Transcend 128GB A1 Micro SDXC U3 Card  £24.99  Mymemory
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Transcend 128GB A1 Micro SDXC U3 Card £24.99 Mymemory

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Make the most of you smartphone with a Transcend micro SD card.Want to save space on your mobile device by running apps from a memory card? Transcend's microSDXC/SDHC 300S cards are the right choice! Compliant with the latest speed class, the cards boast excellent random read/write speed, perfect for retrieving small pieces of data from random locations and speeding app launch time.
A good fit for mobile app storage
It’s common for users to install and run mobile apps from microSD cards in order to free device memory. Random read/write performance is thus crucial. Transcend's microSDXC/SDHC 300S memory cards are a great fit for storing mobile apps.

Introducing Application Performance Class
The Application Performance Class was introduced to adapt this new trend. Transcend's microSDXC/SDHC 300S memory cards meet the new A1 standards, delivering minimum random read of 1,500 IOPS and random write of 500 IOPS, and sustained sequential speeds of at least 10MB/s.

Show the transfer capabilities
Transcend's microSDXC/SDHC 300S memory cards meet both the UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and the UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30) standards for 4K Ultra HD video recordings, with read/write speeds of up to 95MB/s and 45MB/s respectively.

Store as many as you wish
In addition to excellent random read/write performance, Transcend's microSDXC/SDHC 300S memory cards come in up to 128GB storage capacity, allowing you to keep more digital files and apps at hand!

Built for extremes
To deliver the best performance and stability, Transcend's microSD memory cards are tested to withstand extreme conditions.
- Waterproof: meet JIS IPX7 standards that can withstand immersion in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
- Temperature proof: perform in temperature extremes from -25°C to 85°C.
- Static proof: meet EMC IEC61000-4-2 standards and withstand static electricity.
- X-ray proof: meet the ISO7816-1 standard and are immune to airport X-rays.
- Shock proof: provide excellent shock, vibration, bending and twisting resistance.

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My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16kb ram pack (a beast of a thing) plugged into the back.
Then Commodore 64 with 64kB.
Then Commodore Amiga 128kB (I think).

Now you can get a tiny memory card like this with masses more memory storage.
Edited by: "shalton" 29th Jul
PoserDude1 h, 3 m ago

This won't work in a PS Vita


It will if you have sd2vita and are on the right firmware
shalton2 h, 6 m ago

My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a …My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a thing) plugged into the back.Then Commodore 64 with 64kB.Then Commodore Amiga 128kB (I think).Now you can get a tiny memory card like this with masses more memory storage.


Lol. The 16k memory pack that perched precariously off the back of the ZX81. Slighest wobble and you lost that program you had spent hours typing in...
woldranger1 m ago

I not sure. I'll ask him..... @Mrswitch is this ideal for you?


Yep!
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@summerof76 Go go go!!
vassy4u56 m ago

@summerof76 Go go go!!


Is this a good card, ideal for the switch?
Nice... just ordered one for my switch 😜
Edited by: "Kumakikei" 29th Jul
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It's happening
My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16kb ram pack (a beast of a thing) plugged into the back.
Then Commodore 64 with 64kB.
Then Commodore Amiga 128kB (I think).

Now you can get a tiny memory card like this with masses more memory storage.
Edited by: "shalton" 29th Jul
shalton1 h, 7 m ago

My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a …My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a thing) plugged into the back.Then Commodore 64 with 64MB.Then Commodore Amiga 128MB (I think).Now you can get a tiny memory card like this with masses more memory storage.


KB, I think in all cases. MB was later.
Nice
Parallax2 m ago

KB, I think in all cases. MB was later.


Oh yeah, your right. It was too long ago.
shalton2 h, 6 m ago

My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a …My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a thing) plugged into the back.Then Commodore 64 with 64kB.Then Commodore Amiga 128kB (I think).Now you can get a tiny memory card like this with masses more memory storage.


Lol. The 16k memory pack that perched precariously off the back of the ZX81. Slighest wobble and you lost that program you had spent hours typing in...
Lukesablade6 h, 35 m ago

Is this a good card, ideal for the switch?


Yes. Should be fine for it.
Fantastic timing for this OP, was just looking to put more storage into my PS Vita
This work with the gopro 6 ok?
drnkbeer1 h, 2 m ago

Fantastic timing for this OP, was just looking to put more storage into my …Fantastic timing for this OP, was just looking to put more storage into my PS Vita



This won't work in a PS Vita
Lukesablade8 h, 5 m ago

Is this a good card, ideal for the switch?


I not sure. I'll ask him.....

@Mrswitch is this ideal for you?
woldranger1 m ago

I not sure. I'll ask him..... @Mrswitch is this ideal for you?


