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Get the SanDisk ultra 64gb microSDXC class 10 memory card for only $49.99 with free shipping from Best Buy or go to www.bestbuy.com/site/SanDisk+-+Ultra+64GB+microSDXC+Class+10+Mem...

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Too bad sdxc cards don't easily work in a lot of sd card devices. You can format with fat32 into 2 32gb partitions, if your device can read additional partitions, to get around incompatibilities with exFat

Reots said:   Too bad sdxc cards don't easily work in a lot of sd card devices. You can format with fat32 into 2 32gb partitions, if your device can read additional partitions, to get around incompatibilities with exFat

How are SDHX cards different from SDHC ?

You sure seem to post a lot of cold to lukewarm best buy deals.

Cheaper on Amazon if you don't pay tax.
http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-MicroSDXC-Memory-Adapter-SDSDQU-06...
Camel shows this is the normal price.

OP: better change the typo error in your $99.99 price.

It is $49.99 at Best Buy. I bought the same shit for $33 recently. Best Buy is still a rip off. You pay $50 you will regret. These Thanksgiving I bet you can get it for $25 or less.

yeah sorry this is not a hot deal...same card available all over for $50 or less.

All of the Sandisk Ultra 64GB Class 10 cards are the same, even though there are a bunch of SKUs. Some come with app for phones that you can download separately anyway.

Same price at Amazon...

Since no one has replied, I'll give you my lame interpretation:
I believe SDHC only goes up to 32 gb.
SDXC goes beyond that 64 gb and up. Please correct if I am wrong.

BennyZz said:   Reots said:   Too bad sdxc cards don't easily work in a lot of sd card devices. You can format with fat32 into 2 32gb partitions, if your device can read additional partitions, to get around incompatibilities with exFat

How are SDHX cards different from SDHC ?



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