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Using a pair of 256 GB micro sd cards in both a Switch and Switch Lite. Excellent dollar per GB. No issues with getting them to work. Inserted the cards, had the Switch format them, instantly recognized all 256 GB of space.
Kindredsouls
· October 28, 2019
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Well, both my 64gb cards report as 58gigs on windows. One did end up failing though in like 4 hours. Not sure about the size difference though. Might just be a bad card.
Delsin Brylla
· May 18, 2019
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2 32gb cards total of 64gb
ArtR
· August 6, 2019
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I believe these are 10MB/second based on the class 10 printed on them. The numner ten with the circle around it also the price. I have used the 32Gb version of this sd for my gopro 7 black recording at 1080p 60fps also a dash cam that records 1080p 30fps.... i had em for a few months. i have filled them and formated t… see more I believe these are 10MB/second based on the class 10 printed on them. The numner ten with the circle around it also the price. I have used the 32Gb version of this sd for my gopro 7 black recording at 1080p 60fps also a dash cam that records 1080p 30fps.... i had em for a few months. i have filled them and formated then a handful of times. no problems yet. here is a link thay can help. https://www.sdcard.org/developers/overview/speed_class/ see less I believe these are 10MB/second based on the class 10 printed on them. The numner ten with the circle around it also the price. I have used the 32Gb version of this sd for my gopro 7 black recording at 1080p 60fps also a dash cam that records 1080p 30fps.... i had em for a few months. i have filled them and formated then a handful of times. no problems yet. here is a link thay can help. https://www.sdcard.org/developers/overview/speed_class/
Al Bundy
· January 1, 2020
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Yes
Joseph
· August 14, 2019
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No. PSPs support 32 GB only. Up to 128 GB magic gate card. Refer to Sony or Playstation support.
James A Schecter
· April 13, 2020
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I use this in my cell phone for storage an also use one in my trail cameras for hunting an they work just fine
Brian L Craig
· January 21, 2020
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don’t blame he for saying that but it’s not true if it’s mini sd chip and what you have take mini Ed chips than it’ll fricken work
EMPCO!
· March 25, 2019
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I'm learning that certain devices require certain class cards. These ones are for Class 10, so you may need a different class card for it to work properly.
Mrs. Happy Mellish
· December 4, 2019
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If your camera uses a regular sd card, then you can use the adapter and itll work flawlessly. Just return it, one of my cards did fail in like 4 hours, so be weary of these.
Delsin Brylla
· May 18, 2019