1. Slide into Nokia N8.
2. Applications\File manager\F:\long tap\Format
3. Move all stuff from E: to F:
4. Still almost empty.
All that juggling of data back and forth before. How I could live without it?
* The card is shipped with exFAT formatting, which is not compatible with the N8. The phone reformats to FAT32 (64 sectors per cluster). Windows 7 won't allow formatting in FAT32, only in NTFS or exFat. Paragon Disk Manager can also format it to FAT32, can even choose 128 sectors per cluster.
* I still got the fastest write speeds from the PC by accessing the card trough the Nokia N8 (mounted as mass storage device), vs. my usb card reader.
Still wroks well, recommended. Especially now that the price has fallen to half (12-2011:100€ to 03-2013:50€).
The Speed is only Class6, and now there are faster 64GB cards, but for most uses (playing music, playing video, recording photo), it doesn't really matter. If you want to copy back and forth a lot of times to a PC, it can be handy to buy a faster version.