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A 512GB MicroSDXC for under $100. Slowly getting there. You get 460.87GB whilst the Samsung offers around 470GB.
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Would this be recommended for shooting 4k on the Rx100 m5?
Any good for switch gaming?
I think all new microSD cards are ok at this point.
U3 is recommended for loading speeds. So yes.
I bought a Lexar 256GB for 40$ on a bargain two weeks ago and works as a charm on my Wii.
Good price. First time I've seen a brand name 512GB sd card for under $100
any good for Sony A7 III doing 4k etc?
Shouldn't be a problem as per description
some say need UHS-II … not sure if needed or not tbh
Any thoughts on how suitable this would be for a permanently mounted card for use in a macbook pro?
I want to use it to expand my internal storage for music, movies and photos.
You can get an adapter for a microSD card. I do this now (I have a 256G card which acts as a backup for the 256G SSD in the pro).
Wait…what's the story with the 15% code..?
It does not work, even when I add 2 to the cart.
Well, it does say ends 9th September
Did Pc.byte change their name? Why is the shops name "Ninja.buy" now?
My main concern with this is if Lexar Australia will grant the lifetime warranty if the cards fail (which seems to be likely according to the reviews). It says they grant warranty if it's purchased in Australia and has a receipt, do ebay receipts work?
Why can't there be cheap UHS-II cards?
I have so many UHS-I cards now but I want something faster for my A7III.
what do you find slow ?
The write speed is too slow.
Worth noting that Lexar was bought out by a Chinese flash storage company and the people of importance in the company have left.
It's not the quality you're used to.
Would this card work on S7 edge? I am getting conflicting info even on Samsung website that this phone supports up to 256GB, where as other pages, it states 512GB.
Messaged the seller, they confirmed a 10 year warranty for it.
Good luck with warranty claim.
I just read a few of the negative comments on amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Lexar-High-Performance-512GB-microSDX...
I would be careful with this card in terms of reliability
20% of people rated the card 1. I think that is a reliable feedback. I would give this one a pass.
I bought at the time Lexar 16GB and 32GB in Woolies, and both crapped out. I could send them back, if I had the receipt. As if I keep my groceries receipts.