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Promoted 05-17-2016 by Discombobulated at 01:50 AM View Original Post
Best Buy.com has 128GB SanDisk Ultra Plus Class 10 UHS-1 microSDXC Memory Card (SDSQUSC-128G-AN6TN) on sale $37.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks longmanj9

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Best Buy via eBay has 128GB SanDisk Ultra Plus Class 10 UHS-1 microSDXC Memory Card (SDSQUSC-128G-AN6TN) on sale $37.99Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. 

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Offer valid for May 17, 2016 or while supplies last. Provides plent of storage for photos and full HD vidoes; up to 80MB/sec read/write speeds - Discombobulated

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All flash memory has a finite lifespan, rated in P/E (program/erase) cycles, which varies depending on the type. In any event, odds are this will either be lost, broken, or outdated LONG before you get anywhere near the end of it's operational life...barring perhaps you're a professional photographer that takes a STAGGERING amount of photos/high resolution video daily, writing/erasing nearly the entire card daily for years.

The density isn't any different from other flash memory of the same generation. The density is dependent upon the lithography being used to manufacture it (14nm/20nm/28nm/etc), not the total amount of the memory. Overall size is dependent on the density and the amount, as there is simply more memory of the same density, thus more space is occupied. I'd say if the flash drives are equal in size, one 128GB and the others smaller, the difference is the amount of physical space occupied on the board (or space unused depending on your viewpoint), not differences in density...assuming they are of the same generation of lithography.

As for speed, I'm not entirely sure...that also varies. In my experience, the best source is to check reviews...many reviewers will post such info, and you can get an accurate idea of real world speeds by averaging multiple reports.

Hope the info helps Smilie

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http://www.bestbuy.com/site/sandi...ggAmImuoOQ

Product Features
Compatible with most Android smartphones and tablets
To offer simple memory expansion.

128GB capacity
Provides space for plenty of photos and Full HD video.

Up to 80MB/sec. read and write speeds
Enable rapid data transfers.

Built to withstand extreme conditions
Resists damage from water, extreme temperatures, shock, magnets and x-ray emissions for durability.
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so I'm curious, how reliable and fast is such a dense chip? can they be written and rewritten indefinitely or do they have an expected lifespan?
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tempting
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Quote from figit090 View Post :
so I'm curious, how reliable and fast is such a dense chip? can they be written and rewritten indefinitely or do they have an expected lifespan?
All flash memory has a finite lifespan, rated in P/E (program/erase) cycles, which varies depending on the type. In any event, odds are this will either be lost, broken, or outdated LONG before you get anywhere near the end of it's operational life...barring perhaps you're a professional photographer that takes a STAGGERING amount of photos/high resolution video daily, writing/erasing nearly the entire card daily for years.

The density isn't any different from other flash memory of the same generation. The density is dependent upon the lithography being used to manufacture it (14nm/20nm/28nm/etc), not the total amount of the memory. Overall size is dependent on the density and the amount, as there is simply more memory of the same density, thus more space is occupied. I'd say if the flash drives are equal in size, one 128GB and the others smaller, the difference is the amount of physical space occupied on the board (or space unused depending on your viewpoint), not differences in density...assuming they are of the same generation of lithography.

As for speed, I'm not entirely sure...that also varies. In my experience, the best source is to check reviews...many reviewers will post such info, and you can get an accurate idea of real world speeds by averaging multiple reports.

Hope the info helps Smilie
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These things are farking magic. So much space on something so freakishly small and thin. It's unreal.
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#8
This is a great card. I wish I had
Waited for this sale instead of buying that crappy PNY one from Amazon.
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and my wait for a high capacity, Sandisk U-3 card goes on...My 64GB Sandisk Extreme Pro is doing great, but I need at least double the capacity

did a quick search and found it! Comes out May 26th!!:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/c...&A=details

DOUBLE EDIT: Wow! They made a 128GB Extreme Pro as well!!:

http://www.adorama.com/IDSMSDPE12...cj_1796839
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Quote from luckydog97 View Post :
All flash memory has a finite lifespan, rated in P/E (program/erase) cycles, which varies depending on the type. In any event, odds are this will either be lost, broken, or outdated LONG before you get anywhere near the end of it's operational life...barring perhaps you're a professional photographer that takes a STAGGERING amount of photos/high resolution video daily, writing/erasing nearly the entire card daily for years.

The density isn't any different from other flash memory of the same generation. The density is dependent upon the lithography being used to manufacture it (14nm/20nm/28nm/etc), not the total amount of the memory. Overall size is dependent on the density and the amount, as there is simply more memory of the same density, thus more space is occupied. I'd say if the flash drives are equal in size, one 128GB and the others smaller, the difference is the amount of physical space occupied on the board (or space unused depending on your viewpoint), not differences in density...assuming they are of the same generation of lithography.

As for speed, I'm not entirely sure...that also varies. In my experience, the best source is to check reviews...many reviewers will post such info, and you can get an accurate idea of real world speeds by averaging multiple reports.

Hope the info helps Smilie
haha I am a professional photographer actually. that is part of what I was asking, because Photographer's commonly use CF cards which obviously are physically bigger and probably much faster, but I don't really know how the small chips are. that's what I meant by density, more bits in a smaller physical form.

I figured there may be less longevity to the smaller technology (lithography I suppose) or something, I'm curious why more devices don't utilize such small cards. I guess I should Google lol.
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Nice price.
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ONLY store pickup .
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ONLY store pickup .
nope. Free expedited shipping on both links
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Thanks.
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great price
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