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Patriot LX Series 16GB Micro SDHC - Class 10 UHS-I - 5 Pack (PSF16GMCSDHC5PK)
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- 5-pack bulk easy to open packaging
- Up to 48MB/s read, up to 20MB/s write in UHS-I mode
- Class 10, UHS-1 performance allows fast and smooth continuous shooting, multiple frames per second and full HD video capture
- Fast performance minimizes photo and video transfer times to your computer
- Durable & ultra-reliable: magnet proof, shock proof, temperature proof, and waterproof
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UHS I/Class 10 Up to 90Mb/s Transfer Speeds
Take speed to a whole new level
LX Series UHS-I Micro SDXC cards keep up with the most demanding new videography and photography equipment.
- 2-year warranty*
- Perfect for GoPro and other action cameras
- Offload Adroid apps and files to card storage to free up memory
- *For more information you can contact the official customer service or visit the official website
Pefect for Video Drones, Compatible Smartphones, Tablets, and Action Cameras
- Up to 90MB/s in UHS-I compatible devices
- Class 10, UHS-1 performance allows fast and smooth continuous shooting, multiple frames per second and full HD Video capture.
- Fast performance minimizes photo and video transfer times to your computer.
- Compatible with devices that use Micro SDXC/SDXC storage
- Durable & ultra-reliable: Magnet Proof, Shock Proof, Temperature Proof, and Waterproof.
Compatible with Your Favorite Devices
Whether you're shooting the ultimate videos and photos with GoPro action cameras, DSLR cameras, etc. or needing more storage on your compatible Android device. Patriot LX Series Micro SD cards have you covered.
Fast Transfer Speeds of Up to 90 Mb/s
Patriot LX Series Micro SD cards offer the best price per performance on the market. With speeds up to 90Mb/s (200GB capacity), you'll be able to shoot your life in full HD and get extremely fast transfer speeds to external devices.
Full HD Video
Patriot Micro SD cards are UHS-1 rated to provide transfer speeds to easily shoot video up to 1440p resolution.
Extra Durable Design
Patriot Micro SD cards are temperature-proof, shock proof, water proof and x-ray proof. From extreme outdoor adventures to regular everyday use, these cards will be durable enough to provide the best memory solution for compatible devices.
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|RAM Size||16 GB||32 GB||32 GB||16 GB||16 GB||8 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||4 GB||32 GB||32 GB||16 GB||16 GB||8 GB|
|Flash Memory Type||MicroSDHC||—||MicroSDHC||Micro Secure Digital High-Capacity (MicroSDHC)||MicroSDHC||—|
|Item Dimensions||0.58 x 0.04 x 0.42 in||0.43 x 0.59 x 0.59 in||0.59 x 0.04 x 0.43 in||0.1 x 1 x 1.3 in||0.59 x 0.04 x 0.43 in||3 x 4.6 x 1.1 in|
|Item Weight||0.32 ounces||0.48 ounces||0.18 ounces||0.48 ounces||0.18 ounces||0.8 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||16 GB||32 GB||32 GB||16 GB||16 GB||8 GB|
|Secure Digital Association Speed Class||Class 10||Class 10||Class 10||Class 4||Class 10||Class 4|
|Size||16GB 5-Pack||32 GB||32GB||16 GB||16GB||—|
Patriot's 16GB LX Series micro SD high class - 10 card. The Class 10, UHS-1 performance allows fast and smooth continuous shooting, multiple frames per second and full HD video capture.
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When I do this, I always have to pick "replace file" or the files would be corrupted. Sometimes, my device won't even read this no matter how many times I unplug and re-plug this back. Scan and Repair helps, but only up to a full minute of transferring files. As of right now, I can't return this because of the 30 day limit. It's still functional in a way, but I have to get something sooner or later. This sucks when you want to access something, and the device indicates it's not connected. I've formatted this like 6 times so far. I don't think it's going to help anymore. I recommend buying SanDisk instead. It has not failed me yet.
