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SanDisk microSDHC 32GB Flash Memory Card, Black, SDSDQM-032G-B35 (Retail Packaging)
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- Seamless speed and performance with microSD/SDHC compatible devices
- Class 4 Speed performance rating (based on SD 2.0 Specification)
- Tested under the most extreme conditions
- 5-Year limited warranty
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|RAM Size||32 GB||32 GB||16 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||32 GB||32 GB||16 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
|Flash Memory Type||Micro Secure Digital High-Capacity (MicroSDHC)||MicroSDHC||Micro Secure Digital High-Capacity (MicroSDHC)||MicroSDHC||MicroSDHC||MicroSDHC|
|Item Dimensions||2.1 x 4.7 x 0.3 in||0.59 x 0.04 x 0.43 in||0.1 x 1 x 1.3 in||0.1 x 6 x 8 in||0.59 x 0.31 x 0.43 in||1.5 x 2 x 0.3 in|
|Item Weight||0.35 ounces||0.18 ounces||0.48 ounces||—||0.64 ounces||0.32 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB||32 GB||16 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
|Secure Digital Association Speed Class||Class 4||Class 10||Class 4||Class 4||Class 4||—|
|Size||32 GB||32GB||16 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32GB|
SanDisk microSD and microSDHC 1 GB*, 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB mobile memory cards are the best and most popular way to carry your music, videos, photos, games, files and applications on your mobile phone. SanDisk mobile memory cards plug directly into most mobile phones with a microSD/microSDHC card slot for the best in convenience and reliability.
From the Manufacturer
As smartphones with card slots become increasingly popular, it's important to have a SanDisk micro Secure Digital (microSDHC) Memory Card to help you get the most out of your phone. Your phone with a card slot goes everywhere you do, so you should put it to good use. With a SanDisk microSDHC Memory Card, you instantly add more memory storage so you can fit more on your phone with a card slot--music, videos, ringtones, games, apps, and more. And to help you organize all your media files so you can easily transfer them back and forth between your phone and PC, SanDisk offers a free Media Manager software download.
The SanDisk microSDHC Memory Card provides fast and reliable storage for your phone and digital devices.
Smartphones with card slots do much more than just make calls; they run applications and allow users to play music, videos, games, and more. With the SanDisk microSDHC Memory Card, you'll be able to use all your phone's features without worrying about running out of space. The microSDHC Memory Card turns your phone with a card slot into an entertainment center, holding all of your favorite tunes and videos, as well as your latest vacation photos. You can also use the card to transfer files between your phone and computer with ease.
High Transfer Performance, Better Results
The microSDHC Memory Card provides high transfer performance from your phone to PC, so you won't experience any hiccups while transferring data to and from your phone to PC.
Free Download Offers One-Click Transfers
Easily move songs and photos from your PC to your phone with the SanDisk Media Manager software. Available as a free download on sandisk.com, the Media Manager provides a graphical interface that makes it easy to browse your collection of songs and photos. Enjoy photos on your PC, browse album artwork, and add songs and photos to your phone with a single click of your mouse. By selecting the "Fill My Card" option, you can automatically fill the remaining space on your SanDisk microSDHC Memory Card.
SanDisk Corporation is a Silicon Valley-based S&P 500 and Fortune 500 company. It is a global leader in flash memory cards--from research, manufacturing, and product design to consumer branding and retail distribution. SanDisk holds more than 1,700 U.S. patents and more than 1,100 foreign patents.
SanDisk is the inventor of the microSD card format, the co-inventor of the SD card format, and pioneered the CompactFlash card format. SanDisk has the rights to manufacture and sell every major flash memory card format, including CompactFlash, SD/SDHC, microSD/microSDHC, Memory Stick PRO, and related Memory Stick products and USB flash drives. SanDisk's product portfolio includes flash memory cards for mobile phones; digital cameras and camcorders; digital audio/video players; USB flash drives; embedded memory for mobile devices; and solid-state drives for computers.
The SanDisk microSDHC Memory Card is backed by a five-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
SanDisk microSDHC Memory Card and plastic jewel case.
