Summary: when you buy something like this, a memory card or a USB stick, all you want is for it to work. This dose. I have one in my GPS, one in my Phone and a spare. can't ask anymore than what its supposed to do.
Transcend 16 GB Class 10 microSDHC Flash Memory Card TS16GUSDHC10
25 February 2013
Summary: Works and no major problem for simple operations in my mobile phone. I have not done any intensity testing for speed and details. No errors. NO MORE TO SAY, but looks like I need to put enough words to complete this.
Summary: Just got a Transcend Wifi 16gb SD card today, as I want to transfer photos to my mobile device on holiday. So far so good. I have a Sony Dsc-HX20, so it is on the supported camera list. I inserted the card, and manually switched on the card. My Samsung Galaxy S2 recognized it fairly quickly but could be quicker and I was transferring my photos to the Android App quite quickly. Powering off and on, it reactivated the card in Direct mode in 10-20 secs. So that was good.
Summary: I purchased a wi-fi SD card because I was increasingly frustrated at taking photos with my Canon G-series during trips then having to wait to share until I got home to the laptop. Now I don't have to wait or resort to the lower quality phone camera. I popped the card into my Canon G15 and downloaded Transcend's software onto my Nexus 7 (Android) tablet. Fairly quickly, I was able to link the two devices via wi-fi. I was able to browse the camera's memory from the tablet.