dealssandisk ultra 32 gb microsdhc c10/uhs1 memory…

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Note the 64 GB version is similarly priced at a bit over $0.50/GB.

Be sure to scan the reviews to check that it is good for your application - while the ratings average to 4+ star, 10% of the ratings are 1-star. This is not a real fast card.

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Would this work on a Nook HD?

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@deniro444: Yes, nook HD is compatible up to 32GB SD card.

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Please help me to understand - how is the first comment inaccurate or unhelpful?

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This is a great deal for a class 10 SD Card, and for some reason I have always trusted the San Disc brand. Thanks for the heads up. If I hadn't picked one up for my phone (galaxy s4) last week for $18 at my local electronics store (Micro Center) I would be all over this deal.

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In for two: one for me and one for my wife.

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@bluemaple: Thanks to those who voted it back up - in case you're wondering why I asked the "help me understand" question - that first comment started out at 2 down votes for some odd reason. Perhaps I should have explicitly said this was a good deal. ;-)

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I had this exact card in my Sansung S3. Had problems losing data, corruption. In the end, I swapped the card out for another vendor and the problems went away. Many people complained about this particular Sandisk 32g card in the Samsung S3 Phones. I lost my music 3 times (card was blank) before swapping out the card. The Kingston card I replaced it with has been rock solid. BTW, I always unmount the card prior to removal from the PC.

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@bluemaple: It's UHS-I rated; are there relevant reviews for UHS-I compatible readers? It should be speedy at that.

I have the 32GB version (Amazon sale at $17.99). I loaded it already, but perhaps I could run a speed test on it tonight.

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@pocketbrain: I've had problems with this model/speed keeping up for full HD long recordings in my DSLR - would buffer-stop, requiring me to restart the recording. "Extreme" model solved that problem. But for other general use these "Ultras" are fine and definitely priced better.

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I ALSO had issues with this and my Samsung S3. It would delete folders and have mounting issues all the time.

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I snagged one of these in anticipation of the purchase of a new smartphone in the near future. Good deal, and I've always trusted SanDisk. I think very often the bad reviews are left by folks that don't understand about formatting cards, etc.

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The price has now been jacked up to $21.99, so now it's not so much of a deal now.

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@deniro444: Yes and no. For plain storage (videos, music, pictures) this would work great in a Nook HD. If you are thinking of using this as a dual boot card with N2A, AFN (or some similar program) where the OS is being accessed from the card- a class 4 works better. It seems counter intuitive, but I have tried it both ways and the class 4 works better. One explanation that I saw said the reason for this is that the Android OS executes a bunch of small sized files, and for some reason the Class 4 cards execute reading/writing small data clusters faster compared to other (higher) classes of cards- the class 10 cards are designed to move large data files faster (video, HD pictures...). I didn't believe it until I tested N2A on a Class 10, then on a Class 4 and found the performance was smoother on the class 4 card (both SanDisk).

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@bluemaple: Looks like someone was downvoting all of your comments. Not very nice. You had some very helpful input. I gave all of your comments an upvote to cancel that Grinch's downvotes! Happy Holidays!

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@scubalab: thanks for that! I'm not perfect but always strive to be constructive and helpful.

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Both the 32 & 64 are back up to a more pedestrian 2/3 of a penny per GB. Time for this deal to go RIP.