SanDisk Ultra 16GB Ultra Micro SDHC UHS-I/Class 10 Card with Adapter (SDSQUNC-016G-GN6MA)
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|Raspberry Pi Case (Black) fits Raspberry Pi 3, 2 and B+
|Raspberry PI 3 Model B A1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU, 1GB RAM
Capture, carry and keep more high-quality photos and full HD video on your Android smartphone or tablet. Transfer pictures and videos from the card to your PC at a no-wait rate of up to 80MB/s. The SanDisk Memory Zone app, available on the Google Play store, makes it easy to view, access, and back up your files from your phone's memory. To help your smartphone run at its peak performance, set the app to automatically off-load files from your smartphone's internal memory to the card. Built to perform in extreme conditions, SanDisk Ultra micro SDHC and micro SDXC cards are water proof, temperature proof, shock proof, X-ray proof and magnet proof. The SanDisk Ultra card is rated Class 10 for Full HD video and comes with a SD adapter and a ten-year warranty.
Most helpful customer reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
By Tami Bassett
Perfect SD card for your Raspberry Pi! 16GB will run just about everything you want, (I use the 64GB version for Retropie). Very fast, and of course it is SanDisk, 50+ SD cards from them and never once a problem!
I noticed there are 100 people already listing read/write speeds, so I will not add to that ginormous list, instead just say, this is the one you want.
Many people use 8GB, don't, later you will want the other 8, and only for a couple dollars more, who would argue?!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
A Card that Works
Generic SD cards may not work or die after a short time. Some cards will work fine in cameras but not in phones. These work well in all applications.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Works as it is supposed to. Fast card, as it should be.
By Joe Jackson
Bought several of these for use with Raspberry Pi's. They are fast, and they seem to have a decent lifetime. Boot time is fast, as it should be.
One thing to note if you are using these for a R-Pi and burning images to them from a PC. Make sure the SD card reader in your PC can handle a 16 GB card. Some of the 'older' drives cannot, and when you try to format the card, it will only format it at 56 MB instead of the full capacity.