Reviews and Problems with Kingston Micro SDHC Class 4
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Good Price, Not Class 10
SPH, B&H Photo
18 August 2015
Excerpt: It does what it does. I purchased two of these and I will use one in a speaker with a micoSD (TF) slot and possibly the other with an old Raspberry Pi. Good quality, but as my headline indicates being class 4 minimizes some of the practical uses of these due to speed.
Summary: It works fine for me. With my Android Zinger ZTE, its a complicated process just to move apps and data to the card, but I don't know if other phones have the same complaint. It's not as simple as "drag and drop" as so much else is now days.
Excerpt: Class 4 was what I got with the Nikon camera bundle. I expected class 10 card for fast writing video or continuous still shoot. Its ok for backups. Fortunately I got some spare 32GB Class 10 x200 SDHCs for $15 each form Adorama.
Excerpt: Best thing is it came as part of the package. Unfortunately, it is slow. I want to shoot in RAW+JPEG, but I cannot take pictures quickly before it slows to write. If I just want JPEG, and am shooting single shots, then it is fine.
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.