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SanDisk Ultra 32 GB microSDHC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card 30MB/s with Adapter SDSDQUA-032G-U46A

SanDisk Ultra 32 GB microSDHC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card 30MB/s with Adapter SDSDQUA-032G-U46A

SanDisk Ultra 32 GB microSDHC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card 30MB/s with Adapter SDSDQUA-032G-U46A

  • Highest Full HD video recording performance available with class 10 rating
  • Ideal for Android and other smartphones and tablets
  • UHS-1 enabled
  • Perfect choice for Android smartphones and tablets
  • Faster app performance with transfer speeds up to 30MB/s
  • 2x the speed of typical microSD cards for advanced photo capture
  • Water-proof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, shock proof±

Perfect for today’s high-performance Android smartphone and tablet users who want to get the most out of memory-intensive activities like 3-D gaming and apps, the SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDHC UHS-I card drives transfer speeds of up to 30MB/s for faster app response times. For shooting Full HD video and high-megapixel pictures, it delivers two times the speed of typical microSD memory cards and a class 10 rating for the highest video recording performance available. In addition, the included Sa

List Price: $ 69.99

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  • NLee the Engineer says:
    799 of 834 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Top of the class among all (budget-priced) micro-SDHC cards I have tested, September 26, 2012
    By 
    NLee the Engineer (Nashua, NH) –
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    This review is from: SanDisk Ultra 32 GB microSDHC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card 30MB/s with Adapter SDSDQUA-032G-U46A (Personal Computers)

    [Note on Feb 4, 2013]
    1. Amazon combined the Sandisk Ultra 32GB and 64GB cards on the same product page. Please beware that your intended appliance must be compatible with ‘SDXC’ in order to used the 64GB version. My original review below refers to the 32GB ‘SDHC’ version.

    2. There are two part numbers for the same card. If you start from the Amazon product page and select ‘Retail Packaging’, you’ll see the part number of SDSDQUA-032G-U46A. But if you click on ‘Frustration Free Package’, the part number changes to SDSDQU-032G-AFFP-A.
    ==========

    I have tested dozens of SDHC and micro-SDHC cards. One disturbing trend I noticed is that: the speed class rating for micro-SDHC is typically inflated. For example, a ‘class-10′ rating means the card must deliver a sequential write speed of at least 10MB/s. But somehow, a class-10 microSDHC cards is always slower than a class-10 SDHC card from the same manufacturer. Case in point: the PNY 32 GB microSDHC Card (P-SDU32G10-EFS2) claims to be ‘class-10′, yet it can only write at 8.6MB/s maximum, while the full-size PNY P-SDHC16G10 achieved 13.4MB/s according to CrystalDiskMark v3.01.

    This SanDisk Ultra 32 GB microSDHC Class 10 card (SDSDQUA-032G-U46A), however, proves to be the exception. It achieved a sequential write speed of over 10MB/s according to two different benchmark programs (11.8MB/s in “CrystalDiskMark”, 10.6MB/s in “H2testw v1.4″). This is faster than all my other microSDHC cards, including two ‘class-10′ cards from PNY and Polaroid.

    A closer look at the file transfer speed using “Flash Memory Toolkit” revealed another nice surprise: For writing small files, this Sandisk Ultra microSDHC card performed just as well as its full-size counterpart, the SanDisk Ultra SDHC (SDSDU-032G-AFFP). In contrast, all my other class-10 microSDHC cards perform poorly while writing smaller files. See the benchmark results I uploaded to ‘Customer Images’ for details.

    When you use a memory card in a digital camera to record HD video, it needs to store a huge video file each session. That means its sequential write speed is most critical. When used in a tablet or a smart phone, however, the card’s random write speed for small files is more important. That’s why in such applications, the Sandisk microSDHC will perform faster than the PNY and Polaroid cards, even though they are also rated as ‘class-10′.

    [Bottom Line]
    As of this writing, the Sandisk Ultra microSDHC card ia actually priced lower than other class-10 cards from PNY and Polaroid. This makes the Sandisk the best value – especially if you need honest class-10 performance across all platforms.

    [Side Notes]
    - Do not confuse this Sandisk Ultra card with SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDHC (SDSDQY-032G-U46A). The latter is rated for class-6 only.
    - The size of this ’32GB’ card is 29.7GB according to my computer. This is actually normal because computer people count one Gig as “2 to the power 30″, which is 7.3% larger than one billion. So 29.7GB translates to 31.9 billion bytes, which is ’32GB’ according to marketing people.

