Reviews and Problems with Kingston Micro SDHC Class 4
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27 March 2014
Summary: Worked good as storage of movies for my daughter's tablet. Then it failed... trying some basic reformatting, and related procedures both in-tablet and in computer, it is now completely dead, not readable by anything.
Pros: Was a good price, worked for a little over a year. Theoretical lifetime warranty.
Cons: DEAD after about 14 months of basic storage service (for tablet)
Summary: The card works, the speed isn't all that bad, just not what was advertised...be careful with what you buy and when you get it, test it thoroughly.
Pros: Fairly Cheap, Reliable I guess...
Cons: Made in Taiwan. Ran 2 different benchmarking utilities and both clock this card at 3.7 MB Write. It's supposed to be a class 4 card and it doesn't even reach 4 MB write at all. Disappointed at the fraudulent claim. I believe someone else had a problem like this. As usual, Newegg shipping and serv...
Summary: The drive was in my phone 95% of the time i had it. I only took it out transfer files and it had no physical damage of any kind. I am not sure how common this kind of failure is but i am not impressed.
Pros: 8 gigs for a decent price.
Cons: The drive failed after only 7 months of use.
Summary: It was great while it lasted, but died six months later for absolutely no reason. It was being used to carry music in a phone. The phone was never dropped or mishandled in any way, so it has nothing to do with the phone and everything to do with a bad memory card. Won't be buying Kingston again.