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Samsung 32GB EVO Plus Class 10 Micro SDHC with Adapter 80mb/s (MB-MC32DA/AM)
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- 80MB/s transfer speed
- Works with Cell phones, Smartphones, Android Tablets, Tablet PCs.
- Great speed and performance for full HD video recording, high resolution pictures, mobile gaming, music and more.
- Water proof, Temperature Proof, X-Ray proof, Magnetic proof
- Compatible with devices with micro SDHC and micro SDxC slots.
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|RAM Size||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
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|Item Dimensions||0.04 x 0.59 x 0.43 in||0.43 x 0.59 x 0.59 in||0.59 x 0.04 x 0.43 in||0.43 x 0.59 x 0.59 in||3.5 x 5.4 x 0.1 in||0.1 x 0.5 x 0.5 in|
|Item Weight||0.02 ounces||0.48 ounces||0.18 ounces||0.48 ounces||0.64 ounces||1.76 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32||32 GB|
|Secure Digital Association Speed Class||Class 10||Class 10||Class 10||Class 10||Class 10||Class 10|
Get the most out of your smartphone or tablet PC with Samsung's EVO 32 GB microSD Memory Card. This high-performance memory card features read speeds of up to 80 MB/s for transferring music, photos, and videos and is UHS-1 enabled to capture Full HD video. Waterproof, temperature proof, magnet proof, and X-ray proof, this reliable memory card ensures your files remain safe during life's little mishaps. An included SD adapter lets you use the card with your digital camera, laptop, or desktop computer.
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From now no, I'm only buying Samsung SD cards. I used to buy only Sandisk, but for the money, these EVO+ cards are better and cost far less!
I haven't been able to run any speed tests of my own on this unit, but this card runs great in the RPi3 and hasn't had a single problem with it.
I will definitely be getting more of these for more RPis and my other devices.
Amazon won't let me post what I really think, so I'll just say to choose the seller carefully.
This tinny uSD make rock my Raspberry Pi 3 B. I've buy it thanks to this post from Jeff Geerling:
"This post's benchmarks were performed on a Raspberry Pi 2; for all the latest benchmarks, on Raspberry Pi 3 or later revisions, check out the official Pi Dramble microSD card Benchmarks page.
In my experience, one of the highest-impact upgrades you can perform to increase Raspberry Pi performance is to buy the fastest possible microSD card—especially for applications where you need to do a lot of random reads and writes.
There is an order-of-magnitude difference between most cheap cards and the slightly-more-expensive ones (even if both are rated as being in the same class)—especially in small-block random I/O performance. As an example, if you use a normal, cheap microSD card for your database server, normal database operations can literally be 100x slower than if you used a standard microSD card."
Because of this, I went and purchased over a dozen different cards and have been putting them through their paces. Here are the results of those efforts, in a nice tabular format:
Card Make/Model hdparm buffered dd write 4K rand read 4K rand write
OWC Envoy SSD (USB) 64GB 34.13 MB/s 34.4 MB/s 7.06 MB/s 8.20 MB/s
SanDisk Ultra Fit (USB) 32GB 31.72 MB/s 14.5 MB/s 4.99 MB/s 1.07 MB/s
Samsung EVO+ 32GB 18.45 MB/s 14.0 MB/s 8.02 MB/s 3.00 MB/s
Samsung Pro+ 32GB 18.46 MB/s 18.5 MB/s 8.10 MB/s 2.35 MB/s
Samsung Pro 16GB 18.39 MB/s 18.2 MB/s 7.66 MB/s 1.01 MB/s
Samsung EVO 16GB 17.39 MB/s 10.4 MB/s 5.36 MB/s 1.05 MB/s
SanDisk Extreme Pro 8GB 18.43 MB/s 17.6 MB/s 7.52 MB/s 1.18 MB/s
SanDisk Extreme 16GB 18.51 MB/s 18.3 MB/s 8.10 MB/s 2.30 MB/s
SanDisk Ultra 16GB 17.73 MB/s 7.3 MB/s 5.34 MB/s 1.52 MB/s
NOOBS (1.4, C6) 8GB 17.62 MB/s 6.5 MB/s 5.63 MB/s 1.01 MB/s
Transcend Premium 300x 32GB 18.14 MB/s 10.3 MB/s 5.21 MB/s 0.84 MB/s
PNY Turbo (C10 90MB/s) 16GB 17.46 MB/s TODO 6.25 MB/s 0.62 MB/s
Toshiba 16GB 17.66 MB/s 11.2 MB/s 5.21 MB/s 0.21 MB/s
Sony (C10) 16GB 15.38 MB/s 8.9 MB/s 2.47 MB/s 0.24 MB/s
Kingston (C10) 16GB 17.78 MB/s 9.0 MB/s 5.75 MB/s 0.21 MB/s
Kingston (C10) 8GB 12.80 MB/s 7.2 MB/s 5.56 MB/s 0.17 MB/s
Nasya C10 16GB 16.05 MB/s 8.4 MB/s 2.28 MB/s 0.38 MB/s
No-name (C4) 4GB 13.37 MB/s < 1 MB/s < 0.1 MB/s < 0.01 MB/s
After using most of these cards in different situations over the past year or so (some for Pis running MySQL, others for file shares, and yet others just doing data logging and web dashboard displays), I've also noted that reliability-wise, all of the 16 cards I've used so far (even the no-name C4 card) have been flawless.
However, judging by performance vs. price, there are a couple clear standout cards—one is the Samsung Evo+, which is the fastest card for random access by a mile. And this year, I've seen it on sale for $10-20 for 32 or 64 GB, so it's a steal. Other than that, I'd go with the SanDisk Extreme, as it can be had for about the same price, or the Samsung Evo (without the +), as it can be had for even less if you just need 8 or 16 GB.
2015 Winner: Samsung Evo+ 32 GB (~$12 on Amazon)"