Excerpt: This is a fine card for the s less demanding cameras out there. It is a class 10 card, but the one thing that bugs me, is that it doesn't report what the max writing speed is... the specs are 10mbs MIN speed... and 40mbs is the max read speed, but seems to be ok with my Canon G30's.
Excerpt: The capacity is good for high resolution picture(raw). I plug into SD slot of computer to store data that need to transfer to others. The transfer rate is super fast almost same speed as my SSD drive. <br />The data storage is reliable.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Pros: *SDXC = Greater size than 32GB max SDHC siblings. *Supposedly higher speed throughput. *Has a little white space to write on.. a little one. *Comes with a nice plastic clam shell. *Bought it for Canon T2i camera
Cons: Dissapointed at write speeds--expected them to be at 30 MB/s but it is only stable at 12 to 13 MB/s... not bad but expected 30s because the packaging touted up to 30 MB/s speeds but apparently it was for reading files not writing.. it being "Ultra" it should have performed better, in my opinion. ...
Summary: I would like to see others test this card to make sure that it's not my laptop reducing the speed since I can't get to my rig ATM. Good card if found on the cheap.
Pros: Well its a memory card. Came with the little case that they all come in, got it from somewhere else for sixty. Works in my nikon d3100 well.
Cons: I couldn't find the write speed anywhere online so I thought that I'd review it here since this is where I come for reviews. On my laptop ATTO says 24/MBs read and 12-14/MBs WRITE. Not a con for a class 10 but SanDisk says its UHS-1. To me I was thinking like a class 10 plus type of deal but it's...
Summary: I store .mp3s on the card for my Mac mini, which has a little slot for the card. I did not want to use up all the room on my SSD, and I preferred the portability of the card to having my music on an external HDD at home and office, since I take my mini back and forth to work.
Pros: Best bang for the buck for a 64GB card at this time (March 2011). Reliable so far.
Cons: I have updated artwork on the .mp3s, and the card seemed kind of slow. Identified on the package as a Class 4 card.
Excerpt: It is not the fastest card you can get, but its not slow either. Will work fast enough of the vast majority of cameras and applications. Ignore the fact Argos advertise it as for video, it works find for normal photos. A memory card is a memory card. It will record either or both.
Excerpt: I have only awarded 4 stars because of the inaccurate description... It is an SDHC card, not an SDXC as shown in the picture. Having said that, it performed faultlessly when shooting RAW+JPEG and also HD video.