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  • Hyoun Kim "Faluzure" says:
    163 of 167 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great w/ Galaxy S4 – No Complaints Here, May 1, 2013
    By 
    Hyoun Kim “Faluzure” (Nashville, Tennessee) –
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    I haven’t had to buy a microSD card in a long time. The last time I bought one was for my cell phone over 2 years ago. But since my cellular contract was up, I knew I would have to get a newer card in addition to my new phone, the Samsung Galaxy S4. Reason for this is because I knew my small 16GB microSD card wasn’t going to cut it.

    Doing research on the Galaxy S4, I wanted to get the best card possible that had decent capacity (32 GB or greater). This led me to find that the Galaxy S4 supports the microSDXC Class 10 UHS-I card, which is the fastest possible given that class. Searching for that specifically on Amazon gave me results of only 3 vendors (as of April) that makes these microSDXC Class 10 UHS-1 cards. They are Sandisk (the majority), Samsung and Lexar. Nobody else makes these that are sold on Amazon.

    Seeing how SanDisk is a pretty good name out of the 3 (I’ve used them the most), I decided upon the SanDisk because Lexar was overpriced and the Samsung one was overpriced (as well as not eligible for Amazon Prime).

    But the scary thing is that when you filter by the SanDisk, you literally get DOZENS of options. All of them have different model numbers, different sizes, etc. Then there’s that confusion of what’s the difference between SDHC & SDXC?

    SDHC vs SDXC:
    SDHC stand for “Secure Digital High Capacity” and SDXC stands for “Secure Digital eXtended Capacity”. Essentially these two cards are the same with the exception that SDHC only supports capcities up to 32GB and is formated with the FAT32 file system. The SDXC cards are formatted with the exFAT file system. If you use an SDXC card in a device, it must support that file system, otherwise it may not be recognizable and/or you have to reformat the card to FAT32.

    FAT32 vs exFAT:
    The differences between the two file systems means that FAT32 has a maximum file size of 4GB, limited by that file system. exFAT on the otherhand, supports file sizes up to 2TB (terabytes). The only thing you need to know here really is that it’s possible your device doesn’t support exFAT. If that’s the case, just reformat it to FAT32. REMEMBER FORMATTING ERASES ALL DATA!

    To clarify the model numbers, I I hopped over to the SanDisk official webpage. What I found there is that they offer two “highspeed” options for SanDisk cards. These are SanDisk Extreme Pro and SanDisk Ultra. SanDisk Extreme Pro is a line that supports read speeds up to 95MB/sec, however they are SDHC only. To make things worse, they are currently only available in 16GB & 8GB capacities. Since one of my requirements was to have a lot of storage, I ruled these out.

    The remaining devices listed on Amazon’s search were the SanDisk Ultra line. But here, confusion sets in because SanDisk separates these cards to two different devices. Cameras & mobile devices. Is there a real difference between the two or is this just a marketing stunt? Unfortunately I’m not sure but I do know the price difference between the two range from a couple cents to a few dollars. Since I wasn’t sure, I opted for the one specifically targeted for mobile devices (just in case there is some kind of compatibility issue). To find the exact model number, I would go to Sandisk’s webpage (sandisk.com) and compare their existing product lineup. From there, you get exact model numbers and you can then search Amazon for these model numbers. That is how I got mine (SDSDQUA-064G).

    As for speed tests, I haven’t run any specific testing, but copying 8 GB worth of data from my PC to the card literally took just a few minutes.

    One last note is that Amazon attaches additional characters to the end (for example SDSDQUA-064G-AFFP-A vs SDSDQUA-064G-U46A). The difference between the two is that the “AFFP-A” means “Amazon Frustration Free Packaging”. Other than that, these are exactly the same. If you’re wondering what I got (and want to use it in your Galaxy S4), I got the SDSDQUA-064G-u46A and it works like charm.

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  • A. Deanda "Hawkeye" says:
    294 of 317 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Galaxy S3, July 2, 2012
    By 
    A. Deanda “Hawkeye” (USA) –
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    Works great with my Galaxy S3. Didn’t need to format the card or anything. Just popped the card in and everything worked great out of the box. Transfer speeds are excellent with this card. I would recommend this card to everyone.

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