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Reddit reviews on SanDisk Ultra 64GB Class 10 Micro SDXC Memory Card Up To 30MB/s With Adapter, Frustration-Free Packaging - SDSDQU-064G-AFFP-A [Old Version]

Sentiment score: 16
Reddit mentions: 52

We found 52 Reddit mentions of SanDisk Ultra 64GB Class 10 Micro SDXC Memory Card Up To 30MB/s With Adapter, Frustration-Free Packaging - SDSDQU-064G-AFFP-A [Old Version]. Here are the top ones.

Up To 30MB/s Read Speed10-Year WarrantyEasily Back Up Files With "SanDisk Memory Zone" AppCompatible For Android Smartphones & TabletsClass 10 Performance For Full HD VideoIncludes SD Adapter

Found 52 comments on SanDisk Ultra 64GB Class 10 Micro SDXC Memory Card Up To 30MB/s With Adapter, Frustration-Free Packaging - SDSDQU-064G-AFFP-A [Old Version]:

u/[deleted] · 37 pointsr/HistoryPorn

And 50 years later we get more than 200 times that in a finger tip. And just after another 6 years, a version 13,000 times bigger is available for a (relatively) small price.

u/TwoScoopsofDestroyer · 11 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Well at least it's faster than a class 10 64GB microSD for $40 ...right?

NOPE clocks in at between class 2 and class 6 depending on some other factors.

u/PSBJ · 7 pointsr/galaxys4

None with Verizon. If you're looking for one, get one of these.

u/rinwashere · 7 pointsr/patientgamers

I'm not sure what that says for your micro sd prices. I can get almost two 64gb micro sd for the price of one vita 64gb.

Micro sd: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/aw/d/B009QZH6JS

Vita 64gb: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/aw/d/B00F27JGVA/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1398526345&sr=8-1

u/5430FeetAboveReality · 7 pointsr/windowsphone

I've successfully used a SanDisk 64GB micoSD card in my 521 running 8.1.

I ordered a SanDisk 128GB card from Amazon which should arrive soon. I'll post back if it works. I'm hoping it will work in my Symbian Nokia 808, which works fine with a 64GB card.

Edit: my 64GB card is a SanDisk SDXC card. This is the exact card on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B009QZH6JS/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/BigDaddy5XL · 6 pointsr/GalaxyNote2

Exactly right. Plug and play should detect both without issue. I've had a 64GB card in mine since February. Didn't have to format the card beforehand. Not using a custom rom either.

Bought this one:

SanDisk Ultra 64 GB MicroSDXC

u/Summons · 4 pointsr/Zune

As much as I loved the Zune I suggest you move on to other platforms being the software and hardware are not really supported anymore. I suggest going with a Windows Phone and a MicroSD card for similar feel as the Zune and capacity. For ~$110 you can get a unlocked Nokia 530 from Amazon and get a cheap 64GB MicroSD card like this for ~$31 for a unit that is going to be updated for years to come at a cheaper price then what you can probably get a 64GB Zune HD for.

u/mguzmann · 3 pointsr/linux

I think that's the easy part, take a look at this 1. Now, they will probably won't use that technology, but it shows is perfectly doable.

u/RokBoks · 3 pointsr/hiphopheads

alright i got you get one of the sansa players with a micro sd slot, the clip+ is the smallest shit ever so you can take it anywhere.

then pick up either a 32 gb class 10 micro sd card on amazon for 23 bucks or you can go all out and get a 64 gb micro sd card for 50 bucks.


Clip Plus

32GB Micro SD

64GB Micro SD

total cost for a 32 gb player = about $50; for a 64 gb player = about $80

u/glah · 3 pointsr/Surface

Amazon has some Kingston drives on sale today for a good price. $16 for 32GB and $35 for 64GB.

I use the SanDisk 64GB card which isn't too much more expensive (it sometimes goes on "extra?" sale for a little bit less). It works well, no surprises.

u/7revor · 2 pointsr/GrandTheftAutoV

If you're referring to the fact that it's a very small physical size with a large capacity, check this fucker out. It's about the size of your nail on your thumb.

u/EventualCyborg · 2 pointsr/tablets

Great sale going on here. $37 for a 64GB class 10 micro sd card, which is exactly what you want.

u/Reindoonicorn · 2 pointsr/Surface

This 128 sandisk is about $100.

The upgrade from i3 to i5 is minimum $200.

So you can get:

i3 with 64GB + 128GB = $900

i5 with 128GB = $1000

OR you can get a 64GB SD card with the i3 model, thus having the same amount of storage as the i5 model, for $840.

