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PNY 32 GB microSDHC Flash Memory Card (P-SDU32G10-GE )
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While its maximum performance isn't as awe-inspiring as those cards that claim to read 150MB/s (and later admit to only being able to write 10MB/s!), this card is far more consistent. Linear read speeds are about 55MB/s, random large block reads about 43MB/s, and small block read speeds in excess of 4MB/s by themselves are pretty good. This card also sports linear write speeds of 37MB/s, random large write speeds of over 7MB/s (most cards I have tested get less than 1MB/s here), but the small block random writes are more congruent with other SD and MicroSD cards I have tried, at about 1MB/s. Unlike some other cards, though, I do not see long stalls from this card under mixed read/write loads, and writing large sets of files (mostly 1MB to 100MB) manages to average over 10MB/s.
Replaced a Samsung 16GB MicroSD Class 2 card with this one to add more storage to my phone.
Minimum speeds for the class of card ---- Class 2 = 2MB/s Reads and writes or faster. Class 10 = 10MB/s Reads/Writes or faster.
I have alot of Class 4 cards that are faster then some of the Class 6 cards I own. This is just the way it works. Different devices with different cards may be faster or slower.
I did a quick speed test using both cards in my phone and a app found in the Play Store.
SD Card Tester with file size of 2GB
Samsung 8GB Class 6 = 13MB/s Writes -- 21MBs/ Reads.
Samsung 16GB Class 2 = 13MB/s Writes -- 15MB/s Reads.
PNY 32GB Class 10 = 13MB/s Writes -- 22MB/s Reads.
These of course could be bottlenecks of the device or app that I used. Under normal phone use I can not tell a difference when accessing the card for files.
I bought this card based on size so I could really care less about the speeds. Just thought someone might be interested.
Have used the card for awhile now and works perfectly. No errors.
Check your manual for guidance, such as information on HD video write speed at various quality settings and buy a card to match. For my Sony HDR-CX160 HD Camcorder, it states that it requires a class 10 card, but also states the write rate for various HD video quality settings that top out around 24 MB/s, for which this card will not do unless I use lower quality settings. But my Philips CAM150RD Pocket HD Camcorder states no specific requirement on either class or MB/s rate. So I assume on the pocket camcorder it doesn't matter enough for it to make a statement. I believe it is a very good idea to assume class 10 minimum for any HD video. My pocket camcorder records in more compressed files, so I figured a base class 10 was fine. I think you have to at least go with a major brand, such as Pny. To this end, it worked great. But it sounds like you shouldn't expect more.
I purchased the 16 GB with normal packaging directly from Amazon. It arrived extremely quickly in perfect condition, and was the genuine card. The adapter is nice, but you really don't need it unless you want to actually use it in a standard card reader, such as if you are transferring files between a device that takes micro SD and another that takes standard SD. Or perhaps you want to simply download faster by a USB 3.0 card reader and your device only supports a USB 2.0 cable directly. I prefer to just leave the card in and use the USB 2.0 cable to download video from my device.
A cheap workaround is to use this PNY micro SD and a cellphone. I put the MicroSd and the adapter into my DSLR take photos then remove the microSD and put it into my phone. I then can upload any pictures I want to social media. This really helps when promoting and event. I am able to take photos of the event and then advertise for it while it's going on.
So far this does exactly what I wanted it to do quickly and efficiently. Also I bought this on sale. Amazon often promotes storage so keep a look out for good deals.
Happy shopping! Feel free to ask any questions I check my reviews often.