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If you have problems, is it really the card? Check your device specification...
on 12 May 2017
Not really sure how to review this as it is too easy to say "it doesn't work, and must be rubbish". My point is that (generally) people don't consider the equipment they are using. SD cards have been around since ~2000, but SDXC only since 2011, therefore an SDXC card will fit in a device that was made before the device would be expect to support the amount of storage available, or even the speed at which it can be used.
I have bought two of these cards, for the sole purpose of backing up photo and video files. For historic reasons, the files are first backed up to an Dell Studio 15 (2009). The first card has worked without problems since 2015. The new card failed after backing a handful of files, however, if I format it and runs a check utility (for hours) on my HP Pavilion (~2013), it passes all speed and read/write tests without a single issue.
I used windows networking to copy the files from the Dell to HP (with SDXC inserted), and it did so without any errors, although it is very slow over WiFi and took many hours.
That all said, I also bought a Sandisk 128GB SDXC, and it works without any problems (so far) directly in the Dell. Despite this, there are also negative reviews for the Sandisk, blaming the card for not working/being unreliable.
My conclusion is that these cards are manufactured within certain tolerance levels. Some may be better than others, but I am guessing that all devices that should support SDXC, should be successful with the cards.
Ultimately, I don't think people should blame the cards unless they can confirm that their equipment is categorically stated as supporting them.
Also, there are two other factors you may wish to consider.
The main one to me being cost/price. Back in 2015, this was the only reasonably priced card I could find (128GB). It worked, and I was very pleased with it. Although alternatives from major brands are still more expensive, they are proportionately less expensive, and (in my opinion) more affordable.
NB Be careful to buy from a reputable source, as there are so many counterfeits.
The other consideration is availability. You would expect a reputable seller such as Amazon (direct) to replace a major brand, whereas a third party may struggle, and also expect you to pay postage (proportionately a high cost for something that is relatively low value)