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Silicon Power 256GB MicroSDXC UHS-3 High Speed with Adapter $49.99 Delivered @ Silicon Power AU via Amazon AU


Seems to be a good price for a SD card of this capacity considering the Sandisk are around $80+
*Up to 100MB/s & 80MB/s read & write speeds; UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class 30 (V30)
*High compatibility for different types of devices including smartphones, tablets, Drones, Android Tablets, Tablet PCs, Action Cameras, DSLR and 4K or Full HD camcorder.
*Compatible with Nintendo Switch, which enables a budget-friendly solution for you to boost the storage.
*For products incompatible with UHS-I interface, the speeds may vary subject to different interface conditions, Read : up to 80MB/s with UHS-1 interface Write : up to 20MB/s with UHS-1 interface
*5-year limited manufacturer warranty

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  • OP, Deal link seems to direct to 2x 64GB Amazon page (Silicon Power 64GB Dual Pack High Speed MicroSD Card with Adapter (FAU-S2064GBSTXBU1V1GAC)) instead of suggested deal.

    • Yeah, that 2x deal is fine but after some quick searching on Amazon I can't find the product OP has listed (256GB) at the price OP has listed ($49.99) from the seller OP has linked to (Silicon Power) - have found it at ~$77 etc. from other Amazon sellers but not $49.99 from anyone.

      OP can you update please?

  • So, I haven't been in this market recently..
    Is this a Reliable Brand…? Anyone?

  • Product seems to be gone. Marked the post as expired

  • Direct link for the 256GB:


    $73.36, not the price OP posted

  • Scroll down the Amazon reviews, quite a few mentioning early failures and data corruption for this card, suggesting it's one to avoid. I reckon stay with the name brands like Samsumg or Sandisk as they seem to provide a balance of speed, reliability and value that few other brands can match.

  • One thing to say here is that the SD Card market in Amazon is a hit and miss.

    Just look at the SanDisk SD card reviews and you will see how many counterfeits are out there. So basically when someone is leaving a review in Amazon is leaving it for the ASIN which is shared amongst different sellers. Some of them may sell the original product, some of them a fake SD card. God knows which one is the one that is being reviewed.

    Something that gave me some peace of mind here was that the vendor was Silicon Power Au directly. Not amazon, not any other seller.

    Technical reviews can be found on other places.

    Could not found one for the exact version of this post, but found this one:


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