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Newegg.com has 64GB Patriot Memory LX Series microSDXC UHS-I Memory Card w/ Adapter (PSF64GLX11MCX) on sale for $7.99. Shipping is free. Thanks deelseaker

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Seems like a good deal on a 64GB V10, A1 rated microSD card.

Patriot Memory 64GB LX Series microSDXC UHS-I/U1 A1 Memory Card with Adapter, Speed Up to 90MB/s (PSF64GLX11MCX) [newegg.com]
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No reviews. Anyone know if these are garbage?
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No reviews. Anyone know if these are garbage?
Not familiar with the LX series, but I ordered their EP (256GB) card. Should have it next week since they're shipping from a neighboring state.
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Patriot is a B brand but mostly trustworthy
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Patriot is a B brand
Since when? They've always been A.
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Order one thanks
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not a good price...
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No reviews. Anyone know if these are garbage?
Patriot is a solid, well-established brand, AFAIK. The real danger in flash memory is getting a falsely branded knockoff. That can easily happen if you buy from a random seller. But some crap gets slipped into major distribution channels as well, I'm sure.

I ordered one of these for myself to offload music and audiobooks from the internal storage on my phone. This is the cheapest deal on a 64GB V10 A1 rated card I could find. Even the trashy ADATA has been more expensive.
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not a good price...
Do you see a cheaper one? Asking for myself, because I just need an inexpensive quality card to keep music on in my phone.
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Patriot is a solid, well-established brand, AFAIK. The real danger in flash memory is getting a falsely branded knockoff. That can easily happen if you buy from a random seller. But some crap gets slipped into major distribution channels as well, I'm sure.

I ordered one of these for myself to offload music and audiobooks from the internal storage on my phone. This is the cheapest deal on a 64GB V10 A1 rated card I could find. Even the trashy ADATA has been more expensive.
I used to manage for Amazon's distribution center in Plainfield... One of the top 3 returned and counterfeit items we were selling was flash memory, it used to be all of Amazon's items they shipped (whether it came to them from a 3rd party seller or directly from the company to Amazon) were in the same sections meaning all the items were together... But with all the fraudulent stuff, it took us nearly a year to redo that million sq ft facility into shipped & sold by Amazon items and a separate shipped by Amazon. It was a Nightmare.

This brand hasn't let me down, I've still got a couple usb and a microSd card from them that work without issues
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I still use a 32gb patriot USB drive that I've had for over 5 years now. Never had any issues with this brand and can't beat the price.
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Seems like a great deal to me. Last year Fry's had a similar Micro SD card listed on Slickdeals for $15 and in Googling a bit all I see is 32gb cards for that price. Even at this link the 32gb card is $8.99.

It's weird in that I am a bit brand loyal to Patriot too. It might be all the reliable ram sticks I've used in computers from them over the last 30 year or so. Thanks for posting. In for two!
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$8 for /64/GB worth of random shit in my RPi's that have been sitting? Why not.
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I still use a 32gb patriot USB drive that I've had for over 5 years now. Never had any issues with this brand and can't beat the price.
Same here. Have an old 8gb Patriot drive that bought maybe 7 years ago. Was my primary document backup drive for my old Macbook Pro, and I bet I easily did 300+ insert and ejects before I finally retired that bad boy a couple years ago. Never a problem.

Currently using a 32GB Patriot microSD in both of my kids' Amazon Fire tablets....and no issues after 4 months.
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