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SanDisk Ultra 400GB Micro SD - 100MB/s $86.59 Shipped @ Amazon AU

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Sandisk Micro SD Card Ultra 400GB back in stock at $86.56 (save another $1.01) with free delivery with Amazon.

Great for adding extra memory to your Surface Pro, Android Phone or Nintendo Switch.

Reposted from the previous deal with permission from admin.

Thanks to williewuboy for noting back in stock.

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    Can this size be formatted to fat32?

    • +4 votes

      Yes any size can be format to fat 32 , but need software to do it. Auto format from phone or any device will auto exfat or ntfs. Very easy on windows with fat32 format software.

      • +5 votes

        This is true for currently available microsds
        But 2TiB is is the max volume size for fat32.
        This is around 2.2TB

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          around 2.2TB

          Wut?

          • +4 votes

            @Diji1: 2 TiB is 2 Tebibytes, or 2 x 1024 x 1024 x 1024 x 1024 bytes, or 2,199,023,255,552 bytes

            so 2 Tebibytes is about 2.2 Terabytes or 2.2TB.

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            @Diji1: TiB (Tebibytes) are slightly bigger than TB (Terabytes)
            TiB are 1024 gibibytes and gibibytes are 1024 mebibytes and so on, but storage manufacturers make TB and GB, which is a straight base 1000.
            2TB is 2,000,000,000,000 Bytes, but 2Tib is 2,199,023,255,552 bytes

    • +1 vote

      google guiformat.exe

      resolved.

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      Excuse me but they're curves32

  • +4 votes

    or Nintendo Switch.

    Got one during black friday sales.
    Kids are trying hard to fill it up…

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      Kids as in you?

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      Thanks for letting us know

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        You're welcome.

  • +1 vote

    How much is this usually?

  • +4 votes

    Got one of these in Black Friday deals. No regrets. All the eShop sales we've been having recently have made me go more digital on my Switch (with a few exceptions).

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    Still remember the good ol times when you could get one for $69 …. Last december

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      Lol the economy has changed a bit since then!

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    The 200GB variation of this card wasn't stable on my Switch. I'll stick with Samsung Evo Plus for now.

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      do you have the exact specs of the Samsung evo plus that you reckon works really well for the switch? :)

    • +2 votes

      No issues with the 200GB SanDisk in my Switch.

      • +2 votes

        Same, no issue with 200gb sandisk with Switch.

    • +1 vote

      All my SanDisk cards have been less reliable compared to my Samsung Evo.

      However, my SanDisk SSDs are pretty good. I wonder what's going on with that.

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      I had random weirdness with a 128Gb patriot. Bought a 5 pack, so I tried another… No problems. All cards worked in any/all other devices.

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    Anyone know what is involved in migrating from an existing 64Gb SD card (used with Nintendo Switch) to this? Is it simply copying files, or is there something switch-specific that needs to be done?

    • +1 vote

      Prob best to copy to internal storage, swap cards and repeat - at least that can be done now…

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      iv done this and it worked.

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      Simple copy and paste works fine if your games were downloaded to the card.

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    jesus christ. this thing is twice the size of my laptop drive.

    • +9 votes

      And about 10 times slower!

      • +1 vote

        true lol…but it's crazy how much (assuming many will get this for phones) data people keep on their phones. And a lot not able to be backed up.

    • +7 votes

      Wow your laptop must be tiny! How do you type on something that small?

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        Ever tried using a base model Macbook Pro mate?

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        lol…gold!!!! well played. love the lateral thinking lol

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    wow, nice one - tempted but maybe later

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    Do not buy this sd card for laptop storage expasion. The data transfer rate of this card is only 10-15m in most case. Buy samsung evo+ if you dont need big storage expasion. Sandisk Ultra is complete trash

    • +2 votes

      It really depends on what you use the additional storage for.

      I have an old 128gb I use to store movies when I travel(not anytime soon lol), perfectly fine for that type of thing.

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      Not really, depending on your device.
      See this test:
      https://www.gsmarena.com/sandisk_ultra_400gb_microsd_review-...

      I'm getting pretty much similar results (90MB/s reads, 60-70MB write) on my mobile phone

      EDIT: There's plenty of fakes, so if you don't then likely you don't have genuine Sandisk product

  • +9 votes

    And here I was getting ready to post my first deal in 5 years… ah well.

    Still bought it

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      Hahaha at least you got some cred

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      Sorry for stealing your thunder…..

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      do you still live near eastgarden?

  • +2 votes

    We really are living in the future - 400 gigabytes in a space the size of your fingernail!

    • +4 votes

      imagine the capacity if these were all jammed into a 2.5 or 3.5 form factor and joined up!

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      You have small fingernails…

      But seriously, I whacked one of these in my phone and it's all I could ever need. I so rarely I go anywhere I can't stream that even with all local copies of YTM, Netflix etc turned on I still have lots of space.

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        You don't have two 'little fingers'??

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      What even crazier is you can buy 1TB microSD cards now.

  • +1 vote

    Are these any good for the DJI Mavic Air 1? Not sure if I should get this or something like https://www.amazon.com.au/SanDisk-Extreme-Micro-Memory-Perfo... that (128gb)

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      Id also like to know, looks like we posted at the near synchronous time

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    Would this be borderline performance wise for GoPro 7 or DJI Mavic Air?

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      For GoPro it should be fine. For Mavic you need a U3 card.

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    Selecting other seller: $69.95+ $5.50 delivery (https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B074RNRM2B/ref=crt_ewc_...)

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      Any idea How good is this seller?

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        No very good looking at the reviews

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          No idea tbh, but has 4 reviews, the only bad one is the oldest one ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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    How does this go in a switch? Currently have a Sandisk extreme

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    Think Samsung EVO+ is better in terms of speed?

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      Yes. Ultra is their budget line, the Extreme product line gives equal performance to EVO+.

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    Selecting other sellers: there are 3 cheaper sellers the the OP. The cheapest has terrible reviews. Not sure about the others…

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    Price is going down now at the time of me posting $87.37

    • +1 vote

      I wonder how long before it gets down to the $69.90 it sold for back in December 2019?

  • +2 votes
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    its still amazing to think, you can hold 400gb in a tiny looking chip. 10tb micro will be reality soon

    • -1 vote

      No it won't. 2TB is the maximum the SDXC specification supports, anything larger won't be supported by current devices.

      • +3 votes

        i mean further generations, felt like only yesterday i had 512mb micros

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    Dang deal already expired

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      Back in stock by $90.95 now

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    I want to use this to backup my laptop (lenovo thinkpad) 256GB. Will it work ? Thanks in advance.

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      If your ThinkPad has a microSD slot it should be fine. I use this card as additional storage for my Surface Pro, but less critical data such as download and OneDrive local data.

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        Yes it does. I basically want to do imaging in case something goes wrong, such as theft or simply laptop breaks down.