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Samsung microSD 128GB EVO Memory Card Save the moments of a lifetime. For a lifetime. Get the most out of your smartphone or tablet PC with Samsung's EVO 128GB microSD Memory Card. This high-performance memory card features read speeds of up to 48 MB/s for transferring music, photos, and videos and is UHS-1 enabled to capture Full HD video. Waterproof, temperature proof, magnet proof, and X-ray proof, this reliable memory card ensures your files remain safe during life's little mishaps. An included SD adapter lets you use the card with your digital camera, laptop, or desktop computer Includes SD Adapter for Use with PCs and Digital Cameras The Samsung EVO 128GB microSD Memory Card includes an adapter so you can use your card with SD-enabled devices such as digital cameras, laptops, and printers. This lets you easily transfer photos, music, and video content from your mobile device
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282 of 290 people found the following review helpful.
I find this to be a good deal. It's not a speedy card by any ...
With the release of the 200GB cards, the 128GB has become a much more affordable option/upgrade. So for value to dollar, I find this to be a good deal. It's not a speedy card by any means, but as you go up in size, this seems to be a problem with all cards even those with a faster read/write speed that are considerably more expensive.
I use Samsung Galaxy phones and I use the card to increase my storage capacity, mainly to hold my considerable music library, which with each larger card, I seem to find more 'can't live without' music. Shooting video and photos are a secondary use for me, and one I mainly assign to the phone's internal memory than move over to the SD card for storage as that memory is faster. At least in my opinion without running tests.
I rarely give 5 star reviews, so don't let the fact I've given this 4 stars to mean there's something wrong with the card, just my opinion it's not an OUTSTANDING product, rather it's one that exceeds the average one would expect.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
... web browsing computer and travel movie watching computer is great but only came with a 32gb Hard drive
my Asus x205t that i use as a light web browsing computer and travel movie watching computer is great but only came with a 32gb Hard drive. It filled up fast and was unable to even update windows because there was no room to download the update files. this was a no brainer to get because of the value for the amount of storage. my laptop has a built in micro sd slot so it was a matter of just popping it in and transferring some files. I was able to put all my files an 52 movie files on this sd card and still have about 50GB remaining. Now traveling is great because i have a laptop with a crazy long battery life and enough storage to put over 1/2 of my movie collection from my external HD on it for long days at work or travel. I might buy another for my camera and never have to worry about swapping sd cards ever again.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
starts out fine, but deteriorates eventually
I've had this for about 8 months and has been working fine in my phone for that time. Starting a few days ago, the phone seems to suddenly start having issues with it. First it was all my new photos taken magically disappearing from the sd card (thankfully, it saved itself to the backups on the internet before it happened). Then apps installed on the card started to also seemingly have trouble saving its data as well as the store having problems updating or installing new apps.
doesn't seem like this card is ideal for 24/7 use case in a phone as I've seen others having same issues after several months in the phone.
additional details from troubleshooting. the most bizarre thing that happens with this SD card right now is that if I delete anything from it, it'll seemingly restore itself to its previous state. This phenomenon happens from phone or via a PC whether I delete photos, add photos, delete all my apps, or delete any file really. The next time I insert the card, or reboot my phone, all the files I added or deleted are magically either gone or restored to how it was. It's almost like the card is in a snapshotted state, where it'll always revert back to that snapshot after the card in phone reboots or reinserted into a computer card reader.