Reviews and Problems with Silicon Power SDHC Class 10
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17 December 2014
Summary: Silicon Power is one of those companies which is really trying to get their name out there for being a reliable memory company. With a lifetime warranty on their products which is something not even Kingston is doing much these days.
Pros: I now own 4 of their MMC cards because I do a lot of work with embedded computing (raspberry Pi, Bannana Pi's) as well as a Kodak camera. And so far I have not had a single one fail on me. Transfer rate using a USB 2.0 style interface within the embedded environments has been around 11mb/sec writ...
Cons: This is going to sound -really- nitpicky. But they put stickers on their boxes stating that you can win an Ipad air. But they tell you nothing about how to actually -do- that. With a little bit of google-fu you can find out where. I can't do it because facebook is evil. Oh well. Not going to remo...
Pros: Have had very good results with these for some time. Best price/performance I have found so far. Seem quite fast, and no reliability issues so far. Packaging seems plenty solid too Have been my favorites
Cons: non so far Don't know about long term retention,
Pros: Write speeds are the fastest I have seen on the countless number of SD Cards I have owned. There is no lag. Reading and writing to my computer was nearly instant. Camera operated faster than it ever had before.
Summary: Based on the price and my experience with the one I already have, I would not hesitate for a second in purchasing another.
Pros: Speeds are great - inline with more expensive cards. Reliability is great - it hasn't failed in nearly a year and several removal/insert cycles. UHS works great in my camera. It reduced my camera's write time noticeably thus giving me faster re-picture times.