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Reddit reviews on SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A)

Sentiment score: 49
Reddit mentions: 180

We found 180 Reddit mentions of SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A). Here are the top ones.

MicroSDXC form factorPerformance/speed:Up to 90MB/s read speed, write speed lower)Capacity: 200GBClass 10 for Full HD video (1920x1080)

Found 180 comments on SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A):

u/crackerjam · 82 pointsr/funny

If it helps make you more uncomfortable, you can get a 200GB card of the same size for $100 on Amazon right now.

u/CapitalQ · 49 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Full offer rules here. As OP mentioned, it can't be applied to video games.

I just used it to bring the SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSD down to $61.32, effectively giving you 72GB more for $21 over the usual $40/128GB options.

u/spaghetti_taco · 44 pointsr/pics

I remember someone announcing it, but I couldn't find a consumer version for sale. Do you know who it was or have a link? I did find 200GB MicroSD cards, those are readily available via Amazon.

u/JUMPhil · 36 pointsr/nintendo

Remember 200 GB cards are only $70

u/KingofBullion · 28 pointsr/Surface

Rather than click the link and give them affiliate money (thanks for the spam!) just go to this link, affiliate spam free:


u/iFeliLM · 23 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

To be honest it's far too high of a price. I bought this one: Sandisk 200GB MicroSDXC for just $50 about 1.5 months ago. Granted it's now at $77 on Amazon (though cheaper from other sellers, but be careful about counterfeits).

Still, at $77 you get a much better value instead of paying $50 for another 56GB. If you wait for it to go back down in price you can fetch it for $40-$50 which is much more reasonable (1/3 to 1/4 the price).

No problems on my end with the SanDisk :D

Edit: Updating price.

u/Dehumanizing · 14 pointsr/de

>Daher meine Frage an alle, die unterwegs viel Musik hören: Wie macht ihr das so?

200GB MicroSD, mit über 17000 Tracks ist da auch mehr als genug Auswahl geboten. Wenns noch mehr sein darf, kannst du dir ja ne 256GB-Karte holen, die sind aber im Vergleich zur 200GB-Variante relativ teuer.

u/mundozeo · 12 pointsr/Switch

Be mindful of what accessories you personally need. People needs are different. The only global accessories that seem to be useful to everyone:

  1. A screen protector. This applies to pretty much any tablet accessory where the screen is not covered by design (like the 3DS clam shell). This is the one I got and it works well ($9.00):


  2. A carrying case. Being portable, odds are you will want to take it out at some point. Seeing it's an expensive piece of hardware, it makes sense to have a case to put everything in it for protection. You can buy the neat ones with colors and crazy designs and space, but for me, this basic one works perfectly fine ($13.00):


  3. An extra charger. Unless you already have a Type C charger, you will likely want to get one. Usually goes for $15.00.


  4. If, and ONLY if you plan to get your games digitally, you WILL want an additional memory card. The one I paste below has enough space for at least 20 games given the average game space that we've seen so far (BoTW takes 14 GB, but Mario Odyssey takes 5.5 Gb, so in average, it evens out.). Note this is only the games you can have installed at a time, you can always remove one or more if you want to download another one, and games you purchase digitally will always be available for re download as long as the eshop exists.


    Any other accessory should REALLY be considered on a need-to basis. Not everyone needs a pro controller (depending on the games you play, I've been fine without it with only BoTW, Mario Kart, Fate/Extella and Mario+Rabbids.), and not everyone needs an extra, improved stand/dock.

    Finally, do some research on what games you will actually want to play. What I've seen is that games on the switch are NOT cheap, and unless you have extra disposable income, buying a game you don't really play can lower your overall appreciation of the system. Not only that, but because releases are sparse at the moment, it's easier to jump into the hype in order to keep using your shiny new hardware. Though that really applies to any console.
u/Fifthdread · 10 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Honestly I got the 200gb Sandisk here. It's probably the best value since the 256 is WAY more money. Anything more than this is a waste of cash IMO unless it's indeed true that the Switch's SD card reader can read/write blazing fast- even then, I can't justify any more cost than this.

u/Jrrolomon · 10 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I didn't find it condescending at all. I found it helpful. I learned about which USB-c cable to buy from the comments. Thanks. Looking into memory cards now.

Edit. I ended up buying this one. SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_WqgRybN7CZK0A

u/bilinz · 9 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

You can also get this one but I would recommend spending the few extra bucks on the other one

u/PagingThroughMinds · 9 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

The Moto Z costs 699.99. Let us assume the mod is 40 bucks. 739.98. I need to play four player multiplayer. 739.98 4 = 2959.92
Seems pretty reasonable. For the Switch, I'll need eight pro controllers, (These TINY and UNUSABLE Joy-Cons (What were they thinking with that name?) are not enough) so 69.99
8 + 299.99 = 859.91. Next, we need 7 more sets of Joycons, plus charging grips. (The layout of those Pro Controllers is awful. No analog triggers in 2017?) 859.91 + (109.98 7) = 1629.77. Okay, let's throw in 10 docks (How am I supposed to get the console experience without one in every square foot of my home?). 1629.77 + (89.99 10) = 2529.67. Okay, so next we're going to need a LOAD of battery packs. Here's a 20,000 mAh pack (https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pocket-Juice-20000-mAh/183293926) that might (This is Nintendo!) work. 34.88 10 + 2529.67 = 2878.47. Oops, we forgot a microSD! 200 GB (Too small! We'll need four. https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultra-200GB-Micro-SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=pd_bxgy_147_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00V62XBQQ&pd_rd_r=YD4130B9T4VM4YRJHRSS&pd_rd_w=6v0nI&pd_rd_wg=IzihV&psc=1&refRID=YD4130B9T4VM4YRJHRSS) for 89.95. 89.95 4 + 2878.47 = 3238.39. Outrageous! Fake news! Sad! This costs more, and doesn't even have a SIM card slot. Well, I guess Nintendo will soon be pulling out of the market! Good riddance! 1/10 CNET

