Summary: If you get the Taiwan one, return it. The Japan one works very well. If speed doesn't matter, these are both ok. Kingston (Taiwan) Write Speed - 3.90 mb/s Read Speed - 3.95 mb/s Kingston (Japan) Write Speed - 10.2 mb/s Read Speed - 18.9 mb/s
Summary: Easy to insert in Nokia E65 and load with files, pictures and songs. Also back up phone info. After about 14 days phone reported quote Corrupt Card - re-format? unquote. Lost info on card as expected but now working fully again.
Summary: I bought tis to use in a Motorola KRZR phone. When installed in the phone, it would occasionally be recognized, but most of the time it wasn't detected by the phone. Others have also described similar problems with the Kingston micro-SD cards and Motorola phones.
Excerpt: Inexpensive memory Would not perform with my son's LG smartphone so I swapped him my 1 GB card in my Blackberry. This card wouldn't perform in the Blackberry until I formatted it 3 times. After six months it seems to be working but I'm nervous
Excerpt: I upgraded from a 64Mb card to this card which is suppose to be 2048Mb(2Gb). However it only shows a total of 1876Mb once installed. That is a loss of 172Mb, almost 3x more than my old card, but considering I only paid $6.77 taxes in, it is still a great value.