SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Extreme Plus Class 10 UHS-I Memory Card, U3, Up to 80MB/S Read 30MB/S Write

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Product Highlights

  • Up to 80MB/s Read Speed for Exceptional Performance
  • Uninterrupted Full HD (1080p) Video
  • Durable Design
  • Class 10 (FHD) Speed Class
  • 80MB/s (533x)
  • Holds 32GB
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About SanDisk 32GB Class 10 microSDHC

Get extreme speed and performance with the SanDisk Extreme Plus 32GB Class 10 microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card. The perfect companion for your smartphone, tablet, or camera, this memory card delivers Full HD video (1080p) recording and playback and quicker data transfer. This card comes with a convenient SD card adapter, so you can also capture and access data on the card with any device that has an SD card slot. You'll be able to use your memory card with SD enabled cameras, camcorders, tablets and laptops.

SanDisk 32GB Class 10 microSDHC Features

  • Up to 80MB/s Read Speed for Exceptional Performance: Featuring read speeds up to 80MB/s, the SanDisk Extreme microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card saves time moving it all from the camera to the computer. Enjoy quick photo editing and smooth Full HD video playback
  • Durable Design: Designed to protect your memories from life's mishaps, SanDisk Extreme microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card is waterproof, shockproof and X-ray proof. It can operate in temperatures ranging from -13 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit

SanDisk 32GB Class 10 microSDHC Specifications

Compatibility
All microSDHC, microSDXC, microSDHC UHS-I and microSDXC UHS-I supporting host devices
Form factor
microSDHC
Capacity
32GB
Performance/speed
Up to 80/50MB/s read/write speed
Operating Temperature
-13deg.F to 185deg.F (-25deg.C to 85 deg.C)
Storage Temperature
-40deg.F to 185deg.F (-40deg.C to 85deg.C)
Dimensions
0.59x.43x.04" / 15x11x1.0mm
Mfr #
SDSDQX-032G-A46A
SKU
IDSEMSD1032

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Reviewed by 3 customers

 
5.0

OM goodness

By

from Mawwah

Use: in my camera Small size Non i can think of

 
4.0

Good for GoPro

By

from Central Ohio  -  Professional

I bought this in 64GB for my GoPro (3+ Black) probably a little overkill for how I use the camera. I bought another (32GB) as a spare.

 
5.0

SanDisk 32GB microSDHC

By

from Phoenix AZ  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Great product works excellent with my GoPro Hero 3 plus!

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pete m  will it work for a samsung galaxy note 8.0 ?
JEFF P  Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 specifications indicate that it can support Micro SD up to 64GB. This card should work fine with that product.
pete m  Thank you Jeff you were very helpful and the card works fine . P.melendez
pete m  will it work for a samsung galaxy note 8.0 ?
JEFF P  Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 specifications indicate that it can support Micro SD up to 64GB. This card should work fine with that product.
pete m  Thank you Jeff you were very helpful and the card works fine . P.melendez
Ryan G  80MB/Sec Read 30MB/Sec Write Speed? That's an error right? 30 or 50?
JEFF P  30MB/Sec is probably about right. Flash is much slower to write to than read from, so slower write than read is typical for any flash manufactured so far. There seem to be a lot of different numbers thrown around in the memory wars, and many of the new standards seem to be 'best case maximums' and not 'worst case minimums'. But I have this memory in my D7100 camera, and it's working well for me so far. Most of the DSLR's have buffer memory (RAM), which is very fast, and allows anywhere from several to possibly 10's (and up) of pictures to be taken at the maximum shutter speed, which tends to disguise the somewhat slower writing of the flash memory.
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