u/lanceailleurs · 8 pointsr/Filmmakers

I just tested on Amazon.ca and prices for the same products are about the same. Without mention of a rebate/sale.

32GB= 15$CAN
200GB= 139,99CAN

consistent with the USD to CAD exchange rate of 1,36CAD for 1USD.

u/ZenigameX · 7 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

It's a pretty normal price on Amazon. From its price history, it didn't stay at 90$ for long.

u/dreamsforgotten · 6 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

Nand technology is very different from how a hdd operates. The hdd actually houses mechanical parts and a spinning disk. If you look how ssd hdd is half the size of a standard hdd. It also uses nand technology. The person who created that meme obviously never came across this .

Edit: to further answer your question, the nand cells they store data on are stacked on each other in a tiny space and the rest of the card is the interface to interact with peripherals. Not only are they shrinking in size, but the read/write speeds are increasing.

u/fyzbo · 6 pointsr/Surface

But then amazon gets the extra. Instead go to this link and donate to a charity:


u/americosg · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

These are for Micro SD cards, note that it has a hindge in the left so there should be 2 spots under it. With this card holder setup + the Switch itself one could have:

5 x 128 GB Micro SD Cards for a total of 640 GB for 200 Dollars.


5x 200 GB Micro SD card for a total of 1000 GB for 325 dollars.


Any combination of Micro SD cards that meet your specific storage demands.

Note: 128 GB is the top capacity validated according to rumors. however like in the 3ds the Switch likely supports bigger SD cards. Also the prices of flash media are going down so this will be cheaper in the future. Furthermore I didn't include 256 GB Micro SD cards because I didn't find any with a reasonable price.

u/SIThereAndThere · 5 pointsr/GalaxyS7

Alright I got a technical question.

I ordered a SanDisk Extreme PRO 64GB link

Read: Up to 95MB/s

Write: Up to 90MB/s

So won't this be ideal for a snappy phone speeds from an SD card for both 4k and general use?


Compared to the current offer Actual amazon link

The product description doesn't give a clear indication of write speeds (vs the 1st product I listed) but from the useful Amazon Comments I got:

Sequential Read : 45.93 MB/s

Sequential Write : 14.7 MB MB/s

^(thanks /u/ekol for the correct read/write speeds)

So wouldn't the 64gig Extreme pro be ideal for 4k recording and general speediness?

u/ekol · 5 pointsr/GalaxyS7

Mate you copy and pasted the wrong information :

That information is for:
>CrystalDiskMark 3.0 - PNY U3 Turbo Performance 32GB High Speed MicroSDHC - P-SDU32GU390G-GE
Sequential Read : 90.912 MB/s
Sequential Write : 54.702 MB/s

Speed benchmark for the 200gb sandisk via this site is:

45.93 MB/s read and 24.33 MB/s write for sequential in CDM

ATTO picture on the right tops out at 15 MB/s write speed writing larger files and 40+ MB/s read speed

edit: another customer review http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/review/B00V62XBQQ/R23QSX1C2N3LKY?ref_=glimp_1rv_cl at 83 MB/s read and 14.7 MB/S write

And another with a CDM http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/review/B00V62XBQQ/R2VEZ2XWKOTMDU?ref_=glimp_1rv_cl NFI how to interpret as his SEQQ32T1 is 26ish MB/S but SEQ is 60MB/S

/u/Nilzzz reports 19MB/S sequential write

u/Caos2 · 5 pointsr/Android

Amazon link. Note that 128 GB is the sweet spot for GBs/dollar.

u/cpitchford · 5 pointsr/technology

How does this differ from this SanDisk 200gb MicroSD available since March 2015?

Article Jun 29, 2015.. oh.

u/MBoTechno · 4 pointsr/Android

Holy shit, you're right. I had the price of the 128 GB in mind.

The 200 GB SanDisk MicroSD card (the only legit one that exists) is $100.

u/veni_vidi_vale · 4 pointsr/headphones

Pioneer XDP100 often goes down to $300 on Amazon, and sometimes down to $250. It does everything you want it to do, and has all the bells and whistles you could want in a DAP (Android for streaming audio, 2 micro SDXC slots, ES9018K2M DAC, zero floor noise even with finicky IEMs, great SQ, DSD capable, supports MQA (sorry /u/Arve) has bluetooth, has a great UI (essentially Android) and plays video too.

Its only major con is that it has decent (but not great) battery life. Also it puts out a max of 75mW per channel at 32 ohms, so obviously not for those high impedance headphones.

