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bhphotovideo has Samsung 64GB PRO UHS-I microSDXC U3 Memory Card (Class 10) MB-MG64EA/AM 23.99 (no tax)

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Last Edited by BeAuMaN July 20, 2016 at 05:15 PM
BHPhotoVideo [bhphotovideo.com] has Samsung 64GB PRO UHS-I microSDXC U3 Memory Card (Class 10) on sale for $23.99. Free shipping on orders over 49$
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awesome thank you very much
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#3
This should be Pro+ price by now. Fry's has at least twice had Pro+ for under $25. Decent if you're in desperate need right now but if not, just wait.
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Look likes most retailers are clearing out this card.
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Also there is tax for everyone in New York (which I'm unfortunately from) so title is slightly misleading seeing how NYC alone has 8+ million population.
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Last time I ordered SD cards from BH Photo they were not what they were advertised as... the transfer rate was about 10% to low and the 'X' in LeXar was smudged under magnification. I ended up keeping them because it wasn't worth the hassle of going down to the post office for 16 dollars.

I use them. 80 mbps vs 90 mbps isn't such a big deal performance-wise. I wouldn't have even noticed if my Nvidia Shield Android TV had not kicked off a warning during format. A deep analysis of the manufacturing data on the cards reveals no information whereas a legitimate card would reveal the manufacturer.

So yeah, the cards were counterfeit, but counterfeits of reasonable quality at least. There's no way I'd put my important documents on them or family photos, but for low fidelity uses like android gaming they're alright.

If you're on a PC, always test your flash media with a program like h2testW. It was the gold standard for years because it works, but these days there are more user friendly utilities that do the same thing. Read the link below for more info:

https://www.raymond.cc/blog/test-...h-h2testw/
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#7
Shipping kills the deal.
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#8
No tax outside of NY, but shipping alone ruins it unless you plan to buy other stuff simultaneously.
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#9
Too much for shipping.
BuyDig, my favorite seller, never does this.
Will NOT buy from B&H, until they learn better.
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#10
Adorama has this for the same price and free shipping. Just a heads up
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Quote from cisco150 View Post :
Adorama has this for the same price and free shipping. Just a heads up
Looks like the Adorama one has the U1 for the same price. The newer U3 is $29.99.

Still, I'm liking the prices on the Pro+ they have. Thanks.
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Same price right now on bestbuy website with free shipping but will have tax for most.
Sku:5333039
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Looks like the Adorama one has the U1 for the same price. The newer U3 is $29.99.

Still, I'm liking the prices on the Pro+ they have. Thanks.
Yea I see that Adorama has raised the price. I bought the micro sd u3 one on 7/18/16 this week for $23.99. Thanks for pointing that out.

I know if u call Adorama they price match B&H and do the free shipping.
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Quote from BrettB6616 View Post :
Last time I ordered SD cards from BH Photo they were not what they were advertised as... the transfer rate was about 10% to low and the 'X' in LeXar was smudged under magnification. I ended up keeping them because it wasn't worth the hassle of going down to the post office for 16 dollars.

I use them. 80 mbps vs 90 mbps isn't such a big deal performance-wise. I wouldn't have even noticed if my Nvidia Shield Android TV had not kicked off a warning during format. A deep analysis of the manufacturing data on the cards reveals no information whereas a legitimate card would reveal the manufacturer.

So yeah, the cards were counterfeit, but counterfeits of reasonable quality at least. There's no way I'd put my important documents on them or family photos, but for low fidelity uses like android gaming they're alright.

If you're on a PC, always test your flash media with a program like h2testW. It was the gold standard for years because it works, but these days there are more user friendly utilities that do the same thing. Read the link below for more info:

https://www.raymond.cc/blog/test-...h-h2testw/
Thanks for the details/insight. Repping you in 3... 2...
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