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Class 6 Micro SD card

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Stam2000, May 27, 2010.

  1. Stam2000

    Stam2000 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Has anyone found one for a good price? I normally only trust Sandisk but I cant locate a Class 6 from them. Also has anyone tried the Class 10 cards?
     


  2. alison03

    alison03 Android Enthusiast

  3. dibs ODDJOB

    dibs ODDJOB Android Enthusiast

    EDIT: Linked to wrong product.
     
  4. fliptwister

    fliptwister Well-Known Member

    Disregard. He changed post.
     
  5. alison03

    alison03 Android Enthusiast

    how is data mine? got a great review on that page, but I'm hesitant to order from a brand I don't know.

    that being said, I'm tempted to cancel my initial order cause that's a great price!!
     
  6. Musky

    Musky Android Expert

  7. fliptwister

    fliptwister Well-Known Member

    No it is not.
     
  8. brettlewis

    brettlewis Android Expert

    no that isnt.



    just note that class only effects write speed. the read speed is dependent on the device itself and is usually higher (i beleive) then the class certifiaction anyways.

    Class 2 will work fine enough on any phone.

    You might want to pony up the extra bucks for a class 6/10 for a very nice camera, but probably not a phone since much of the use is reading, not writing.
     
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  9. alison03

    alison03 Android Enthusiast

    ahhhh nice catch. well I'm sticking with mine then :D
     
  10. fliptwister

    fliptwister Well-Known Member

    While speed of card will not affect the phone it is nice having the higher speed to transfer files to and from memory card (via USB 2.0 card reader). I'm moving around files often and that is the main reason I went with a class 6 card.

    Stam2000, inexpensive 16gb class 6 cards (made by reputable companies) are hard to come by. When ever I see one under $60 it is back-ordered. Avoid e-bay and sellers selling card with brand you have never heard of. Here is one for $60:
    Newegg.com - A-DATA 16GB Micro SDHC Flash Card Model MicroSDHC CL6 16G Card
     
  11. Stam2000

    Stam2000 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Thanks. Newegg is where I buy pretty much everything. Was actually looking at that one as well as the transcend one
     
  12. jamor

    jamor Android Expert

  13. owlmatt

    owlmatt Member

  14. Nolesfan

    Nolesfan Well-Known Member

    I have this card and I haven't had any issues with it.
     
  15. mags

    mags Newbie

    Buying name brand memory cards like Sandisk is just wasting your money.

    It's all made in the same factory in Taiwan then just packaged. 95% of manufacturers have lifetime warranties anyways.

    People like Patriot, AData, Trancend, Centon, and PNY are putting out just as good if not better quality than Sandisk for less than half the price. Save your money.
     
  16. TheSultan

    TheSultan Android Expert

    I've had a 16gb micro SD card that is a class 2, I used it on a BB Tour 9630, an HTC Droid Eris and now the HTC Droid Incredible. I can't imagine spending more for a class 6, cause the class 2 has been fantastic on all three devices.
     
  17. jamor

    jamor Android Expert


    What about Kingmax?
     
  18. jamor

    jamor Android Expert


    Class 6 is just for transferring speeds I don't think it affects how it performs in your phone.
     
  19. TheSultan

    TheSultan Android Expert

    you are correct Sir. which is why this discussion shouldn't keep popping up.
     
  20. colnago

    colnago Android Expert


    FWIW, it takes longer for my Pioneer headunit (AVIC 700) to update the catalogue on my Class 2 cards than my class 4/6. This is on initial loading of the card however.
     
  21. TheSultan

    TheSultan Android Expert

    I'd be curious to know what "longer" means. When you're talking about spending another 25% of the cost, you mean it takes another 1/2 second? or a full minute?
     
  22. colnago

    colnago Android Expert

    About 60-90 seconds for the same 7-8GB of mp3 files, for initial loading (card insertion). Accessing the same song from same folder structure takes 1-2 seconds longer before playback starts.
     
  23. gruss

    gruss Android Expert

    While I can't confirm they all come from the same factory, I've actually had more sandisk cards crap out on me than any other brand. In fact I still have some viking or something like that 1 and 2 gig cards that i've had forever and they are still kicking in my kids mp 3 players, multiple sandisks are in the trash.
     
  24. jivephish

    jivephish Guest

  25. contagous

    contagous Android Expert

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