SanDisk 128GB 100MB/s microSDXC Memory Card for Nintendo Switch
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- Licensed exclusively for the Nintendo Switch
- 128GB storage capacity to store your games and other media
- UHS class-3 rating supports 4K video graphics
- Supports data read speeds up to 100MB/s
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Of the 3960 reviewers who responded, 3887 would recommend this product.
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- Micro Sd Card- July 13, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Mircro SDXCfor Nintendo switch it’s more memory allows you to have more space to add more digital content to it and it also can be used for computers cell phones, and Nintendo 3DS. Also it can read SanDisk128 GB Spees up to 100 MB is read those are recommend to all gamesFriends and family manualYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A Must-Have for Switch- August 17, 2018
The Switch has a decent amount of storage to begin with, but as the amount of new games that get added to the eShop grows and grows, especially indie titles that will never be released on a game card, the need for additional space also grows. While it is my understanding that most SanDisk cards will work, this one is specifically designed for the Switch to ensure fast loading. All of the games I had previously downloaded on the main storage of the Switch and transferred to the card I have seen no change in speed/load times. It's also very easy to transfer, basically delete the existing file (not the save data) and re-download after the SD Card.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Formatting issues- February 14, 2021
Just put the memory card in which is specifically for the switch into 2 Nintendo Switch units and neither one will recognize the MicroSD card. Following thr instructions, I turned the switch off and inserted the card. Then turned on the switch. I only saw the Nintendo logo screen and waiting for 20 min it would not go past that screen. The other switch did recognize the card and tried to format the card, but later after restarting, it took me back to the same screen to format the drive stating the MicroSD card cannot be used. Honestly I would have thought using thr Nintendo brand sdxc SD card would prevent issues such as this.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.