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. I've contacted Kingston directly, who said that I need to return here to NCIX, or deal directly with Kingston for warranty replacement (Lifetime warranty).
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 great and there are no complaints, but the write lock on the adapter is so loose that when inserting it into the camera it slips into the locked position. I had other adapters that work much better, so it was not that big of a problem.
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 service was fantastic.
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. You get what you pay for, I guess.