Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by freeza, Jul 15, 2010.
I did! free overnight shipping too. $109 total with CA taxes. :-D
Its it a class 2, 4, or 6?
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I guess we were all supposed to know about it.
I bought one too thru telesales
Card by itself on sale for $99.99
But they had a bundle package with the 32 gb card and a car charger for $97.00....
Total out the door or should I say out the warehouse with overnight shipping was $109.76....
I just bought one too! That's 60 bucks less than anyone else I've seen
Weird the picture is of a 16g....oh well ordered.
are there any differences betweent he 32GB ones on ebay from china and these from verizon?
Weird I thought the 50$ off was only if you buy the droidx?
From an ebay seller you have a chance of getting a fake card that is really a 2 or 4gb card. It will be unstable as you add your data to it....
With Verizon you know you have an authentic card...
I thought so too, but nope!
Hopefully this will start the price drop on these things
Just ordered it. Thanks!
WOW, how would you justify paying $100 for a class 2 sd card? Insane.
I'm kind of a join with SD cards but what's the difference between 2,4,6? Speed?
Yes, the difference is speed (aka transfer rate in MB/s).
32GB cards only come in Class 2 thus far.<-correction, class 10 is available. thanks super noob!
Yes, the picture is of a 16GB but the part number is of the 32GB. Picture error.
And yes, you can buy 16GB cards for as little as $16 most of the time. It really depends on how much you plan to store on the card at once. Swapping cards on the Evo is not too fun.
It's a great deal, no doubt. I just can't see me even filling the 8GB card let alone 32GB.
Does anyone know what the default class is for the 8g that came with the evo? If its a 2nd class than that would give me a good idea what the 32gig would be like.
has anyone gotten it yet.. and tested the real speeds... sometimes.. they are classed at 2... but can still perform at higher
Speed classes should be clearly marked on the face of the card with the word "Class" followed by the number inside the letter "C." Some cards might contain only the number inside the "C."
Speed Class 2
If a microSD card is rated as speed class 2, the card will transfer data at a rate no slower than 2 megabytes per second.
Speed Class 4
Speed class 4 microSD cards transfer data at a rate of at least 4 megabytes per second.
Speed Class 6
Cards with a speed class rating of 6 will move data at a rate of at least 6 megabytes per second.
Not any more, last year Sandisk came out with a class 10 32 gb card!
SanDisk's 32GB class 10 SDHC card competes for world's fastest -- Engadget
I just bought mine for $49.99, sandisk 32GB Micro SD Card with free shipping from Verizon website.