Samsung EVO+ 256GB UHS-I microSDXC U3 Memory Card with Adapter (MB-MC256DA/AM)
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- Compatible with most devices that support microSDXC cards For wide-ranging use
- 256GB storage capacity Allows you to capture and store plenty of pictures and videos
- Read speeds up to 95MB/sec, write speeds up to 90MB/sec So you can quickly transfer files
- Includes microSDXC to SD adapter Allows you to use this card with SD adapter slots. Rugged construction Resists damage due to X-rays
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This EVO+ UHS-I microSDXC U1 Memory Card (Class 10) with Adapter from Samsung holds 256GB of data. Its Ultra High Speed Class 1 (UHS-I) bus interface enables it to achieve maximum read and write speeds of 95 MB/s and 90 MB/s respectively, which are far greater than the 10 MB/s minimum speeds guaranteed by the Class 10 and UHS 1 ratings. This microSD card is ideal for Full-HD video recordings and high resolution pictures. A microSD adapter is included, allowing you to use the card in a full-size SDHC/SDXC slot.<BR>
Top Customer Reviews
With such speed for both R/W, I don't really understand why one would want to buy the more expensive variation of this mSDXC card. Also, obviously, if you wait a year or so, you will buy it much cheaper, maybe even at half its current price. But then it depends on whether you can wait until the price drops.
At any rate, I am extremely happy with it.
Cons: Price is still high as there are not many competitors with the size and speed.
Overall it is a great MicroSD and this is my 3rd. Have one working on my Surface Pro 4, one on my XPeria XZ, and one on my Keymission 360. Perfect for all uses!
The packaging all matched up, everything on the packaging was glossy and hi-res, no distortion. The packaging also said SDXC on the front and back, and the microSD card did as well. It comes with an SD adapter. The UPC on the packaging was 8806088 449258. The model says: MB-MC256D. Model code: MB-MC256DA/APC.
When I opened it, the microSD card itself says made in Korea.
I placed it in my Nintendo Switch, and it recognized it as having ~245GB usable.
Unfortunately I don't have any card reader or software to test the read/write performance, but I'm going 100% digital with Nintendo Switch, and the three games that I have downloaded and ran off of the microSD card so far haven't experienced any noticeable lag.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Read: 82.0 MB/s
Write: 74.1 MB/s
Capacity: 256 GB
Read: 95 MB/s
Write: 90 MB/s