Why do I say it is a bargain? I bought mine for full price when it first came out after running through a bunch of Sony internet-enabled DAPs (didnt really love any of them) and I still think it was absolutely worth it. I have two of these loaded up in the SD card slots, so my storage capacity is 432GB, which is more than enough for my needs. I use one SD card to store Tidal + Spotify files offline, another for my music collection, and the on-board memory for a movie or two in case I get bored.

The reason the XDP100 is discounted is because it is now discontinued and replaced by the XDP300. It is exactly the same as the Onkyo DPX1, except the Onkyo is balanced and has twice the output power.

You will need to be patient, but if the XDP100 goes down to $250 again at that price it isn't a deal, it's a steal .

u/EricHerboso · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

I bought a different model back when I bought a Switch at launch. It's now also at the $59.99 price, also 200GB. (Mine is the SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A; the OP is the SDSQUAR-200G-GN6MA.)

I have had no problems with my micro sd card. It's worked as advertised from the day I bought it (March 2017) to today and I'm completely happy with continuing to use this sd card in my Switch.

However, I should note that the OP's linked sd card has a 10% increased read/write speed than the one I use. I'm not sure if the Switch hardware takes advantage of this increase, though. If you're looking for reliability, you may want to look at buying the card I use. But I don't have any experience with the OP's sd card, so I don't know if the 10% increase in read/write speed makes a difference worth pursuing, especially given that they have the same price.

u/zephyrus256 · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

You definitely don't need to get an SD card before you turn on your Switch for the first time, but it's definitely something you'll want to do sooner rather than later if you prefer buying digital. If you really want to max out the storage, I'd go with [this one.] (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00V62XBQQ/) It's a 200 GB SanDisk card that goes for around $70. If you don't think you'll need quite that much and want a somewhat better price per gig, 128 GB cards regularly go on sale for $40 at Amazon or other retailers.

u/geekblz · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I’m definitely downloading. Going all digital. Be sure you pick up a microSDXC card! I got this one…


u/Masterjts · 3 pointsr/starcitizen

256 for 200 bucks LOL

you can get 200gb for about 35 bucks (if you catch it on sale.)

u/wr3ck3dd · 3 pointsr/buildapcsales

If you have Prime and Primenow works in your area you can get this for $49.99 - $15.00 via code 15OFFNOW. https://primenow.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ?m=A7MNGN1UMCFXT&qid=1480326403

u/SexCauldr0n · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I think I'm going to get this 200 GB micro SD It's not as good of a deal as the 128gb cards, but it's not as insanely expensive as the 256 GB cards.

u/ggKevin · 3 pointsr/gadgets

Here's a 200GB Micro SD card for $78. Now compare that to iPhone's +$200 premium for the same amount of storage.

u/Denis63 · 3 pointsr/AndroidMasterRace

Have you seen the price difference between the 16gb and 128gb models?

Apple charges 649$ for the 16gb model, and if you want the 128gb model, you're out 849$

so thats 112gb more for ONLY 200$! WHAT A DEAL! thats only 0.56$ PER GIGABYTE!

lets compare.

Oh. Well shit. Thats 0.395$ per gigabyte.

u/jra_samba_org · 3 pointsr/audiophile

Yeah, I've been a big iBasso fan for a while. I've owned the DX50, DX90 and now the DX80 (never had one of the older DX100's). The sound is really good out of these. Firmware always a bit flakey, but they take RockBox and finally with the latest 1.5.2 firmware the DX80 copes with indexing 400GB of music correctly :-).



I'm a big fan.

u/Sempuukyaku · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

What's hilarious about his argument, is that the consumer saves a ton in the end by just getting a micro SD card as opposed to relying on Nintendo to add the amount of NAND memory he wants. You can get a 200gb MicroSD card right now for $76 bucks

He thinks adding 200 extra gb in NAND memory for Switch will result in a $76 dollar retail price increase? LOL.

u/Pyro62S · 3 pointsr/Games

Are you serious right now? Here's a micro SD card with 200 GB of storage. Its dimensions are 0.04 x 0.59 x 0.43 inches, and it weighs 0.3 ounces. GTA V would fit on this thing like three times over.

u/Just_made_this_now · 3 pointsr/newzealand

Not sure, but don't see why not. Though if you're thinking of getting a higher capacity one, then Amazon is much cheaper, especially when on sale.

128GB ones are about 50 USD incl. shipping normally.

Samsung Evo Plus 128GB

SanDisk Ultra 128GB

PNY Elite 128GB

For a 200GB one, currently 75 USD incl. shipping :

SanDisk Ultra 200GB

FWIW, I bought a 32GB Samsung Evo+ a week or so ago from The Warehouse for $15 ($20 atm) - it's $22 "on sale" at PB.

u/Shhh_ImHiding · 3 pointsr/gadgets

Ah, more money to spend then, great.

Edit: also if you mean a card like this https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultra-200GB-Micro-SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A/dp/B00V62XBQQ be aware it doesn't really blow any HDD. Speeds are great(90MB/s read) sure but nothing that blows it away while still being 5x more expensive than an HDD in price per GB. Btw, don't mistake this as me wanting an HDD in the Switch, that would be extremely dumb. Just that 32GB is extremely limited and after buying a console I really don't want to have to buy a microSD card so I can actually store things in it. Still, better have the option than to not have

u/flipdark95 · 3 pointsr/Games

How are microSDs extremely expensive storage? Unless you're going for the latest cards that have a whopping 500gbs of storage on them, at most you can get a 128gb one for about $70 dollars depending on where you go. Even 200gb ones are under $100 dollars on Amazon.

u/Haney0713 · 3 pointsr/nintendo

Would this Micro Sd Card be a good one for the switch?


u/sf49ers65 · 2 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

I have a three of these cards (one in my Note, my Sony Walkman mp3 player, and my Switch) and I haven't had any issue with any of them.

