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SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Memory Card (Bulk Package)
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I'm using the card in my Android Nexus One cellphone. I've used a benchmark app on the phone to gauge performance of the card, and it is doing about 5MB/sec writes and 9MB/sec reads. This is with settings at 10MB test data size and 8KB write unit size. I saw similar write performance when the card was mounted on my PC via a USB 2.0 card adapter. These numbers indicate it's performing somewhat better than the minimum guaranteed for Class 4 cards, which is great. I'm coming from a 16GB Class 6 card and haven't noticed any performance hits, so far.
Bottom line first: I have some of these cards (bought because of the price and even I can't resist a good deal on cheap storage), but also Class 4, 6, and 10 chips. (In fact, my review of this chip is based on owning about 300 chips (or cards if you prefer and using chips back in the days when 2 MB chips were $90, yes, I said "megabyte" :)
The caution you have to take is that if you are getting these chips as a primary or principal card, keep in mind that its speed rating may be insufficient for use on SOME of your devices. (E.g., some cell phone camcorders record video fine, others require a faster chip, such as Class 4 or 6).
An SDHC's "Class" rating is its performance based on how fast the chip can transfer digital information on or off the chip. Why is this important?
In layman's terms some Class 2 chips are too slow, on some devices. Basically, Class 2 SDHC chips (even brands brand name cards) cannot record/transfer modern-day HD video digital information fast enough. Your video will record with lag and play with lag ("lag" means delay or choppiness).
Transfer rates (sometimes called "speed ratings") for the current chips are:
Class 2 = 2 MB per second file or digital information transfer speed.
Class 4 = 4 MB per second.
Class 6 = 6 MB per second.
Class 10 = 10 MB per second.Read more ›
I was wrong.
I was immediately suspicious when the product arrived, because the microSD to SD adapter card had a much older label than a more recent retail SanDisk microsdhc card that I purchased. When I inserted it into my computer, it reported a size of 30.6GB but states that it was unformatted and asked if I wanted to format it. I clicked yes, but it immediately stated that the card was unformattable. I tried different adapters and different computers, but it just wouldn't format. A closer look at the card also showed irregularities in the casing. This was a fake card. A little more internet research confirmed that at a minimum, a legitimate card has a serial number on it, although some fake cards do, too. The card I received had no serial number on it.
Do a search on fake microSDHC cards on the internet and you'll see a bunch of stories about it.
My advice to you is to stick to retail packages of these cards. Don't be fooled by the lower prices. Although there may be legitimate marketplace sellers offering cards in bulk packaging, it may be difficult figuring out who's selling the fake ones.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Use with dash cam for review of IDIOT driver antics. Camera only holds 3 hours of storage so a few cards are necessaryPublished 8 hours ago by Mr B
I got exactly what was pictured. I'm pleased with my purchase and will purchase from this seller again if I need another memory card.Published 3 days ago by Amanda Kaye
I'm sure that this works like any other micro-SD card. Mine is still in the package because I need to find my camera to put it into.Published 3 days ago by Mark Alley