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Reddit reviews on SanDisk 32GB Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter - 98MB/s, C10, U1, Full HD, A1, Micro SD Card - SDSQUAR-032G-GN6MA

Sentiment score: 16
Reddit mentions: 42

We found 42 Reddit mentions of SanDisk 32GB Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter - 98MB/s, C10, U1, Full HD, A1, Micro SD Card - SDSQUAR-032G-GN6MA. Here are the top ones.

Ideal for Android-based smartphones and tabletsTransfer read speeds of up to 98MB/s (Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending on host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors.)Rated A1 for faster app performance (Results may vary based on host device, app type and other factors.)UHS Speed Class U1 and Speed Class 10 for Full HD video recording and playback (Full HD (1920x1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes, and other factors.)Shockproof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and X-ray-proof (Card only)10-year limited manufacturer warranty

Found 42 comments on SanDisk 32GB Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter - 98MB/s, C10, U1, Full HD, A1, Micro SD Card - SDSQUAR-032G-GN6MA:

u/dragontamer5788 · 49 pointsr/RealTesla

While this is old news, hackaday is an incredibly reliable source and full of actual electrical-engineers.

Overall, there's no new information here, but its written by someone who actually knows electrical engineering / computer engineering. So its a better perspective.


What is unwritten, is that eMMC is among the cheapest forms of storage available. A "socket" for eMMC already exists, its called microSD cards. While your 32GB SanDisk may not be automotive-grade, you can get a decent idea for how much an eMMC costs from that.

Finding a supplier for automotive-grade eMMC in microSD form, and then providing a way for users to change-out the microSD card easily, should be a priority for Tesla engineers. This is a part that is KNOWN to wear-out over time. If you expect a car to last for 10+ years, you need to allow the eMMC card to be replaced over time.

EDIT: I did a search on Digikey. Here's a -40C to 85C (!!) extended temperature range microSD card, probably sufficient for automotive use.

u/IForgotMyPasswordGrr · 42 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

You can already buy them stupid cheap. I have two SanDisk 256GB cards I got for $33 each. One is in my Switch. The other is in a drawer until I figure out what to use it for. Maybe my PSP.

Amazon had the 400GB card on sale the other day for $46

The 512GB card was on sale yesterday for $57.

Anything small, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB can be had for like $16 or less.

128GB for like $25

400GB - $57


256GB - $38


200GB - $33


128GB - $20


64GB - $12


32GB - $7


16GB - $6


Not sure how much cheaper you expect them to get.

u/Restfulleo23 · 17 pointsr/homelab

So setting up my cluster I purchased 3 Raspberry Pis on amazon, a network switch, and a 6 port usb charger all found below:

u/jonneygee · 14 pointsr/raspberry_pi

The 32 GB card is even cheaper on Amazon right now. It’s $9.39 as of when I pressed Send.

u/Andrew8Everything · 10 pointsr/Austin

Camera: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B078B56BYJ

SD Card: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B073JWXGNT/

My car was intentionally struck in a fit of road rage a month after getting this cheapo and the other driver sped off without leaving any info. This camera proved he was 100% at fault. This $50 camera got me a $1,700 check as opposed to being shit out of luck. If you want more info on the camera, feel free to DM me or just read the Amazon page. Absolutely worth the price. I bought it in late June and drive 1 hr+ every day, the memory card just got full and is overwriting the old videos automatically.

u/Galen640 · 10 pointsr/Switch

First of all: Screen Protector. Once it's on you never notice it, doesn't hurt to get that extra safety!

I've bought 10 games so far, and I'd say get all of these because I have enjoyed them. BOTW, Splatoon 2, Sonic Mania, Rayman Legends, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (assuming you like DBZ,) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Pokken Tournament DX, Street Fighter 2 Ultra, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, and Yooka Laylee.

If I had to pick 3 for you to get to start out then I would pick Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. I think that's enough variety to keep you busy for awhile.

