[Deal] $37.88 Samsung Evo+ UHS-I 128gb microSD Card Sale

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The Samsung Evo+ UHS-I 128gb microSD is on a good sale from Amazon, we payed about $5 for our review unit it August. It’s also hit the front page of multiple “Deal Sites.” If you check CCC, you might see that this card has been as low as $10 on Amazon, we’ll let you in on a dirty-internet secret, Samsung, Lexar, etc; SD and uSD cards are some of the most counterfeited items on the internet, not just on ebay, but sadly on Amazon as well.

That said, there all multiple 3rd party sellers on Amazon selling the Samsung Evo+ UHS-I 128gb microSD Card (new) for $37.88 with years of stats, many with 10s of thousands of reviews, and 97%-99% ratings.

This card was also very well received by our own Daniel Smith in his August review of the card:

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While he found the card may not be optimal for a boot drive for something like a Raspberry Pi, he did praise this model, saying “The card offers impressive speeds and capacity without being prohibitively expensive.”

So if you are looking for a large card, that is both affordable, well supported, and has excellent sequential reads, and very good sequential writes, this is a good deal for you.

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Ben C

First phone: Wall-mounted rotary dial. First cellphone: Motorola StarTac (dozens of antennas) First Android: Droid Incredible: rooted, ended up on CM Current: Essential PH-One (Now Defunct) Fun stuff: dad, photographer, dog-owner, Subaru and Volvo owner, water and nature lover.

One thought on “[Deal] $37.88 Samsung Evo+ UHS-I 128gb microSD Card Sale

  • October 7, 2016 at 3:15 pm
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    Speaking of memory cards, I am using a spare card right now that contains multiple backups from laptops, and their music folders. My wife, and 2 kids, as well as my music, are all there. Most of the music I find tolerable.
    The music I skip the most is the “Growling”, throught clearing, “Heavy metal”.(An insult to the Metal genre if you ask me)
    I am listening to the music while I work, and it is not practical to pull out the phone and delete stuff as it comes up.
    I need a “Utility(?)” That will prompt me, “Do you want to delete this track” or even mark the track (for later deletion etc…) every time I press the Skip button.
    Anybody know of anything like that?

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