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.
Summary: Product was so slow on processing small files that I thought my machine had locked up. The slowest flash memory I had tested previously was still over 8 times the speed of this card. I emailed Kingston regarding these values but they did not respond to the inquiry. If you will only be storing larger files, this card is reasonable for the price. If not, there are much better cards out there that are only slightly more expensive.
Pros: Size, price
Cons: Extremely slow speed on small files. Tested new card on ATTO benchmark to find out what kind of speed I could expect from this card. I was thinking the program had locked up when suddenly a write speed value showed up. 8 kB/s for files of .5k or less. And then a while later, 9 kB/s popped up for files of 1k in size. I am used to values of 350 to 500 kB/s for .5k files in better quality cards. Even bad cards give me in values in the range of 60 to 75. But 8? And then 9...