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Old 05-18-2012, 09:52 AM
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Smile SanDisk Mobile Ultra Android microSDXC 64 GB @ play.com

Here is the LINK

@£45 currently.

Useful for SDXC compliant devices!

Enjoy!

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Oh DAMN!!! Why does a deal like this have to be EU only??? Bummer!!!

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Oh DAMN!!! Why does a deal like this have to be EU only??? Bummer!!!
well I can always help a brother out, if needs be!

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Thanks for the offer my friend,...I'll keep it in mind!!!

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@TDS ... 44.99 British pounds sterling = $71.10 US. That said, you can buy the same card here in the US for $67.99, a whopping $2.11 cheaper
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Oops!!! Again, thanks WG!!!

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$4.99 shipping for an sd card? wtf?

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@TDS ... 44.99 British pounds sterling = $71.10 US. That said, you can buy the same card here in the US for $67.99, a whopping $2.11 cheaper
this which gets me is this:
"Ultra Speed - with class 6 performance rating"

the one i linked is:
"Class 10 performance for full HD video"

not sure if it's amazon, with their wording or reality.
Could it be 2 different cards?

And god...yeah that's quite a lot for shipping a micro sd card!
I know it's 64gb...but it's smaller than my nails! LOL

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- Not sure I believe those claims on class
- If you get the amazon card they take $30.00 off so the cost drops to $39.79
- Typically amazon prime members get free shipping, if not shipping on small items from amazon is always around $5.00
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- Not sure I believe those claims on class
- If you get the amazon card they take $30.00 off so the cost drops to $39.79
- Typically amazon prime members get free shipping, if not shipping on small items from amazon is always around $5.00
prime only works for things posted by amazon themselves.

Of course, neither do I, but when you look online, + at reviews - the sandisk and samsung cards live up to their "class ranks"

I've ordered this one - and it is at home in the UK but I have yet to try it - will do so, and will report back next weekend!

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Old 05-21-2012, 03:52 AM
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I completely agree that ordering from your point in the UK makes complete sense but none what so ever from the US, even if one has to pay $5.00 shipping.
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I completely agree that ordering from your point in the UK makes complete sense but none what so ever from the US, even if one has to pay $5.00 shipping.
I'm confused
You mean ordering the card for a US resident would be pointless? Due to the amazon USA price, right?

What I was trying to say is that the cards might be different

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What difference does it make when it comes to class rating if all I'm using it for is my media player? I do understand that the read/write speeds ARE faster, but that nullified by the players we put the card in. It ends up being a moot issue. I do appreciate the offer, but price wise, and considering how I'd use the card, a class 10 is overkill.

Plus, I do have Amazon Prime. And I always manage to get my stuff cheaper than advertised prices. So, WalkGood's recommendation is the one I'll most likely be using.

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I'm confused ...
Seriously it's not that confusing.
- If one lives in the UK it makes sense to order from your link/links.
- If one lives in the USA it makes more sense ordering from amazon usa
- Other point I made about class is that I don't always believe what is written about a card.
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What difference does it make when it comes to class rating if all I'm using it for is my media player? I do understand that the read/write speeds ARE faster, but that nullified by the players we put the card in. It ends up being a moot issue. I do appreciate the offer, but price wise, and considering how I'd use the card, a class 10 is overkill.

Plus, I do have Amazon Prime. And I always manage to get my stuff cheaper than advertised prices. So, WalkGood's recommendation is the one I'll most likely be using.
Ok bro !
Let me know which u go for in the end and what price u get it at!


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Seriously it's not that confusing.
- If one lives in the UK it makes sense to order from your link/links.
- If one lives in the USA it makes more sense ordering from amazon usa
- Other point I made about class is that I don't always believe what is written about a card.
ah understood and agreed.
That's why I always read many reviews and speed tests about cards, especially microsd ones, before purchasing them !

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If I need a card for pics/video recording I might need a higher class. But, for my needs, even a class 2-4 is sufficient. Thanks all the same brother, and I mean that!!!

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Can either of you answer this question or someone else ... On the SanDisk site it shows class 10 cards have a little marking "1" (without quotes) but a little U symbol around the number on the lower left side of the card, look here. Neither the shot of the card you posted nor the one of the one I posted has that (my link did say class 6). Doesn't that mean that specific card is not class 10? Or do I have a misunderstanding of that "1" marking?

Edit: this is why I stated above "not sure I believe those claims on class"
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If I need a card for pics/video recording I might need a higher class. But, for my needs, even a class 2-4 is sufficient. Thanks all the same brother, and I mean that!!!
No probs mate!


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Can either of you answer this question or someone else ... On the SanDisk site it shows class 10 cards have a little marking "1" (without quotes) but a little U symbol around the number on the lower left side of the card, look here. Neither the shot of the card you posted nor the one of the one I posted has that (my link did say class 6). Doesn't that mean that specific card is not class 10? Or do I have a misunderstanding of that "1" marking?

Edit: this is why I stated above "not sure I believe those claims on class"
Yeah...good shout on that one!
Possibly a newer model? Although that doesn't make sense...as it isn't released in the UK yet.

Only thing I can guess is:
"UHS-I enabled and ready for the next generation of mobile devices"

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Can either of you answer this question or someone else ... On the SanDisk site it shows class 10 cards have a little marking "1" (without quotes) but a little U symbol around the number on the lower left side of the card, look here. Neither the shot of the card you posted nor the one of the one I posted has that (my link did say class 6). Doesn't that mean that specific card is not class 10? Or do I have a misunderstanding of that "1" marking?

Edit: this is why I stated above "not sure I believe those claims on class"
All I have is class 4, max. And I'll check later on when I get home.

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All I have is class 4, max. And I'll check later on when I get home.
Yeah I have class 4 atm too.

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