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SanDisk Ultra 64GB UHS-I/Class 10 Micro SDXC Memory Card With Adapter- SDSDQUAN-064G-G4A [Old Version]
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Large-Capacity Card Holds Thousands of Photos or Hours of Video
With the SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Card, you'll never have to choose what to keep and what to delete on your Android smartphone or tablet. With a generous capacity of 64 GB (1), this card lets you shoot and store more photos and videos without running out of space. You'll have enough room for thousands of high-resolution photos or hours of Full HD (2) video.
Capture, carry, and keep your videos, photos, and music at your fingertips with 64 GB of storage.
Shoot and store hours of Full HD video on your Android smartphone or tablet.
Capture Full HD Video on Your Android Smartphone or Tablet
The SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Card is Class 10, letting you capture smooth Full HD video without interruption. Designed to be extremely durable, the memory card is waterproof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, magnet proof, and shockproof (3). The SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Card comes with a lifetime warranty (7).
Twice as Fast as Ordinary microSD Cards
SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Cards are twice as fast as ordinary microSD cards (4). Read speeds of up to 48 MB/s (5) let you quickly transfer photos and videos from your smartphone to your tablet or computer.
Back Up Your Favorite Media with Memory Zone App
Available from the Google Play store, the SanDisk Memory Zone app (6) lets you view, access, and back up all your files from your phone's memory in one convenient location. You can even set the app to move files from your device's internal memory to your memory card automatically. An SD adapter is included to transfer files from your phone or tablet directly to your PC or Mac.
(1) 1 GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less. (2) Compatible device required. Full HD (1920x1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes and other factors. (3) Card only. See product packaging or visit our official website for additional information and limitations. (4) Ordinary cards up to 5 MB/s write speed. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. (5) Up to 48 MB/sec read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. X=150KB/s (6) Download and installation required (7) 30 year warranty in Germany, Canada, and regions not recognizing lifetime warranty.
What's in the Box
SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Card (64 GB) and SD adapter.
- Add up to 64 GB (1) of storage space to Android or other smartphone or tablet
- Class 10 for recording Full HD (2) video
- Read speeds up to 48 MB/s (5) for fast file transfer
- SanDisk Memory Zone app (6) supports automatic file transfer to free up space on your device
- Waterproof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, and magnet proof (3)
- Includes SD adapter
- 10 year warranty (7)
SanDisk products are constructed to the good standards and rigorously tested. You can be confident in the good quality, performance and reliability of every SanDisk product.
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Worse, when I contacted their (Sandisk) customer service they directed me to download SD card formatting programs from HP and some freeware stuff. Come on Sandisk, you make these SD cards and don't have a program that you can provide to your customers to fix problems or identify if the card isn't genuine?
Also, shame on Amazon for allowing these counterfeit cards to get into their inventory. There is obviously a problem somewhere and I would easily suspect someone is swapping out counterfeit cards for genuine cards and making a lot of money doing it. In other words, an inside job?
The long and the short of it, I was able to use this card and I was able to preserve my memories with it, but I will never trust this card again for future vacations. I'll get the UHS-3 card (for 4K) instead.
I saw in several other 1 star reviews of others having problems that at least ScanDisk reps. took the time to respond to, even if with paten answers. I took it to mean they care enough about their product and customers and not just to cover over flawed product percentages. However, let’s face it, every product has a percentage of lemons and all we can do is hope not to get one.
I have had tons of micro sd cards. Most of them have been Sandisk but switched to Samsung when Sandisk had a bad run of Ultras(class 10s) that were failing in Android phones.
I've used class 10 or higher since using sdswap on phones (starting around 6 years ago). Back then most phones had 8 to 16gb of internal storage and wasn't enough room to handle what I needed.
Sdswap made the phone think the external storage was the internal (essentially giving me 32 to 64gb of internal memory) and the internal the external. Because of this I always needed high speed memory or the read/write of the card would significantly slow down my phone.
Sandisk had always been the most reliable card that was also fast and cost effective until about 3 years ago. During that time, whether it was due to a bad batch of cards or due to the way a new version of how a new version of Android's OS accessed them, they began to fail. Obviously losing data is a nightmare so I switch to the more costly Samsung class 10+ cards.
*I know Sandisk addressed the problem, because they fixed the issue and released a new upgraded batch. They even "tried" to replace my cards by publicly tweeting me a link to do so, in apology for the cards failures (in response to a comment I made on Twitter that asked other Android devs/testers if their Sandisk cards were failing them).
But unfortunately in the end neither of my cards were replaced. One of the cards I had already thrown away and the other I found a few days later. Unfortunately, after multiple attempts, I wasn't able to receive a response from the company after their initial response (which told me they needed the bad cards serial #s etc...) essentially they dissappeared once I was able to find the info and send it to them. So I took that as a HR saving face moment on Twitter and moved on.
Obviously I didn't think much of the company after that and stayed away from them for a couple years.
I finally started buying cards from them again for my devices that held less critical data. Over the last year or so (mid 2014) I haven't had any issues. I am glad Sandisk has become reliable once again.
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