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Topic # 192301 5-Mar-2016 17:26
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I'm looking to purchase a 128GB micro SD so it's here when my Galaxy S7 arrives.

 

Can anyone point me to a good priced, well spec'ed card to purchase? Asking because I haven't kept pace with classes, write speeds etc of what's on the market.

 

Thanks in advance.


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  Reply # 1506549 5-Mar-2016 17:38
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Preorder from PB Tech and get it for free.

Sorry on my phone so can't link.

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  Reply # 1506600 5-Mar-2016 20:21
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I'd go with the Samsung Evo+ or Pro+ series, personally.





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  Reply # 1506607 5-Mar-2016 20:42
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Inphinity:

I'd go with the Samsung Evo+ or Pro+ series, personally.



Me too.

Definitely wouldn't buy it in NZ though, they were far too expensive last I looked. Amazon was where I got my 64GB one.

I have had one counterfeit card from Amazon (Amazon supplied too). Didn't find out till it was way too late to claim. So now I test every card I buy as soon as I receive it.

However, even having to take the hit on a counterfeit card, I was still about $30 better off than if I'd purchased in NZ.




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  Reply # 1506648 5-Mar-2016 22:47
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not sure whether it is the best value however from amazon i got for myself one of this for my Sony NW-ZX2  - PNY 128GB High Speed MicroSDXC Memory Card

 

I got it when it was on special @US$29.99 and shipping to NZ is only $US5.06

 

I see currently it is selling for US$34.99 + US$5.06 shipping still not bad

 

 


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