Reviews and Problems with Team SDHC 16GB Class 10 TG016G0SD28X
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Falls apart, no warranty or support
Tim H., Newegg
17 July 2015
Summary: If you want a card that "may" work for a little bit and then fall apart risking your photos or videos or damaging your equipment, with no customer service or support from the company that made it - then go for it. For me, I will never purchase another card from this company again as long as I live.
Pros: Worked for a while, with limited use.
Cons: Like others have experienced, mine fell apart. Luckily it didn't happen while it was in my camera, thus damaging the camera. I used the card very little. It split at the seam of the card and the read/write plastic tab fell off. The card will not stay together anymore (and is not writeable even if...
Summary: Placing a new order to replace the Transends.
Pros: As a reporter I use SD cards almost on a daily basis. The write issues haven't been a problem with SD cards but the physical construction of them. I've had a number of SanDiscs which would splinter at the connectors but I've learned to strip them away from the connectors, but they soon become not...
Cons: Every card I've purchased is still in use over three years later. I can't think of a con.
Summary: I've been using this to transfer files between my laptop and my new PC, and I haven't noticed any significant difference in speed between the SD slot in my laptop and the USB (via adapter) ports on either PC. Shouldn't the SD slot be faster than USB 2.0?
Pros: Owned it for about a year now, has never failed, broken, or otherwise. Runs much faster than my other SD cards (Classes 2&4).
Cons: It's gone down in price a couple dollars since I bought it, but hey, that's how memory works.