Reviews and Problems with Kingston Micro SDHC Class 4
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Brenda W., Newegg
23 August 2013
Summary: Typically I always buy Kingston products because they are quite good. I have purchased many in the past years. I'm disappointed this one died. I did contact Kingston and can you believe have to ship something smaller than a postage stamp back to them? They will probably just pitch it in the trash. I've worked in RMA departments before and have seen this. I ended up having to call them to even get the RMA number.
Pros: In January I purchased 2 of this product. The other one as I I expected is running strong.
Cons: After purchasing 2 of these in January, only one of them is still working which surprises me. I had it in my phone and one day the phone alerted me that I had to SD card available. Tried it in my computer, and nothing can even find it? It cannot be recognized but anything.
Summary: User have the options of micro and full SDHC sizes. I have tried it on one of my gaming platforms and so far yields no problems at all. Definately is a versatile product for all sorts of electronic devices.
Summary: Only Class 4. Got this for $10, but for the same price after MIR in Nov 2010, I got a W!nt3c F!l3mct3 8GB Class 10. It's a ROCKET compared to this Kingston Class 4. Kingston write speed 4.5 MB/s, W!nt3c write speed 11 MB/s.