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# 106086 18-Jul-2012 06:53
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Is there a certain spec that I should look at for an sd card for s3 ? Is anything class 10 as per link below going to be OK ?

http://www.elive.co.nz/transcend-16gb-microsdhc-card-sy3821.php

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  # 657357 18-Jul-2012 07:17
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Unless your phone takes giant SD cards, I'd be on the look out for a micro-SD

http://www.elive.co.nz/adata-micro-sdhc-16gb-dv4608.php
http://www.elive.co.nz/kingston-16gb-microsdhc-class10-sy2186.php

These two will work




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  # 657361 18-Jul-2012 07:41
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vinnieg: Unless your phone takes giant SD cards, I'd be on the look out for a micro-SD

http://www.elive.co.nz/adata-micro-sdhc-16gb-dv4608.php
http://www.elive.co.nz/kingston-16gb-microsdhc-class10-sy2186.php

These two will work


Oops I posted up wrong link - definitely micro sd ! This was one I meant to post up :

http://www.elive.co.nz/transcend-16gb-microsdhc-card-sy3821.php

So pretty much any brand of class 10 should do the job I assume.

 
 
 
 


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  # 657421 18-Jul-2012 09:35
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Funny that, I have just received mine in the mail today, ordered it 2 days ago from Taiwan :)

32 GB AData class 10, lifetime warranty - $26.86 USD ($34.98 NZD)


This is the product official page

Shops in NZ are being very silly with shipping rates: http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=893525
This can be sent in an envelop with a kiwi stamp, instead you will have to pay $10 for shipping even for the cheapest shops.

So I thought I will get it from the source, Taiwan. It was free shipping and I got it in 2 days :)

This is the package I got, not the one above:


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  # 657422 18-Jul-2012 09:35
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I went with a 32gb Samsung class 10 Micro SDHC, its in the post from Korea.

http://www.samsung.com/ie/consumer/memory-cards-hdd-odd/memory-cards/micro-sd/MB-MSBGA/EU?subsubtype=micro-sd




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  # 657425 18-Jul-2012 09:43
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menabassily: Funny that, I have just received mine in the mail today, ordered it 2 days ago from Taiwan :)

32 GB AData class 10, lifetime warranty - $26.86 USD ($34.98 NZD)



Shops in NZ are being very silly with shipping rates: http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=893525
This can be sent in an envelop with a kiwi stamp, instead you will have to pay $10 for shipping even for the cheapest shops.

So I thought I will get it from the source, Taiwan. It was free shipping and I got it in 2 days :)


Nice deal ! Elive are good in that they are free and fast shipping when i have used before. They have the same one for $46 - might grab it instead of 16gb even though I don't really need 32gb !

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  # 657429 18-Jul-2012 09:45
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shanep10:
menabassily: Funny that, I have just received mine in the mail today, ordered it 2 days ago from Taiwan :)

32 GB AData class 10, lifetime warranty - $26.86 USD ($34.98 NZD)



Shops in NZ are being very silly with shipping rates: http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=893525
This can be sent in an envelop with a kiwi stamp, instead you will have to pay $10 for shipping even for the cheapest shops.

So I thought I will get it from the source, Taiwan. It was free shipping and I got it in 2 days :)


Nice deal ! Elive are good in that they are free and fast shipping when i have used before. They have the same one for $46 - might grab it instead of 16gb even though I don't really need 32gb !


I think Elive is UK based or something, but since you're getting it from overseas anyway, why not get the $10 cheaper deal, it sure did arrive surprisingly fast.

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