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SanDisk Ultra 128 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance Up to 120 MB/s, Class 10, U1, Red/Grey,SDSQUA4-128G-GN6MA

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SanDisk Ultra 128 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance Up to 120 MB/s, Class 10, U1, Red/Grey,SDSQUA4-128G-GN6MA
SanDisk Ultra 128 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance Up to 120 MB/s, Class 10, U1, Red/Grey,SDSQUA4-128G-GN6MA

£12.90

Description

  • Ideal for Android smartphones and tablets, and MIL cameras
  • This product has been certified to meet Google’s compatibility standards. Chromebook and the Works With Chromebook badge are trademarks of Google LLC
  • Up to 1TB to store even more hours of Full HD video
  • Class 10 for Full HD video recording and playback
  • Up to 120MB/s transfer speeds let you move up to 1000 photos in a minute
  • Load apps faster with A1-rated performance

Additional information

Specification: SanDisk Ultra 128 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance Up to 120 MB/s, Class 10, U1, Red/Grey,SDSQUA4-128G-GN6MA

General
Brand

‎SanDisk

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎0.1 x 1.5 x 1.09 cm, 4.54 Grams

Batteries

‎1 A batteries required.

Item model number

‎SDSQUA4-128G-GN6MA

Manufacturer

Color

Processor Count

‎4

RAM Size

‎128 GB

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎2.6 British Thermal Units (BTUs)

Lithium Battery Packaging

‎Batteries contained in equipment

Lithium Battery Weight

‎0.5 milligrams

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells

‎7

Number of Lithium Metal Cells

‎7

Item Weight

‎4.54 g

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for SanDisk Ultra 128 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance Up to 120 MB/s, Class 10, U1, Red/Grey,SDSQUA4-128G-GN6MA

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  1. Jay Dee

    …this 32Gb [unformatted volume] works perfectly in my phone and provides temporary storage for photos etc.

    There are many disks on the market to choose from and there are also many fakes on the market that look genuine but are far from it – as I know to my cost – if it looks too cheap it’s probably a fake.

    I bought mine as a ‘Dispatched from and sold by Amazon’ which provides a level of surety regarding its heritage and a good price/delivery into the bargain.

    I am pleased to report that this works perfectly for me and on that basis I am very happy to recommend this item to you.

    Thank you for your time in reading my feedback/review – I hope it may have helped you in your buying decision.

    If this feedback/review has helped in any way please be kind enough to click on ‘Helpful’.

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  2. Mr Mallet

    Be careful when you buy memory chips as there are many fakes on the market, even the big retailers have been conned by the fakes. There are many websites which explain how to spot a fake and for me, when I plug the chip into my camera it will tell me how fast it is by using its identifier.

    For me I can take a burst shot of photos and they should save in a few seconds.

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  3. Ian

    Most likely fake, used in a camera for a few weeks then it stopped working. FYI argos has a 64gb for 8.99 and its genuine so I bought two from there.

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  4. Jon Mitchell

    I am involved in several new technologies in my work, in particular in prototyping, which includes 3D printing, developing single board computers (Like the Raspberry Pi, Asus Tinkerboard, Odroid, khadas), which all rely on good quality, fast, reliable SD Cards, and from experiences (many bad) with other brands of SD Card, I now stick with Sandisk cards, probably buying 15 to 20 sd cards per year.
    I am also keen on photography and need to do this as part of my job also, where also SD cards are important, and also select Sandisk SD cards here as well.
    With all this technology in my life, I also often need USB memory sticks (USB Drives) and also use Sandisk there also.
    At this point you probably think I have shares in Sandisk! But no, I am just someone who has been burned by cheap SD and Micro SD cards in heavy duty environments where they really do get a pounding, with some other brands only lasting a few weeks, whereas some of my Sandisk SD and MicroSD cards are now several years old…

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  5. tingtang

    Great for what I wanted it for. No skips. I originally bought a 64 GB one but found out that it was too big for my Maps & More unit. It played but skipped and faltered sometimes. This one has worked faultless with it, hold my music with ease.

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  6. Mr. J. Kapherr

    I’m not new to technology; wrote my first game back in the 80’s. Studied computer science in the 90’s and worked in the industry since 1996. I’ve seen tech come and go, including the introduction of MicoSD cards.

    I’ve ALWAYS purchased SanDisk cards as they have been super-reliable and used them in phones, tablets, security cameras, dashcams, action cams and Raspberry Pis.

    When I purchased this SanDisk Ultra, I noticed the sudden flimsy feel of the plastic used. So much so, one actually snapped when inserting it into a Raspberry Pi (and I wasn’t being a gorilla with it – the plastic is really soft). Amazon thankfully replaced it with another one (Thanks A!).

    The replacement came and I decided to put it into my GoPro 9. All was good until I came to record video – it would stutter and even give corrupted recordings. Not good.

    I plugged it into my card reader and now the computer isn’t reading the card. When I took it out of the card reader, the card was VERY hot. Not “fry an egg” hot, but…

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  7. Grace Laycock

    UPDATE! : runs in the switch really well playing Mario odyssey is like a dream smooth not slow or any lag

    Fits the nintendo switch one of my games is downloading on it I will give an update on how it plays but so far so good package came undamaged looks great

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  8. KB

    Early days. It’s in a Garmin Drive Assist 51 Sat Nav with built in dash cam and it’s the card that records video (and overwrites it when it’s full. The previous one (a Samsung EVO), lasted 15 months before it started to say the card is deteriorating and needs replacing, I did format it but after a month it started displaying the same message so I bought this Sansisk Ultra as a replacement.

    I now know that you can buy High Endurance cards designed for dashcams. I didn’t realise that up to now. I now also know that there’s no waranty on these cards if you use them in a dashcam – plus I also now know that Samsung won’t uphold their warranty and tell you to go to the seller … and the seller tells you to go to Samsung. So maybe just get the cheapest half decent make and take your chances.

    To their credit Amazon did refund me the cost of the Samsung after 15 months, so well done Amazon I bought this Sandisk as a replacement from Amazon as a gesture of faith rather than go elsewhere.

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