expired [eBay Plus] Samsung 64GB Evo+ Micro SD $14.95, Kingston 64GB $12, 256GB $59.95 Delivered @ Apus Auction eBay

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  • Samsung 64GB micro SD $14.95
  • Kingston 64GB micro SD $12.00
  • Kingston 256GB micro SD $59.95

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  • +1 vote

    OP, did you forget to include the promo code?

  • +1 vote

    That is incredibly cheap. Wow.

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    Guys is it better (in terms of reliability) to backup data on a 256GB microSD card or a 256GB SSD card in an external closure?

    My mechanical HDD is dying so I need to put the data on something.

  • +9 votes

    Hi all, newbie here so please be gentle. I tried one of these ebay offers for Samsung EVO Plus and it turns out they're selling fake cards made in China. I only found out when I put it in my Macbook Pro and I was only getting 1Mb/s transfer speeds (rather than up to 100Mb/s as expected). I contacted the ebay seller who said their "supplier" must have made a mistake. Further investigation led to their negative feedback which showed they only sold fake cards as others had the same issue as I did. I got my money back, but still it was frustrating. There's a website I found which takes you through the differences between the fake and real cards. Might be something to keep handy if you buy and you suffer the same issues I did. https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Identify-a-Fake-Sams...

    :-)

    • +1 vote

      Each seller is different when it comes to counterfeit items…

      • +4 votes

        Agreed… I might have just been unlucky. Just letting people know in case they find what they get isn't what they ordered. Public Service Announcement.

        • +1 vote

          This is all you need, you should test every SD card you buy.

          • +1 vote

            @nocure: That tool will find wrong capacity or bad blocks and reports transfer speeds. Some fake card are the correct capacity but use slow flash. Also look at the read and write speeds h2test reports and if they are slower than they should be, suspect a fake.

    • +2 votes

      APUS auction/Shopping square is definitely legit though..

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      It's very difficult to tell fakes too. I bought a uSD card and the performance was awful, lots of errors etc, I sent it back and they claimed it was fine and returned it to me - and it actually worked fine. I suspect they swapped it.

      Moral the story is that I cbf buying memory cards online. Too much stress.

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      I also bought some fake Samsungs off eBay. The packaging and card were very well faked, but the performance was was very slow which made me look further and find the same site your linked to.

  • +4 votes

    Those 256gb Kingston micros are cheap but only rated for 10MB/s write speed. The evo+ by comparison is 60MB/s.

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    Still waiting on the SD card from their sale a few weeks ago. Don't buy it if you're in a hurry.

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    never buy Kingston again. out of my 20+ SD cards, only Kingston's pack up.

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    Are these 4k for Gopro and dji drones…

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    Do you have links for those prices?
    I only see $22 listing for the Samsung plus 64gb

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    Says 4k but have my doubts. Slow read and write compared to scan disc extreme pro.
    Thoughts
    https://www.kingston.com/en/flash/microsd_cards/sdcs

  • -1 vote

    if you are not ebay plus member, you need to pay AU $14.99 Standard Postage? Come on!

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    I ended up buying mine from JBHiFi (128Gb Evo Plus) and it works really well with 4K video, both recording onto and playing from. But, I paid around $50, so more expensive than ebay prices. The one I bought on ebay was a fake though, so went down the retailer route instead.

  • +2 votes

    for the past 4 years i have one 64Gb in phone that rarely fills up, i take thousands of pics, but if it does fill up i cut it all on to a hard drive. i also have one 16gb for my dash cam.
    with everyone on here constantly falling over themselves for multiple high capacity sd cards and usb sticks every week..
    i feel like im not doing as much with my digital life as everyone else is but i dont know what it is that im missing out on…
    are u all running lifestyle travel youtube vlogs with multi angle gopros and having to buy another SD when one of your 8 dji pro drones falls into a river?

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      Lol, I was the same as you, then realized the more things you buy, the more you need.
      For eg the 4 yr old phone probably not taking photos that are heavy in MB. You need some for your dashcams, you need usb for running linux, transferring files and keeping important stuff on your person etc etc.
      If you have a gpro etc you need a lot more of the cards.
      Also as stated above, the cards are so cheap now they are used for data back up by ppl (keep in mind easy to loose as well lol)

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      it's the movies and music which fill it up
      people probably have the entire 7 seasons of game of thrones or something and take it with them

    • -2 votes

      As a youtuber, one hobby is buying tech, and the other is loosing and breaking it. On my 3rd Mavic pro and 2nd Gopro in 12 months. 2 days ago I dropped my Canon 6D and the bloody glass fell out if the lens ffs. And lost 2 extreme pro micro usb same week. Its Endless

      $10,000s in and zero out.
      ReviewAndGiveawayChannel.com

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    $15 for delivery for non plus members…!!!

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    lots of people reporting slow postage, but has anyone actually gotten their cards from apus?
    and what's the delivery time like for you?

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    my Nintendo Switch is nearly filled up and I need extra capacity. 128gb would be plenty. is this the place to get it for a good price?

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      $26.36 for the evo+ is a good price

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        Ok thanks. Upon further inspection however, I've noticed that while you can select a Samsung Evo+ in the 'model' drop down bar, Both the Title of the sale page and the description all describe Kingston brand SD Cards. A few warning bells are going off in my head hmm?

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    How to tell whether these are genuine or not?

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    You guys are tripping. I bought a 64 and 128 evo plus today and zero freight. Says it on the product

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    I got my 64gb EVO. The packaging is different to the last one I got off them, I think it is Korean?? Gold authenticity sticker and a red sticker on the top right. Asian writing on the front and back. Hopefully it is legit, I will test later.

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