A carrying is always a good thing, I'd recommend This case because it's the one I use and does its job.

Accessory wise I have joycon grips which are AMAZING when playing with one joycon.

Also, the grip it comes with is trash. Get the Power A Grip it feels A LOT better in your hands.

As for SD Cards, it depends. I have a 32GB SD card. I mainly buy physical games, The extra space is for screenshots and videos, and download only games, like Sonic Mania, Yooka Laylee, etc. If you're going for digital only then get a 256GB. Sure you won't use a ton of space now, but you might a few years down the line. Also, do NOT get the official Nintendo ones. They are a RIP-OFF! Here are some nice alternatives that will get the job done for A LOT cheaper: 32 GB 64 GB 128 GB and finally 256 GB

If you have any other questions feel free to ask OP, and other (potential) switch owners!

Quick edit: sorry that some links won't be put with the text, no idea what the issue is

u/Cakiery · 9 pointsr/australia

They do and they don't. Amazon sells things directly that they stock themselves. They are also an open market place that anybody can register and sell on. Most people don't realise that. EG this SD card is sold by Amazon and a store called PC Byte.


You can see Amazon's listing on the right. But because the third party is cheaper it becomes the main listing. Amazon is selling it for $20, while the other store is selling it for $17.

tl;dr It depends on the product.

u/spaceballsrules · 7 pointsr/MotoG

The Extreme is better in every way. Faster read/write and optimized for shooting in 4K. It's only $6 more. Just be sure to get the one that is rated U3/A1/V30.

If you do opt for the Ultra, just be sure that it is the one that is rated A1, so it is optimized for use with smartphone apps.

u/ignition386 · 6 pointsr/MotoG

(4) probably refers to the card speed class. Class 4 is the slowest microSD card speed, and Maxell isn't really a top-performing brand.

Suggest getting a Class 10 (UHS-I) card from Samsung or Sandisk. Both have 32GB cards for $13 on Amazon.



u/tylerdanielson · 4 pointsr/homeassistant

That depends on how early you want to start. There are a lot of different components at play here, but each one is using the bare minimum of each.

Personally, I would start simple with building a base Home Assistant server.

  • Raspberry Pi Starter Kit $70
  • 32gb Micro SD card $8
  • Micro SD Card/USB Reader $8

    Once you have your equipment, install Hass.IO using the Raspberry Pi 3 instructions.

    Home Assistant does a great job of walking you through the steps. It is really easy, especially if starting with a fresh install.

    From here, you now have Home Assistant running and you can play around with installing all of the various components. I highly recommend taking some time to learn the basic mechanics of adding equipment.

    From there, I have done a ton of trial and error in JavaScript and HTML using W3Schools. My suggestion: come up with what you want to do, start small, and build from it.

    In my case, I wanted two separate websites on one screen. DAKBoard on the top, and my Home Assistant front end on the bottom. This told me iframe, so I started here, which allowed me to do live trial and error. Eventually, I built myself up to using Repl.it for trial and error, but that's jumping ahead.

    Once I got my iframes working out, I actually used Dakboard's instruction on how to build a wall display that automatically boots into a webpage.

    The final step is to put your new webpage on Home Assistant's built in web server. Simply create a folder "www" under your "config" folder, add your new html page there, and direct your new wall panel to it's address.

    tl;dr - start small, come up with a goal, and build up to it in pieces trying different things along the way.
u/IsItPluggedInPro · 3 pointsr/ShittyTechSupport

I also don't know if you are serious, and this sub isn't for real advice, but nonetheless, here's how you can do it.

  1. Get one or more of a simple, easy to use mp3 player such as the SanDisk Clip Jam.

  2. Buy a name-brand (such as SanDisk, Samsung, or Kingston) microSDHC card up to 32 GB.

  3. Buy songs/tracks as DRM-free AAC files from iTunes and MP3s from Amazon.com. The tracks/files from those two services do not rely on having an account anywhere after you download them.