I would either go i3 with 64 SD or cheapest i5.

u/McDaddyTree · 2 pointsr/galaxys4

Check this out...usually around $50 and it's a class 10 64GB SanDisk...they work great. I have one in my wife's S3 and I got one for when I get my S4...I've never had issues with SanDisk SD's.

u/Disc_Golf · 2 pointsr/Surface

> Samsung MicroSDXC Class 10 UHS-1 64GB 1:35 35.96 MB/sec
Amazon $56.99

> SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC UHS-1 64GB 2:17 24.93 MB/sec
Amazon $39.88

u/9513574628 · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Depends on what you want.

Increasing my Android phone's storage from 8GB to 72GB for $40 (64GB microSD card) is definitely objectively better.

If large screen size is important, Android phones are objectively better...at least for now.

Having NFC has been objectively better for me than not having it on my old iPhone. Using it more and more lately. This might be subjective, but I don't see how not having a useful feature would be better.

The same adapter for my phone I can also use for my stand alone camera, my audio recorder, portable hard drive, my heartrate monitor charger, my eCig charger, etc. That is definitely objectively better than the one Thunderbolt adapter for my iPad that has no other uses. Perhaps more convenient is another way to put it.

Wanting / needing a backup battery (which I have had to use before) is a clear advantage for some. Again, I don't see an advantage to not having this feature.

Actually - now that I've started down this road, I have no idea why anyone would want to stick with an iPhone - and if they did, why they would have any reason to think it was superior, considering any group of features you mention will likely have an equivalent in the Android market.

I guess it could come down to the app market / app quality - and just prefering the iOS experience more than Android (although Android has plenty of launchers to change the experience to whatever you want). But I have an iPad and I actually wish some of the options on my Android phone were available for iOS (like changing the keyboard, wireless app installation, widgets, etc.).

u/clonetek · 1 pointr/galaxys4

go to the storage option on your phone and make sure the card is actually the size its supposed to be.

unlock the phone and swipe from the top down and click the gear icon

click on "more" and go to "storage"

scroll down and look under the SD card heading

I'm thinking it may be a smaller card than what you were told.
My 64GB card was $50 from amazon: http://amzn.com/B009QZH6JS

u/gidone · 1 pointr/htc

is it the one Dzmagoon suggested? http://amzn.com/B009QZH6JS

u/Orion5289 · 1 pointr/Surface

I use this one in my SP2 and it works great....

It's 30 bucks right now for 64GB. I have my OneDrive files on it and I've also installed a bunch of games from GoG on it, they also work fine.

u/SveNss0N · 1 pointr/galaxys5

Is speed really that big of a factor though? Couldn't I just get this?


u/Dzmagoon · 1 pointr/htc

I think SanDisk cards tend to be faster and more reliable. I have a bunch of these.


u/Bu_Bu · 1 pointr/htcone

I mainly put movies on my SD card but i also put music and some TV shows. I use this SD card. amzn.to/1tnFJEJ The SD card is pretty good.

u/LocalAmazonBot · 1 pointr/galaxys5

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u/ShakataGaNai · 1 pointr/galaxys5

On my Note 3 I originally bought a SanDisk Ultra 64 GB microSDXC Class 10 UHS-1. Had nothing but problems with it randomly "ejecting", even thought it was solidly seated. Per recommendations I got here on Reddit, I purchased the Samsung Electronics 64GB Pro microSDXC Extreme Speed (UHS-1) - which has worked perfectly for 6 months now.

So, get the Samsung card and save yourself some pain.

u/UCLAKoolman · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe

I upgraded from an iPhone 4S to a Note II last fall and still really enjoy this device. If battery is your concern, the Note 3 will likely have excellent battery life. And if the battery is removable like the S4/Note 2, you can easily swap in a spare and be right back at 100%. I use my Note 2 extensively throughout the day (emails, web browsing, 6 hrs of music streaming to a bluetooth speaker), and I have about 60% before I leave work and head to the gym. Then I swap in a fresh battery, stream Netflix/Pandora at the gym for ~2 hrs. It's really been quite liberating to not have to worry about battery life with a phone.

For music, you can throw in a 64 GB MicroSD card (I bought this one from amazon for ~$40 on sale) into the S4/Note 3 and load it up with tons of media. The S4 can transfer apps to the SD card now (and I imagine the Note 3 will have this option as well). Also, the recent Google Play Music app apparently lets you save music to the SD card as well!

