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Was £24.99 NOW £9.99 32Gb Micro Sd Card @ Currys
Was £24.99 NOW £9.99 32Gb Micro Sd Card @ Currys

Was £24.99 NOW £9.99 32Gb Micro Sd Card @ Currys

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Possibly the cheapest micro sd on the high street, £15 off the rrp, just bought two, works fine very happy indeed

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Original Poster

Thanks!

class 4 card, thats why its reduced.

Deal is good for high street but really depends on the speed of the sd card, you can get high speed class 10 32gb for £10-12 online. Class 10 will be much quicker at storing and reading large files and compatible for high def and 4k video.
Edited by: "McHotpoon" 11th Dec 2014

Err probably not the cheapest sd card on the market but appreciate your optimism

Alot faster for 99p more you wont regret it,

mymemory.co.uk/Mic…B_s

Edited by: "McHotpoon" 11th Dec 2014

Class 10 is so cheap and the best to buy, go for class 10.

Original Poster

fair point, I opted for high street retailer as ive been stung on fleabay and by the time it had taken me to resolve the problem, the hassle of sending back goods wasnt worth the time and effort, this way any faults got a receipt a quick 5 minute trip

Bought these on Black Friday. The deal was two for £20 which works out the same! Heat added! So cheap and they are high performance!

Curry's only sale dodgy things they never accept sold item once package opened. even though it is not working.

I purchased the 32 gb class 10 in currys store last week for £15.99 and it would be even cheaper online.

Thanks was 24£ I feel idiotic

class 4 so not a good deal i got a class 10 off mymemory for less last week

duction

Class 10 is so cheap and the best to buy, go for class 10.


Assuming your device supports it of course.

class 4 rofl.

just bought a sandisk class 10 from Tesco extra at Maldon for £10. was the last micro sd one but looks like a national offer. They had normal SD size left and both types in 16gb for £6.50.

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Would've been great for Raspberry Pi.

Could I use this for my new Nicon camara D3200?
If not where is the best place to get one that's got a big storage? Thanks in advance

ha ha ha class 4 is 2011. these are cheap as chips on fleabay. anything lower than 10 is no good. These will work on the D3200 with the SD adapter but I would not put anything slower than class 10. The min requirement for 1080p video for the camera is min class 6. I have a 32GB class 10 UHS-1 on my D7100. Class 4 is dead in the water

howdyall

Err probably not the cheapest sd card on the market but appreciate your … Err probably not the cheapest sd card on the market but appreciate your optimism



Said 'cheapest on the high street' not 'market' and they're probably right, it's also branded and is much easier to return if it fails, this is a decent deal.

does anyone know if this is any good for samsung galaxy tab3 8inch 16gb? just want to extend memory

demonknight9

anything lower than 10 is no good.



Don't be so ridiculous.

mikerj

Don't be so ridiculous.



my opinion, obviously. I would not spend another penny on memory slower than a class 10. It would pi** me off so much transferring anything to the card that I would end up not using it. Like some old flash drives I have. If you are using it on any new devices it's the same, cameras requiring faster and faster cards. I know it all depends on bitrate but with 4K coming out in force anything bellow class 10 will not be supported.
I'm just being realistic. Spending money on this is a bit pointless. I like to future proof my tech. Not buy something that will have limited use in a years time.

demonknight9

these are cheap as chips on fleabay.



Chances are they're fake too.
I never buy sd cards from any non reputable sources, need to be in full retail packaging, and only crucial/lexar, SanDisk, Toshiba, or Samsung (because they are the ones who actually make flash)

McHotpoon

Alot faster for 99p more you wont regret … Alot faster for 99p more you wont regret it,http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDHC/MyMemory/MyMemory-32GB-Micro-SD-%28SDHC%29-Card-with-USB-Reader---Class-10---40-MB_s



Or alternatively: Sandisk 32GB Ultra Android Micro SD (SDHC) Card + Adapter 48MB/s Class 10 - £12.95

This is a terrible deal, I don't get it..?

you will be disappointed.

speculatrix

Chances are they're fake too.I never buy sd cards from any non reputable … Chances are they're fake too.I never buy sd cards from any non reputable sources, need to be in full retail packaging, and only crucial/lexar, SanDisk, Toshiba, or Samsung (because they are the ones who actually make flash)



You have a point there. I'm not saying that this isn't a good deal for the amount of storage you get, it's cheaper than anywhere else. The problem is the speed, for a couple of quid more you can buy something with decent speed, not fast, just a bit quicker than this. To transfer a 4GB file over to this card you are looking at an hour or there about. It kills the buzz imho
Remember, class 6 doesn't mean 6mb/s. it will be less than that. Rarely it's more
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