It's 7.2G, not 8G and that makes a difference to me.
Dr. Andrew Huang, Amazon
30 March 2016
Summary: It's not a full 8G, it's actually 7.2G. I'm fine with having only 90% of spec, but this is a serious problem for me because I planned to use it to deploy Debian images extracted from 7.34G cards. 7.34 > 7.2 and so these won't fit. Though the packaging is frustration free, the product is not.
Summary: I purchased two of these for my two smart phones with the primary intent of using it for pictures and videos. Upon mounting tge card, I went right to the settings if my phone to see how many gigs were available and to my dismay, it reflected 27.5 gigs available.
Summary: I have purchased over 8 of these during over a year span. I found that working out of the package, and how long it lasts varies greatly. It is really hit or miss with these. Will I buy more? My answer would be only of I can lose everything on the card.
Pros: Low price, usually reliable.
Cons: Not all will last long if they even work at all.
Cons: I've only had this SD card for only 5 months and now my phone isn't recognizing the SD and my phone says there isn't a SD card in my phone, so my SD card died on me over night. for my galaxy note 3
Summary: I transferred this to my new phone a month ago. It was causing my camera and photo gallery to lag. I formatted the card from my phone, and that seemed to resolve the issue for another week. Then one day, it was no longer read by my phone, nor from my computer.
Pros: Worked great when it was working.
Cons: Died after 15 months, just after the warranty period.
Summary: Worked good as storage of movies for my daughter's tablet. Then it failed... trying some basic reformatting, and related procedures both in-tablet and in computer, it is now completely dead, not readable by anything.
Pros: Was a good price, worked for a little over a year. Theoretical lifetime warranty.
Cons: DEAD after about 14 months of basic storage service (for tablet)