My GF has the Galaxy S3, and the Note 2 was a pretty good performance upgrade from that device. I wouldn't be surprised if the Note 3 performs better than the S4 and HTC One, which will both be a few months old by the fall. Honestly though, all those devices will be great for mobile gaming. With the Note you do get the added screen real-estate, so using your hands with on-screen controls won't block much of the display.

u/coalescent_code · 1 pointr/retina

Yeah, I was thinking I might go that road eventually.

However, I noticed the SanDisk 64gb UHS-I cards are formatted as exFAT (http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-MicroSDXC-Memory-Adapter-SDSDQU-064G-AFFP-A/dp/B009QZH6JS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1376318272&sr=8-1&keywords=microsd+64gb).

It appears exFAT is a replacement for FAT32 that supports 4gb+ files and is cross-compatible between OSX and Windows. Just not sure if that's an 'in theory' or 'in reality' kinda claim. (Linux doesn't like exFAT for now)

Here's more info... http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2013/06/review-is-microsofts-new-data-sharing-system-a-cross-platform-savior/

u/zaphodi · 1 pointr/techsupport

there are also 30mbs things:


if you need it, with usb adapter.

generally i don't even want to buy usb sticks now, when ever you seed them they just report the size.

there is no rating system in place for usb sticks, i bought one recently that moves shit at 2.5 mb/s and is 32 gb in size, backing shit up on it is a gigantic pain, takes hours to fill it.

it was a nice small key usb drive.. but fuck if it can be used for anything expect backup with its speed.

feel like im copying shit from BBS on 1995

u/frodeaa · 1 pointr/windowsphone

Uh, the 635 doesn't record at 1080p, much less 4k. A class 6 would be fine for him, although the lowest amazon seems to sell is class 10.


Cheaper at only $25 and it'll be plenty good enough for a 635.

u/pwolter0 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Riddle 1: In case my goblet should spill during dinner mum thinks I should take some vanishing potion in a vial.

Riddle 2: The professor thinks my alchemy is a mess. Strands of copper anchored with mountains of lead.
But look and behold! Someone has cast a shrinking charm on this broom! Perfect to clean up my mess!

Riddle 3: I can't wear them all as much as I've tried. I need someone else to wear my extra hats. I think making a twin would be ideal.


Riddle 4: A poem for explanation:
A journey unrivaled, of danger an action.
I'll log the whole venture, with great satisfaction.
New facts learned with just one opponent.
To realize I'm missing a crucial component.
I'll remember! Not lying! I swear that I will.
If only I'd remembered to purchase a quill.


Riddle 5: I've run out of space for all of my parchment. My notes and my books just take up too much space. I think I need to cast a spell to make my trunk bigger.

u/Dogexecutive · 1 pointr/dogemarket

Interested in this game? It's currently $40 on steam, a fair price for a used item retailing for $30 new.

u/atotalpirate · 1 pointr/photography

Thanks! This camera will eventually be in a water housing shooting surfers in action so rapid-fire will probably be pretty standard for how the camera is used. So even if I get an MicroSD like this one I could still have problems and should just use CF?

u/Jer-pa · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

We already have 120 GB SD card

I dont get why companies do not make cartridge 3DS style with the same technology for consoles so they don't have to limit the games so much.

u/antrino · -1 pointsr/PSP

Going out on a limb.

The E1000/street is just vastly superior when it comes down to my needs. I've always hated the overall design of the later PSPs, especially with the glossy fingerprint-infested surfaces, The black-silver-black "sandwich" look and the transparent L/R triggers doesn't help either.

Its part of why I love the E1000, The matte finish and the all-black monolithic aesthetic is just so well done imo. Though it has similar bulkiness of the 1000, Its also slightly lighter and feels more natural held in hand (8oz) compered to the 1000 (10oz) & 2000/3000 (6.5oz) with the same reasons as OP. There's no noticeable ghosting even when playing gameboy games on an emulator and the horrible interlacing issues from the 3000 are gone, so I'd say the screen is on par with the Go but larger.

The mono speaker and other gimped features of the E1000 doesn't phase me, as I always use earphones anyway and my brand new Vita Slim already fulfills those other roles. My E1000 is my go-to device for playing psp games released only on UMD, ps1 games not on psn, Homebrew, and as my main emulation station.

Now I would of kept my PSP-Go for all that as well, but the big turn off for me was its proprietary memory stick that only goes up to 16gb, that plus its internal memory is only 32gb. That's not enough for me. In my E1000 is a PhotoFast MS Pro Duo Dual Slot adapter with two 64 GB microSDXC cards totaling up to 118gb of glorious free space in my PSP E1000.

Join the master race, get an E1000.

edit: Yup, thought so.