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  Reply # 1947827 28-Jan-2018 12:30
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Thanks, ordered one.


Total was NZ$39.50 include shipping.

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  Reply # 1948498 30-Jan-2018 10:20
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Ordered the 128GB version which came to NZ$72.87 including shipping. 

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  Reply # 1948620 30-Jan-2018 14:02
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Anyone tried these cards?


I either use them for Raspberry Pi (or similar) and want good 4K random read/write (good for phones/tablets too). Benchmarks here.


Or for my video camera, which needs high enough sequential write speeds for 4K video and burst photos. (Sony A6300 camera which I've read can be hit/miss with various cards.)


I've had my eye on these since release, they're priced competitively.

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  Reply # 1948642 30-Jan-2018 14:57
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they were even $1 cheaper today, $18.99

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  Reply # 1948708 30-Jan-2018 16:27
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I bought one for $18usd, but then bought a bunch of other stuff as the increase in shipping is negligible. 


Got a couple of those anker indestructible lightning cables. I am fed up with apple lightning cables which seem to have a 100% failure rate after one or two years. 

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