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I bought it for a game console. Speed is good, price is acceptable, so far no problem. Maybe is not the best choice from memory size, but from the price side, it has a good value. I think the capacity would be enough at least for a couple of years to use moderately. Of course ever onece a while you need to delete your unwanted data or transfer them to another space, which is fine to me.
The amount of memory for 10.99 is very reasonable. My Amazon Fire 8 tablet transferred four apps and other data files amounting to 1 gigabyte. You have to be careful when inserting the card into the sd card slot. The card is offline on my music mp3 files, so I need to find out what offline means. However, the card seems to be compatible with my tablet and Samsung phone.
Windows shows the formatted capacity as 125,093,937,152 bytes (116GB) which is obviously less than 128,000,000,000 bytes and equates to about 116.5 * 1024^3. On my otherwise idle laptop windows transferred a 5GB file from the SSD boot drive to this microsd card at a rate of about 11MB/s. That meets minimum U1 speed requirements but is slower than expected. I am a bit disappointed. Based on the price I will keep it but would not buy again.
Bought a 32GB 2-pack and was sceptical having been duped by defective memory card products in the past. I performed full write, read/verify passes in H2testw; both cards achieved average write/read speeds of 20.2/62.6 MBs and the contents were verified successfully.
I will only be using them in unimportant single-board computers but I'm pleased with these cards.