expired SanDisk Ultra MicroSD 256GB $54.99 | 400GB $79.28 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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deal for premium Android-based smartphones and tablets
Transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s
Rated A1 for faster app performance3 and UHS Speed Class 1 (U1) and Speed Class 10 for Full HD video recording and playback
Waterproof, temperature-proof, shock-proof, X-ray proof and magnet-proof
Transfers up to 1200 photos a minute
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  • +1 vote

    Out of interest what sort of stuff are people keeping on their phones that requires 400GB?

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      Stick with your 640K!

    • +1 vote

      *Switch

      Kinda easy to justify then….

      I personally don't care for storing that amount of photos on my phone… given Samsung phones can't format it as internal storage anyway… I'd rather keep my photos safe anywhere but on my phone….

    • +1 vote

      These are also good for Nintendo switch, which is what alot of people have been using these cards on.

    • +1 vote

      Kids pictures and videos quickly get you there specially as a new parent and if you want to do 4K vids.
      If you use Google Photos, it is useful to keep a local cache (the originals) as big as you can to speed up finding that 3y-old-photo or vid.
      If you like (high quality) music, 400gb of FLACs isn't a lot. Some people don't like to depend on "the cloud".

      That said I probably wouldn't trust irreplaceable stuff with the sandisks. Had both a Ultra 256gb and a 128gb fail on me, both recoverable with formatting, but some data went corrupt. Didn't happen with samsungs. Always back up.

    • +1 vote

      Storing MQA / FLAC files from Tidal takes a decent chunk of space for me

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      I have a 256GB phone that has been full since about a week after I got it. I store a lot of video on my phone and rotate new content in as old content gets deleted. It leaves me with something to watch when i'm on lunch or public transport, even if I'm just stuck in the middle of nowhere waiting I can pull out my phone and watch a large variety of things.

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      I love talking pictures and never deleteing them ever !

  • +1 vote

    Would these be recommended for a camera? If not what would we be the best one?

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      What do you mean by best one? Clearly these are not the best and it all depends on what sort of camera, the use of the camera, your budget and so forth.

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      I'd not recommend these for a DSLR Camera, it'd be better for us a full sized SD Card, these cards are typically quite slow and unreliable (relative to the Pro SD Cards). Really depends on your application and reliability needs. If it's for an entry level DSLR and you're not shooting anything you need to keep then these cards are probably fine, but if you want something for more serious photography go with a full size SD card and a fast one, you'll know the difference, even if you have to use a smaller SD Card a fast card is so valuable to photography.

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    I'm too slow again…… Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months.

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      If a deal is expired you can report the post as expired/sold out so that other people don't click on it thinking it's still not expired.