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.
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.
Summary: I purchased this card for its capacity and not-so-aggressive speed grade. It does work well with Tmobile mytouch smartphone. The SD card has to be formatted through SD apps on mytouch before usage. The SD can't be recognized sometimes when phone power off and on.
Summary: I got the memory card in a timely manner and it had all of the available space it said. It was in new packaging and fit my bb curve. The only problem is after I put on like 3 cds worth of music it started making my phone ultra slow.