23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars
fake, 28 April 2013
Imagine an 8 litre bucket that someone has painted "32 litre capacity" on. Once you have poured 8 litres of water in it then the existing content of the bucket will flow out almost randomly. Now use that analogy for this card. After 8gb of games / music / videos onto my little boy's android tablet things just disappeared at random, causing HOURS of bother. After some research it has shown to be a defective card, seemingly to be a smaller capacity that has had a hack applied that tricks card readers into thinking it has a higher capacity, hence when you write to it above its actual capacity it causes data chaos.
32gb for £5 is obviously too good to be believed, and this is why. Stay away!