200GB SanDisk Micro SD

u/Caelrie · 2 pointsr/galaxynote4

You said the Galaxy s4 was limited to 64gb.


You need to rethink what you believe you know about this.

And whaddya know! The newest 200gb cards work on both S3s and S4s.


u/MatPaget · 2 pointsr/photography

I know this is photography, but you have all been so helpful that I thought I'd ask...

I'm looking to capture a fair amount of video using a Blackmagic Video Assist, and I was wondering if the following memory card would be a good choice?


I'm looking to shoot at 1080p60 MAX. Here are the suggested memory cards:


As far as I can tell, the difference between the memory card I want and the one they suggest is that mine has a max write speed of 90mb/s, while the SanDisk Extreme Pro has a max of 95 mb/s. Is that okay, though?

u/Warpslide · 2 pointsr/Surface

Recently purchased a Sandisk 200GB MicroSD card for my new SP4.

It was pointed out that the card has slow write speeds. For those interested, I ran CrystalDiskMark on the card both before and after enabling Bitlocker.

Still on sale at amazon.ca for those interested

u/Chris_skeleton · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

That microSD card isn't on that deep of a discount. Amazon has it for $69 and you can look at CamelCamelCamel to see price history. Honestly, you can get 128gb for ~$30 and that is probably more than enough.

u/tasteslikefun · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Thanks for the tip off for NZ too.
I thought for sure you must have been exaggerating, glad you looked into it!
For anyone else who wants to compare;


US$70 = ~NZ$100

We're getting screwed enough in NZ on the price of the console as it is.

u/Gyoin · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I bought it for $66 on amazon a couple weeks ago actually.

Edit: Bought this, was a little cheaper the other day

u/killbot0224 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

MicroSD is cheaper in capacities that it offers I think, but you can always use the adaptor.

But if you want to go to 512GB, there's no Micro option.

200GB for $50-60 though pretty nice tho. Didn't realize the price had come down this much.


u/DasNiche · 2 pointsr/Surface

So even though this one is rated at 90MB/s, you're saying that it will only transfer ~20MB/s on the Surface?


u/A_Gris · 2 pointsr/3dshacks

Have fun with the 64, should be a satisfying upgrade, I'm personally filled up on my 64 and am debating buying a 200 because I'm a horrible person and want to install just about every game I see.

u/Zeusie92 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I have bought this micro SD card but I would like to know if the read/write speed is sufficient enough to be able to use it (since there do exist a faster version of this card)

Will I be okay with that micro SD card that I just linked above?

u/Kevpup01 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

the 256GB card won't go on sale enough to make it a better value than the 128GB card. if you really want more than 128GB maybe consider this 200GB cardhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=psdc_3015433011_t1_B01G7L03OS

u/MrAxlee · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS7

Read/write speeds on a microSD are considerably slower - for example this 200GB Sandisk card that a large amount of people jumped on when buying their S7 (it was reduced a lot on release and is the highest storage you can get on the S7) has transfer speeds of 90MB/s - pretty high, but not nearly as fast as your internal storage (trying to find speeds now), so with apps spread across both your internal and what was your external storage, will be generally slower.

u/beverageninja · 2 pointsr/Switch

I picked up this 200 GB Micro SD card on Amazon and it's been working great! Best bang for your buck.

u/EatAPhallic · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Got two 200 GB Sandisk Micro SDs. One for myself and one for my sister. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_0G6LybXKYMVBV

I didn't go crazy buying high speed cards. Have a look at Nintendo's Micro SDs being sold in Japan. https://assets.pcmag.com/media/images/531257-nintendo-switch-branded-micro-sd-cards.jpg?thumb=y&width=810&height=456

The one I bought matches the speed of Nintendo's proprietary Micro SDs and has 3x the storage.

u/JosephLeo · 2 pointsr/RetroGamePorn

Or funny to think how if you got just two large modern games with all DLC, say something like Battlefield 4, and Grand Theft Auto V you've just used up just as much space as all of those thousands of games on every game console and handheld released before the PS1, Neo Geo, PS2, GameCube, and Xbox.

Also funny to think that with a 200GB microSDXC card you can fit the entire library of thousands of games on the NES, SNES, N64, GB, GBC, GBA, Sega SMS, Genesis, and Game Gear libraries in a portable device that fits in your pocket that lasts for hours...with room to spare....for about $135.


$114.99 - Sandisk 200 GB microSDXC Card

$19.99 - BEBONCOOL Wireless Bluetooth Control for Android (I love this one because it fits in my pocket when not in use)


I bought those just recently, still waiting for them in the mail. Who needs a 3DS! I can't wait until I can fit the GameCube & PS1 libraries on my phone. Maybe I can do a dropbox thing...are there any good emulators for mobile for them?

u/Zedelot · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Just go with any of the known brands. Sandisk is one that's not too expensive and reliable. Samsung is another and I would probably do kingston if you want nothing higher than 64Gbs, I myself running this card for all my digital only needs.

u/lectric_loogaboo · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I went for a Sandisk 200GB microSD when it was $62.99. I felt it was the best bang for buck without having to struggle with storage space in the near future.

