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Just found this excellent deal in my opinion!!!! 16gb Micro Sdhc Class 10!!!

This company also sells items on Amazon.co.uk, they now have there own site.

This 16GB Class 10 SDHC memory card operates at very high speeds making it ideal for all uses including HD video recording in most modern mobile phones. It's produced using high quality Intel memory chips.

Micro-SDHC memory cards are compatible with most modern mobile phones but if you are unsure about compatibility please feel free to contact us before purchasing.

We have tested the speed of these cards using h2testw and they have a read speed above 17mb/s and a write speed above 11mb/s. A class 10 card should have a read/write speed over 10mb/s so as you can see these are welll above the requirements making them extremely fast cards.

This is a brand 16GB Class 10 Micro-SD memory card and comes supplied with a full sized SDHC adaptor and comes in a memory card case with no other retail packaging. This 16GB memory cards use Intel memory chips.
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#1
Looks a lot like Zoombits / Memorybits . . .
#2
jpearn
Looks a lot like Zoombits / Memorybits . . .

+1,


Edited By: Sliwka on Jan 31, 2011 16:31: wrong class
#3
jpearn
Looks a lot like Zoombits / Memorybits . . .

is that good or bad as never head of either company?
#4
surprised at a class 10 microSD, didn't even know they existed, also a bit worrying that it is unbranded
#5
I've seen Kingston & Panasonic branded ones, not at this price though. Have taken the plunge and if it comes quickly I'll test and post results.
#6
Chinese, will die suddenly one day.. Avoid!! COLD!!
4 Likes #7
philipkole
Chinese, will die suddenly one day.. Avoid!! COLD!!


has anybody told all the chinese people that are here......LOL

better get to my local Chinese takeaway and warn them.
#8
This really does seem too good to be true - prices elsewhere are upwards of £50. If anyone gets this, and can do some speed tests, I'd love to see the results!
#9
philipkole
Chinese, will die suddenly one day.. Avoid!! COLD!!


Most Chips are made in either china or taiwan these days!!!! nothing wrong with that...

I'ved order 5 of these!!!! very good company to deal with!!
#10
Any word on this particular brand's (or lack of) reliability and whether it is actually consistently class 10?? Seems too good to be true
#11
philipkole
Chinese, will die suddenly one day.. Avoid!! COLD!!


Noob, that is all.
#12
crackshotkv
Any word on this particular brand's (or lack of) reliability and whether it is actually consistently class 10?? Seems too good to be true


That's what I meant. I know most of the products are made in China, but still they are made to a standard or specification (for reputed companies like Kingston etc.).

But cards such as these (without any logo) are generally of poor quality. I've been to china and such cards are sold in packs of 100's, you can even ask them to print a name\logo if you like for little extra.

Rest, people are very smart on this forum. So apologies for my comment.

Edited By: philipkole on Jan 31, 2011 18:10
#13
EN1GMA
philipkole
Chinese, will die suddenly one day.. Avoid!! COLD!!


has anybody told all the chinese people that are here......LOL

better get to my local Chinese takeaway and warn them.


lol
#14
If you are woried about the quality of these micro SDHC cards you can always get a slower class 4 from Play.com for < £16, e.g. this branded Sandisk 16GB microSDHC:

http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/6738120/SanDisk-16GB-Micro-SDHC-Memory-Card/Product.html?searchstring=16gb+micro+sd&searchtype=allproducts&searchsource=0&urlrefer=search
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Resh

Most Chips are made in either china or taiwan these days!!!! nothing wrong with that...

The problem with the cheap memory is that sometimes it is made from chips that have been tested and rejected by the big name manufacturers. Quite often, the really dodgy stuff on eBay doesn't even show up the capacity you bought.
Essentially, all the different chips are the same manufactured item. They just count up the number of errors after they're made in the factory and set the size to a value less than the remaining good size. This allows for a single process/design and little QC during manufacture.
The bad boys then take the chips sold as 1M and reprogram the bit that shows the capacity back to 16M. So now you've got a stick with 15M of sectors that were tested to be bad once. Then they put a "5andisk" or "Panasoric" sticker on it.
Unfortunately, because the chips are made in China, it's the Chinese who can get the rejects very easily. Hence, they get a bad rep. There are probably only a few outfits actually doing it. I'm sure if they were making memory in Bristol, there would be a Bristolian bloke rebadging it.
There is a website dedicated to trying to expose the bad sellers. Google for it and you should be able to find it. There was also a link from there to a German website with a test tool that runs through a whole stick and checks for errors.

If you've got £20 to risk and some very unimportant data, then it's worth it.
If you are using this for any sort of "work" buy a branded one from a reputable supplier.
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philipkole
Chinese, will die suddenly one day.. Avoid!! COLD!!
OMG OMG thats shocking!
http://img217.imageshack.us/img217/9751/1269259657omgcat.gif
#17
Bother, bother bother!! I just ordered the class 6 on Saturday for the same price. Oh well, dems the breaks.
#18
Resh
philipkole
Chinese, will die suddenly one day.. Avoid!! COLD!!
Most Chips are made in either china or taiwan these days!!!! nothing wrong with that...I'ved order 5 of these!!!! very good company to deal with!!

true, but they arent made to the same standards
#19
Inquisitor
philipkole
Chinese, will die suddenly one day.. Avoid!! COLD!!
Noob, that is all.

you mean you are
#20
anybody tried it on Orange San Fransisco. (Transferred a 3 GB file and no problem?)
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cecanor
anybody tried it on Orange San Fransisco. (Transferred a 3 GB file and no problem?)


