|Hard Drive||32 GB|
ADATA 32 GB Micro SDHC Card Class 10 with SD Adaptor AUSDH32GCL10-RA1
- Fully compliant with the SD Card Association's 2.0 standard
- High-Speed Class 10 Rating: 10MB/sec. minimum data transfer rate
- Combined with a SDHC adapter can be used as standard SDHC memory card
- High storage capacity for storing essential digital content such as high quality photos, videos, music, and more
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty
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I've read many reviews of other cards (Lexar, Patriot) in this saturated market of cheap knock offs and counterfits, and to be honest I was a little scared to order. So idecided to spend the extra $6 on THIS card.
Boy, was I right.
This card is lighting fast, clocking at 17 MB/s Write speeds on a 3.5 GB movie transfer (See foto above).
I used this microSD to USB reader Kingston G2 USB 2.0 microSDHC Flash Memory Card Reader FCR-MRG2 (Black) which I also bought at the same time.
Class 10 spec is supposed to be 10MB/s.
According to Wikipedia, 17 MB/s would put this card in the realm of a 120x speed class for a regular SD card, so this microSD far exceeds the specification.
Luckily, ADATA responds to criticisms over on Newegg's website and a rep. there provided this contact information:
Phone: 626.839.1988 x119
I will be pursuing the RMA with the above contact information, but this additional hassle and the possibility of me being completely out of luck had I not know about this indirect method to find some contact information seems worth a 1 star rating (or a 2 star at best) based on poor customer service alone!
Ouch. This card has failed on me about 4 times for the past 6 months I've had it. May be it's due to me always writing stuff to it since I backup apps and ROMs on my Android phone a lot, but that should be no excuse for this many failures. I used Windows's chkdsk utility to fix the disk and recover SOME of the files, but I still lost a huge percentage of the entire disk. I even tried low-level formatting the card but that didn't prevent the problem from coming back! Luckily, I backed up my microSD card awhile back, so I'll just restore that to my trusty 32GB SanDisk microSD card. It's not class 10, but at least it's reliable!
I will contact ADATA about this repeated failure. Hopefully they can do something to help, but I'm very sure there's not much they will do. Here's a tip: Backup your microSD card often! I lost a quite a bit of data, but nothing I can't get back, LUCKILY.
Wow! For $29.99, I can't believe I got such a fast card! Competitors sell class 10 microSDs for $10-$30 more than this, yet most of them don't even exceed 10MBps in write speed!
The capacity of this card is about 1GB higher than most 32GB cards, giving me 30.9GB instead of the usual 29.6GB I get with my SanDisk microSD class 4 card. I get around 4MBps write speed with my SanDisk 32GB class 4 microSD card, but I get 18 with this one! I paid exactly $30 for the SanDisk card, but only $29.99 for this, so I'm saving 1 cent for higher capacity and speed :D
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Using Flash Memory Toolkit v2.01 I ran a File Benchmark with the card inserted into the included microSD to SD adapter and then plugged in to my HP Elitebook 8560W's SD card slot. I ran three tests and got the following average results:
1MB: 11050 KB/s write, 17985 KB/s read
2MB: 17227 KB/s write, 18909 KB/s read
3MB: 17593 KB/s write, 19213 KB/s read
4MB: 17866 KB/s write, 19350 KB/s read
5MB: 14604 KB/s write, 19309 KB/s read
10MB: 17579 KB/s write, 19196 KB/s read
15MB: 13693 KB/s write, 19061 KB/s read
The card is rated as Class 10 which means that the card should deliver a minimum of 10MB/s non-fragmented sequential write speeds. The slowest average write speed in my results shown above were on the 1MB test. 11,050 KB/s = 10.79 MB/s which definitely meets that spec.
Speed of course is only one part of the value equation... I needed to see if the card had any memory issues so I ran a full write test on the card to test each sector for errors. The scan came back perfect. That can and will change as the card is used more since the memory will only handle so many write cycles in its lifetime however it is important to fully test a card like this up front to see if it shipped with any bad sectors. It is more common than many people realize for low cost memory products (usb jump drives, flash memory cards, etc) to use substandard memory and often have a reduced usable sector count when you receive it.Read more ›
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