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Sandisk 32GB Ultra Micro SD HC with Adapter SDSDQU-032G-U46A
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This Sandisk Ultra 32GB Class 10 Micro SD Card (SDSDQU-032G-U46A), however, proves to be the exception. It achieved a sequential write speed of 12.6MB/s according to "CrystalDiskMark" (see my uploaded picture in `Customer Images' section for details). This is faster than all my other microSDHC cards, including two 'class-10' cards from PNY and Polaroid.Read more ›
I thought this was a real steal but I guess you get what you pay for. This flash memory worked for about a month and a half in my Samsung Galaxy Note2. A month ago it went screwy and no matter how many times I reformat it, it just won't work. My thought when I bought this was "ok it's a lot of memory for this price and how can the memory be bad?" Well, it can and did.
Update (July 4, 2013):
After about 6 months of use in my phone this card started going wonky. Every time I brought my phone from standby it started "preparing the SD card" and sometimes it would show an error, saying that the card was unreadable and needed to be reformatted. I reformatted it and still had the same problem. I tried a different card that I had lying around and it has worked fine without any of these errors. I don't know what the issue was, but it was a pretty critical failure, it my opinion. I notice that another user had a similar issue.
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I did multiple speed tests using a bench marking program to check the claimed speeds. One test was using a UBS 2.0 adapter and the other test was using a USB 3.0 adapter and both were plugged into the same computer's USB 3.0 port. I included the color graphs of the test results in my short video for your information. Using USB 2.0 I got a write speed of 16.661 MB/s and a read speed of 21.682 MB/s. I then used the USB 3.0 adapter and the same USB 3.0 port on the computer and the write speed was 19.889 MB/s and the read speed was 45.041 MB/s. That is a very good result for a Class 10 memory card.
I rated this as a 5 star item for testing so well and being sold at a great price. I also like that the card comes with a 10 year warranty. It also works perfectly in the Android tablet.
This must be the slowest memory card ever made. It took 26 minutes to transfer 890 pictures. Not videos - just pictures. I tried the memory card in a Galaxy Note 2 and my LG P769. Forget about moving MUST files to or from the card. I just walked away, got a coffee and came back. Next time I will pay for the REAL thing. You get what you pay for folks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great SD card, so far so good! Transfered all files quickly. Working great. Only wish stuff like this would have the full storage capacity and not have less do to factory storage.Published 1 month ago by Abdiel Ramirez
Perfect for use as a storage medium for a Raspberry Pi computer.Published 1 month ago by Timothy E. Goshinski
These Sandisk memory cards have yet to disappoint me.
I likely used that one with a Raspberry Pi
This never worked in my samsung tablet, even though I formatted it several times.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer