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.
Pros: Very fast using windows and linux benchmark tools. Especially great copying big files to it (both through the phone and usb adapter), compared to my standard class 2 card.
Cons: When combined with the DroidX, nothing but trouble. Once you enjoy the speed of copying those files onto the card, you can rarely access it on the phone. Trying to open up anything that reads the card such as gallery, explorer, and music causes the app to hang. After that, if the phone goes into standby with the screen off, it will no longer turn on again until the battery is removed and the problem starts all over again.
Summary: I have done a new transfer a twice, and am working on my third as I type. If this third time doesn't get things working, Newegg can expect an RMA :(
Pros: I did the speed tests on this, and it is slightly above the standard of Class 10.
Cons: For the life of me, I can not get my Droid X to play nice with this. I shut my phone down, pulled the old micro-SD card out (which is the stock 16GB Class 2 card), and did a transfer of data between the two cards using my PC. I put the new card in to my phone, and the phone has massive issues reading the card quickly it seems. Gallery doesn't work, I can't run SDrescan, even Root Explorer starts to have issues.