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Samsung EVO Plus MicroSD 64GB $12.95 Delivered @ Shopping Square

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  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP

    Your Order#
    Your PayPal payment has been successfully processed.
    Product Price Qty
    Samsung EVO Plus 64GB microSD Card Class 10 100MB/s (MB-MC64H) $12.95 1
    Subtotal: $12.95
    Delivery & Handling Fee: $0.00
    Total: $12.95

  • +1 vote

    im still seeing delivery charges on my mobile. am i missing anything?

    • +4 votes

      It's normal and you will see shipping cost at the first page but just proceed to checkout page or paypal where you will see $12.95

      • +2 votes

        True. just ordered from my PC as above and went through fine.

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    Is this good value and the cheapest?

  • +2 votes

    Are they selling the real or the fake sd card?

    • +2 votes

      just got one.. will see..

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        please post once tested.

    • +4 votes

      Been using them for many years, brought many memory cards, never had a problem. They are a big Australian e-commerce company and sure they would not sell fake memory cards.
      You get a tax receipt from them as well.

      • +5 votes

        Just checked, first transaction with them was 2gb micro sd card for $33 in 2007!

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          yeah it is silly to questioning this store. they are super legit, not just superuser

        • +2 votes

          One day that's gonna be 2TB SD for $33. ;D

  • +1 vote

    Ordered one thanks OP
    Can confirm free freight when checking out.

  • +1 vote

    Just bought on the desktop site and there were no shipping charges.

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    What is the exact difference here? Same?
    http://www.shoppingsquare.com.au/p_426637_Samsung_EVO_Plus_6...

    • +4 votes

      Class 3 vs Class 1 … 3 is faster.

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        Right. Didn't pay attention to that number.
        Same read speed but 3× faster write speed.
        I go with U3. Thanks

    • +2 votes

      u1 vs u3

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    Must use Paypal?

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      Switch to classic website so you can pay with more options.

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    Literally just bought one this morning for $17. Oh well.

  • +8 votes

    Don't pay $109 LMAO!

    • +11 votes

      You can't tell me what to do

      • +1 vote

        What an absolute madman, he cannot be controlled!

        • +1 vote

          What can I say. Some people just like to see the world burn.

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    256GB is only $49.95, pretty close to the Amazon US deal which requires Prime and minimum spend

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    How to check the order status?

    • +4 votes

      You kinda forget.. then get a surprise at your doorstep. 🙃

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    I am not getting the free shipping to WA. Anyone having the same issue? Tried mobile website and desktop.

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      For who is having that just apply the payment and after the PayPal payment it will show free shipping. Thx

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    A quick tech question I hope someone can answer… i'm after a FAT32 formatted card for a TP-Link camera. It says it supports up to 128Gb, but i'd be happy with 64 or even 32Gb if it's already FAT32 formatted and not ex-FAT.

    Does anyone know if these 64 (or 32Gb) Micro SD's are FAT32 formatted?

    The only one i've managed to find that has it in their specs is a Kingston 32Gb.

    Cheers!

    • +1 vote

      Can't you just reformat them?

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      Is that a tapo c200? If it is no worries just place the sd card in there and on the app do a formatting. I just bought 3 of those micro sd cards to use on my c200.

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        How quick does the c200 use up storage? What size cards are you using with it?

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          Yeah, it is for the c200. I just read that some people have had issues using certain types of cards >32Gb, especially when they're ex-FAT and they weren't able to reformat them properly using the camera itself. I'll try the 32Gb and see how I go. Thanks!

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      It's easy to format the card yourself from within Windows, provided you have a card reader (USB or internal).
      Partition master has an easy to use GUI if you're wary of using command prompt -
      https://www.easeus.com/partition-master/format-64gb-sd-card-...

      • +1 vote

        Windows won't format any drive over 32GB as FAT32, requires a third-party app to do the job - probably the reason for Graffin's question.

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    Bought raspberry pi 4 yesterday, today this.

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    Crazy how quickly prices drop on these. +1

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, just purchased a 32GB card. Can confirm that via mobile site, although the shipping charge does show in the cart, it drops off on checkout and payment in PayPal.

  • +3 votes

    Oh man, just 1 night sleep and the 64gb has gone

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    64gb sold out 😭
    fml

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    pity~

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    Did a speed test on my card, I think I got a fake.

    Read and write speed are 16mbs, also the packaging has Chinese writing.

    Anyone have this issue?