Reviews and Problems with Kingston 64GB Kingston SDXC 64GB Ultimate Class6 Card (SD6A/64GB)
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Miles S., Newegg
3 weeks ago
Pros: I intalled this ram in my Galaxy Note 10.1 at the end of last year when it was on sale and to my delight it has worked just fine no issues at all. And I have to mention that Newegg got it and the tablet from the west coast to the east in record speed.
Summary: I was having trouble syncing music to my phone and blamed the music program. Finally I pulled the card and Windows showed a capacity of 27GB. So, it's back to my old 32GB Samsung card, which has always been reliable.
Pros: I'm not aware of any.
Cons: I purchased this card from Newegg on 29 APR 2014 and on 26 JUN 2014 all formatting tools report a capacity of 27GB instead of 64GB.
Summary: As long as it is working, I guess iw ill keep it...but I doubt Kingston would honor any warranty in the future. I am rating this 3 eggs because it is working. Buyer beware. Your mileage may vary!
Pros: Seems to work OK so far, but have just used it a couple of days.
Cons: I ran the Android app "SD Insight" which scans your device for fake vs 'real' cards. It indicates that this is probably a fake Kingston, but I don't know how accurate the app is. Had I noticed that this card was from the company "First From Asia" rather than from Newegg, I wouldn't have bought it because most companies only warrant their products if purchased from an authorized dealer. It may just be some generic, no name brand card, re-badged falsely as Kingston.