Strontium Nitro 32GB Micro SDHC Memory Card 100MB/s A1 UHS-I U1 Class 10 w/ Adapter High Speed For Smartphones Tablets Drones Action Cams (SRN32GTFU1A1A)

January 14, 2020 - Comment

Strontium Nitro A1 & NBSP; micro SD SDHC & amp; SDXC memory card series, a new member to the Strontium Nitro family with up to 100MB/s transfer speed ranged from 32GB to 256GB capacities. A1 rated & NBSP; performance in the UHS-I U3(U1 for 32GB) Class 10 specification, not only delivering faster App performance, it

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Strontium Nitro A1 & NBSP; micro SD SDHC & amp; SDXC memory card series, a new member to the Strontium Nitro family with up to 100MB/s transfer speed ranged from 32GB to 256GB capacities. A1 rated & NBSP; performance in the UHS-I U3(U1 for 32GB) Class 10 specification, not only delivering faster App performance, it also allows full HD video recording as well as high resolution photo capturing. It is an ideal storage solution to your Android smartphone, tablet, camera, action cam, dash cam, drone, gaming console & amp; etc. With Strontium’s & NBSP; 4-ProofTechnology , the Strontium Nitro A1 micro SD SDHC & SDXC memory card is designed to last even against water, shock, magnet & amp; x-ray. Backed by Strontium Lifetime Warranty Packing Includes: 1 x Strontium Nitro A1 micro SD Card 1 x Strontium SD Adapter.

Product Features

  • HIGH PERFORMANCE – Transfer Speed Up to 100MB/s with UHS-I U1 Class 10 Specification. For Android Smartphones, Tablets, Drones, Action Cams and More
  • TECHNOLOGY – A1 Rated for Faster App Performance & Full HD Recording and Playback, High Resolution Photo Capturing
  • DATA SHARING MADE EASY – Can Be Used As an Standard Full Size SD Memory Card with The SD Adapter Included
  • DURABLE WITH 4 PROOF – Water Proof, Temperature Proof, Magnet Proof and X-Ray Proof
  • PEACE OF MIND – Strontium Lifetime Limited Warranty

Comments

Anonymous says:

Don’t risk something you’re not prepared to lose Perhaps I just received a defective card but approximately 75% of the pictures were ruined and were unable to be retrieved. This happened twice and with two different adapters.Card was formatted properly prior to use both times.I used mine in a game camera so I lost nothing that important but I could have just as easily used it for vacation photos or something equally important so my suggestion is to not risk something you’re not prepared to lose.

Anonymous says:

No pleased with this product. Bought two of the exact same cards. One to go into a new phone for my wife and the other for my son’s new phone too. They complained within a month that they the phones were telling them there was a problem with the cards. We reseated the cards and finally got them to be recognized again by the phones. Then in about another month same issue on both phones again. This time one card failed completely, contacted customer service and currently awaiting the shipment of a replacement card, but…

Anonymous says:

Fails to maintain Class 10/U1/U3 write speeds under sustained load Got this microSD card out of curiosity when it was on sale. The card is advertised as a Class 10/U3 card, so it should maintain at least 10MB/s when writing data. Running Crystal Disk Mark shows reasonably good numbers for sequential reads/writes which compare somewhat favorably to a 4-year-old 64GB Samsung Pro microSD card I had sitting around.However, trying to transfer a large 3.5GB data file to my Strontium Nitro A1 revealed a problem. The card appears to provide advertised…

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