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SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Memory Card (Bulk Package)
SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Memory Card (Bulk Package) Reviews
156 of 159 people found the following review helpful:
Working Great in Nexus One, Better than Class 2 Performance,
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This review is from: SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Memory Card (Bulk Package) (Personal Computers)I've been impressed with the Sandisk 32GB Class 2 microSDHC card so far. I bought it with bulk packaging, which means it came in a small plastic clam shell case slipped into a little plastic envelope. There were no included adapters.
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.
68 of 68 people found the following review helpful:
SanDisk switches to Class 4,
This review is from: SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Memory Card (Bulk Package) (Personal Computers)As of December 2010, SanDisk has updated the Class on SDSDQ-032G from Class 2 to Class 4.
However, SanDisk is removing any mention of "Class" on non-ULTRA non-EXTREME card retail packaging in order to have the flexibility to package whichever class card the SanDisk factory sees fit. Unfortunately, SanDisk does not believe the average consumer cares about what Class designation is on the memory card, though many consumers do care.
Unfortunately, since SanDisk uses the same P/N and UPC code, there is no way to tell whether Class 2 or Class 4 will ship inside the package. This is compounded by not all vendors and fulfillment centers use FIFO inventory shipping standards and old inventory can persist for a very long time.
Customers seeking further information about this change may contact SanDisk customer service at 1-866-SANDISK.
718 of 784 people found the following review helpful:
Caution: A Class 2 speed rated chip may be too slow for your use!,
This review is from: SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Memory Card (Bulk Package) (Personal Computers)Just a caution for you all, if you intend to use these chips for camcorders or cell phone video recording, make sure the chips are a minimum Class 4, or ideally Class 6 or 10. For file storage or file transfers Class 2 chips are fine, but I would not use Class 2 cards on newer devices that require a faster SD or microSD card.
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)... Read more
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