I did consider the card's negative reviews and came up with a possible explanation. I decided that I was okay with possibly not having a working card at this price point. My hypothesis was as follows: It is possible that Patriot has an anomaly in the factory formatting that is causing a problem. I thought that this was a reasonable hypothesis as formatting issues can cause the symptoms described, with special emphasis to locking up, slow performance and crashing. I have had issues with the factory formatting on flash drives and other media from various manufacturers before and have since made it a practice to format all media before use. I figured it was worth a go. I formatted my card before inserting it into my phone and then formatted it on the phone through the storage settings. I have not had any issues and the card has been installed for about two weeks now. In my experience, tech problems related to defects in or other issues with new hardware, like compatibility, usually arise within 72 hours so I think I am probably past the threshold of issues. So, the solution appears to be as follows: format the card before trying to use it. Do this on your computer first to destroy the factory formatting and then once again on the Android phone to make sure the formatting is correct.
IN ADDITION, make sure that your phone or other device can support at least a 32GB card and works with SDHC (in before SDHC being the same as regular SD, there is a slight hardware difference in more recent version of the SDA specification); SDXC devices are okay as well. If you device does not support at least a 32GB capacity card and SDHC or SDXC, you will probably have issues. I have verified that this card works in the Galaxy S III (Android 4.0.4 at the time of writing) but it is possible your mileage may vary. As a side note, the Galaxy S III can work with SDXC cards up to 64GB.
I also need to debunk a bit of recurring disinformation. A few reviewers state something along the lines of "the manufacturer even says that this card doesn't work with my __________". I was skeptical of this so I went to Patriot's website and read the entire product site on this card. I did not find any material from Patriot of the sort, in fact, the information they do have supports my hypothesis that this is not a hardware problem specifically because the card "Complies with [the] SDA 3.0 specifications". This means that from a hardware perspective, if you have a device that supports SDHC (and is compliant, to be precise) then there is no reason this card should not work unless, of course, you received a defective card but Patriot gives you a 5 year warranty so that really isn't a problem. The problems people have been having are probably software based or they do not actually have compatible devices.
In conclusion, For a 32GB class 10 card, this is a pretty awesome deal with the price Amazon is selling it for. Contrary to other user experiences, I trust Patriot's build quality and never actually doubted that the card would work but, nevertheless, decided to investigate the problem some.
Card website: [...]
Spec sheet direct link: [...]
SD Association Card Formatter: [...] Use the "Overwrite Format" option in this application or your favorite operating system's formatting application. Then reformat the card on your Android device through the Storage settings.
A small note on classes. The class number of the card denotes the card's sustained write speed. Class 10 cards are really designed for video, audio and photo usage as having a high speed card helps those devices record better (in a nutshell). I use class 10 cards in my DSLR specifically because the photo gets written faster so I don't have to wait as long between photos. This is good for high speed shooting but it is definitely overkill for an Android phone.
If you still have apprehensions about this card, I have also had good experiences with the following manufacturers' flash memory in one product or another (in no particular order): Kingston, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, OCZ, PNY, Corsair and SanDisk. That is all that comes to mind now. I do highly recommend PNY, OCZ and Corsair in addition to Patriot.
When connected via USB2, saw 8.9MB/s writes.
When connected via USB3, saw 12.4MB/s writes.
F3 - Average reading speed: 65.98 MB/s over USB3. Must be the system buffering to do so well on the reads.
Initially, the SDXC device was only recognized as 26.2G in size. Tried to format on both Ubuntu and Windows7 - that didn't help. Dropped it into a chromebook and formatted it - 59G seen. Had to use some Linux-fu to avoid the MSFT-pattented exFAT stuff - running with FAT32 now.
Didn't buy this thru amazon, my mistake. F3 shows this is NOT counterfeit and doesn't have any issues reading the files stored. Also have the brand recommended by wirecutter which performs better. Never really had any issues with Patriot flash memory devices. This is for quick media/audio storage during travel and for a chromebook. The faster, wirecutter storage is for a canon camera.
As often happens, Amazon's price would have been better - I mis-remembered the price and thought it was a good deal. Ouch.