Yes, the smaller the card, the better price per gb but if I'm just going to end up swapping out microSD I'd rather just buy the physical carts.

And please, do not buy from a third-party seller if you go through Amazon. A legit 256GB is NOT going to be $20.

u/Ineffablemo · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS7

I know you said you're getting a 64 gig, just incase you're interested in a 200 gig card.. Here link


u/ElementaryHufflepuff · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

200GB cards seem to have the best storage to price ratio and can be found for around $70. The cost really starts to spike when you get to 256GB and up.


u/silentdaze · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch


$69.65 now, was $65 when I got it

90/mbs read, but slower write speed. I don't think the write speed will be slow enough to matter, read is more important

u/DrakonLitshed · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I got This one from amazon. The price jump from the 200 to the 256 is way to big for the difference in space imo, hopefully this one will last a good while.

u/rube · 2 pointsr/Axon7

The card I have:


As for the actual method to get this to work, I don't know. It gave me the option to format as internal, but may not always work that way.

This method posted on XDA is similar to how I got AS working on my LG G3:


u/OkImJustSayin · 2 pointsr/newzealand

Well I was looking at 200gb myself, as my s7 has Max SD capacity of 200gb. It's $109.7NZD including shipping and tax. Here. Pbtech charging $195.. Down from, get this, $500.. Lol

u/EdTOWB · 1 pointr/VitaPiracy

repeating everyones advice about avoiding offbrand, wanted to add ESPECIALLY avoid ordering offbrands from flybynight chinese sellers on ali that seem way too cheap to be true

youll almost always end up with an 8gb microsd with a 256gb sticker on it

edit: i ordered this 200gb one for around 70bux and its been great https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00V62XBQQ/

u/ME4Twaffle · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

That's the one I ordered! Got it for $5 cheaper a few weeks ago. You guys can find it here, if you're interested.

Now, technically you can get two 128GB Samsung or SanDisk cards for a bit less $/GB, but I payed a little extra for the convenience of having to carry fewer MicroSDXC's around with me. :)

u/r2deetard · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

I got this guy for $65 just a few days ago.

u/Dexan92 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Anyone in the UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00V62XBQQ/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

That is a VERY good deal right now! Saving a massive £64.61 for a 200MB SDXC!

u/hei-sen-berg · 1 pointr/Surface

I got the SanDisk Ultra 200GB from Amazon DE when it was below €60. Works pretty well, the write speeds are not the best, but it is value for money.


u/Warlord13179 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Yup, already got a 200GB one delivered the other day. Link.

u/sethroidd · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

I am using a new class 10 200GB in my Edge as well: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00V62XBQQ

u/ImAFuccboiAMA · 1 pointr/australia

Got the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge on Friday (through Telstra), this thing is amazing!

Also managed to find a decent 200gb SD card on Amazon that ships to Australia for around $93 after currency conversion and shipping costs. Looks like the price has gone up since, unfortunately, but was US$60 at the time i ordered it.

u/ClassicGameGirl · 1 pointr/AlternativeAmazonVGF

If you're looking for one, you might consider this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00V62XBQQ/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

It was only $69.99 when I bought it (and it was the day of the big thanks promo so that took another $8.63 off), and it seems to be a bit more than that now but still a pretty good deal for the amount of storage, IMHO. It's been working great in my Switch.

u/Anhs0n · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

This one seems to be the best bang for the buck from Amazon. 200GB $70. This one will work in the Switch right?

u/Skittle-Dash · 1 pointr/gadgets

It was a limited time half price, it was only 200GB, just checked. The largest micro sd they claim to be out is is 512 GB. But I don't know how fast that one is. To record HD video you need fast enough class like XC.

But if the new S8 has two micro SD slots, that would be be a TB of storage....

u/stevetb · 1 pointr/RetroPie

I use this card and it's great:


When you exit out to command line, what does it say your storage capacity is at? There is also a utility you can run in setup to expand the drive, usually it's expanded automatically after first install.

u/redditosleep · 1 pointr/Bad_Cop_No_Donut

You could simply have it set to record when it doesnt sense the bodycam in the car. If it messes up, it simply records when the officer is in the car.

I honestly don't think any of his points are valid. It needs to work under extreme conditions? They already are engineered for that its simply adding an extremely simple feature which already exists in a different way (recording when a gun is unholstered.)

If it "fails" and records all day - lets sat 10 hours - and encodes 1080p @10Mb/s x264/hevc (plenty of quality) it would record 45GB of data. Considering you can get a 200GB micro SD card for $78 this doesn't seem like a problem at all.

u/JackSparrowUSA · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Yep no probs. Here are a couple Amazon links:

Samsung 128GB 100MB/s (U3) MicroSD EVO Select Memory Card with Adapter (MB-ME128GA/AM) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XWZWYVP

SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SDXC Memory Card (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ

u/OriginalWake · 1 pointr/Android

Preparing for the release of the Note 8. I like to watch a lot of tv/movies and was looking into the 128GB/256GB micro. The Note 5 was a pain with only 32GB and I never want to deal with that again.

