Card is perfect for recording and watching Full HD video,with room for even more hours of video.
Transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s** ensure that you can move all your content blazingly fast—up to 1200 photos in just one minute.
Ideal for Android™-based smartphones and tablets, this card’s A1 rating means that you can load apps faster too.
Read Speed:up to 100MB/s
Video Speed:C10, U1, A1
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Made for a good update for my Nintendo Switch. Was very easy to setup and transfer all of the files from my older smaller capacity card to this one so I didn’t have to redownload all of my games and save data.I’ve always had a lot of good flashdrives and memory cards from sandisk and this seems to be working great as well. The price to quality has always been excellent and they are always easy to recommend.
I purchased this SanDisk 256GB MicroSDXC card to use in a Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone. I am a heavy user and regularly use the phone as a transfer media for large files. I generally transfer 10-50 GB of files per day to, and from the card. The factors I look at in choosing a MicroSDXC card are the life of the card since I "wear out" cards in 6-9 months of use, the transfer speeds to, and from, the card, and the cost of the card since I know it will have to be replaced.I did not benchmark the SanDisk 256GB MicroSDXC card out of the phone. I did measure the time it took to transfer a 2GB file from the internal RAM memory to SanDisk Card (Write speed to the card) compared to a Samsung EVO MicroSDXC card which was rated at 95 MB/sec. The Sandisk 256 MicroSDXC card was just as fast as the Samsung card. Reading from the SanDisk card was also equivalent to the Samsung card.The price on Amazon of the Sandisk 256 MicroSDXC card was $129 at the time of this review. That price was appproximately US$20 less expensive than the Samsung card with the same warranty. While I am unhappy to be having to pay that much money for a MicroSDXC card, it is the going rate. Be aware that there are several vendors on this site and another on-line auction site who are selling cards for much less money. Those are almost certainly vendors selling "Fake" MicroSDXC cards which will neither have the memory capacity, or performance.As formatted for the Samsung Galaxy S7 phone, the capacity of this card was 238GB usable. In comparison, a "128GB" card has a usable capacity of about 118GB depending on how it is formatted and the device in which it is used.At the time of writing this review, I have been using the card for approximately 2 weeks. Everything is functioning correctly so far. I have no other information regarding the ultimate life of this card in terms of maximum amount of data transfer capability before failure. Only time will tell.If you need the card capacity of the 256GB in MicroSDXC format, I believe this card is a fair value. There are faster cards available from Lexar at a much higher cost. The Sandisk 256Gb MicroSDXC card is fast enough for the Galaxy S7 phone I use it in.
I bought this for my Huawei Honor 8 and I couldn't be more satisfied. For only around $20 I increased my phone storage by 200%, which is a great value. With 64GB available, I can download thousands of songs, save thousands more pictures, and have some more storage left over for a few 1080p movies. If your phone supports adaptable storage, you are in even more luck. If your phone supports adaptable storage you can use your microSD card as internal storage, which means that you can use your microSD card to download apps in addition to media. In doing this you are basically doubling or tripling your phone storage for only about $20. All Android phones with Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher should support adaptable storage, so if you download a lot of games and apps I would strongly suggest this storage expansion. I didn't notice any decrease in speed while using the microSD card as internal storage since this is a fairly fast microSD card. As an added bonus the microSD card comes with an adapter which is useful for transferring storage from your microSD card to something like a laptop which only has an SD card slot. Overall, I am very pleased with the value and quality that this SanDisk microSD card offers.Pros:- Great value - only $20!- Fast- Comes with adapterCons:- NoneIf you found this review helpful I would appreciate it if you clicked the "helpful" button below this review. Thanks!
Working like a champ with our new Nintendo Switch. No issues so far and have it loaded with two digital games so far.Great price and value so far!
After massive research on what currently was the best card for the Nintendo Switch, I was lead to the 200 gig SanDisk ultra. I bough this directly from Amazon and not a merchant so I knew it was going to be legit and not a counterfeit card. Formatted it in the Switch and saw 183 useable gigs which sounds about right if you know your memory. Can't beat the price per gig on this SanDisk card. It is roughly the same price per gig 128 or 200 so more storage was a no brainer for me. Jumping to 256 gigs of storage is still over priced. It is not close to the same price per gig as the 128 or 200. Also the read and write speeds are the same or even slightly exceed the officially licensed by Nintendo Hori over priced sd memory card. The switch does not support anything faster then UHS-1 speeds currently. Any card faster then UHS-1 is pointless and a waste of money because the switch reverts it back to UHS-1 speeds if you put a UHS-2 or 3 card in. I would say that's a terrible investment because we also don't know if the switch hardware can support UHS-2 or 3 in the future via Software update. I could not be happier with my sd memory card purchase. Buy this card and thank me later! ;-) upc # SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A
I bought this for my Nintendo Switch and it's great. I formatted it using Nintendo's recommended formatting tool and I haven't had any issues w/ it.
