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Differently than some answers to this.. the exact data in the A1 and A2 specs are this (directly from the sdcard.org website):
A1 1500 IOPS (Input-Outputs per second) random read, 500 IOPS random write, and 10MB/s Sustained Sequential Write.
A2 4000 IOPS random read, 2000 IOPS random write and 10MB/s Sustained Seq… see more
Differently than some answers to this.. the exact data in the A1 and A2 specs are this (directly from the sdcard.org website):
A1 1500 IOPS (Input-Outputs per second) random read, 500 IOPS random write, and 10MB/s Sustained Sequential Write.
A2 4000 IOPS random read, 2000 IOPS random write and 10MB/s Sustained Sequential Write.
Not sure where the other answers claim 100MB/s and higher, but these specs are from the website and anyone that believes more then these, are trusting in hearsay. They may have that high read speeds, but typically, the write speeds are the problems. Personally, I think the A2 specs are way better then the A1 since the devices can respond much quicker to changing Input and Output, and hence speed up their response times. see less
Differently than some answers to this.. the exact data in the A1 and A2 specs are this (directly from the sdcard.org website):
A1 1500 IOPS (Input-Outputs per second) random read, 500 IOPS random write, and 10MB/s Sustained Sequential Write.
A2 4000 IOPS random read, 2000 IOPS random write and 10MB/s Sustained Sequential Write.
Not sure where the other answers claim 100MB/s and higher, but these specs are from the website and anyone that believes more then these, are trusting in hearsay. They may have that high read speeds, but typically, the write speeds are the problems. Personally, I think the A2 specs are way better then the A1 since the devices can respond much quicker to changing Input and Output, and hence speed up their response times.

Calvin Thomas
· March 1, 2019
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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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So, this came in the manufacturer's original sealed packaging. I was able to reformat it and install my own security protocols and download movies as well as television shows. I've had absolutely no issues with the product. The data loaded is recognized by Asus and HP laptops and a Panasonic TV. Again I would stick wit… see more So, this came in the manufacturer's original sealed packaging. I was able to reformat it and install my own security protocols and download movies as well as television shows. I've had absolutely no issues with the product. The data loaded is recognized by Asus and HP laptops and a Panasonic TV. Again I would stick with "Sold and shipped by Amazon. I don't know where or from whom the other reviewers purchased their item from. see less So, this came in the manufacturer's original sealed packaging. I was able to reformat it and install my own security protocols and download movies as well as television shows. I've had absolutely no issues with the product. The data loaded is recognized by Asus and HP laptops and a Panasonic TV. Again I would stick with "Sold and shipped by Amazon. I don't know where or from whom the other reviewers purchased their item from.
Derek F
· March 15, 2019
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Tested on GoPro Hero 8, no issues.
Al
· November 2, 2019
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to legit to quit
Adam M.
· May 2, 2019
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Yes. The Nintendo Switch can handle up to 2TB. https://www.nintendo.com/switch/features/tech-specs/
Brayan Carrera
· July 4, 2019
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Yes. The Nintendo Switch can hold up to 2TB. https://www.nintendo.com/switch/features/tech-specs/
Brayan Carrera
· July 4, 2019
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You can store any file you want on this. Music, images, video, documents, etc. It does not care what type of file you store on it. How much you can store on it depends on many things. If you record songs on high quality the files will be much larger than if they are recorded at low quality. Most MP3 songs ripped o… see more You can store any file you want on this. Music, images, video, documents, etc. It does not care what type of file you store on it. How much you can store on it depends on many things. If you record songs on high quality the files will be much larger than if they are recorded at low quality. Most MP3 songs ripped of CDs at standard quality are about 30MB. If you use this as an example, you may be able to hold 450 songs. But this will vary greatly depending on the size of your music files. There is no hard answer. see less You can store any file you want on this. Music, images, video, documents, etc. It does not care what type of file you store on it. How much you can store on it depends on many things. If you record songs on high quality the files will be much larger than if they are recorded at low quality. Most MP3 songs ripped of CDs at standard quality are about 30MB. If you use this as an example, you may be able to hold 450 songs. But this will vary greatly depending on the size of your music files. There is no hard answer.
SammyTop Contributor: Watches
· 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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I got one in my note 9 love it
danny
· February 26, 2019