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post #1 of 46
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SanDisk announced it at MWC just now, apparently Best Buy and Amazon will have them for sale tomorrow. Great news, especially for us Android USB audio nuts smily_headphones1.gif

$200USD, $20 cheaper than I expected based on 32 and 64gb prices at release. Ordering mine ASAP.
Edited by NZtechfreak - 2/23/14 at 9:25pm
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SanDisk announced it at MWC just now, apparently Best Buy and Amazon will have them for sale tomorrow. Great news, especially for us Android USB audio nuts smily_headphones1.gif



$200USD, $20 cheaper than I expected based on 32 and 64gb prices at release. Ordering mine ASAP.

 



So as per usual that'll probably work out around £200 or so.
post #3 of 46
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Originally Posted by NZtechfreak View Post

SanDisk announced it at MWC just now, apparently Best Buy and Amazon will have them for sale tomorrow. Great news, especially for us Android USB audio nuts smily_headphones1.gif



$200USD, $20 cheaper than I expected based on 32 and 64gb prices at release. Ordering mine ASAP.

 



So as per usual that'll probably work out around £200 or so.

No different here in NZ. I'll order from the US visa Shipito.
post #4 of 46
I guess I'll be going to a best buy and see if they have it after work smily_headphones1.gif It would be pretty nice having double my current space in my dap
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Do any devices support 128gb micro SDXC yet?  My Samsung Note II caps out at 64gb for official support.

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Do any devices support 128gb micro SDXC yet?  My Samsung Note II caps out at 64gb for official support.

iBasso DX50 does support it.

post #7 of 46

will ak 120 be able to use these cards?

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Do any devices support 128gb micro SDXC yet?  My Samsung Note II caps out at 64gb for official support.

I'm pretty well certain they'll almost all work with these. From 4-8-16-32-64gb it's always been the same - manufacturers say they support the highest capacity card available, being 64gb until now, but the new cards have always worked. I've been amongst the first to get each new capacity, so I've been through this a few times now (my video was the first YouTube video of a 64gb card, in that case working with a Galaxy S2, which only supported up to 32gb officially).
post #9 of 46

"I got mine [Galaxy Note 3] running 32GB internal + 128GB SD + 1TB OTG 3.0 HD... runs without any problems." [b00mb00mchuck]

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=49621417&postcount=62

 

 

"Using one of those microSD to SD card adapters for my 128GB extSD storage... so yeah... 64 just wasn't cutting it for me"

 

 

 

 

post #10 of 46

Fiiiiiiiiinally.

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Amazon has them listed now...

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IIJ6W4S/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

...but it appears they're not in stock at the moment. (Perhaps they're sold out of the first batch?)

 

I ordered two, but there's no indication when they might be in stock.

post #12 of 46

BTW, James from FiiO tested a card with the X5 and it worked flawlessly.

I think that pretty much most of the hardware out there that already supports 64gb microSDXC cards WILL read these new 128gb ones.!

 

Can't wait to try one (or two) on the AK100 MK2! ;)

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Amazon has them listed now...

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IIJ6W4S/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

...but it appears they're not in stock at the moment. (Perhaps they're sold out of the first batch?)

 

I ordered two, but there's no indication when they might be in stock.

Wow, that is cheaper than I was expecting (if they honor the price and it stays there).

post #14 of 46
These higher capacity cards totally change the portable game for me. Expensive, but not as bad as I thought they'd be. I might be a guinea pig and see if the current firmware for my RWAK100-S will read these 128GB cards
post #15 of 46

Not yet listed on amazon uk yet though.  Wonder when the european launch will be?

 

Edit:  Well this is a surprise!  Mymemory.co.uk has the card listed for £85.00.  A lot better than I thought it would be.  Now where did I put that clip plus of mine?


Edited by davidcotton - 2/25/14 at 12:02pm
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