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Silicon Power 128GB MicroSDXC U3 with Adapter $21.49 + Delivery (Free with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Silicon Power via Amazon AU


safe the budget and get the quality simultaneously

*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

FYI, 256gb $ 45.5 is not a bad price also

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closed Comments

  • Is this okay to be used for a switch lite?

  • is this ok to be used for dash cam?

  • +2

    Is this okay to be used for a mirrorless camera?

    • Depends on which camera. If you camera does less than 200mbps vid. It's good. But for 200 mbps or more, you might need to look for a uhs II card

      • Yeah I need a UHS II card.

        • By the way, this is a UHS III card, which is much faster than UHS II. However, it seems that the actual flash storage is not capable of the full speeds of the UHS interface.

          • @jwu56: If it's UHS III why is it so cheap. I'm sure I just paid like $100 for a UHS II 128GB card. It wasn't micro either, I couldn't even see the option for micro.

            • @AustriaBargain: Ok I'm not sure. It's probably the UHS III interface, but, super slow flash

              • @jwu56: Whoops, The description is confusing… It's UHS I, but, that is also U3…?

  • +40

    Is this ok to be used for spreading jam on toast?

    • +3

      Looks to only be good for those single use packets you get at hotels. Disappointing.

  • -2

    Is this okay to be used for a switch?

  • +4

    is this one that comes with band 28 ?

  • +8

    Is this okay?

  • +13

    is this okay not to be used in anything?

    • +3

      Ok with tablets, but is it ok with suppositories?

  • +5

    Is this ok for storing 0s and 1s?

  • +2

    is this okay not to be okay?

  • -1

    Is this ok for my cooking oven?

  • +2

    is this okay to stop?

  • +2


  • +1

    is this ok to be used as silicon substitute?

  • Theres a 256gb as well at a good price. https://www.amazon.com.au/SP-Silicon-Power-Write-256GB/dp/B0...

    Seeing as its amazon, probably ok to try out because the return policies are generally good if its crap.

    • Was interested, but I'm gonna spend an extra ~$8 for a Samsung Evo from shoppingsquare.

      • +1

        You can use EVO4 code get a discount from shoppingsquare.

        • Thanks. I saw that on Nocure's post, but atm weirdly it's showing 49.98+shipping regardless of discount code applied or not.

          • +1

            @lyl-Lychee: When I bought in the morning advertised price was higher than that. Looks like they have lowered the advertised price just now.

  • +2

    ?ko siht si

  • +3

    I had a question but I can't remem wait yes I do. Is this OK to be or not to be? That is the question.

  • +8

    Is it ok to ask for more discount ?

  • -1

    Is this ok for note 20?

  • Price gone back up now to $36.99

  • Currently unavailable.

  • +3

    based on my personal experience with this brand, I strongly recommend you use this as a secondary or backup card only.

    • Absolutely. Had 4 in use, they each exhibited weird issues. Had to can 3 of the 4, though the last one is stubbornly still working fine.

  • damn just missed out. Currently unavailable

  • is this gonna make my life ok?

  • Is it okay to use for my dishwasher?

  • Is it ok to make it ok?

  • Need a card for philosophy class. Is this?

  • Okay?

  • it works bought this long time ago

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