  4. Download and save the the tracks/files from iTunes and/or Amazon MP3 somewhere on your computer.

  5. Copy the files to the microSD card.

  6. Insert the microSD card into the player.

  7. Give the player to your parents.

  8. Show them how to use the player. Show how them to insert and remove the microSD card. To give them additional or different songs, exchange microSD cards with them as needed or give them additional microSD cards as needed.


  9. Install Chrome on their computer.

  10. Install and configure the Chrome Remote Desktop add-on on their conputer and your own computer.

  11. Test Chrome Remote Desktop to control their computer from your computer. You will use it at the very least to assist them if they have questions/need help.

  12. Show them how to how to use mp3 player and how to connect it to their computer.

  13. Either:

  14. Use Chrome Remote Desktop to connect and control their computer and using an account of your choice, open Amazon MP3 or iTunes, and buy and download the tracks.

  15. Or, teach them how to buy and download the tracks. Amazon and iTunes lets you create sub accounts that you control, so you could create a sub account for your parents and load money into it.

  16. Have them connect the MP3 player to the computer.

  17. Either transfer the tracks over to the player using remote control, or teach your parents how to do that.
u/qwertylerqw · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Nope. SD cards can only be used for one console. Buy a 64 GB or 32 GB SD card because they aren’t very expensive and you don’t need much more than that for a game every now and then

u/goldsaturn · 2 pointsr/snes

I've had good luck with this SD card for MSU1 stuff:

It has an A1 "Application Performance Class" which specifies a minimum level of random access performance which is a better indicator that's it's going to work for MSU1 stuff. That's distinct from the speed class (class 4, class 10) which is the sustained read/write speed. I tried buying cards off the supported list, but I ended up getting cards from a different batch with worse random access performance that wouldn't work.

u/ShadowedPariah · 2 pointsr/wyzecam

I've had all 7 of my cards running 24/7 since December of 2017. (Almost 12k hours).

u/Tim-in-CA · 2 pointsr/wyzecam

Just had my Sandisk card fail after about two years use. Need to call for warranty support. Supposed to have 10 year warranty.


u/Shadow118 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Out of curiosity, but what’s the biggest Micro SD Card that’s compatible with the Switch?

Sandisk Ultra 32GB Micro SDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter - 98MB/s U1 A1 - SDSQUAR-032G-GN6MA https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073JWXGNT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_oQUNBbRM976TE

I came across this size, but wasn’t sure if there was anything higher I could go with...

u/stan_qaz · 2 pointsr/pihole

I tried using an older Pi to host my pi-hole and compared it to a newer 3b+ and found no real difference in DNS lookups, but updates and the web interface were a lot slower and some things would run out of memory on the really old Pi. Ordered a second 3b+ and replaced the old Pi.

Power supply quality is critical, get a good one from Adafruit or Canakit.

A case is important to protect the Pi from damage, something simple is good enough, a dog-bone style works well and is a bit cooler if you have a safe place to mount the Pi, a more fully enclosed one is safer if the Pi is going to be banging around with a bunch of other stuff. Cooler really doesn't matter in a home install unless you are going to add something to your Pi that will cause it to run hot, fans, heatsinks and such really aren't needed.

SD cards are cheap, Samsung or Sandisk 32 GBs are excellent and you save pennies by going cheaper or smaller.

For Ethernet there is little difference in cables for the lengths you'll be using, and standard cable will work, get one a couple feet longer than the minimum and you'll have slack to work with.

So Pi, power supply, case, SD card and Ethernet cable will get you set up with a very nice Pi-hole.

u/FD4L · 2 pointsr/3DS

You can purchase it however/whenever you like but i suggested amazon because I found their price on small electronic goods to always be very competitive. Purchasing from a local retailer you'll likely end up paying a premium price and i read further down that you're an Aussi so that premium might be ridiculous compared to what people in NA pay.


Did you decide on where you are going to purchase your 3ds XL? I know amazon often offers the SNES edition at a good price. Here are some amazon AUS links for what were discussing, hope it helps.