Yep!
PoserDude1 h, 3 m ago

This won't work in a PS Vita


It will if you have sd2vita and are on the right firmware
Parallax3 h, 23 m ago

KB, I think in all cases. MB was later.


It's not a question of earlier or later. Theoretically a 16MB expansion would have been possible even in those days, it would just have been massive and would have cost a fortune.
Edited by: "grex9101" 29th Jul
grex91011 h, 12 m ago

It's not a question of earlier or later. Theoretically a 16MB expansion …It's not a question of earlier or later. Theoretically a 16MB expansion would have been possible even in those days, it would just have been massive and would have cost a fortune.


Getting a little pedantic here, I think we know what he means
jamgin4 h, 13 m ago

Lol. The 16k memory pack that perched precariously off the back of the …Lol. The 16k memory pack that perched precariously off the back of the ZX81. Slighest wobble and you lost that program you had spent hours typing in...


Yeah, I was going to add - about it being wedged up/in with a bit of cardboard.
certainly has all the certifications you'd want, not sure about actual write speed but even if only scrapes past the minimum its a good buy

heat added
Looks a good deal.
Is this one ok for an Amazon Fire hd 10 (2017)?
shalton13 m ago

Yeah, I was going to add - about it being wedged up/in with a bit of …Yeah, I was going to add - about it being wedged up/in with a bit of cardboard.


Mine was stuck on the back with Velcro - but would still crash at the slightest nudge.
Pheenix3 m ago

Mine was stuck on the back with Velcro - but would still crash at the …Mine was stuck on the back with Velcro - but would still crash at the slightest nudge.


Or as you hammered the keys to type anything. lol. What fun we had. Typing in the code for a game from a magazine to find that the program had bugs and didn't work anyway.
FlowsInYou55 m ago

Getting a little pedantic here, I think we know what he means


Perhaps, but it was made out like it was one of the other.
vassy4u12 h, 37 m ago

@summerof76 Go go go!!


lol just about to do the same. grrrrrrrrrrrr I thought I was special.

@summerof76
Edited by: "shabbird" 29th Jul
Great price, but is this a genuine card? Lots of fakes out there and difficult to spot
qualeboy12 m ago

Great price, but is this a genuine card? Lots of fakes out there and …Great price, but is this a genuine card? Lots of fakes out there and difficult to spot


Yes it will be. Mymemory are well established retailer. Have purchased from them before and so issues. Avoid ebay or
3rd party sellers on Amazon as plenty of fakes there.

edit. You can look at their google review Click me
Edited by: "shabbird" 29th Jul
shabbird43 m ago

lol just about to do the same. grrrrrrrrrrrr I thought I was special. lol just about to do the same. grrrrrrrrrrrr I thought I was special. @summerof76


You still are Shabs
vassy4u4 m ago

You still are Shabs


awwww Been on a lookout for a microsd card for few days for summer.
drnkbeer3 h, 50 m ago

It will if you have sd2vita and are on the right firmware


Actually it doesn't require certain firmware no more pretty much any can do the job for hacking.
OOS 😔
muckilla2 m ago

Actually it doesn't require certain firmware no more pretty much any can …Actually it doesn't require certain firmware no more pretty much any can do the job for hacking.


I haven't been keeping up to date on the latest scene, just looking at the recent updates. Fascinating stuff as always.
shabbird21 m ago

awwww Been on a lookout for a microsd card for few days for summer. …awwww Been on a lookout for a microsd card for few days for summer.


@summerof76 made sure she tells all hukd addicts
It's OOS now
shalton8 h, 41 m ago

My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a …My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a thing) plugged into the back.Then Commodore 64 with 64kB.Then Commodore Amiga 128kB (I think).Now you can get a tiny memory card like this with masses more memory storage.


Yeah I know. I remember buying microsd cards of the same capacity for the same price just three years ago too.
Out of stock
shalton9 h, 51 m ago

My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a …My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a thing) plugged into the back.Then Commodore 64 with 64kB.Then Commodore Amiga 128kB (I think).Now you can get a tiny memory card like this with masses more memory storage.


Like 5mb hard drive back in 56' :).
And now is just 2.5 inches for much more storage capabilities
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That's an excellent price for one of these actually. :-D
OOS
shalton10 h, 30 m ago

My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a …My god! I remember expanding my zx81 with a 16MB ram pack (a beast of a thing) plugged into the back.Then Commodore 64 with 64kB.Then Commodore Amiga 128kB (I think).Now you can get a tiny memory card like this with masses more memory storage.


Just think. 10 years time - we'll be looking at terabyte cards.
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