With Class 10 speed rating, this Micro SD Memory Card enables fast file transfer performance between devices.
With the adapter, the micro SD card can be used as a full-size SDHC card, making it compatible with lots of devices, from smartphones to tablets to action cams and even DSLRs, improving performance and increasing storage on your various mobile devices.
This microSD Memory Card supports high-resolution photos taking and Full HD videos recording so that you can capture the moments that matter anytime and anywhere.
We brought new product USB flash drive 3.1 on amazon recently. They are upgraded versions from USB 3.0. The simple way to add extra-large, high-speed storage to your device! Welcome to have a check if you just need it.
Edit: approved for return of fake card, they want ME to pay for shipping back to Hong Kong. sure. What are the chances they'll acknowledge receiving it?
The SD card works fine, but the package for the product (not the shipping package) was covered in teriyaki sauce.
Is not 128 its 116.... see picture...
Both Micro Center 32 GB MicroSDHC cards fail to format FAT, master boot.
This review is for the 256GB sd card. This card was about $10 cheaper than other cards of this size, and I've been burned before, so I decided to test it. Attached are screenshots of my tests using 2 different software (fakeFlashTest, and h2testw_1.4). I only did the quick test in fakeFlashTest, but I did the long test using h2testw_1.4. This card passed both, so i am happy with my purchase. The speeds show 10.4MB/s write and 15.5MB/s read.
Advertising and illustration led me to think I was ordering two 32 GB micro SD cards. Package contained 2 16 GB cards. Last time I'll purchase this brand.
For $8.99, this 32GB twin pack is a steal when it comes to capacity and performance. They both work without issue and are nearly identical in performance. A 1GB file transfer from PC to MicroSD card in 32 seconds is not bad for $4.50. I bought these primarily just to swap out my older 8GB cards to add storage capacity in my Roku Ultra and Samsung phone. Reportedly, Micro Center uses sub standard "doped" silicon in order to be a cheaper alternative to the consumer. Well, regardless, these are good cards that have consistent write speeds on large file transfers with reasonably good latency for a budget SD card. Taking HD Video and High-Res pictures on the phone is smooth with no glitches. Don't skip over Micro Center assuming their products will be junk because of the cheap price tag. I typically use SanDisk or ADATA for SDCards or USB FD, but I think I found a cheap viable alternative. I'll geek out here for a moment and even add the Windows 10 Command Prompt winsat scores below.
Bought this card because Amazon said the 128GB card was compatible with my Agptek player. After repeated attempts to get the device to recognize the card, I've concluded it isn't. The card itself works fine - using the supplied adapter, I was able to download my entire music library onto it directly from my computer. The card just isn't recognized by the player. It's now a spare memory card and maybe, one day, I'll get to use it in a device. Till then, I'm not going to sing the praises of something that doesn't do what I need it to do, and I'm not going to put down the product either.