Edit: To save you a click; The New 3DSXL is listed at $290 AUSD and the 32GB micro SD is $13.59

u/Remyhawk · 2 pointsr/3DS

Hello friends,

I'm getting my first new 2DS XL and was hoping for some recommendations on SD cards. I was looking at the following:



I was looking at these two things, although the official Nintendo site recommends the Sandisk Extreme which is:


but it's slightly more expensive than the original Sandisk one I posted so if the original one works, I would rather go with that.

But those were my ideas. Maybe if someone has a better recommendation or can confirm these are the best ways to go? Also, I notice that people are using even bigger cards as long as they're formatted properly, is there a recommendation for those and how hard would it be to reformat it properly? It sounds way more convenient than having multiple 32gb cards to swap!

Thanks again!

u/samratsamanta7 · 2 pointsr/PocoPhones

A simple recommendation is buy only genuine SD cards. Fake one can damage your device. Use Amazon or other reliable online sites because you will get replacement if anything wrong goes with your SD card.


u/VirtuousNerO · 1 pointr/Overwatch

That's a very good point actually. I haven't thought about the quality of the SD the card. What kind of SD card are you using for reference? Pretty sure this is what he has https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B073JWXGNT/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_asin_title_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/MiRIr · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

I think we agree, but I'm not sure if we understand each other. I was saying if you go to a page like this that shows a list of all the vendors and choose Amazon, you're pretty much guaranteed to get a legitimate card. A lot of these vendors are reputable, but they may be fallible, especially the ones with lower/no feedback.

u/koalakid12 · 1 pointr/GearVR

for my memory card I'm using [this] (https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B073JWXGNT/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1)

And yeah I formatted it, same with the camera itself - I'm transferring with the USB cable it came with

u/pathartl · 1 pointr/miniSNESmods

Not all SD cards are created equal. Unfortunately due to limitations with the R16 CPU in the classics, some SD cards will cause the system to hang. I have wiped out the compatible microSD card list and have started fresh. I've only verified two so far that are compatible and remain stable:



u/cmthunbe · 1 pointr/3dshacks

Hello, I recently ordered this exact product:


with this micro sd card:


The problem I am having is getting the thing to run. I am using this card with a 2ds that is already running boot9strap powered Custom Firmware, so I got the r4 to run DS games. When I insert the card + MicroSD into my device and run it, the screen flashes white once and then stays black.

I'm very confused on how to work this product and what files I need. Please help!

u/_StatesTheObvious · 1 pointr/needadvice

I hope they help you in your evidence collecting! A few more tidbits of advice:

  • If pointed out a window, the infrared lights used to see in the dark tend to reflect on the glass at night and ruin the view.
  • They're meant for indoor use, so if the weather isn't nice... don't leave them unprotected outside.
  • You have to buy an SD card ($13 on Amazon) in order to record continuous video. The free cloud storage only records when it detects motion or sound based on your settings.

    If you have any questions, I have several of these cameras and can answer in PMs.
u/Rot10Crotch · 1 pointr/regina

Damn forgot about the micro SD Card 32 GB is $18.00. so add another $20.00 to make it $130.00.

u/Pandatotheface · 1 pointr/technology


Go lookup basically any item that has multiple size or colour options where some are available for prime are others aren't.

Or lookup any item that has some competitors.

The prime items are always more expensive.

And half of the prime items I don't even get decent delivery times on any more.

u/MistaBobobo · 1 pointr/3DS

I always buy name brand tech, for something like this I can afford there’s no reason to go cheap. I did a bit of research and this guy on YT who uses the same Poké Ball 2DS I’m getting has this specific kind which others seem to like: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073JWXGNT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Xq8UDbTJ981QC

$8 is nothing, it’d be a lifetimes worth of storage space for me basically and I do have a list of digital games I wanna get. It’s gonna be my last handheld system and it looks cool so may as well go all out and go big lol.

