2019 SanDisk Memory Card 400G 256GB 200GB 128GB 64GB 32GB microSDHC/SDXC UHS-I micro SD card 16GB 98MB/s TF Card For Smartphone
SanDisk Ultra 16GB/32GB MicroSDHC, Class10,A1,Max Rread speed to 98MB/s; SanDisk Ultra 64GB/128GB MicroSDXC, Class10,A1,Max Rread speed to 100MB/s; SanDisk Ultra 200GB/256GB/400GB MicroSDXC, Class10,A1,Max Rread speed to 100MB/s; Features: Interface: SanDisk MicroSDXC/SDHC Memory Card 400GB/256GB/200GB/128GB/64GB/32GB/16GB (2019 Model) microSD Speed Class: Class10 Power supply voltage: 2.7 ~ 3.6V (max) Compatible standards:microSD memory card Ver.3.00/Ver.2.00 standard Exterior dimensions: 15.0mm (L) * 11.0mm (W) * 1.0mm (T) Weight: About 0.4g Please insert microSDXC and support microSDHC microSD card slot to use. Support high speed SD bus interface specifications (*) in the new UHS-I. Only with the support of UHS-I devices used in UHS-I mode. (see below) The temperature of -25 to 85 DEG C, relative humidity 30 ~ 80%RH (no condensation) Package Contents: SanDisk Micro SD with Retail Package*1Speed: 16GB/32GB --Class 10 -microSDHC 64GB/128GB --Class 10 -microSDXC 200GB/256GB --Class 10 -microSDXC 400GB/512GB --Class 10 -microSDXC About capacity: 16GB=approximately 14GB~14.6GB 32GB=approximately 28GB~30GB 64GB=approximately 58GB~60GB128GB=approximately 115GB~118GB200GB=approximately 180GB~186GB256GB=approximately 230GB~236GB400GB=approximately 360GB~372GB512GB=approximately 460GB~472GB *This is calculation difference between manufacturer and our PC, please Google 'Memory card capacity' to get more information Warm Tips: Please use quaity card reader to verify all memory card by H2testw on PC Please don't use cheap card reader to test Micro SD card, speed of Micro SD card will be reduced by low quality card reader The most reliable software to verify memory card is H2testw*1 According to SanDisk's test based on IPX7 standard, the product can function, after it is submerged quietly and left for 30minutes in static tap water at room temperature and in depth of 1m and then it is taken out of the water. Caution remarks on "waterproof".- If liquid is applied on (touches) the card, remove the liquid by soft cloth immediately.- The waterproof is based on our internal testing, and does not guarantee usage under "all/any" conditions. Please be aware.*2 ISO7816-1 compliant means, that even after exposing this product to X-ray 0.1Gy, the product will still work.*3 The Product is labeled based on the memory chip (s) it contains, not the amount of memory capacity available for data storage by the end user. Part of the capacity is reserved for card functionality.Approximate usable capacity is based on 1 GB = 1,073,741,824 bytes.*4: 1 MB per second is calculated as 1,000,000 bytes per second.*5: For products incompatible with UHS-I interface, the speeds may vary subject to different interface conditions* Write speed is slower than transfer speed.*6: Indicates reading and writing speeds based on SD Association specifications.
Compatible with your devices
SanDisk cards are compatible with Android smartphones and tablets.
Capture and store even more hours of full HD Video
With a breakthrough capacity of up to 512GB*, you can store even more hours of Full HD video7 on the card without worrying about running out of room for the videos, photos, music, movies and other files you want to shoot, save and share.
Transfer speeds of up to 98MB/s**
Blazing transfer speeds mean that your content moves fast letting you move up to 1000 photos in a minute.*6
Load apps faster with A1-rated performance
Rated A1*1, the SanDisk Ultra microSD card is optimized for apps, delivering faster app launch and performance that provides a better smartphone experience.
Full HD video capture
Class 10 speed rating allows you to shoot Full HD*2 video and high quality photos.
SanDisk Memory Zone app for easy file management
Available from the Google Play store, the SanDisk Memory Zone app lets you view, access, and back up your phone's files in one location. It can also automatically move files from your device to your memory card to free up space.*5
How many pictures can my memory device hold?
The following assumptions were made to calculate the number of images per card:MP = 1,000,000 pixels1MB = 1,000,000 bytes, 1GB = 1,000MBTIFF image has 24 bit color depth, one of 16,777,216 colors per pixelJPEG 100% Quality = Visually lossless JPEG compression with 1:10 ratio of RAW imagePhotos - Compressed (JPEG 100% quality) Images per card.
Why do I get a "The disk is write-protected" message when I transfer files to my SD card?
SOLUTION 1 - Unlock the memory card.There is a Lock switch on the left side of the SD card. Make sure the Lock switch is slid up (unlock position). You will not be able to modify or delete the contents on the memory card if it is locked.SOLUTION 2 - Toggle the lock switch.If the lock switch is loose and moves easily It is likely the switch is sliding to the locked position as the card is placed in your host device. In this case the card will need to be replaced.
How do I format my memory card, flash drive or device using a PC?
NOTE: All SanDisk memory cards and flash drives come pre-formatted and do not need to be formatted out of the box. Memory cards are formatted with the following standards: SD/microSD- 2GB or lower:FAT16 SDHC/microSDHC- 4GB to 32GB: FAT32 SDXC/microSDXC- 64GB or higher: exFAT CompactFlash- up to 128GB: FAT32 CompactFlash- 256GB: exFATReformatting may clear file system corruption and quickly erase everything on the device. If re-formatting is needed, follow the steps below.WARNING: Backup all your data before formatting. Formatting will erase all data on the memory device.
What is the difference between Speed Class and Speed Ratings for SDTM/SDHCTM cards?
The speed rating measures maximum transfer speed for reading and writing images to and from a memory card, expressed as megabytes per second. However, video doesn't need as big a data pipe because the video format is a smaller "fixed stream" that uses only a portion of the data pipe. Unlike card write speeds that measure maximum performance, class ratings measure the minimum sustained speed required for recording an even rate of video onto the card. The class rating number corresponds to the transfer rate measured in megabytes per second. Class 2 cards are designed for a minimum sustained transfer rate of 2 megabytes per second (MB/s)1, while Class 10 cards are designed for a minimum sustained transfer rate of 10MB/s2.
Why do I see the SATA Link Speed is 6.0 Gb/s in Device Detail page when I connect the SSD to a USB 2.0 port using a SATA-to-USB adaptor cable?
The SATA Link Speed is the speed that is negotiated between the USB cable and the SSD, which is not the interface speed between the USB cable and the host platform.
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