Samsung 64GB EVO Class 10 microSD Card with Adapter for only $18.74

 

Walmart has the Samsung 64GB EVO Class 10 microSD Card with Adapter for only $18.74 . I bought one yesterday and picked it up at my local Walmart. That is a very good price for a top of the line very fast name brand microSD Card.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/37455295

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Good Price

Sounds like the way to go if you need the media storage.

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Thanks rjrsw!

Just bought two. I've been pricing these for awhile and this is a fantastic price.

sad thing is..

Great price, looks like devices nowadays are trying to get away from removable storage.

Thanks for the tip.

Thanks for the tip! Was looking for a new one. grin

That is a good

That is a good price.
OEMPCWorld has some for $20.
http://www.oempcworld.com/OEMPCworld-com/microSD-T.html

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Definitely

Definitely a good price for that chip at this time.

Of course, in few months it will probably seem like a high price, but that always seems to be the the case.

- Tom -

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for those doing video

my understanding is the most important info is the transfer rate, not class 10, not U1 or U3....a typical card is now 90 or 95 mb/s. This Samsung does not show that rate.

online, the latest greatest goes for around $25.

Everybody sells this for $24.99 incl. walmart.

https://www.pny.com/elite-performance-sdxc-class10?sku=P-SDX...

here it is

it's 1/2 the speed, @ 48 mb/s, i.e. lower price

Again, likely to only matter if you use it for video

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Class-Adapter-MB-MP64DA-AM/dp/...

That is a full size SD card, not a micro SD

johnnatash4 wrote:

my understanding is the most important info is the transfer rate, not class 10, not U1 or U3....a typical card is now 90 or 95 mb/s. This Samsung does not show that rate.

online, the latest greatest goes for around $25.

Everybody sells this for $24.99 incl. walmart.

https://www.pny.com/elite-performance-sdxc-class10?sku=P-SDX64U395-GE

That is a full size SD card, not a micro SD that are more expensive and what is needed for most phones, tablets and GPS units.

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Sandisk

rjrsw wrote:
johnnatash4 wrote:

my understanding is the most important info is the transfer rate, not class 10, not U1 or U3....a typical card is now 90 or 95 mb/s. This Samsung does not show that rate.

online, the latest greatest goes for around $25.

Everybody sells this for $24.99 incl. walmart.

https://www.pny.com/elite-performance-sdxc-class10?sku=P-SDX64U395-GE

That is a full size SD card, not a micro SD that are more expensive and what is needed for most phones, tablets and GPS units.

The micro SD Sandisk equivalent is $19.

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Memory-Adapter--SDSDQUAN-064G-...

The 80 mb/s version, micro SD is $24.99

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Adapter-SDSQUNC-064G-GN6MA-New...

In other words, if you need the latest/greatest, it will be around $25. If not, $19 should be the going rate anywhere, not just at Walmart

Amazon

Amazon has the Sansung MicroSD 64 at the exact same price as Wally World.

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Just amazing

Wow.

I remember shelling out $250 for an 8GB Compact Flash drive that was much slower back in the day.

What a sap.

I should put it on eBay for $199 LOL.

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Check EBay

Hi,

Probably a knock off or a side-run, but I just bought a Samsung EVO 128GB Micro SD (only 48M/s) Class 10 for $11.82US.

We'll see if it works, when it shows up. smile

Speed

I keep reading about speed of micro cards. I do not ever consider such information when I buy one for it makes no difference. I drive anywhere up to 85 mph and have yet to miss a turn. This is like one owning a Prius challenging a high powered race car.
The high powered race card will get to the next red light first but it will wait until the Prius arrives and the light will change. The question is all about the volume and not the speed.

While

kurzemnieks wrote:

I keep reading about speed of micro cards. I do not ever consider such information when I buy one for it makes no difference. The question is all about the volume and not the speed

While I understand your statements, believe it or not, there are some applications where both speed and capacity become paramount. High speed photography for one, certain specialized high volume data sampling equipmend for example.

