dealssandisk one day sale for $41.95 + free shipping

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Word! I just snagged a 64 GB Micro SD Card. Cheapest I have seen!

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Can anyone give real world hands on with these?
I bought the exact same 64gb microsdxc but in a classs 6 a year ago, and it definitely holds alot, but, lags in my android devices (Acer A500, Samsung Galaxy II, Droid X).
I'm not sure if the class or my devices are holding it up, I know I can't use it in my phone because any media refresh disables my camera/pictures/music files for a long time.

Obviously class 10 is different and should be better, but any guru's say yay or nay if I'll see an improvement until my devices get updated?

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@spikedknight: Just a note. The card must be formatted correctly for the device and the a500 says maximum is 32GB. Just because the 64GB works, does not mean it will work correctly. Check the User's Manual on your other devices.

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@morriea: All of my current devices state 32gb max. But all that's on the card is 58gb of music, I could always verify formatting and reload.
But if I recall correctly I had to format it in the a500, then take it out and load it up in my laptop, that may explain some things.

Back on topic.
Maybe I should pick up a new class 10 for that inevitable "future device" :) Good price here

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@spikedknight: I would stick to the max that the device should handle. From what I understand, the amount of information on the card does not matter, the size of the card does. It is designed to read the 32GB and hangs up trying to read the additional amount even if it is empty.

If you use the cards in your devices, Class 10 will really not help much. If you are filling the card from your computer with music or pictures the Class 10 will be done adding the information more quickly. For music, being read by your device, the class will make little difference once it is mounted and read the 1st time after being inserted.

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@spikedknight: I have the 32gb version in my Galaxy S III. It works great and gives no problems at all.

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Better pricing for me than Amazon's sale yesterday - I am in a state where I have to pay tax on Amazon transactions but not B&H, I would have saved $20 give or take making my buy here at B&H.

Best pricing for a "slower end" UHS-1 capable card I have ever seen @ 64GB.