What's the difference between the Samsing EVO^+ & EVO Plus?

I was also looking at this SanDisk Ultra 200GB. 200GB for $100 CAD sounds to good to be true..

Anyways, I'm looking for a micro sd that's reliable, has a high capacity & decent read/write speeds. Any recommendations?

u/Ajedi32 · 1 pointr/technology

And it would only cost 1,400 $99.99 = $139,986. Well, for the storage anyway. Assuming the average song is $0.99, the music stored on the cards would cost considerably more: 37,000,000 $0.99 = $36,630,000

u/Busta_Marley · 1 pointr/gopro

I am using this 200gb micro sd in my Gopro 3 Black Edition. But for something like this you only need 16gb. It took a picture every 0.5sec.

u/ilikzfoodz · 1 pointr/apple

Current max storage in an iPad mini: 128GB

Current max storage in an iPad pro: 256GB

This is just one small example of what I'm talking about. Flash memory is tiny so space shouldn't be an issue. Now for your average user today this probably doesn't matter but they've done similar things with a variety issues in terms of features, when a line is upgraded, etc.

u/TinyZoro · 1 pointr/technology

200GB storage
5GB*16 spindle

So that micro sd is equivalent to 40 DVDs or 2.5 spindles of DVDS.

That's before we even get into the fact that all this duplicated content stored in hard copy is non-rewritable ready to eventually be buried under the ground. What a waste.

u/JPDelon · 1 pointr/vitahacks

From amazon SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SDXC Memory Card (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_GV3NzbK87W93E

u/coromd · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

Just out of interest, why not invest $70 in a 200gb microSD card (or $200 in a 512gb SD card and a microSD-SD cable if your wallet is limitless) and skip the HDD altogether? Lowers power consumption by a large amount and lowers the complexity and footprint and increases durability by removing the moving parts.

Also here's this chart about SD card compatibility with RPis

Also for syncing music I'm sure you can run an FTP server on the Pi0W and use that to synchronize music. Or if you're using a large microSD card you use the OTG port in gadget mode and set it up to let your Pi act as a USB drive (http://blog.gbaman.info/?p=699 and http://blog.gbaman.info/?p=791 though you'll need to find tutorials specifically for g_mass_storage/g_acm_ms/g_multi. Could be lots of fun if you use g_multi for g_ether and g_mass_storage and rig something up to automatically download more music when connected to your laptop. ^Though ^I ^guess ^that ^could ^also ^be ^done ^over ^WiFi... ^^nvm ^^then

u/cthasarrived · 1 pointr/Switch


Get this one, I got the 128gb model. The biggest you're gonna find is a 256gb, but it's gonna end up being a lot more expensive for gb. The 200gb provides a much better value than the 256gb.

u/Kralizec9 · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

Lots of good options out there. I'd say go for Sandisk's options. Their 128gb is twice as fast for $9 more. The 200gb version is sold out on amazon now though.


u/PoisoNFacecamO · 1 pointr/AmiiboCanada

Yes, 64GB for N3DSXL, and the Switch has a 256GB cap

I'm gonna probably go with this one for the Switch myself, haven't decided yet. 256gb cards are stupid expensive atm


u/rammsteinaregerman · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Besides size and price, what's the difference between the one you linked and this one:


I've looked at the specs and they seem to have the same speeds. I've never bought an SD card so I really don't know that much about them.

u/Tek_Nicale · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Which micro-SD card would be better for the Switch?




I keep reading that the Samsung EVO+ have some of the best read speeds for the price, but the SansDisc one advertised 90MB/s and Samsung's is 80. I'm not too familiar with all of this, so I don't know if I'm missing something that makes Samsung's better besides price.

If it matters, I plan to go all-digital for the Switch. I'd get a 256GB card but they're kinda expensive at the moment so I thought I'd get something smaller and upgrade later.

u/alienccccombobreaker · 1 pointr/Huawei

No idea but I myself am about to buy this

Maybe. Need more storage and want to load this thing up with more expandability.

u/Justice_Prince · 1 pointr/nintendo

We'll I'll be getting a SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD which is going for $69.95. A 256GB micro SD is too much right now. I considered getting a 128GB to have even more, but per GB the 200 comes out to be about the same so I figured why not get a little more.

I'm also planning on getting the Nintendo Switch Hybrid Cover. I could just buy a case to protect my screen, but this seems like it will be good for standing up my Switch at angles the kickstand doesn't

I'll be getting a USB-c cable for charging as well, but I'm might shop around a little still. The one you have picked out there looks pretty good though.

I'll probably buy a carrying case too, but I haven't settled on one yet. I might hold off a while, but I'll probably buy a second pair of Joycons, and a Pro controller too. Of course I'll have to get either a charging girp, or charging stand for that extra pair of Joycons when I get it too.

u/-IoI- · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

Sandisk Ultra 200gb UHS-I is on sale for $80 at the moment. Not seeing much talk about it, is there a major downside I'm not seeing? Reviews say speeds are fine for 4k video.

u/iKenndac · 1 pointr/canon

200Gb SD card right here. Granted it's MicroSD, but it's still part of the SD family.

