You should post this as it's a much better deal - just bought one at £3 not £3.15
who are DSP, i'll stick to known brands thank you, like sandisk, transcend, integral etc as in my experience ive bought cheap before and true to form ending up buying twice due to bad builds
Thanks, Could not resist buying a DSP "128GB Speicherkarte (Class 10) für Samsung Galaxy J5" for £6.69. I have no use for it ATM, bought it anyway.. At least a micro sd doesnt take up much space in the desk drawer... DSP sd card pricing seems quite random for the same nominal item.
Can also get 128GB for £6.58 (DSP)
class 10 64gb for £3.15. Probably little stock, so not really a deal. https://www.amazon.co.uk/64GB-Speicherkarte-Class-für-Caterpillar/dp/B07NKGYM8S/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=64GB+Speicherkarte&qid=1622678418&sr=8-3 found using search term "64GB Speicherkarte" and sorting by price.
Showing as £13.55 on my prime! What's going on with Amazon listed prices? A few pence off here, some prime users showing weird price differences across the Amazon site too, oh well still is a great find at around £13.55 for 128gb + U3. Thanks for posting! (highfive)
Anyone know if this would do well in my Samsung s20 ultra? Bought one off ebay and lost all my data on it as apparently the read/write speed wasn't great. It was a SanDisk one but don't think it was legit to be honest :/
I been using the 128GB and 256 GB version of these cards in my 1080p dashcams and they've been running for over 2 years all day long with absolutely no issues. I also use these cards in my GoPro Hero8 abd my security cameras with absolutely no problems. Being baked on hot summer days and frozen on cold winter nights doesn't seem to bother them a bit
The card quite clearly has U1 printed on it, not U3. Am assuming you'd need to go up to 128 to get U3. Decent enough cards - I think I picked a couple up on Black Friday for around a fiver. I don't think there's many deals around on U3 64s at the moment but they're still a couple of quid more than this when they do look good. Hot from me.
This is working a treat in my wife’s new galaxy tab (s7+ the newest one)!
Don’t forget that different cards use different tech. Which exact model did you use!
Sorry to hear that, but like I said, zero problems with mine, and that's after using it for nearly 6 hours per day for nearly two years along with downloads while in sleep mode.
I was using a 256GB version of this card when I first got my Switch, games kept crashing, probably when trying to autosave. Took me a while to figure out it was the card (thought it was the game just crashing) and changed it to a Samsung Evo and it worked fine. So then got a Sandisk 256GB card that I now still use. I ran as many tests as I could on the card and it always passed, so I don't think it was a fake. Must have been some weird glitch if this brand normally works well with Nintendo Switches.
Post p30 it's just going to say "incompatible cpu" now China is working on a 3rd phone OS like android or ios. I'd trust an apk from some random Internet site like id trust Michael Jackson with my baby. People get so defensive about it too, amazing cameras etc but nah I'm not down to side load dodgy apks, gonna be a lot of pishing soon.
Fine. You don't need one as tough as this though: standard cards should be sufficient.
I personally can't fault them myself. However while I still have a Mate 10 Pro for backup purposes, which still has Google Play services, I fancied an upgrade last year. I always prefer top-tier handsets and would have gone for the P40 Pro, but due to the lack of Google Play services and the inconvenience of having to install APKs, I didn't commit to buying it. Yes, there's Samsung - but I've got a personal grievance with them due to their pathetic customer service, particularly when dealing with 4 consecutive warranty claims on a Gear S3 Frontier smartwatch. Probably amongst the worst service I've received from any company. As much as I do still love Android and always will, my main phone now is an iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The ban wasn't in place prior to the age of those devices and the version of android. If you still have Google play store you don't have one of those impacted devices.
Except for (a) the manufacturers who don’t offer SD card support at all and (b) any that end up agreeing that the technological demand in China for the extended functionality of NM is ahead of the current rather old tech..
Mine's arrived. It seems genuine and as advertised. Write speed is fast enough for 4k video in the GoPro hero 9 at least. Have only put 80GB on it so far (written and read). Haven't tested at full capacity, but I'm pretty confident it's fine.
Can anyone say more about this? Anyone received the cards and are they genuine?
Not sure what picstop are like now, but they were selling fake ad cards previously.
Is it compatible with Nintendo switch?
Thanks, I'll bite at £28.38. Couldn't find anything else I needed to bring it up to the free shipping limit.
Yeah I think my BBC music introducing library all regions all 2021 would fill a terabyte......might look at that player if it populates 2 cards in theory has a maximum of 4tb or 4 years when 2tb which is the limit of XSSD cards
There's only two advantages I can see the hard drive having, that being longetivity and price.
Got a 1tb in my onkyo music player.....means my entire (uncompressed) music library is now portable. Saves having to make a MP3 copy of all my FLAC files. I assume the ONKYO would play fine with two 1gb cards given it has two memeory slots & plays fine with a 1TB & a 400gb..... Hmm....this would future proof me....!!!
A2 signifies very impressive IOPS, this would easily outperform any mechanical HDD for games.
Yeah me too. Got a 400 for less than £30, and missed out on 512 for even less but as for this, it would need to be half this price before I would be tempted. Decent price OK, but not decent enough ! (y)
It really depends on the size of the games. Don't break the 10gb mark
How many games can you store on your 256gb, I'm assuming this 128gb will store half that.
If you bought through the link it won’t be fake, they are sold by Amazon. They aren’t a fast card…
I think mine might be a fake - got it to expand family member's android phone storage but the copy speed is super slow (27bytes per second?!) and it comes up with a generic SD image on the picture rather than saying Kingston or anything .
Yep appears to be got mine today came in proper sealed retail packing, already used it to write a pi4 retropie image of 64gb and grabbing a 128gb image to test it fully so I'll let you know if any probs I don't expect there to be though
Charlie12 agree with you . My two newer sandisk 128gb arrived yesterday and working fine....damn market sellers .
Avoid marketplace sellers - stick with Amazon direct (which is this very deal)
The two I received few weeks ago I had to send back to amazon. Even though sold by a market place seller. Both not good . First time any sd cards have frozen up my laptop. Loads of problems.... sticking to only sandisk in future even if I'm paying a bit more .
Price has raised to normal again. Amazon International has them at similar to this price but OOS. 😪