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Pros: It finally worked in a Samsung cellphone.
Cons: Initially did not work at all in two Android tablets and one Samsung cellphone Could not be read in a card slot on my desktop or notebook computer. Finally did work in a second (but identical to the first) Samsung phone.
Other Thoughts: Once it did work work in the second cell phone I left it there, afraid to attempt anything else. The is is not the first disappointment I've had with Kingston memory. Attempted more than once to use Kingston desktop memory in different builds, with less than satisfactory results. I know fans of Kingston will have nothing else, but I have had better results with G-Skill. So I will try G-Skill SDXC cards. One more thought, for those who are attempting to read the SDXC flash cards in the notebook card readers and having no luck, once the capacity of the card reaches 64gig and higher (XC designation) older card readers will have trouble accessing most of these XC cards. Use the 32gig and smaller SD cards in the older readers. You'll need the latest and greatest to flawlessly handle most flash cards with SDXC labels.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ADATA 8GB UV128 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (AUV128-8G-RBE)
Pros: It is obvious what it is. Good price (so I bought several), decently made. Cheap enough that I don't mind giving them to someone knowing I'll never see it again.
Cons: Read and write seems a little slow for 3.0, but fit for the task that I intended it.
Other Thoughts: That's all folks.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: StarTech.com USB 3.0 External Flash Multi Media Memory Card Reader (FCREADMICRO3)
Pros: Seems to work. USB 3.0 & reads new 64gig and 128gig micro SDXC, small, stores easily
Cons: Haven't found any yet. Has limited use, perhaps, but if you need it, you need it.
Other Thoughts: RecommendedREAD FULL REVIEW