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Integral 32GB UltimaPro Micro SDHC Card 40MB/s - Class 10 ~ $20 Delivered from MyMemory.co.uk

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The UltimaPro micro SDHC memory card with Class 10 specification performs at up to 40MB/s transfer speed and is designed to be used where fast memory cards are crucial; to capture high resolution images and to shoot Full HD video.

Read Speed: 40MB/s
Write Speed: 25MB/s

Pre-order for delivery *** STOCK SHIPPING - Monday 29th September ***

£8.99 + £1.95 delivery

Key Features

  • Perfect for high specification smartphones and digital cameras
  • Up to 40MB/s transfer speed
  • Works brilliantly with the latest HD digital camcorders and smartphones, ensuring smooth video capture even at Full HD (1920 x 1080p)
    • Memory card meets UHS-I Class 1 specification
  • Compatible with micro SDHC and SDHC devices
  • SDHC adapter included
  • 5 year warranty

By comparison Kogan has one for $34 not as good.

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  • Plenty of 32gb on ebay for $18 ish

    • A worldwide price lowest first search on eBay for this card is

      AU $29.57

      +AU $6.47 postage

      So I don't know where you are getting $18 from.

      • Why would you get this when you can get Samsung EVO 32GB from a local seller for less than $20?

        • this. i grabbed one of the 32gb evos from there for 17.95 delivered.

        • I'm a rep for PC Byte and I approve of this message :P

        • Hi Ronald, but it is showing as $18.95 on your website now. is there any promotional code to get it for $17.95?

        • @RC144: Hi RC144. Sadly no. That was a promotional price. We're not planning to run any promotions until all the kinks from our eBay PC promotion is ironed out (getting there, all the PCs are out bar two that have issues arising from customisation and there's less than 10 orders that have issues arising from dispatch error or something of the like).

          When we do run another deal, it's not likely to include the Samsung EVO MicroSD - since we've run a few deals on this in recent times.

      • Should of said was referring to samsung evo.

      • Whoever negged this can prove me wrong.

  • just bought one $21.03 via pay-pal, looking at these for a while. Thanks lukeloop.

  • As mentioned above. Samsung 32gb EVO microSDHC UHS-I 48MB/s cards sell for around $18. What makes the Integral brand any better than more established brands like Samsung and Sandisk that sell around the same price?

    • People like choices, maybe we don't want to support a full time weapons manufacturer or possibly the orange and white coloured Samsung card clashes with the colour of our jocks.