This is one of the phones i'm going to test it on, as well as HTC Desire HD.

Will post results as soon as I receive them.
#22
Lol at the people making sweeping comments at MIC products. They make everything, its dependent on QC. Just because there is no name does not mean its not good. Unfortunately nowadays you need to actually research before you buy, even 'branded' products have rubbish batches because they change manufactures change QC etc. Main issue is China has no minimum level to the QC laws thus its more hit and miss.

royals
Inquisitor
philipkole
Chinese, will die suddenly one day.. Avoid!! COLD!!
Noob, that is all.


you mean you are


Yes, thats exactly what I meant... Thanks for sharing.
#23
They point out on their site that they have run the h2testw test. It's what I'll do as soon as I get it and I advise anyone else to do so aswell. Not only will it check the speed it will tell you the true capacity.

If it's truly 16Gb and class 10 speed, I'll take a chance on reliabilty as it will have nothing on it that isn't duplicated on my PC or backed up anyway.
#24
Lets see if they are class 10 or not!
#26
This is great! I really want a 32GB card but they all seem to be Class 4s at the moment and all £50+ (been eyeing up the Low Price Memory/Play/My Memory options).
#27
Does anyone know what the difference would be with a Class 4 card versus Class 10; specifically using it in an HTC Desire HD, think where speed counts is camera/video? I've been holding out for a 32GB, but they only seem to be Class 4.

I did read this from Wiki:
Class 0 cards do not specify performance, which includes all legacy cards prior to class specifications.
Class 2, 2 MB/s, slowest for SDHC cards.
Class 4, 4 MB/s.
Class 6, 6 MB/s.
Class 10, 10 MB/s.

Actually, this explains it: http://www.ilovememorycards.com/microsdhc/32gb-microsdhc/32gb-microsdhc-class-10

There are many different devices that require memory cards with high speed ratings. HD video recording devices may not operate optimally, if you use cards that have a lower than recommended speed rating. In fact, the video you record may experience lag or even corrupted data as the memory card cannot keep up with the device.

Like video mentioned above, problems can occur in video players, digital cameras and other devices that require a high read/write speed.


It seems Class 10 32GB cards are out there, but very new.

Edited By: louiselouise on Feb 03, 2011 07:02: a
#28
These guys don't ship internationally but just throwing it in there as a curiosity:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820161411&cm_re=micro_sd_32gb-_-20-161-411-_-Product&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-RSSDailyDeals-_-na-_-na&AID=10521304&PID=4169959&SID=wbztd01gqe12 (32GB MicroSD Class 10, Wintec $82.49). Might be worth a punt if you have a generous American friend.

Seems to get poor reviews, though.
#29
Run the test, looks like the real deal.

Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 10.1 MByte/s
Reading speed: 16.8 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4

Capacity verifies aswell.
#30
bascule
Run the test, looks like the real deal.

Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 10.1 MByte/s
Reading speed: 16.8 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4

Capacity verifies aswell.


excellent so you got yours, I'm still waiting for mine to arrive got the dispatched email last night!!

I will to do the test and post results

thx
#31
I got a 32GB Class 4 and the despatched email came lightning fast..might well get it today. I'll do the h2testw too.
#32
I just bought one of these for my new phone, excellent price for such a fast card. Thanks
#33
Got my card today, ran a few tests before i stuck it in my HD2.
Writing speed: 10.3 MByte/s
Reading speed: 16.5 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4

Seems to be a real Class 10 card. Nice. :)
Regards
#34
I am wondering if anyone else is using the toshiba 16gb class 4 card and are able to run it through the speed test? My new pc doesnt have a sd/microsd port, i choose more ram instead. The only thing i can read about the tosh is that there web pages says it can do up to 15mb read. The reason i ask is that i get a bit of jerkyness from watching videos, my blu ray digital copies and some bbc i player that i transfer from my pc. I am using a tosh tg01 mobile phone that has a 1gb snap dragon processor. Just wondering if it is worth upgrading the card?
#35
good to see these seem to be class 10 as I am now tempted to pick one up.
#36
louiselouise
I got a 32GB Class 4 and the despatched email came lightning fast..might well get it today. I'll do the h2testw too.
Tried the card yesterday with h2testw (took ages!). No problems, transferred my mobile's 8GB data effortlessly.

The Desire HD card I had is a Samsung Class 2, so I'll assume a Class 4 will be fine :)
#37
Amazing price, gonna get one for my Desire HD. Thanks :)
#38
Resh
cecanor
anybody tried it on Orange San Fransisco. (Transferred a 3 GB file and no problem?)


This is one of the phones i'm going to test it on, as well as HTC Desire HD.

Will post results as soon as I receive them.

Did you try my friend?
#39
I received my card today and I am very impressed, write speed 14.1 MByte/s and read speed 16.8 MByte/s. Excellent speeds and a great card. I'm tempted to buy more.
#40
louiselouise
louiselouise
I got a 32GB Class 4 and the despatched email came lightning fast..might well get it today. I'll do the h2testw too.
Tried the card yesterday with h2testw (took ages!). No problems, transferred my mobile's 8GB data effortlessly.

The Desire HD card I had is a Samsung Class 2, so I'll assume a Class 4 will be fine :)

results be nice :)

cat123
I received my card today and I am very impressed, write speed 14.1 MByte/s and read speed 16.8 MByte/s. Excellent speeds and a great card. I'm tempted to buy more.
h2testw or other method? quite a difference from other

Edited By: brilly on Feb 09, 2011 13:05

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