Disks are pretty good at that price, providing they are good disks but the SD card is rather dear, Choice for example sell Kingston 1 gig SD cards for £6.75 and the super fast SD cards for £9.45. That includes postage and theres others as well.
Choice are on the internet click here but it would appear as though they have just transferred their business to one of the Channel Isle for Vat saving reasons. According to other forum members remarks, it would appear as though the seventeen and half percent UK vat rate reduction as not been passed down to the customer.
Yes, I agree, there are some absolutely cracking rock bottom prices on the internet, but let's get back to the high street - ie the one that you and I walk down now and again. Physical sight and touchy feely can sort out good / poor quality.
I see Poundland has a 4 port usb hub and a usb SD card reader for (yes, you guessed it) a £1 each. I'm not sure whether the usb hub is usb 1 or 2. The card reader was a bit funny when I tried to copy across multiple files but it worked with one single file yesterday.
And I got a DAB/FM Clock Radio Alarm from S*p*rdr*g just after christmas for £15. Cracking apart from not much DAB reception up here at the moment.