The only real advantage to having hardware that can atain data recording rates beyond about 50Mbps is to handle sudden and sustained data burst rates. If you are only going to view pictures and listen to music it's a case of pure overkill and frequently a waste of money.

But then again, what the hell would I know?

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Funny (sad?)

It makes me chuckle, way back in the late 80's my first real computer had a 270 MB hard drive running Windows 3.1 and a one speed CD reader\drive. No idea then of transfer speeds either!

Here now the talk is about a 64GB card the size of my small fingers nail! Which has some 200 times the storage capacity.

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Correction

In my previous statement I was referring to GPS units.
I do have the fastest micro card but it is in my SLR camera for I have it set up to keep taking photographs as long as I hold the Shutter button down. Every take has at least three pictures and when I get home I select the best one. This keeps me from having a photograph of a person blinking or whatever.
Speed of card lets the shutter go faster.

Speed is very important to some users

kurzemnieks wrote:

I keep reading about speed of micro cards. I do not ever consider such information when I buy one for it makes no difference. I drive anywhere up to 85 mph and have yet to miss a turn. This is like one owning a Prius challenging a high powered race car.
The high powered race card will get to the next red light first but it will wait until the Prius arrives and the light will change. The question is all about the volume and not the speed.

Writing speed matters a great deal to certain users including photographers shooting multiple large RAW files within a few seconds, to video photographers (digital videocameras which no longer use videotape require high speed cards for HD video, or they overrun their buffers and stop recording), or to some people for whom seconds count using these cards for backup or large file transfers. If you don't have these needs, writing speed would understandably be less important to you, and then you may be able to save a few bucks by buying a card that wasn't rated for high speed. But some do need the speed feature as well as the capacity.

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I don't think

kurzemnieks wrote:

In my previous statement I was referring to GPS units.
I do have the fastest micro card but it is in my SLR camera for I have it set up to keep taking photographs as long as I hold the Shutter button down. Every take has at least three pictures and when I get home I select the best one. This keeps me from having a photograph of a person blinking or whatever.
Speed of card lets the shutter go faster.

I don't think the speed of the shutter is affected (1/4000, 1/8000, etc.) by the write speeds, and from my understanding it's most important when doing video, not stills.

It's more about how quickly the buffer can be emptied.

I think the point is that the deal posted here is available anywhere, it wasn't a "Black Friday" special...

no

johnnatash4 wrote:
kurzemnieks wrote:

In my previous statement I was referring to GPS units.
I do have the fastest micro card but it is in my SLR camera for I have it set up to keep taking photographs as long as I hold the Shutter button down. Every take has at least three pictures and when I get home I select the best one. This keeps me from having a photograph of a person blinking or whatever.
Speed of card lets the shutter go faster.

I don't think the speed of the shutter is affected (1/4000, 1/8000, etc.) by the write speeds, and from my understanding it's most important when doing video, not stills.

It's more about how quickly the buffer can be emptied.

It may be imperceivable, who knows. My new ThinkPad has a SSD, the first that I've had. It is perceivable in how much faster Win 7 Pro boots, as a coworker has the same model with a regular hard drive, and we compared when we got them (same image).

I think the point is that the deal posted here is available anywhere, it wasn't a "Black Friday" special...

cost for kb

I remember paying $249 for 16kb add-on for a
IBM PC Jr, back in the very early 80s. I just bought a
SanDisk Ultra Fit 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ43-128G-G46)
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC for $29.99 for my Surface Pro 3 on Sept 15. At the 80s price per/16kb the SanDisk Fit 128gb would cost $2,000,000,000,000.

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thanks For The post!

It's even cheaper now!

Now only $17.57 at...

Wal*Mart online. (As of 10:46 PDT 9/25/15)

How can they make them for that?

I just bought two, and don't even know why.