SanDisk Ultra 98MBs Micro SDHC Memory Card - 32GB934/4293
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The SanDisk Ultra microSDHC 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 one minute. Ideal for Android based smartphones and tablets, this card's A1 rating means that you can load apps faster too.
microSDHC memory card.
- 32GB capacity.
- Read speed 98MB per sec.
- Includes microSD adaptor to convert to SD size, for compatible devices.
100% would recommend to a friend
Works well, don't know much about these things.
Good fast collection and service.
Does the job
Purchased for more space on my daughters phone worked a treat
You can format this card to a Fat32 file system.
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10 February 2020
This refers to the capacity of MicroSD (and SD cards) and the storage technology used by the cards
MicroSD refers to a smaller format size
SD = 128MB to 2GB in size (SD cards will work in all host devices that support SD, SDHC, or SDXC)
SDHC = SD High Capacity 4GB to 32GB and use the SDA 2.0 specification (SDHC works differently than standard SD cards and is NOT backwards compatible with host devices that only take SD (128MB - 2GB) cards. Most readers and host devices built after 2008 should be SDHC compatible.)
SDXC = SD Extended Capacity Because SDXC uses a different file system called exFAT and it works differently than standard SD cards, this new format is NOT backwards compatible with host devices that only take SD (128MB to 2GB) or host devices that only take SDHC (4GB to 32GB). Most host devices built after 2010 should be SDXC compatible.
NOTE: Internal card readers on laptops from 2008 and prior may NOT support SDXC cards. SDXC cards will work in SDHC compatible readers (not SD readers) if the computer OS supports the exFAT File System
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3 February 2020
The transfer rate is based on sequential write speeds and is the maximum potential speed available for the storage, actual write speed will depend on the hardware controller's bus speed on the device the card is used.
This card is a Class 10 UHS-1 card = The card supports 10 MB/s as a minimum non-fragmented sequential write speed and using a High Speed bus mode again actual speed is hardware dependent
I have requested the wording be changed in relation to write speed
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28 January 2020
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