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Kingston Digital 32 GB microSD Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card 30MB/s with Adapter (SDC10/32GBET)

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  • Performance up to 30MB/s
  • Compliant with the SD Card Association card 3.00 specification
  • Operating temperatures: -13°F to 185°F (-25°C to 85°C)
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Compatible - with microSDHC host devices; not compatible with standard microSD-enabled device/readers

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Size: 32 GB | Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Brand Name: Kingston
  • Model: SDC10/32GBET
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 32

Product Details

Size: 32 GB | Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B008EODGIM
  • Item model number: SDC10/32GBET
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (485 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,678 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 15, 2012

Product Description

Size: 32 GB | Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging

In capacities ranging from 4–32GB, microSDHC cards offer higher storage for more music, more videos, more pictures, more games — more of everything you need in today’s mobile world. The microSDHC card allows you to maximize today’s revolutionary mobile devices. Kingston’s microSDHC cards use a speed “class” rating that guarantees a minimum data transfer rate for optimum performance with devices that use microSDHC. Identical in physical size to a standard microSD card, the microSDHC cards are designed to comply with SD card Specification and are only recognized by microSDHC host devices. They can be used as full-size SDHC cards when used with the included adapter**. To ensure compatibility, look for the microSDHC or SDHC logo on host devices (e.g., phones, tablets and cameras). Wherever you find yourself in the mobile world, you can rely on Kingston’s microSDHC cards. All cards are 100-percent tested and are backed by a lifetime warranty.

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Customer Reviews

This is one of the fastest on the market, well worth buying.
L. Rost
After about 3 weeks, the card began giving errors when trying to read some files off it.
Xak
I have long trusted Kingston and this product was no different.
W. Stiles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

117 of 120 people found the following review helpful By BobbyA on July 6, 2011
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingSize Name: 8 GB
I tested the Kingston 8GB class 10 micro SD card using ATTO Disk BenchMark v2.46
Write speed was approximately 7.5 MB/sec, Read speed was approximately 12 MB/sec.
I requested an RMA from Kingston and returned it for an exchange. The new one measured:
Write speed approximately 7 MB/sec, Read speed approximately 13 MB/sec.
Compare these to a Kingston 8GB micro SD class 4 from 2 years ago, which measured:
Write speed approximately 9 MB/sec, Read speed approximately 16 MB/sec.
Or an ADATA 8GB micro SD class 6 (FWIW 1st one of these had to be exchanged too):
Write speed approximately 7 MB/sec, Read speed approximately 16 MB/sec.

Conclusion, unless an application only needs to read quickly, where cameras for instance need to write quickly, I would not buy this SD card again for class 10 performance, since I can get the same result with cheaper claas cards, or better performance with another brand. I also tested each card in my Nikon DSLR, results tracked the Benchmark testing, measured as number of pictures in a 20 second period with the shutter button held down.

Update:
I recently bought a Wintec 16GB class 10, same measurement setup indicated 12 MB/sec write, 16 MB/sec read speed. Besides the wintec actually doing what it was advertised to, these results indicate nothing in my hardware was keeping the Kingston card from achieving 10 MB/sec if it had been good enough.
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Ornot on December 7, 2011
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingSize Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
SD cards have a universal standard they have to meet to get a class rating. The class number guarantees a minimum write speed. MINIMUM being the point, it is NOT an average.

This card is highly rated by numerous computer hardware websites that benchmark flash card memory. On all of those sites the benchmarks show this card exceeding it's rated write speed of 10MB/s (most by double the rated speed).

This particular card is rated as a class 10 and therefore have a minimum of 10MB a sec. After using 5 different benchmark programs on 2 computers and an Android phone my results were: Writing speed: 6-8.6 MByte/s, Reading speed: 15-18.2 MByte/s.

At this point I still trust the Kingston name so I have opted for an exchange.

UPDATE: Got the replacement, tested with the same 5 programs and pretty much got the same result (ever so slightly higher average). So I am returning it and going to try another brand (keep reading).

On a side note. I decided to test my Lexar Professional Series 8 GB 133x Class 6 SDHC Flash Memory Card SD8GB-133-381 that I bought here on Amazon back in Mar09. That class 6 card, with the same benchmark programs were: Writing speed: 16-17.8 MB/s, Reading speed: 19-21.2 MB/s.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Mark Edelstein on June 25, 2013
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingSize Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
I bought the card and it worked fine for about 3 months than completely failed. Since it has a "Lifetime Warranty", I took advantage of that, returned it to Kingston, and since have had to follow up every step of the return process.

I got delivery confirmation from the Postal Service, then had to send Kingston an e mail two days after the card was delivered to find out what the status was on the order. Their website said they'd be a little more speedy on processing warranty claims. Two days later I got a note that they'd get the mailroom to move the package through, which they seem to have done, although it should have already moved through based on what their website says. I waited a day for an update on their website as to the status of the return and checked it this morning.

They finally processed the return, but DARN THE LUCK, the replacement item is BACKORDERED. I called customer service, and the lady was very nice, but told me the item "Just went on backorder" so she had no idea as to when it would be coming in and would have to check with their engineers to find out. Engineers? She didn't offer a replacement product or any other solution other than to wait to hear back from the engineers.

The card was OK, but when it failed I lost everything on it. Now I'm waiting longer than I should have to for a replacement. What good is a warranty if you can't replace a defective product? I'm not a happy man.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Youseikun on August 5, 2011
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingSize Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
I was excited to have my new class 10 microsd card come in, but it quickly turned to disappointment as I started transferring files to it. It topped out at 6 MB/s and quickly dropped down to and hovered around 1 MB/s, even dropping as low as 500 KB/s.
Now even after reformatting, it will hardly get to 1 MB/s. This is a terrible buy.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Xak on December 20, 2010
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingSize Name: 16 GB
When the card was new, speeds were not 10MB/s read and 10MB/sec write (as specified by the official SD class rating specification [...]). Speeds were in the 4-6MB/sec range for read and write, sometimes dipping below 2MB/sec. This is not a Class 10 card.

After about 3 weeks, the card began giving errors when trying to read some files off it. Subsequent reformatting and diagnostics showed the card had malfunctioned. I requested an RMA from Kingston (the RMA process was okay and fairly straightforward) and received a replacement. After one month of use, this card has now failed AGAIN, and I will be contacting Kingston again for replacement.

I would not recommend this card to anyone. Instead, I recommend the SanDisk 32GB MicroSDHC Card Class 2 card. Its performance is 4MB/s write and 8MB/s read, much higher than the "Class 2" rating. It's slightly more expensive than this Kingston, but twice the space!
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