Kingston Technology Micro SDHC 32GB Memory Card - Frustration Free Packaging
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- Compliant with the SD Card Association specification
- Versatile when combined with the adapter, can be used as a full-size SDHC/SDXC card
- Compatible with micro SDHC and micro SDXC host devices, not compatible with standard microSD-enabled devices/readers, microSDXC cards are not compatible with microSDHC-enabled devices/readers
- Guaranteed lifetime warranty and free technical support
- Frustration free packaging
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In capacities ranging from 4GB–64GB, microSDHC/SDXC cards offer higher storage for more music, more videos, more pictures, more games — more of everything you need in today’s mobile world. The microSDHC and microSDXC cards allow you to maximise today’s revolutionary mobile devices. Kingston’s microSDHC/SDXC cards use a speed “class” rating that guarantees a minimum data transfer rate for optimum performance with devices that use microSDHC/SDXC. Identical in physical size to a standard microSD card, the microSDHC and microSDXC cards are designed to comply with the SD Card Specification and are recognised only by microSDHC or microSDXC host devices. They can be used as full-size SDHC/SDXC cards together with the included adapter. To ensure compatibility, look for the microSDHC, microSDXC or SDHC/SDXC logos on host devices (e.g., phones, tablets and cameras) Wherever you find yourself in the mobile world, you can rely on Kingston’s microSDHC/SDXC cards. All cards are 100 per cent tested and are backed by a lifetime warranty.
1 x Micro SD 32GB Card
1 x apaptoer to full SD
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1. It comes with the MicroSD adapter - something I find very useful.
MicroSD is almost *the* standard for mobile phones (with even stubborn manufacturers like Sony Ericsson slowly ditching their proprietary formats in favor of this) but the problem is, a lot of larger products (like cameras and laptops for instance) take only the standard SD card.
Here, it is advantageous to have the adapter because all you have to do is plug the card in your adapter and you're ready to transfer your pix/files from your phone to your laptop and vice versa.
2. The packaging won't injure you.
Quite frankly, I'm sick and tired of those horrible plastic-clamshell packaging which takes a knife and two steady hands to cut open; fortunately, this card ships in a neat cardboard cover which surrounds a re-sealable plastic 'case' that can also double as a storage case in case you need it (although wasn't probably intended for that purpose).
Getting to the actual card, I found the card reasonably fast with okay read and write speeds; this is most likely attributed to the "Class 4" speeds it carries, but to be honest I'm not too sure what that means for the average joe (who's probably only going to use this on their phone or whatever)
The only (small) complaint I have is that its a tad bit difficult to pull the memory card out of the adapter, but then that's hardly a complaint considering the performance and the price, so I gladly give this five stars.
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A 32GB card should have a formatted capacity of around 30GB, format in FAT/FAT32 only (NTFS shortens life of flash media & wont improve performance)
A class 4 card must have a write speed of 4MB/s minimum (large files) the first result in Crystal Disk Mark should indicate that.
Read speeds should be over 12MB/s.
In reality the speeds are garbage. It took me almost 2 hours to transfer just short of 16gb of mixed size data, ranging from a few kb to a few hundred MB using a high speed memory card reader plugged into a USB 2.0 compatible port...it took the same time as having the card plugged into the phone, acting as a glorified card reader. The card was formatted with a cluster size of 32k and actual formatted size was 14.8gb
With all the benchmarking tools ive used it also gets awful marks when compared to my previous Duracell class 2, 16gb micro sdhc card. The Duracell branded one is an unsung hero. I can get write speeds of 6mb/s and read speeds of 15mb/s with that.
Using the "AnTutu System Review" app it shows a SD Card Write speed of 2.6 to 3.6MB/S and SD Card Read Speed of 8.9 to 9.1 MB/s, with the CPU running at 998mhz. Nothing is reading or writing to the card when im running the tests, its performance is unfortunately garbage. I get even poorer results when im running the CPU slightly underclocked at 844mhz, which isnt exactly slow for a mobile phone ffs. This didnt used to be an issue at all with my Panasonic card. My Panasonic card used to get a result of 13 MB/s read speed and 6 MB/s write speed, not too shabby to say that its only a class 2 card...
Using the "SD Card Speed Test" app (also known as just "Sst") it gets the following results:
Files of 1MB in size - Write Speed - 3MB/s and Reading Speed 8MB/s, measures as a class 2 card.Read more ›
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Just the job. Excellent product at a reasonable price. Recommended.Published 5 hours ago by oceaneagle