Holiday Gift Guide 2016 – 2017: Top 10 Best SD Cards


SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD


Who says 128GB of storage is enough on a micro SD card? SanDisk surely didn't. They have crammed in 200GB of storage in that small card, and the best part? It's compatible with your smartphone. Like the Honor 8, Moto G4, Moto Z, and others. This particular micro SD card does come with an adapter so it can be used in devices that use regular SD cards as well.


Buy the SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD

PNY Elite 200GB microSDXC Card



If you're not a fan of SanDisk, not to worry. PNY has their Elite 200GB microSDXC card available as well. It's roughly the same price as SanDisk's offering. And of course, it will work with most smartphones that have a micro SD card slot. On top of that, it does also come with an SD card adapter.

Buy the PNY Elite 200GB MicroSDXC Card

SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSDXC



Here's something with slightly less storage, but it does have faster write speeds. That will be important for when you are recording 4K or using it for adoptable storage on your smartphone. The SanDisk Ultra 128GB MicroSDXC also comes with an adapter, and provides you with a ton of storage for your smartphone.

Buy the SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSDXC


Transcend 64GB SDXC


If you're looking for a SD card that will work with your camera, or perhaps even your laptop or desktop, then Transcend has a great option here with 64GB of storage. It has pretty fast write speeds, so it'll be great for taking pictures or recording video, even with a higher frame rate or resolution.


Buy the Transcend 64GB SDXC

Transcend 128GB High Speed 10 UHS-3 Flash Memory Card



Here's another option from Transcend, this time around it's a faster memory card and double the capacity. We're looking at 128GB of storage along with write speeds of 95MB/s, for those that are recording 4K content, this is a fantastic SD card to use in your camera, or camcorder.

Buy the Transcend 128GB SD Card

PNY Elite Performance 64 GB High Speed SDXC Class 10



PNY has a 64GB SD card here that is Class 10. Which means it's fast enough to be used in your camera, without having to wait for it to write to your SD card before moving onto taking more pictures and/or video. Making it a great option for those that don't need a ton of storage on a SD card.

Buy the PNY Elite Performance 64GB SDXC

Samsung EVO 32GB Class 10 Micro SDHC Card


One of the many micro SD cards in Samsung's EVO lineup, is this 32GB Class 10 micro SDHC card. It's a great card because it is a Class 10 card, meaning that it has speeds fast enough to read and write your apps, as well as photos, video, music and other files. This one will work with any smartphone with a micro SD card slot as well.

Buy the Samsung EVO 32GB Class 10 Micro SDHC Card

Samsung Pro Plus 128GB MicroSDXC Memory Card


This micro SDXC card from Samsung is a much faster writing and reading card than the EVO model above. It also has a whole lot more storage. Samsung touts that this memory card can write at speeds up to 95MB/s, which is more than enough for writing 4K video to a memory card. Which is important, as most smartphones can now record video in 4K.

Buy the Samsung Pro Plus 128GB Micro SDXC

SanDisk Ultra 32GB Micro SDXC Card


Just need a little bit of extra space? SanDisk has you covered with this micro SDXC card. It's a 32GB model, and it's got some pretty decent write speeds. We're looking at 48MB/s, and it does also come with an adapter. Allowing you to use the micro SDXC card in your camera or any other device that uses a full SD card.

Buy the SanDisk Ultra 32GB Micro SDXC Card

SanDisk Extreme PRO 128GB SDXC Flash Memory Card


Here's one more offering from SanDisk. This is their Extreme PRO memory card, which makes it the fastest memory card available right now. And it has a pretty impressive 128GB of storage available. Making it a must buy for anyone out there that's a photographer, or uses their camera quite a bit.

Buy the SanDisk Extreme PRO 128GB SDXC Card

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