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SanDisk Extreme Pro 64 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A2 App Performance + Rescue Pro Deluxe - £11.99 @ Amazon
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Ideal for Android smartphones and tablets, and action cameras, and drones. Operating temperature : minus 25 degree Celsius to 85 degree Celsius Up to 170MB/s read and 90MB/s write speeds fo…
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This often goes on sale for less than £11, got a bunch for less than £10 even a while back

SanDisk portable SSD 1TB, up to 520MB/s read speed £74.25 @ Amazon Germany
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Less when using fee free card, all fee`s included in price. Digital storage capacity - 1TB Hard disk interface - USB 3.0 Brand - SanDisk Series - SDSSDE30-1T00-G25 Form Factor - Portable Re…
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Yeah, it's worth it if you're scalping Amazon for a living. Otherwise, just get the free 3% card, or stake just a little for the 5%.


I like Plutus, but you need to invest a lot of money in their coins to get 9%.


@ShakriShikri wrote: Are mechanical drives more reliable and longer life than SSDs or can that be put to bed? HDD were never more reliable that SSD. The average HDD will fail between 3-8 years. SSD usually offer a warranty of 5 years and 500-600 TBW (so for a 1Tb drive been complete written 600 times). They also indicate a reliability of millons of hours, samsung Evo states 1.5 millions hours; that’s over 170 years


My favourite is Plutus + Curve. 9% cashback and 0 fx fees.


Halifax Clarity, for example, don't add foreign exchange fees between € and £, so it's that . Check out Money Saving Expert :) Are mechanical drives more reliable and longer life than SSDs or can that be put to bed?

SanDisk 128GB Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Flash Drive 150MB/s (refurbished) - MyMemory - £9.98
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
I was looking for a reasonably fast 64gb flash drive when I came across this refurbished model from MyMemory. 1 year warranty and MyMemory have been great over the years with me ordering c…

They may have been testing that on USB 2.0 if they only got 40MB/s read, as I have tested a number of drives and that's the max that I get at on read speeds. Change to USB 3.0 and they'd see a massive difference in read speeds. Still writes are slow and USB 3.0 won't make too much difference to that.


The same also on ebay/my memory for £10.99 (save you looking) but still useful if you are already set up for ebay? ie no card to hand. click and its done.


Many of the metal cases Sandisk drives run hot these days. I’ve a combination USBC-USBA that gets toasty in use. I assume the plastic ones get hot, but the plastics better at insulation and keeps thd heat inside, which may actually be worse for the drive…


I hear what you say but I don’t think there is a real issue with the number of ‘writes’ when you are talking about a drive without moving parts. Yes in the traditional platter mounted HDD days I would be a little concerned about a refurbished product, had the drive been damaged etc but i have Sandisk flash drives I have used for 15 years without issue. I tend not to use them now due to the speed of the tech but they still work. If I was using a drive for professional purposes I may be more wary, but if it was for professional purposes I’d be looking to spend professional kit money and not £9.98. When I was a wedding photographer I regularly spent more than £100 on an SD card as it was for professional use. I would also use two for built in redundancy in my camera. No one wants to lose a couples wedding photos. This isn’t for professional use in my opinion, for moving some files between home computers I think it’s worth a punt, and you know what if it miraculously fails to write in the warrant period I’ll send it back and buy you a pint with the proceeds (y)


If you look on Amazon lots of complaints of it getting hot. One of the reviewers ran a speed test on it and got "Sequential read 40MB/sec and write only 12.66 MB/sec". I'd also be concerned about buying a refurbished flash drive as they only have a limited number of writes they can take.

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SanDisk Ultra 128GB Dual USB Flash Drive USB £15.99 @ Amazon
31/05/2022Expires on 31/05/2022Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
SanDisk Ultra 128GB Dual USB Flash Drive USB M3.0 up to 130 MB/s, Save: £46.01 (74%) Info added by @Sashecuador Free up space on your OTG Android Phone Back up photos, videos and conta…

Had one of these ,lasted about a month,fell to pieces ,friends did the same too


I just received the USB C version for same price on amazon, very happy with it EDIT: Seems like it's been bumped up now, in that case, I would rather get the 256gb: 128gb 256gb


Thats how I use mine. Music, photos, books


Available in USB-C ?


Can this be plugged into a phone and photos transferred onto it without faffing about with a computer

SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB microSDXC Memory Card - £20.99 @ Amazon
31/05/2022Expires on 31/05/2022Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB microSDXC Memory Card,Save: £36.00 (63%) Info added by @Sashecuador Features & details Ideal for Android smartphones and tablets, and action cameras, and d…
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I bought this one


It was £10.20p or something.


Couldnt seem to find a 128 for a tenner. Care to share a link?


By the symbols on the card V30 would mean 30Mb/s write speed, so I am confused how it can be 90MB/s write speeds.... soon they' run out of space for all the new spec markers on these tiny cards...


My dji gov drone has a go at me for using any card less than this. I'm always buying these on sale, although I've just checked my stockpile of 6 64gb's and I'll hold off buying this one