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Transcend 8GB SDHC Class 10 Memory Card - £8.30 @ amazon
Transcend 8GB SDHC Class 10 Memory Card - £8.30 @ amazon

Transcend 8GB SDHC Class 10 Memory Card - £8.30 @ amazon

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not a bad price for a class 10 sd card for those hd movies on your camera

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Got the 16 gig today, from Amazon Marketplace. £11, Inc. Delivery, non too shabby!

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Henvig

Got the 16 gig today, from Amazon Marketplace. £11, Inc. Delivery, non … Got the 16 gig today, from Amazon Marketplace. £11, Inc. Delivery, non too shabby!



have you gotta link?

Henvig

Got the 16 gig today, from Amazon Marketplace. £11, Inc. Delivery, non … Got the 16 gig today, from Amazon Marketplace. £11, Inc. Delivery, non too shabby!



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haq

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It was from 7dayshop, ordered last week, came today.

Henvig

It was from 7dayshop, ordered last week, came today.



Thanks. Now the price has gone up.

is this suitable for the wii?

What does class 10 mean? Is Transcend a decent brand? thanks in advance

weswart

What does class 10 mean? Is Transcend a decent brand? thanks in advance



trancend is a brand, its perfectly fine.

class 10 is the speed

it is usually cheaper than this, but still very cheap!

Got mine a few weeks ago for around £7.50. Works fine so far but only tested on photos.

thepharmacist

is this suitable for the wii?



I'd like to know this too please

weswart

What does class 10 mean? Is Transcend a decent brand? thanks in advance



In theory yes, but then I have since read this thread on the AV forums

avforums.com/for…tml

Doesn't look like there is any real advantage in getting a class 10 Transcend card over a Class 6.........[it should be faster]

Bought as we have had them before. As already posted the class pretty much tells you how quickly they operate, higher the class, quicker the card functions. Bought this onevfor the Htc Desire other half got for Christmas!

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class 10 refers to the writing spped of the card. as camera have increased in pixel size, not only is the size of a card important but also the speed at which information is writtern, when recording in hd for example a lot of info has to be transfered at a given point e.g per second. a card which has a lower writing speed (lower class) may not be able to keep up with the information being passed to it and therefore your movie may be cut short. if you just wish to take standard pictures every few seconds then a lower class is fine. if you wish take many pictures quickly or want to make a hd movie on your camera then a higher (faster) class would be required to record at your cameras highest pixels resolution.

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thepharmacist

is this suitable for the wii?



no need for this class on a wii. you can buy a larger size at a lower class and it will do the job fine. your title is my occupation...

Cheaper at 7dayshop.com £7.99 delivered.

Thanks ordered

Good price for a decent branded card. Heat added.

robertybob

I'd like to know this too please



No, the wii only accepts standard SD cards (no SDHC) so max is 2GB. Not sure if any of the newer models supports it but mine(1 year old) defo doesn't.

ahleung

cheaper at 7dayshop direct plus quidco

ahleung

No, the wii only accepts standard SD cards (no SDHC) so max is 2GB. Not … No, the wii only accepts standard SD cards (no SDHC) so max is 2GB. Not sure if any of the newer models supports it but mine(1 year old) defo doesn't.ahleung



Not true at all. Of your firmware is over 4.0, it can take anything up to 32gb.
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