Was contacted by my dad who wanted me to look up something he recently purchased (but not received yet) on Amazon. He said it was a 64GB microSD card marked as SDHC. Perhaps my tech knowledge is a little rusty, but I thought SDHC was limited to 32GB within the bounds of compatibility. I understand that we can format an SDXC card with FAT32 so we can use them in devices limited to SDHC (like the 3DS), but is this something the manufacturers may be doing now? The odd thing though (and perhaps it means it's a fake if not for the SDHC marking) is that this particular card my dad bought was being sold for less than the 32GB card being sold by the same company, at $7.99 vs $8.50 for the 32GB. http://www.amazon.com/RDCLFL-MicroS...TK7A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1442289273&sr=8-1 He wants me to test it when he gets it, but I have a feeling that it may not work all that well, considering the price and the suspicious SDHC marking on it. PS: Seems while reviewing my post here to commit, the price of the 32GB, initially more at $8.50, was reduced to $5.98.