Silicon Power 128GB up to 75MB/s MicroSDXC UHS-1 Class10, Elite Flash Memory Card with Adaptor (SP128GBSTXBU1V20SP)
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- Up to 75 MB/s Read Transfer Speed
- Great for mobile phones, Smartphones, Android Tablets, Tablet PCs, DSLR, HD camcorder.
- Capture high-quality images and extended lengths of stunning 1080p full-HD video with any micro SDHC UHS-1 compatible devices
- Compatible with SDXC UHS-1 enabled host devices
- Compatible with SDXC UHS-1 enabled host devices
- Lifetime Warranty
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From the Manufacturer
Time to Capture it All with SP Turbo Speed microSD Memory Card
Compatible with the up-to-date gadgets such as sport camcorders, portable speakers and smart handheld devices, SP Elite UHS-1 microSD Memory Card is designed to record every precious moment in your life. The Elite microSD series feature a turbo performance in reading of up to 75MB/s, offering an uninterrupted and fast action photos and videos experience.
Elite UHS-1 microSD at a Glance
- 75MB/s in read speed
- Class 10 video recording performance
- Shoot and play full-HD videos.
- Capture high-quality images
- Storage temperature -40~ 85ºC
- UHS-1 compatible with Android and other smart handheld devices.
- Included with an adapter as standard SDXC card.
- Lifetime warranty
By new Elite microSD color edition:
Up to 75MB/s in Reading
Featuring the UHS-1 technology, the SP Elite series can deliver the ultra fast read speed of up to 75MB/s. Whether you are shooting in fast action or in the consecutive shooting mode, the Elite series is able to capture every single moment! *To reach the maximum read/write speed, a UHS-I enabled and USB 3.0 reader or host device would be recommended.
Ideal for Up-to-date Gadgets
Equipped with the Class 10 speed, the Elite microSD series can bring high-tech gears such as sports cameras into full play! You may also place it in some portable speakers for more appealing music.
Waterproof, Shockproof, Temperature-proof
Even if you are doing outdoor activities in some extreme climate conditions, the Elite series can survive from water, shock, and with storage temperatures -40~85ºC!
Hard to Choose Which One to Delete?
Not enough storage space? The Elite microSD series is available from 16GB to 128GB, 128GB allows you to keep massive mobile Apps, up to 1,700 minutes videos, 33,200 songs, and 48,000 photos as possible!
Top Customer Reviews
There isn't much to say. Does it work or doesn't it? Rest assured, these five stars are an obvious indication that I am perfectly happy with the fact that it does.
The memory card ships preformatted to exFAT which is ideal for most applications of a 128-gigabyte card. Unfortunately for me, the way my phone is set up (LG G3 with custom kernel to resolve battery drain and other issues) doesn't quite accommodate exFAT as it normally would. My instance required I reformat the card to FAT32 (a much older, limited filesystem) for the phone to play nice with it. One of those limits is that I cannot store any file larger than 4 gigs on it, but I knew this coming in and considered it an acceptable tradeoff as my music, photos, and documents would need to be about 500 times larger before that limit would be of any concern. Reiterating, most people buying a high-capacity memory card could (and probably should) use it the way it ships (preformatted exFAT) for the benefit of data integrity and performance.
As performance goes, anyway, I haven't benchmarked the card for a hard figure of its read and write speeds, but on a subjective note, there's simply nothing bad I can say -- my photos round out to about 5 megs apiece, and there is no wait or "lag" between shots. Certainly, when I routinely dump the card's contents to my PC, the transfer speed is much, much better if I physically move the card from my phone to my PC's card reader rather than if I leave the card in the phone and transfer over USB-MTP. (Both are USB 2.0, as the PC is a few years old.) It's because the MTP mode doesn't give the PC direct access to the card but rather channels all reads and writes through the phone's software, and it's done this way so that the PC and phone can access the card without taking turns. The card reader method is more than fast enough for me. I should note that at least the phone is new enough to utilize the UHS-I speed class of this card to its potential while installed, which, for my uses, is overkill but gladly appreciated nonetheless.
Price was also a factor in this purchase. Most of the A-brand competition, as of July 2015, hovered around 95 to 100 dollars, but Silicon Power came through for considerably less, and I pounced. It was a good deal for which I thank SP. I wouldn't have lost all faith in the brand if I needed an exchange, but I feel those situations leave me to judge the whole resolution of something that wasn't right the first time around. Considering that small memory chips can be prone to all sorts of defects even outside of the factory (magnetism, poor handling, etc.), I count my lucky stars that the card I received wasn't one of the afflicted. When the time comes to upgrade the rest of the house, I will surely consider buying more of the same. Thank you very much!
This card's read/write speed isn't at all true to as it says. I was expecting the write speed to this card to be around 10/mbs, but ended up being around 1.98/mbs... The read speed of this card is around 12/mbs or so making this card extremely slow. I thought I could deal with this since this card was so cheap, but unfortunately this card failed. Upon plugging the card into my computer, I was unhappy to discover that all my data was no longer there and all that remained was an empty card. In hopes to backup and retrieve my data fell short and unsuccessful, even when trying to use EaseUS Data Recovery.
Testing Card After Failing:
While checking with H2testw to see if this card was fake, it came back with an Error Code 121 which could mean it's a fake or just corrupted. After formatting it (after trying to Recover Data and running the first H2testw), I ran another test with H2testw to get the same Error Code 121. After that, I decided to check this sectors of the card using AOMEI Partition Assistant, discovering this card had 1711 bad sectors (which I don't understand how a small amount of bad sectors could erase all my data and make it unrecoverable by any means)... Although being a brand new SD Card, it shouldn't have any bad sectors what so ever. Also the test took over 12 hours to run...
In the end:
I threw away the packaging after setting up this card thinking it was good, so no way to return it as far as I know. Next time I'll hold on to my packaging. Going to see if they'll send a replacement and I'll update my review if they replace my card with a functioning, non-failing one.