Best Buy Best Buy Flyer Roundup: Microsoft Surface Go 128GB $650, Apple Smart Keyboard $150, Lexar 128GB microSDXC Memory Card $25 + More New Flyer! Lexar 128GB microSDXC Card $25 + More!

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This new flyer is packed with all the tech you'll need for the classroom or the living room, with 39 pages of deals on laptops, wireless audio, gaming gear and more!

Here's a look at a few deals available this week at Best Buy.

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This flyer is effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) from August 23 to 29. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum order.

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    • with those speeds, sounds like it should be U3 ?
      can someone chime in?
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    • ^ not necessarily
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    • By the way, I have/dad the 32G version (which they sold with a tiny USB3 card reader) that I bought 4+ years ago; they are OK, but never reach the 95MB/s speed. I believe (if I remember correctly, they got to about 35~40 MB at the initial writing. I also have the Sandisk U3 32G version and they perform about roughly the same.

      Remember, the wWrite (even the Read) speed depends also on how big the files are, if the card had been used frequently, meaning many used and then released (by deleting files) spaces as well.

      Apply some common sense and you will not be surprised or disappointed.
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    • nagooro wrote:
      Aug 23rd, 2019 8:58 am
      I bought this a few days ago and price matched it with amazon.ca, saved another few bucks

      https://www.amazon.ca/Lexar-High-Perfor ... ics&sr=1-5
      Wow, this is a really nice price

      Can someone with knowledge on the subject chime in on how this compares to Sandisk/Samsung cards? I understand Lexar is a good brand, but I believe they also have different tiers of quality/performance. I'd like a card for my cell so I can shoot videos without worrying about space.
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    • stasik wrote:
      Aug 23rd, 2019 9:47 am
      Wow, this is a really nice price

      Can someone with knowledge on the subject chime in on how this compares to Sandisk/Samsung cards? I understand Lexar is a good brand, but I believe they also have different tiers of quality/performance. I'd like a card for my cell so I can shoot videos without worrying about space.
      Just few posts above yours. Didn't see it?
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    • These are great for DashCams!
      They honour the warranty in these when used in dashcams and other continuous recording devices. (some brands don't)
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    • Just got a PM from Staples by my work during my lunch break. They PM'ed Best Buy...I requested a PM with Amazon but was denied because "fulfilled by Amazon" doesn't qualify. They would PM "sold and shipped by Amazon" only.
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    • I read on a website lists accessories for the Switch only supports UHS-I microSD cards, not the newer UHS-II or UHS-III bus rates. So this card should meet those needs...
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    • Fightguard wrote:
      Aug 23rd, 2019 1:37 pm
      Just got a PM from Staples by my work during my lunch break. They PM'ed Best Buy...I requested a PM with Amazon but was denied because "fulfilled by Amazon" doesn't qualify. They would PM "sold and shipped by Amazon" only.
      It is a known fact and valid argument .
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    • price matched at london drugs... thanks OP...
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    • marc_t wrote:
      Aug 23rd, 2019 8:31 am
      with those speeds, sounds like it should be U3 ?
      can someone chime in?
      The MB/s number the manufacturer shoves in your face while shopping is often useless.

      U1 / U3 / V30 / V60 / V90 all denote minimum sustained write speeds. As you might guess, the number corresponds to the MB/s (not to be confused with Mbps or Mb/s) that it can achieve for said minimum sustained write speed. This is absolutely critical for video, particularly 4K or other high bitrate applications. 100 Mbps (a common bitrate, for example it is what almost all of DJI's consumer drones run at) = 12.5 MB/s for easy head-math. So, Class 10, V10, U1 cards are all too slow for those applications.

      You can fully ignore the "95 MB/s" or whatever they advertise, as that is an instanteous maximum speed, and usually a read speed rather than the much more important write speed. Even if write speed is advertised, that is not a minimum sustained write speed, which is the one that matters for many applications. The symbols on the card are all you need to look at, but the manufacturers do everything they can to confuse customers with big numbers making them think they're fast cards.

      A "class 10" card (the 10 with a circle around it) just means there is a minimum sustained write speed of 10 MB/s, which is what pretty much every card does these days anyway. You can ignore this one most of the time.

      The roman numeral I or II refers to the UHS bus, and very few host devices are UHS-II enabled save for some higher end cameras and other similar products. Most people don't need to worry about this one either.

      These are all really slow cards, which is why they're cheap. Fine for home security cameras, basic storage, or other similar applications, but I wouldn't use them for much else. You can find higher end 128GB U3 cards for around $40 though if you wait for deals. If you don't need a fast card, this is a very standard sale price for 128GB - nothing too crazy.
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    • The switch should be able to support and utilize UHS-I U3 which is NOT the same as UHS-I U1 card. When you look at the official switch memory card it is U3.
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    • I'm not sure this is a deal. Price seems inflated.
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    • Will it work on Wii u?
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    • insomnia77 wrote:
      Aug 23rd, 2019 3:31 pm
      I'm not sure this is a deal. Price seems inflated.
      it is... london drugs' price is only $50...
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    • Do you guys think this will be good for a permanent storage for a MACBOOK? I'll just be using it to store documents, but it'll be "live" whenever my computer is on.
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    • Sepharite wrote:
      Aug 23rd, 2019 4:12 pm
      Do you guys think this will be good for a permanent storage for a MACBOOK? I'll just be using it to store documents, but it'll be "live" whenever my computer is on.
      If it has a card reader can't see why not..
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