video recording and rapid image capture.

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BulldogNo17 m ago

Memory prices have really increased over the last few months.Some would …Memory prices have really increased over the last few months.Some would put it down to Brexit but it's ultimately down to the £ exchange rate I think.

Same thing?
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Didn't realise memory prices had increased that much, paid £12.79 10 months ago oO

Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 5th Jul

Original Poster

Derek_Duval

Didn't realise memory had increased that much, paid £12.79 10 months ago … Didn't realise memory had increased that much, paid £12.79 10 months ago oO



Memory prices have really increased over the last few months.
Some would put it down to Brexit but it's ultimately down to the £ exchange rate I think.

BulldogNo17 m ago

Memory prices have really increased over the last few months.Some would …Memory prices have really increased over the last few months.Some would put it down to Brexit but it's ultimately down to the £ exchange rate I think.

Same thing?

Is this recommended for use in a Nintendo Switch?

Original Poster

whereiskevinn11 m ago

Is this recommended for use in a Nintendo Switch?


nintendolife.com/new…rds

Not got one but this link shows supported cards and it includes the one listed in this post.
Obviously 'best' would probably be the more expensive ones which is to a certain extent down to capacity.

Derek_Duval

Didn't realise memory prices had increased that much, paid £12.79 10 … Didn't realise memory prices had increased that much, paid £12.79 10 months ago oO



https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01EAKAW44/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en

Is this okay for a go pro hero 5 ?

Original Poster

rajsudera10 m ago

Is this okay for a go pro hero 5 ?


I don't know as yet again I haven't got one, have you tried googling it?

I only got this as it happens to be the right size to put under my table leg to stop it wobbling!

I personally had trouble with the performance of this card when using it in my ThiEYE t5e 4K action cam. The card just wasn't fast enough at writing for any 4K video. I ended up having to buy another brand and moving this card into my dash cam.

whereiskevinn1 h, 28 m ago

Is this recommended for use in a Nintendo Switch?


DigitalFoundry on YouTube did a test with storage. There wasn't any differences between a Class 10 and UHS-I U3 SD card in terms of speed. In some cases the Class 10 was a few tenths faster. Basically the end recommendation was to spend the extra money on capacity rather than speed.


BulldogNo1:

nintendolife.com/new…rds

Not got one but this link shows supported cards and it includes the one listed in this post.
Obviously 'best' would probably be the more expensive ones which is to a certain extent down to capacity.

Swarfega:

DigitalFoundry on YouTube did a test with storage. There wasn't any differences between a Class 10 and UHS-I U3 SD card in terms of speed. In some cases the Class 10 was a few tenths faster. Basically the end recommendation was to spend the extra money on capacity rather than speed.



Thank you both, very informative!
Edited by: "whereiskevinn" 5th Jul

[quote=BulldogNo1]Memory prices have really increased over the last few months.\x0d\x0aSome would put it down to Brexit but it's ultimately down to the £ exchange rate I think.[/quote]\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0aIt's not just that, there is currently a global shortage of NAND flash memory, too much demand and not enough factories producing it. Literally what electronic doesn't have memory in it now?!\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0a64GB U3 was hitting nearly £10 a few months ago, stupidly didn't pull the trigger back then because I didn't have me new phone yet!\x0d\x0a

wow £18 for just 64GB is now considered a deal??

Last time I bought an SD card it was MUCH cheaper,128GB should be £18 now

This is crazy,going backwards..

Tequila

wow £18 for just 64GB is now considered a deal??Last time I bought an SD … wow £18 for just 64GB is now considered a deal??Last time I bought an SD card it was MUCH cheaper,128GB should be £18 nowThis is crazy,going backwards..:(



Was the card you bought U3 though?

Tequila

wow £18 for just 64GB is now considered a deal??Last time I bought an SD … wow £18 for just 64GB is now considered a deal??Last time I bought an SD card it was MUCH cheaper,128GB should be £18 nowThis is crazy,going backwards..:(



Memory prices fluctuate massively, always have, always will. It's no fun working in a Semiconductor plant when prices are on the floor.

Back up to £19.99

Original Poster

cwilkie76

Back up to £19.99



It's still showing as £17.99 when I click on it, although the 128GB version has now gone up to £43.99 instead of £38.97.
Edited by: "BulldogNo1" 6th Jul

There prices seem better compared to many - but the site / registration is very clunky

All seems really impressive but I would leave this company well alone!!!!!. Had a problem with them in the last couple of weeks albeit I got a refund from them within a week of my order ( Probably because I opened a dispute with Paypal ). I leave it to you to do your homework. ( Do a google search) don't take the first result as true.... trust pilot review gave something like 4.5 out of 5 but when you look at the reviews in detail they are really poor. Your choice entirely!
Edited by: "poll760" 6th Jul

MobyMemory Site appears to be down/broken. Worrying. oO

I also had a problem with moby memory recently, a week after I ordered I'd heard nothing so emailed them. They claimed they'd dispatched but wouldn't give me tracking details. I eventually got a refund via PayPal, avoid

Indeed, I have just received my shipment and suffice to say it isn't what was ordered (ie micro SD offered above!). Anyone try this offer and get actual item? Luckily got CC protection.

Set of crooks.

They sent me three worthless SD adapters, in a paper envelope. No packaging, no invoice. Blatant theft.

Dug a bit deeper, clearly not been a reputable site for a while. Guess that's my money gone.

I'll know better than to trust posts on here again on face value.

Sent worthless adaptor in envelope. Crooks.

Same as others received worthless SD card adapters in a white envelope. Site down, don't respond to emails and phone is not answered. This is a scam. Reported to actionfraud.

They must like me I got 5. Have reported to card company, don't think there'll be an issue getting refund given the pattern

On a slightly positive note there an equivalent card on Prime Day deal right now for £15.49, and it's actually Amazon selling so odds are good!

Amazon one comes with SD adapter too, you have to laugh

I ordered this card from Amazon from the link posted by OP. Arrived yesterday turns out its only a 16gb card once formatted. Sending back. Read reviews and similar problems, will avoid Toshiba

Ralph88813th Jul

I ordered this card from Amazon from the link posted by OP. Arrived …I ordered this card from Amazon from the link posted by OP. Arrived yesterday turns out its only a 16gb card once formatted. Sending back. Read reviews and similar problems, will avoid Toshiba


Did you order direct from Amazon directly or was it from a marketplace seller on Amazon?
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