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This card is compatible with the Surface 2. The surface 2 can take SD Cards up to 64 GB. Here is a link to Microsoft's Surface 2 product info page: http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en-us/products/surface-2
Dec 19, 2013 by KenLSF
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gopro Oct 13, 2013
Here are the SD card requirements for each camera: HERO3: Black Edition & HERO3+ Black Edition Cameras A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required. Not all Class 10 microSD cards have the same data write speeds. If you plan to shoot in 4k, 2.7k, or Protune video modes with your HERO3: Black Edition or HERO3+ Black Edition camera, we recommend using one of the following microSD cards for the best performance: SanDisk Extreme 32GB microSDHC (SDSDQX-032G) SanDisk Extreme 64GB microSDXC (SDSDQX-064G) Lexar 32GB SDHC 600x (LSDMI32GBSBNA600R) Lexar 64GB SDXC 300x (LSDMI64GBBNL300R) Delkin 32GB SDHC (DDMICROSDPRO2-32GB) Delkin 64GB SDXC (DDMICROSDPRO264GB) Samsung 64GB SDXC (MB-MGCGB/AM) With the camera software update released July 29, 2013, using other microSD cards with your HERO3: Black Edition camera while shooting in 4K, 2.7K and Protune video modes may result in a reduction of the data stream rate from 45Mb/sec to 35Mb/sec. For HERO3 Silver and White Editions, any class 10 microSD cards can be used, including SanDisk Ultra and Lexar. HERO3: Silver Edition & HERO3+ Silver Edition Cameras A Class 4 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required. A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required for 0.5 sec Time-lapse, 10/1 Photo Burst, and Protune. HERO3: White Edition Camera A Class 4 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required. A Class 10 MicroSD card up to 64 GB is required for 0.5 sec Time-lapse. HD HERO2 Camera A Class 4 SD card up to 32 GB is required. A Class 10 SD card up to 32 GB is required to use 0.5 sec Time-lapse, 10/1 Photo Burst, and Protune. HD HERO Original Camera & HD HERO 960 Camera A Class 4 SD card up to 32 GB is required.
Oct 13, 2013 by Tutsumi
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Yes it does. I'm a proud owner of a Samsung Galaxy S3.
Dec 18, 2012 by mrpenguin99
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Absolutely! I had this in my S5 until I purchased the SanDisk 128 GB MicroSD card. Both are great - I just needed more storage (my music was 59 GB alone).
Jun 10, 2014 by Steve
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readyboost compatible? Jul 19, 2014
Yes
Jul 21, 2014 by   
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Absolutely. I have tested it in both Nook HD and HD+.
Dec 26, 2013 by NLee the Engineer
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gopro Dec 4, 2013
DO NOT GET THIS FOR YOUR GO PRO especially the Hero 3 and 3+. The ultras have issue they bog down while shooting any of the HD modes for the Go Pros.. Go Pro had to drop this card on their list of supported devices so go with the Sandisk Extreme, Extreme plus or higher. http://gopro.com/support/articles/software-update-release
Dec 4, 2013 by Dan
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It will "hold" any kind of audio that your phone will accept/play (e.g., audiobook, music, ringtones, etc.). HOW your phone accesses/plays all the different kinds of audio content is a different question. For example, I THINK stuff that's germane to normal operation of the phone (e.g., ringtones) typically has to be stored on the phone's internal memory in order to work right ... not on an external card.
Jul 22, 2014 by Mark R. Wietstock
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If you register it on the SanDisk site their is a full lifetime limited warranty**
Nov 23, 2013 by jc
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It comes pre-formatted for Android OS, so you shouldn't have to do anything to it. If you have to format it at all, you should format it using the formatting tool in the Galaxy S5 (see Settings, Storage, select "Format"). If the Galaxy S5 "shows up" when you plug it into your Mac, the card should also show up as a separate drive/memory within the Galaxy device.
Jun 29, 2014 by Mark R. Wietstock
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