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A1 read speed is up to 100mb/s while A2 is at up to 160mb/s, write speed for both is at 90mb/s. A2 is also optimized for cell phone applications.
Leo S.
· November 24, 2018
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Yes. Actually, it is at least 3x more capable at U3 than Class 10. Class 10 is 10 MB per second. There is a new "U" series defined for video, that extends the old class system. U1 has the same rate as Class 10. U3 is 30 MB per second. The Extreme is a U3 card.
Amazon Customer
· July 29, 2017
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My recommendation when purchasing a micro SD card is to use H2Testw. It's a software that tests the micro sd card memory speed and size. A lot of counterfeit cards say they're a higher size then they really are (example a counterfeit might say it's 256GB but after testing you'll find it's really 4GB). My only complaint… see more My recommendation when purchasing a micro SD card is to use H2Testw. It's a software that tests the micro sd card memory speed and size. A lot of counterfeit cards say they're a higher size then they really are (example a counterfeit might say it's 256GB but after testing you'll find it's really 4GB). My only complaint with H2Testw is it can take a really long time to scan larger size cards. see less My recommendation when purchasing a micro SD card is to use H2Testw. It's a software that tests the micro sd card memory speed and size. A lot of counterfeit cards say they're a higher size then they really are (example a counterfeit might say it's 256GB but after testing you'll find it's really 4GB). My only complaint with H2Testw is it can take a really long time to scan larger size cards.
S. E.
· January 5, 2022
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Yes, It does 4K 60fps with no issues. I use it in my GoPro Hero 6 and have never had issues. Also works great for 2.7K 120fps.
User
· March 22, 2019
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I don’t understand the question. What does switch mean. I used this on a netbook PC that the card reader died on. I plug in micro SD card into adapter and plug into computer to have access to data on the SD card. That worked for me.
James Haber
· May 9, 2019
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VERY LEGIT, I HAVE BEEN USING ONE IN MY aNDROID PHONE AS INTERNALMEMORY AS TH EVIDEO PLAY I WAS USING WOULD NOT FIND THE VIDEOS AS EXTERNAL (LIKE A DISK ON pc). I HAD SMALLER SIZE & RAN OUT OF SPACE, HAVE ABOUT 120 GIG VIDEOS & 30 GIG aUDIO. HAVE HAD NO PROBLEMS
DaddyRoadrunner
· February 13, 2022
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Yes, the 1TB SanDisk "Extreme" card works on the Switch. All sizes and speeds of MicroSD, up to 2TB (whenever those get made), will work. Nintendo recommends a speed of at least Class 10 and UHS-I, though.

That being said, the Switch's MicroSD card reader can only read at speeds up to 104MB/s. The "Extreme" and "Ext… see more
Yes, the 1TB SanDisk "Extreme" card works on the Switch. All sizes and speeds of MicroSD, up to 2TB (whenever those get made), will work. Nintendo recommends a speed of at least Class 10 and UHS-I, though.

That being said, the Switch's MicroSD card reader can only read at speeds up to 104MB/s. The "Extreme" and "Extreme Pro" cards are rated up to 160MB/s and 170MB/s, respectively. The Switch also cannot take advantage of the "A2" and "V30" specs, so buying the *fastest* card isn't necessarily the best option.

The cheaper SanDisk "Ultra" cards (rated up to 120MB/s) will work perfectly fine, leave enough comfortable overhead for the speed, and save you money.

Other reputable MicroSD card brands are: Kingston, Lexar, PNY, and Samsung. see less
Yes, the 1TB SanDisk "Extreme" card works on the Switch. All sizes and speeds of MicroSD, up to 2TB (whenever those get made), will work. Nintendo recommends a speed of at least Class 10 and UHS-I, though.

That being said, the Switch's MicroSD card reader can only read at speeds up to 104MB/s. The "Extreme" and "Extreme Pro" cards are rated up to 160MB/s and 170MB/s, respectively. The Switch also cannot take advantage of the "A2" and "V30" specs, so buying the *fastest* card isn't necessarily the best option.

The cheaper SanDisk "Ultra" cards (rated up to 120MB/s) will work perfectly fine, leave enough comfortable overhead for the speed, and save you money.

Other reputable MicroSD card brands are: Kingston, Lexar, PNY, and Samsung.

Herbie
· January 21, 2022
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Yes, you can record any digital files on this card. It is extremely fast, and can even handle 4K videos, and digital images. It's rated very fast.
So, music away! The hours of recording have to do with the quality and size of the files. I would suggest that you record onto your PC/Laptop, etc. Then, transfer to this … see more
Yes, you can record any digital files on this card. It is extremely fast, and can even handle 4K videos, and digital images. It's rated very fast.
So, music away! The hours of recording have to do with the quality and size of the files. I would suggest that you record onto your PC/Laptop, etc. Then, transfer to this card. The card will handle recording directly, but you might like to do some editing in between.
Here's a rough estimate of file size vs storage space:
https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-689dff666b8e146d2e19bce49ddde53e see less
Yes, you can record any digital files on this card. It is extremely fast, and can even handle 4K videos, and digital images. It's rated very fast.
So, music away! The hours of recording have to do with the quality and size of the files. I would suggest that you record onto your PC/Laptop, etc. Then, transfer to this card. The card will handle recording directly, but you might like to do some editing in between.
Here's a rough estimate of file size vs storage space:
https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-689dff666b8e146d2e19bce49ddde53e

FL Odie
· October 25, 2019
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Yes, it doesn't have to be a Samsung card
Denis
· August 9, 2019
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Hola, lo compré para mi MS Surface Pro 7 y no funciona. Verá que la unidad D se expulsa al azar cuando se usa,
Diivious
· December 13, 2019