I'd be really scared with 200Gb. I still max out at 16Gb normally - any more photos than that not backed up onto a computer or something makes me nervous.

u/mgerbasio · 1 pointr/Surface

It was an issue but I'm sure it has been fixed. Who knows as the sleep/power issue seems to come and go with every update. I use this one, not the fastest but it works fine for me:
It was just on sale for $60 a week ago. I think I paid $80 from the prior sale.

u/AlternateButtons · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Here's a good one. It's a Class 10 Sandisk. Pretty good quality.

it's a little more than I originally said but I've seen cheaper at my local WalMart. Micro SD cards are not that expensive.

u/Criminole77 · 1 pointr/WiiHacks

Ok I used letterbomb also, and like /u/LG9ePtxAZZSQNV8K/, I first installed it using some crappy adapter. After that I think I formatted the 128gb card, this is what I have, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00M562LOK/, and just copied the contents over from the small card to the big, and it worked.

I also cross checked this list, http://www.wiibrew.org/wiki/BootMii/SD_Card_Compatibility_List and this list http://www.wiibrew.org/wiki/SD/SDHC_Card_Compatibility_Tests to see what brands worked ect. From that I basically concluded that I would give Sandisk a try since it seemed to have the least amount of shit doesn't work columns.

I was willing to spend 50 bucks on Sandisk, if it didn't work, I just had another memory card laying around then. If i was doing it again today, I would try to go bigger if your budget allows it.

I have seen this pop up on deals from time to time, and I want to try it. https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultra-200GB-Micro-SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A/dp/B00V62XBQQ/

I just didn't want to screw with usb drives and what not, I wanted a card I plugged in and it was standalone.

u/SteelFlexInc · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Hell now we even have 200GB microSDXC cards from Sandisk SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_PUEuxb2FM7XWE

100x the space of that hard drive

u/Thrawn4191 · 1 pointr/technology

They better rethink that price, you can get a 200GB for less than a third of the price.

u/codemasterv · 1 pointr/WiiUHacks

I dont think that one is real.

A real samsung will say samsung at the top. Not "S S G" and it would not be that cheap.

To be exact on the one im using is this

Its a 200GB. I know I said 256 but its out of habit rounding that number up. There are 256 SD cards [that work] (http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Extreme-256GB-Memory-SDSDXPA-256G-G46/dp/B00NP63XGE/ref=sr_1_4?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1462284227&sr=1-4&keywords=256+sd+card)

Can also confirm that this one works.

I got the 128 for my Note 4 and used it with my Wii U until I got that 200GB

Yes I am using a micro SD card adapter. :)

u/stowgood · 1 pointr/gopro

This is great about the power. I wonder if it will overheat eventually. I am recording my wedding on a cold day in January in the UK so hopefully not. I think the 200GB cards should record for 8 hours.

I ordered these https://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-Ultra-MicroSDXC-Memory-Adapter/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1511194506&sr=8-2&keywords=200gb+microsd&dpID=41bQMLn3wzL&preST=_SX300_QL70_&dpSrc=srch it's a risk if they are fast enough or not I will test.

u/Ousantacruz · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_HN4aAbDM4XMWF

I bought this one. A little more expensive but it works great and I feel like I won’t need another for quite a while. If you don’t mind swapping cards, a couple of 64gb cards could be cheaper but I’d rather have one card I just leave in. By the time it ever gets near full, I’ll be deleting old games anyway.

u/originalityescapesme · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Oh shit. This has 80mb/s too. Good find! I think it makes infinitely more sense at the moment to get two of these and just swap and reboot between them when the time comes instead of dropping waaaay more cash on a 256.

Then again, there are 200 gig ones too: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ?ref=emc_b_5_t - but for cheaper than 2 of the 128 (but obv lacking a good bit of the space).

I mean this 256 is 129. Ouch - https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Extreme-256GB-UHS-I-SDSDXXG-256G-GN4IN/dp/B01J5RH5Y2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1510605738&sr=8-1&keywords=256+gb+sd+card

u/jasonwill7414 · 1 pointr/Surface

Something like this: https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultra-200GB-Micro-SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1468952767&sr=8-1&keywords=micro+sd+card+200gb+sandisk

Seems like it'll be more than I ever need and I can just save my entire OneDrive folder to that? If I understand correctly, that'll not use up any of my hard drive space so my computer shouldn't slow down?

u/shabbydog · 1 pointr/SonyXperia

Here you go, genius.
SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A)

u/dasiffy · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

200GB ok?

sandisk ultra @ amazon.ca $101

If you need 256, you could also order from B&H or amazon.com where both are pretty good for shipping to canada. b7h include taxes and customs before shipping. (or at least they try to)

u/habscupchamps · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

I'm in Canada so the SanDisk 200GB is currently $97.99 CDN. A little bit too pricey for me. I'm in no rush so I rather wait a bit to drop down to like maybe $70. I would love if they were $63 CDN. I think back in November they were on sale for like sixty something.

u/robfrizzy · 1 pointr/Surface

You just need to get a card as big and fast as you can afford. Also, try a reputable brand. Samsung, SanDisk, or Lexar should be fine. I have a Surface Pro 4 so if it's the same as the Surface Pro then you don't necessarily need anything special. I'm using this one.