I guess I may as well prepare, let’s say I get the card I linked above and it arrived before my DS does in the mail, does it need to be reformatted or something? Can I basically have it replace my current N3DSXL’s SD so when the time comes for the system transfer it’ll be all ready? Sorry for playing 20 Questions with you, I do appreciate everything you’d told me!

u/JustinIsHereToo · 1 pointr/WiiHacks

Just purchased this Sandisk 32GB card for about $9 prime 1 day shipping.

u/madnyss001 · 1 pointr/wyzecam

These are about $8, I have them installed on my cameras and have not had a issue.

SanDisk 32GB Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter - 98MB/s, C10, U1, Full HD, A1, Micro SD Card - SDSQUAR-032G-GN6MA https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073JWXGNT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_cPuBDb20031TA

u/PianoNyan · 1 pointr/homedefense

Ok, gonna make some assumptions here but the underlying thought process should be somewhat applicable. If the budget doesn't permit a professional security contractor then this is what I would do "on a strict budget" and recognizing that there are features/some level of reliability you ARE giving up in doing this...

Your quoted 400,000 square feet is 3 floors high but assuming it's all one big 'warehouse' which computes to 630' x 630'. Obviously, that's a huge fucking amount of space but here's my thought - if you are truly just trying to get something adequate for long enough to get things out of it then it might make sense to do reactive surveillance rather than active surveillance of the site.

Bare bones, you need access to a power source at each place you want to do this but.... you could just put one of these Wyze Cams with a 32 GB microSD Card at (approximately ~$30/camera + card setup) at each point of ingress/egress & set them to recording continuously to the card. Obviously, if someone who breaks in sees the camera and knows how it works, they could grab the camera and/or SD card and you are shit out of luck... you could put it outside of reasonable reach or obscure it from obvious view. Either way, this is JUST a local backup solution. Also, Disclaimer: I'm not certain if you actually need an internet connection to be constantly present for Wyze cams to keep recording/function - they definitely do local storage on a 24 hour rolling basis but - you'll have to do some research here to know for certain.

You could then just get some cheap contact screamer alarms for each doorway and just disable them when people are there working who are SUPPOSED to be there so everyone doesn't go nuts. .

Moving from "slightly above the barebones" if you wanted active connection/active surveillance capabilities you could:

  • Set up a consumer wifi mesh network such as google wifi and deploy wifi cameras + wifi contact sensors...

    It's extremely hard to know the layout but, if it's a giant open warehouse you might be able to get away with buying less of these nodes than, say, in a house filled with drywall and with all kinds of things impeding line of sight between the wifi pucks. You can get decent deals on these systems at places like Costco or Sam's Club at around $270 for four of them. Frankly, I'd be surprised if you needed more than 12 but even at that amount you're talking about $1200 to get a wifi network blanketing your entire floor plan.

    from there, I'd get the same wyzecam and microSD card setup at $40/camera as outlined above + some wyze sensors or some wifi contact sensors like these. at about $20/door and including an alarm in the sensor - definitely do more research than i just did about what might work best for your situation insofar as wifi contact sensor + alarm devices.

    My thought here is, this will give you local storage of video 24/7 on the camera itself + uploaded clips of motion detected on the cameras to your phone and saved in the cloud + a physical alarm that also doubles as a push notification sensor when the door/window/whatever is moved that can also go to your phone.

    When you are done, the Google Wifi System could be easily repurposed (probably at multiple locations unless you frequently deal with huge square footage like this). That, and your total cost is south of $3000 (at most & if you have a shit load of doors/windows!). If you want higher quality wifi cameras go with Arlo or something like the Blink system but your costs are going to balloon quickly as those cameras are not cheap.

    Alright, hopefully that gets you somewhere! good luck, man!
u/thas_speldrong · 1 pointr/wyzecam

I have THESE in 6 cameras and haven't had any issues.

EDIT: Just noticed it's the same card posted up there =P