SanDisk 32GB Class 4 Micro SDHC Memory Card With Adapter, Frustration-Free Packaging- SDSDQ-032G-AFFP-A
|Price:||$11.39 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
|You Save:||$6.49 (36%)|
- Enter your model number above to make sure this fits.
- Seamless speed and performance with microSD/SDHC compatible device
- Class 4 Speed performance rating (based on SD 2.0 Specification)
- Tested under the most extreme conditions
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Size: 32 GB | Package Type: Frustration-Free Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
The speed class rating for SD card is defined as the minimum write speed during sequential writing of a HUGE file. For examples: A 'class-4' means the card must be able to sustain at least 4MB/s in write. A 'class-6' means 6MB/s, and so on. So if you need to use your digital camera to record HD video, then definitely you need at least a 'class 6', preferably a 'class 10' card.
The problem is: speed class rating does not tell you anything about write speed during random writing of smaller files. But this is a more important performance indicator for the card when used in a tablet or a cell phone. As it turns out, a card advertised as 'class 10' could be much slower than another 'class 4' card in this aspect.
I used several different benchmark programs, to measure the data write speed for small, medium and large files. Here is what I have found: (see my uploaded charts in 'Customer Images' section for details)
- For sequential writing of huge files (500MB), the Sandisk card reached 6MB/s, which is 50% faster than the 'class-4' requirement.Read more ›
I made the right choice and the 32gb has worked perfectly and smoothly. Now I have a 32 GB HTC EVO with as much storage and music capacity as I want.
Great and impressive memory card!
Came in some little ziplock bag like it was a couple ounces of crack or something, definitely not a retail package. Stuck it in my Cowon J3 media player, tried to transfer 6gb of files to it. Got 1/3 done then it told me the card had been removed. Really? Some of the files that actually made the transfer are unreadable, and some of the other file names are garbled. Now I can't erase anything I've transfered.
So I tried again with the card in a usb card reader. Same results. Tried to format it with the panasonic SD utility, which told me the card was write protected. No it wasn't, like all microSD cards, the damn thing doesn't even have a mechanical write-protect tab on it. And no, there was no write-protect on my card reader either, all my other cards work fine in it.
I only blame myself though. When something sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
In the end, I ended up driving to a local computer store to pick up a card. A lexar branded card that is, and yes, THAT one came in a retail package but the price was a bit steeper. Worth it though, knowing you're not buying some stupid chinese knockoff.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amazing a little thing like this has that much space. Bought it for my phone and I don't even have 20% filled yet.Published 5 days ago by Michael R.
Nice product. Works well with my fire tablet. Overall I am satisfied!Published 8 days ago by mohamed sameer
Works great. No problems. It does what it's supposed to do.Published 14 days ago by Brent D. Welborn