Amazon.ca Amazon.ca: SanDisk 128GB microSDXC Memory Card for Nintendo Switch $28.99 (regularly $44.99) Get a SanDisk 128GB Nintendo Switch Card for $29!

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Download more games with extra storage from Amazon.ca, because you can get the SanDisk 128GB microSDXC Memory Card for Nintendo Switch for $28.99 (regularly $44.99) -- a savings of $16.00!

This is the same memory card that went on sale last week for $27.99, but it quickly sold out and has been unavailable since. $28.99 is still an excellent value for this 128GB card, which is designed specifically for Nintendo Switch and features Switch branding and a tiny Toad printed on the card itself -- for comparison, the same card is currently $44.99 at Best Buy, while a SanDisk 128GB microSDXC card without Nintendo branding is $38.94 at Amazon.ca. A few notable features include:

  • Licensed exclusively for Nintendo Switch
  • 128GB storage capacity to store your games and other media
  • UHS class-3 rating supports 4K video
  • Supports data read speeds up to 100MB/s
  • Compatible with any device with a microSD slot

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    • Does this work with GoPro Hero 7? Been looking for a good deal on SD card
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    • M123456 wrote: Does this work with GoPro Hero 7? Been looking for a good deal on SD card
      Yes. This writes at over 70MB/sec (benchmarked personally and reviewed) it's UH3 ( despite them almost hiding the fact) and it's one of the fastest cards you can buy. Got one last week and I'm impressed.
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    • redon2 wrote: Yes. This writes at over 70MB/sec (benchmarked personally and reviewed) it's UH3 ( despite them almost hiding the fact) and it's one of the fastest cards you can buy. Got one last week and I'm impressed.
      but according to https://gopro.com/help/articles/block/m ... iderations
      this does not work with 7

      ANCZA and GNCZN are the same if i understand it correctly
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    • paulbian wrote: I bought this for my switch, how different is it? Its a few dollars more (I bought at 34$) and it says the max write speed is 90MB/s
      https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07FCM ... UTF8&psc=1

      I'm pretty sure they are the same thing if you read Rendon2's post.

      From the description of this card

      " The super-fast SanDisk Extreme microSDXC memory card reads up to 160MB/s and writes up to 90MB/s"
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    • redon2 wrote: Yes. This writes at over 70MB/sec (benchmarked personally and reviewed) it's UH3 ( despite them almost hiding the fact) and it's one of the fastest cards you can buy. Got one last week and I'm impressed.
      Typo on your part. It's U3 rated (no such thing as UH3)

      U is a speed rating. (U1, U3 etc)
      UHS is a card interface type (UHS-I, UHS-II are the two types on the market)
      V is a video rating. The Sandisk Extreme which is the same as this card is rated for V30, which means 30MB/s sustained writing speed
      A is application rating. A1, A2 etc

      This card should be fine for GoPro which need V30 rating for 4K 60fps
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    • Bought this card last week for my Hero 7, after brief testing it works fine.
      M123456 wrote: Does this work with GoPro Hero 7? Been looking for a good deal on SD card
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    • Good for system storage for the Nvidia Shield 2019 8GB model?
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    • It says it usually ships in 2- to weeks, what is that? Have they sold out? of the regular stock but the sale is still going..
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    • The regular one is in stock, 200gb is only $10 more.
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    • SaugaDealz wrote: The regular one is in stock, 200gb is only $10 more.
      that card has slower speeds than the posted deal. more space, but slower speed and the reason for the lower price point too.
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    • The Nintendo branded ones don't offer anything extra over regular ones, tested below. As long as the read/write speed is over 95mb/s, you'll be fine and anything over is not utilized

      https://youtu.be/rVyMm4rcJNk
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