SanDisk Ultra 8GB Class 10 UHS-I MicroSDHC Memory Card with Adapter

4.37 out of 5 based on 200 customer ratings
(197 customer reviews)

Comes with Adapter, Grey / Red. Perfect for Raspberry Pi.

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Product Description

  • Up To 48MB/s Read Speed
  • 10-Year Warranty
  • Includes SD Adapter

SanDisk 8GB Ultra Class 10 Micro SDHC Upto 48MB/s

Large-Capacity Card Holds Thousands of Photos or Hours of Video

With the SanDisk Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Card, you’ll never have to choose what to keep and what to delete on your Android smartphone or tablet. With a generous capacity of 8 GB (1), this card lets you shoot and store more photos and videos without running out of space. You’ll have enough room for thousands of high-resolution photos or hours of Full HD (2) video. Capture, carry, and keep your videos, hotos, and music at your fingertips with 8 GB of storage.

Shoot and store hours of Full HD video on your Android smartphone or tablet. View larger Capture Full HD Video on Your Android Smartphone or Tablet

The SanDisk Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Card is Class 10, letting you capture smooth Full HD video without interruption. Designed to be extremely durable, the memory card is waterproof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, magnet proof, and shockproof (3). The SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Card comes with a lifetime warranty (7).

Twice as Fast as Ordinary microSD Cards

SanDisk Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Cards are twice as fast as ordinary microSD cards (4). Read speeds of up to 48 MB/s (5) let you quickly transfer photos and videos from your smartphone to your tablet or computer.

Back Up Your Favorite Media with Memory Zone App

Available from the Google Play store, the SanDisk Memory Zone app (6) lets you view, access, and back up all your files from your phone’s memory in one convenient location. You can even set the app to move files from your device’s internal memory to your memory card automatically. An SD adapter is included to transfer files from your phone or tablet directly to your PC or Mac.

(1) 1 GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less. (2) Compatible device required. Full HD (1920×1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes and other factors. (3) Card only. See product packaging or visit our official website for additional information and limitations. (4) Ordinary cards up to 5 MB/s write speed. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. (5) Up to 48 MB/sec read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. X=150KB/s (6) Download and installation required. (7) 30 year warranty in Germany, Canada, and regions not recognizing lifetime warranty.

What’s in the Box

SanDisk Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Card (8 GB) and SD adapter.


  • Add up to 8 GB (1) of storage space to Android or other smartphone or tablet
  • Class 10 for recording Full HD (2) video
  • Read speeds up to 48 MB/s (5) for fast file transfer
  • SanDisk Memory Zone app (6) supports automatic file transfer to free up space on your device
  • Waterproof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, and magnet proof (3)
  • Includes SD adapter
  • 10 year warranty (7)

Additional Information



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Not all devices accept Micro SDHC Cards. Please test compatibility using this link: http://pct1.sandisk.com/NewSearch.aspx









197 reviews for SanDisk Ultra 8GB Class 10 UHS-I MicroSDHC Memory Card with Adapter

  1. 5 out of 5


    This card works great in my Fire HD 8. It has been installed for a month and has had no problems whatsoever. Just like you would expect from an SD card, my experience has been to plug it in and forget it’s there. Except when I’m playing media back from my extra 32GB of storage space of course.

    I’ve always had great results from SanDisk SD cards, unless you’re installing them in Samsung devices. I can’t confirm anything for certain, but they seem to fail quickly, within a year or two, in my Samsung Note 2. Last time I replaced it with a Samsung brand SD card and have not had any problems since. But for most everything else I would always choose this card first.

  2. 5 out of 5


    It works in my Surface Pro 3. There are random issues with the card being unmounted, but I can’t figure out why this happens. It used to happen frequently, but then I formatted it in NTFS and it only occurs maybe once every couple of weeks. A simple restart usually fixes the problem.

    Bottom Line: I am happy with the capacity that this card provides and the speed that it is able to playback 1080p video files and PC game loading.

  3. 5 out of 5


    SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card. I usually stick with the name brands for storage media, and have always had good experience with SanDisk. I got this to use with a Raspberry Pi 2, and also used it with a small Windows 10 tablet. Testing using H2testw over a USB3 connection shows 20 MB/s write and 68 MB/s read with 1 GB files. My system is running anti-virus and multiple applications, so your mileage may vary.

  4. 5 out of 5


    The SanDisk Ultra 64GB micro SDXC UHS-I Card was purchased for use in my Kindle Fire 7 Tablet. It fit perfectly into the slot in the tablet. I am very happy to have this extra memory available for use on my new tablet and would recommend it to any other users.

  5. 5 out of 5


    Very high capacity and isn’t slow to read and write. There have been an in-surge of knockoff products being made in China and shipped to Samsung, PNY, Sandisk and other facilities, but mine came and was an authentic SanDisk microsd. It hasn’t failed or given any signs of failing yet, but only time will tell. I’ll update this review should it stop working for me.

  6. 3 out of 5


    So far alright. Not sure about the stability of these cards. I had one instance where it is having trouble copying large files. I had this problem with some low quality ones. For bad quality micro sd cards, they get hot and putting an ice cube next to the reader cools down the card, then it copies fine. I didn’t do this to this card, just other cards of questionable quality that heated up. Will update as I burn in the cards though normal use………something they don’t do to electronic products anymore to weed out defective parts. Now the end user does it and why there is usually a 30-90day warranty period. Sucks cause this means your inconvenience for their profits.

