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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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264 of 272 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.
I have not "received a discounted or free card in exchange for my honest review". Although being solicited, never have and never will, so you can trust my reviews are 100% objective.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful.
This is a very fast card, particularly suited to not only transferring files quickly but also running as a phone or tablet card for applications as well.
In phones and tablets one of the most important things is not just the transfer speed but also the IOPs that the card can deliver. Many class 10 cards have great transfer speeds but terrible and I mean terrible IOPs, often a 5 year old card easily out performs them in IOPs.
This card delivers in both areas, fast class 10 transfer speeds 23mb read, 15mb write but also 482 write IOPs and 1668 read IOPs.
That's IOP speeds that are slower than an SSD but way faster than a hard disk. Bare in mind that some class 10 cards give 4 write IOPs and you can see why I'm impressed. The only card I have seen outperform it in IOPs it the SanDisk Extreme Pro and they are seriously expensive and not available in 64gb. Testing against the third SanDisk I have, a 32gb ultra, is almost funny as the ultra only gives 15 write IOPs under the same conditions, making this card 30 times faster.
What does this mean for normal use, well it translates into an excellent general purpose card, that even if it doesn't have the official fastest transfer speeds will actually perform much better in the real world. Which is why its getting such rave reviews on here for speed (so long as you get a genuine one!)
This was tested in my Dell Venue 8 tablet using the built in card reader. For the techies (if you've got this far then I assume you are)I am actually using it to run Server 2012 virtual machines in VMWare workstation and the performance is surprisingly good, I would even call it snappy!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
Caution - "Class 10" may be suspect, not a good card for Fiio
By Oddly Opinionated
Caution - while it says Class 10, there are clearly issues with the card's read speed. I have a Fiio X5, which has two card slots. I put the Samsung in one, and a Lexar Class 10 in the other. Files up to 24/192 played just fine from the Lexar card.
On the Samsung card, files deeper than 24/48 do NOT play reliably. A couple will play fine and then the playback begins to stutter and crackle. That's characteristic of the card not being able to feed the data fast enough to the Fiio.
Contacted Fiio tech support and they confirmed that many customers have had playback issues with Samsung Class 10 cards. It's so close in price to the Lexar card, very disappointing. Not sure what I'm going to do with it now.
If you have a Fiio, buy a Lexar, Sandisk, or Kingston card. While Fiio recommends Lexar or Kingston, I've got some 64gb Sandisk Class 10 that work just fine.