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Samsung EVO Plus MicroSD 256GB $39.95, 128GB $18.95, 64GB $10.95 + $1.99 Delivery @ Shopping Square

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    Nice price. I wonder if Amazon AU will price match :)

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    I can't believe how cheap these are nowadays!

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      there is a reason for this. All my SD cards from this seller have failed within a year or two….

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        but how? they are 100% legit cards

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        from shopping square? are you using the SD cards hard?

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        Hi Logical

        all of our memory cards comes with official warranty. You can contact us for warranty service if you got problem with your product from us.

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          All your MicroSD cards and USB drives are AU stocks?

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            @KOBH: most of our memory cards are AU stock.
            And we offer same warranty term for imported stock.

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          Yes, I know there is a warranty and all.. problem is that the card(s) will need to be returned…. however my cards are in my phone and my tablets etc so of course there is a risk that who ever gets my cards may be able to retrieve my personal data… and for the sake of $18 or so I am not willing to do that…. and probably most people too…

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    Are these good enough for Nintendo switch?

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    https://www.nintendo.com.au/help/switch-storage-and-data-man...
    The following types of microSD cards are supported on Nintendo Switch:
    microSD (up to 2 GB)
    microSDHC (4 GB - 32 GB)
    microSDXC (64 GB and above)

    In order to improve your gameplay experience, using a microSD card with a higher transfer speed is recommended.
    High-speed microSD card guidelines:
    UHS-I (Ultra High Speed Phase I) compatible
    Transfer speed 60 - 95 MB/sec (the higher the transfer speed, the better gameplay experience on Nintendo Switch)

    The post here matches UHS-1. We should be good I assume. I am grabbing one too. Good price for the latest one.