This microSD card worked exactly like I needed it to. I bought a cheap action camera from Amazon. The reviews for the camera stated that it required a pretty fast card to record 4K video. If the card wasn't quick enough, the video would stutter. I have been testing it out before I leave on vacation, and it works just fine. I've bought SanDisk in the past, and they seem to be reliable. This card is no different.Please note that I have fell victim to fake SanDisk cards in the past that weren't as reliable as the real ones. The biggest issue was that they were very slow. If buying from Amazon, I recommend looking for "Ships from and sold by Amazon.com". It's not really worth saving a buck or two buying from a 3rd party and chancing getting a fake.
I've been using this SanDisk Ultra 64Gb Card in my Verizon 8" Ellipsis tablet for about 6 months and it has been extremely reliable for storing and allowing playback of a large amount of movies I've converted from DVD to MP4s for the kids to watch. Since the card comes with an SD Card adaptor, I can easily copy the videos using my Mac's SD slot and then insert the microSD card into the slot of the tablet. At 64GB, I have plenty of room for 50 or more videos. I haven't noticed any lag or buffering issues when playing the movies back using the VLC Video application on the tablet.Like most Amazon shoppers, I count on honest, unbiased reviews. I hope you have found this review helpful in making your purchase decision.
I bought this for my SanDisk ClipZip MP3 player, and with it, this MP3 player can access my entire music file collection from a single micro SD card. But I will mention a few things.First, I use the ClipZip with Rockbox installed. Among other advantages, the one that really matters for a card with this storage capacity is that it stores its database, so that it doesn't have to rebuild it every single time I turn the MP3 player on. Another advantage is that it gives me immediate access to the directories and files on a micro SD, so that I can play music even without building the database first. In contrast, the native firmware on the ClipZip will start by building its database when I turn it on. When I turned this on in its native firmware mode, it was taking so long to update the database that I gave up in frustration and went back to Rockbox. Although it also took a long time for Rockbox to build the database, I was able to listen to a podcast on it while it was doing this, and now that the database is built, I have immediate access to it when I turn it on with Rockbox.Second, the ClipZip works with cards formatted with FAT32, not with exFAT, which is what this card was originally formatted with. So I had to reformat it to FAT32, and since Windows will not format a drive with this much storage in FAT32, I had to use a third-party formatter. I did it with a program called fat32format, which did it in a matter of seconds.Third, when I used MediaMonkey to synchronize my music collection from my external harddrive to this card, it deleted my music without copying any of it. So that was the wrong thing to do. Fortunately, most of my music files were already stored on other SanDisk micro SD cards, and when I finished copying their contents over to this card, the Music directory was 131 GB in size, which is approximately what I remembered the size of the music folder was on my external harddrive. So I retained nearly all of my music. Copying the files took some time, but I got it done in a few hours. Since starting to write this, I checked my harddrive again, and my music directory is 143 GB in size. So maybe there was some kind of glitch. I'm happy to have my files back, and the lesson I've learned is to copy, not synchronize.Fourth, I just got it yesterday. So I can't say anything about durability or long-term usage. I have previously been using my MP3 player with smaller capacity micro SD cards from SanDisk, which have all been working fine, and this includes a 64GB Micro SDXC card. The main reason I got this one is so that I could keep all my music on one card instead of switching between different cards. The main glitch I've noticed with both this and the 64GB SDXC card is that it sometimes needs to finalize rebuilding the database, but I also noticed that this doesn't take quite as long as doing it the first time. Overall, it seems to be a good card, and I'm pleased that I can finally use my MP3 player with a Micro SD card large enough to contain my entire music file collection with some room to grow. I stopped regularly buying MP3s and switched to streaming a few years ago, but with some more room to grow, I may rip the large classical CD collections I bought from Brilliant, pick up some bargain-priced MP3 collections from Amazon, or check out what's on Jamendo or other free MP3 sites.