Summary: Used this successfully in my Samsung Note 3 for 9 months until I replaced it with it's 64 gb bigger brother. Both seem to work fine. I bought another just to have a spare SD card lying around.
Summary: Works fine with my Y300 cellphone, 32Gb and is quite fast compare to my Silicon Power Class 10 16GB which it replaced. To be honest I prefer SP than Adata since I had bad experience with their Computer ram. By the way, RMA is smooth with Adata if you ever ran into problems with it. Would buy again if the price is right. Paid $15 includes taxes and shipping for it.
Summary: I bought 3 of these. 2 for PSP's and 1 for my daughters DS. They all work flawlessly. I am using 2 of the cards with an adapter to work in the PSP 1000's. I have not tested yet if I can have 2 of them working in the adapter which allows for 2 32 gig sd cards in the adapter. I will edit the review once I have tested that in the far future. I would purchase these again.
Summary: Actual storage came up as 29.7GB, so plenty of space for most things. It's UHS-1 capable, so read/write speeds should be much faster than normal Class 10. My tablet PC was reading consistently at 45MiB/s, writing around 18-22MiB/s. For $16 it's definitely worth it for the r/w speeds alone.
Pros: - fast r/w, - good storage capacity for most applications
Summary: This isn't like buying a new pair of boots. The card either does what it is supposed to do or not. This one does. I bought a Nextbook with 32 GB internal stroage, leaving about 24 GB for my use. Being old and accustomed to having a HUGE hard drive, I'm slow to jump on the cloud computing concept so I got this little drive to augment the internal. I even got so bold as to install some of my bulkier programs on it, Open Office and E-Sword Bible software.