As for installation, I put the micro SD card in and reformatted to NTFS. You don't have to reformat it, and doing so may change the advertised read and write speeds. I just rather have NTFS than FAT. After that, create your library folders on the SD Card. These would be the Documents, Pictures, Video, Music, etc... folders found in your user folder. After you're made them, find their counterparts on the local SSD in your user folder. Right click on them and select properties. Select the "location" tab and click move. Then select the folder's counterpart on your Micro SD card and confirm the transfer. Repeat the process for each additional library you would like to move. If you use any sync services, many of their folders can be transferred to the Micro SD card as well. Moving the libraries will normally move any programs that default to saving files in those libraries, not all of them, but many will. After that, just keep whatever files you would like on the card.

There's two things you should know before doing this. You're using an external media to store files permanently. The chance of failure is relatively low, but you should still be wary of backing up. You should have a backup of all your files anyways. Back up your files before doing any of the above too. The other thing to keep in mind is that files deleted off of the SD Card are permanently erased. They don't go to the recycle bin. You delete them and they're gone for good, you can't recover them from the recycle bin. Very stupid, I know, but it's how Microsoft is doing it for some reason. There's noting physically stopping Microsoft from adding recycle bin support to SD cards, Windows is just not programmed to do that. Seems to be a big oversight since their flagship tablets are designed to use Micro SD Cards for expandable storage.

Hope that helps.

u/v-v-boy · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Hey OP. I'm considering buying this one. It seems to have decent write and read speeds for a great price. Should I get this one or is it worth spending the extra cash on the EVO+/select line?

u/TemptedTemplar · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Dont go too cheap. LOTS of fake memory cards are sold as cards of a higher capacity, or corrupt very quickly compared to regular cards.

And you have to remember up until recently the main purchaser of microSD cards were usually photographers who didnt mind dropping a few hundred to store those extra RAW photo files.

Sandisk 200Gb

Samsung 128Gb

PNY 200Gb

u/ignition386 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Could also go for 200GB for just under $70: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ

But yeah, price might go down, or there might be a sale or something. No need to purchase one right at this very moment.

u/OustedHoChiMinh · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

I've been looking at this microSDXC Card. How does it stack up against the Samsung Evo Pro/Select? I know those seem to be the best but they're pretty expensive and this card seems to have a lot of storage for a good price.

u/____----___---__--_- · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

At the moment I am holding off on batteries for the Switch. There have been some issues/confusion with how USB-C works and we don't know what voltage the Switch is drawing at. I would not want to shell out 60+ bucks on something for it to be the wrong thing.

As/for SD Cards you want any decent SDXC. I personally went with a 128GB Samsung Evo+ https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-mc128d-128gb-Uhs-i-Adapter/dp/B0118LR9Z8 Others have gone with the 200GB Sandisk https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultra-200GB-Micro-SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1485517734&sr=1-1&keywords=sandisk+200gb+sdxc

Right now higher capacity cards are significantly more expensive (more than double the $ per GB).

I've seen nothing about battery/case hybrids to attach to the switch yet.

u/dd_dpa · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

If you want a 200gb this one from San disk seems to be a good option

SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_cZ9JybTW4BSZM

u/IcyAthene · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Realistically, it's hard to say. We don't know the actual numbers, but we can guess based on the current consoles. If it's just save data and game updates, which is probably the case if you're going as physical as possible, you could probably run entirely off of the internal storage for the first couple months and start low with 32GB or 64GB cards after that. First-party Nintendo titles tend to be low on data consumption, it's the third-party titles that are the real question.

I'm going for 200GB, personally. It's about $70 now, but they've gone as low as $60 not too long ago, and they will probably be cheaper by the time the Switch is out (which is when I'll order my card.)

u/Cumberlock · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_aFbHybMANSH93 Snagged one of these, pretty cheap considering!

u/aDeadArmadillo · 0 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I would say this but only if you were making a PiTab. Otherwise an 8GB or 16GB should do enough for any other project based on the stuff I've seen people use Pis for.

u/dude19832 · 0 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I'll probably invest in a 200GB microSDXC card come March. Currently you can buy one for $68 on Amazon. I think that will be plenty of space. SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_PX4EybXV0R4E1

u/purpleonthemustache · 0 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V62XBQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_.37EybNK28PXN

Probably picking this one up. Its 200GB and is on sale for $67.00

u/ActualSupervillain · -1 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

TO EVERYBODY COMPLAINING - If you have $60, buy this 200gb micro SD card.

If you don't, then instead of paying for online for however many months (I haven't looked since I don't plan to use it), save up and spend that money instead on this 200gb micro SD card. Yes that's the same link as before. It's a good deal.

edit: added words to make gooder english

soapbox edit: Before I get downvoted out of sight let me just say this - Copying saves wasn't an intentional feature. Memory cards was a product of its time. If Playstation had the space to add the extra hardware to save in the system I'm sure they would have. Microsoft has made their products Windows-like because they're Microsoft. Cloud saving costs the companies money. This was just a matter of time, yall. I'm sure Nintendo is keeping us from messing with the save files for some reason or another - cheating or hacking or whatever. Costs of things keep rising (or inflating or however the economy works) so, yeah, we're gonna have to start paying for shit we are taking for granted.

Now, could they enable us to access/copy/whatever this data with a patch? I'm sure they could. Even allowing us to put it on the SD would save us hassle. But they don't have to. They never had to. And don't argue being nice or whatever, companies, moreso everyday, are out to make a profit. That's why they exist. Speech over.