Top Customer Reviews
I used two sets of benchmark programs. One is called 'Flash Memory Toolkit v2.0', which measures the random read/write speed of files between 1MB and 15MB. The other one is called 'H2testw v1.4', which measures the sequential read/write speed using 1GB files. Here are my results: (see my uploaded charts in 'Customer Images' section for details)
- For smaller files (1-5MB), the Sandisk class-4 card gives an amazing write speed of 15-17MB/s, while the PNY 'class-10' card can only get 1-6MB/s
- For larger files (10-15MB), the Sandisk and PNY cards are about equal at around 8MB/s for write
- For huge files (1GB), the PNY did better at 9.5MB/S, while the Sandisk dropped to 5.5MB/s
- The read speeds of both cards are equally high at around 18MB/S (this number may be limited by the maximum speed of my card reader used)
What the above shows is that: When used in a typical digital camera (with file size 3-5MB), this Sandisk 'class-4' card is at least twice as fast as the PNY so-called 'class-10' card. But when used in a HD video camera (sequential writing of huge file), then the PNY card should perform better.
For a card to be marketed as a 'class-10', it must maintain a MINIMUM write speed of 10MB/s. So by this definition, the PNY card does not qualify since it cannot even achieve a MAXIMUM write speed of 10MB/s. This Sandisk card, on the other hand, exceeds the requirement of 'class-4' by a huge margin.
Sandisk seems to be the only flash memeory manufacturer that still gives honest, conservative speed class ratings. Any other manufacturers would have labeled this card a 'class-6' or even higher. As a matter of principle, I rather give my money to a company that promises less but delivers more, instead of to others that do the opposite. At the present cost of about 1 buck per GB, this is an unbeatable deal!
The capacity of this card, as reported by my computer, is only 29.7GB. Note that this is actually normal, because compter people define one 'Giga' as '2 to the power 30', which is 7.4% greater than 1 billion. So 29.7GB comes to just about 32 billion bytes, which is '32GB' according to marketing people.
[Update Dec 3, 2011]
I re-tested the two cards above, using the CrystalDiskMark v3.01. The results are consistent with my previous finding. See my newly uploaded charts in 'Customer Images' for details.
[Update Nov 19, 2013]
The Sandisk card is still working fine after two years in my tablet. It should be noted that I have purchased dozens of CF/SD/microSD cards over the past decade, and only experienced ONE card failure (which was caused by an incompatable card reader). So I'm probably just more careful in handling memory cards. For example, I always make sure to discharge myself electrically before touching a card to avoid ESD zap, and use "Safely Eject USB Device" command to remove a card.
You can imagine how I felt...
This is NOT good quality coming from San Disk and I buy all San Disk and Lexar cards ( for my D500 ).
SanDisk also has a 64gig (Holy crap) micro SD but I haven't been able to find it for under 60 dollars. It would be great for constant filming, but aside from that you can just swap out another 32 gig.
ALSO: The one star ratings that claim these are not genuine SanDisk products are bogus... Read the comments to this particular one and you will find an argument from an industry savvy person that essentially proves that is impossible.
The seller does falsely advertise Retail Packaging... it doesn't come that way. Frankly, I don't care. As long as it's new, genuine, and works (IT IS) I don't care. Again, read the comments that debunk the scare that bulk packaging may mean it's not sandisk... this is 99.99% impossible. It happens, but it wouldn't continue to be selling like hotcakes on amazon. These are not "chinese knock offs" as the one star string starts off claiming...
PS ALSO BOUGHT AN 16 gig later to replace my 4 gig Pro Duo in PSP (bought an adapter for it too, obviously) and it was dirt cheap for genuine sandisk. I mean well under ten dollars, and the shipping was free. Wow.
The cloud then start whining I'm out of space, my Settings->Storage & USB also showed I'm down to like a gig. Woe is me.
Genius idea hits: hey doesn't my phone have, like, an unused SD card slot? Why don't I just get, like, more memory. It's like, 2016 after all.
Went on Amazon, got this card for not even $10.
Turned off Phone. Opened phone (piece of cake, Google it), put it in. Turned on phone, it mounted by itself. Voila now I have another 29.71G and can take random Hi-res pictures without having to constantly go into my photo albums to clean up again! Life is good. (See what I did there? you know, LG? Life is Good? ha)
Just a couple quick notes:
* As usual, "32G" doesn't mean 32G bytes in binary units. Card manufacturers always use SI units to make the storage sound bigger. There's usually a 6.9% delta for Gigs. So 32 * 0.931 should be 29.8. 29.71 Gigs more of storage is what I got which is about right.
* Every time I restart my LG G3, I get a message that the card has been unmounted, and then it mounts again by itself. No biggie, though then I need to remember to go into my Gallery app (see screenshot) to specify any more pictures I take is saved onto the card instead of the phone's internal storage. This is likely more an issue with my phone configuration than the card per se, of course.