Pros: Manufacturer Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
Cons: I bought two of these SD cards and they get corrupted on a regular basis and would have to be reformatted, sometimes twice in one week. After 7 months, one failed to the point where it could not be formatted, sent it to the manufacturer for RMA. I have not heard from them in two weeks and there is no way to track you RMA. I will be sending the second one back after I replace it with ADATA 32GB Micro SDHC which has worked great as replaced on the first SD card. Which h...
Pros: Good deal with a rebate. Sequential write speeds just over 10 MB/sec in CrystalDiskMark.
Cons: Non-sequential write speeds very slow. Ubuntu's Disk Utility rated this just over 2 MB/sec for minimum write speeds - equivalent to a Class 2 card! For real world file transfers, it's gone up to 5 MB/sec, hardly Class 10 material.
Pros: After RMA the card is working without any single issue for months. Sorry folk I didn't update this as I was busy and forgot about this whole fiasco but as I recommended this card to someone I thought about posting the work around as it may help you people.
Cons: Sorry for folks who is still having issues with this card. As I myself suffered the same fait as some of you which you can see from my old review.
Summary: The card would read as READ ONLY thus data couldn't be written to it but still could be accessed. Which quickly turned in to card being corrupted (UFS: Unsupported File System) as the card decided to erase the partition itself along with all data inside thus reading it as "Blank SDCard".
Pros: As I have owned and tested SanDisk 32GB Class 2 and Kingston 32GB Class 4 and now Patriot LX 32GB Class 10. I can safely say this is by far the fastest card I used and not only does it meets the minimum class requirement but it exceeds it with flying colors. I have placed benchmark at the bottom so others who is thinking about buying this card can view it to make better decisions. For the price I give this card 7/10 and for speed 10/10, but thats far as I would go to ...
Cons: Now keep in mind the card I received could just simply be defective so I filed RMA for new replacement, lets see how it goes now. But if it was anyone else I can grantee it they would have lost all the data as I consider myself very lucky.