  7. 1 out of 5


    Stay away! This is the worst in the long line of terrible products. Extremely, I mean painfully, slow on Surface Pro 3. I wanted this as a simple storage extension for music and non-essential files on my Surface Pro 3. But boy! You can’t even copy a few MB without losing your mind. Not worth even if somebody paid for you to use this.

  8. 1 out of 5


    Okay I ordered two cards, a 32GB and a 64GB on the same order. The 32GB card is still working grat but the 64GB card failed miserably and lost all my files! Had it installed in a Motorola Moto G smartphone for which Motorola states using a 64GB card is perfectly acceptable. After a month or so I started getting a warning about “SD Card Unexpectedly Removed” so I decided to format the card and try again. Well I put the card into my computer running Windows 7 and it wouldn’t even recognize it. Thanks Sandisk, really appreciate your crappy product losing half a month of photos and video. Luckily I had backed up the first 15 or so days of stuff and didn’t have anything really valuable on there for the last half of this card’s short life.

    I hope I’m doing this right and only writing this for the 64GB card, because the 32GB card is still working fine.

  9. 5 out of 5


    So I posed a question if I could use the 128 GB micro SDXC card w/adapter for the new 3DS. I got a few no’s and maybe’s. I decided to search for myself on Google. I found out I could; I bought the card and I’m not disappointment. After reformatting the card to 32 FAT and other edits, I was able to use the memory card like normal SD card without the sacrifice of losing the ability to keep up with the gaming processor. It’s a great memory card and currently holding 32 GB worth of video games, DLC, etc. Even if you have the regular 3DS it’s always great to upgrade the memory space and when you do decide to change to the ‘new’ 3DS you just need to transfer your system and change the memory card. Plus the price wasn’t too terrible. I would recommend this to 3DS owners and also PS vita owners since they did change to microSD cards for that system.

    This was the link I used to reformat the card for the 3DS.

  10. 5 out of 5


    I bought this for my Dash Cam Pro as advertised on TV . It says to buy a 32GB , well I was brain dead and bought a 64GB .I have used it in my Dash Cam pro and it seems to be working okay . So when you go and buy it , just get the 32GB like it says . I just take it out of the camera and stick it in my slot on my computer and go to the computer by clicking on the round icon down on the bottom left hand side .Then Click on computer .
    You will see removable icons . You have to find the one that is for your 32GB card . When you do a window will open up and it will have DCIM on the folder . Click on it and your video will be there .Then click on video and you have to have a program called VLC installed to view it . You can go to HIPPO.COM and download it .Its free and works great . It took me a while to figure out how to do all this.. That is why I am telling everyone how to do it with no problem . Enjoy

  11. 5 out of 5


    I recently learned that you have to be very careful when purchasing SD cards. Knock-off manufacturers are selling cards with falsified capacity. You don’t know you got a smaller card until you fill it to capacity, the card malfunctions and your data is unrecoverable. This is truly one of those purchases where, if the price seems to good to be true, it probably is. I have always had great luck with SanDisk and don’t want to risk loosing my data over a few bucks difference for the cheaper cards.

  12. 5 out of 5


    I have a Samsung card of the same size that sometimes works and sometimes does not work. Even though the card is 100% guaranteed, I can’t find any way to make them given me a new card. So I bought this card to go into my HyperDrive to add disc space to my MacBook Pro 15″. I got this micro SD card, took it out of the package, installed it into the Hyper Drive, installed the HyperDrive, and have been using it daily every since with no problems at all. I got the ultra because it is faster. Still not as fast as the solid state hard drive on the computer, but fast enough to store stuff I want to access frequently enough to keep local. In fact, I make daily backups of a local database to this micro SD card and this saves about 200MB per day.

  13. 5 out of 5


    Works perfectly as advertised. Now I can simply pop my microSD cards into my laptop’s SD card reader!

    EDIT: I guess I just reviewed the adapter only… Well, the 32GB card has been working great. I use it in my Mobius dash cam and it has been able to keep up with real-time recording from the cam with no issues whatsoever. The included SD adapter is fantastic … I can review dash cam footage in the truck by popping the microSD into the SD adapter and putting the whole mess into the SD card slot of my AVH-4100NEX. Or, I can take it in to the computer and watch/save/edit/post the footage directly from the microSD card/SD adapter combo. NO RAGRETS!! lol

  14. 1 out of 5


    I use my memory card very frequently to transfer videos and pictures to and from my phone and this card has not held up at all to this kind of use. Using it on my Toshiba Click 2 Pro and my Samsung Galaxy S5, The card began corrupting pictures taken on my phone and files transferred to the card until it locked up and would not allow writing to the card. The first card lasted a month, the replacement I got from SanDisk lasted a week and I got a third replacement which I sold. Bought a Samsung 128gb EVO+ for the same price and it’s been going strong for 4 months.

  15. 5 out of 5


    As described. No issues! Should have purchased this one the first time and would have saved lots of time and data. I previously bought a cheap ” Doote brand 128gb sd card” turns out it was a counterfeit card and it cost me big! The Sandisk is the real deal and I confidently record aerial photos and videos without issue!

  16. 2 out of 5


    Bought the 64GB SanDisk Ultra MicroSD card with adapter, when I plugged it in, it registered as a 32GB SD card. I should have known such a good price was too good to be true. Be very careful when buying these MicroSD cards, they are often resold under new labeling I have found, this is the second time it has happened on Amazon.

  17. :

    I bought this to store movies on so I can watch them on my surface tablet. Stores quite a few movies and concert films. I think I have around 18 movies stored on here. They are SD and not HD movies. Fast write speed. I use this in a SD card adapter on my desktop and use it by without adaptor in my surface tablet

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