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Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2019
The main difference from this and a cheaper SanDisk Ultra, is this card is a U3 and the Ultra is U1. The U3 allows for faster installs and may save a few seconds on load times. The only reason I choose this card at the time was that it was on sale for only $3 more. I also get the awesome design along with 4x the storage space.
For those wondering why the free space on the card read 119, it is because of the way gigabytes are calculated.
The package has 1gb equaling 1,000,000,000 bytes. Really 1gb is 1,073,741,824 bytes. That 73,741,824 bytes (73.7 megabytes) missing per gigabyte. That really adds up.
All SD card and USB stick manufacturers use this calculation method; not just Sandisk.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for the Switch, if you can find it on sale
By Kris.l on February 11, 2019
The main difference from this and a cheaper SanDisk Ultra, is this card is a U3 and the Ultra is U1. The U3 allows for faster installs and may save a few seconds on load times. The only reason I choose this card at the time was that it was on sale for only $3 more. I also get the awesome design along with 4x the storage space.
For those wondering why the free space on the card read 119, it is because of the way gigabytes are calculated.
The package has 1gb equaling 1,000,000,000 bytes. Really 1gb is 1,073,741,824 bytes. That 73,741,824 bytes (73.7 megabytes) missing per gigabyte. That really adds up.
All SD card and USB stick manufacturers use this calculation method; not just Sandisk.
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