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16GB Class 2 Micro SDHC.

Not the fastest, but the cheapest Micro SDHC you'll fund I think at this capacity.

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#1
Coincidently I've ordered this (and 3 8gb cards) yesterday.

I've ordered the integral card though for the 8gb (cheaper than the kingston posted today but same speed).

Heat and rep added - thanks.
#2
This has been up for nearly three hours now and yet no-one (so far) has dumbed down the Class 2 quality and said he'll wait for the Class 17a to come out!

:-)
#3
Good price, shame they don't have the 32GB in stock. With the 20% it would bring it down to £72.80
#4
Thanks for this - just hoping it works on my HTC Desire now!
#5
andy_sym
Thanks for this - just hoping it works on my HTC Desire now!


It'll work in your Desire. Personally, I'm waiting for a class 20 for under a tenner :whistling:
#6
Got one of these in my Nokia 5800 Xpressmusic. Great but with higher quality .mp3 (@320kbps.....so it doesn't hurt my ears with horrible sounds when I play it on our main a/v receiver) taking so much room up I'm looking for the 32gbs to get to a sane price.
They're being to damned slow about it for my liking!
#7
I'm going to bung one in my Sansa Clip. 24gb! Wa-hey! Heat & rep, OP.
#8
Is Micro SDHC the standard card for most phones now?

I have a Nokia 5800 but say I upgraded to something else in a year or so would most new phones be Micro SDHC compatible?
#9
Noghar
I'm going to bung one in my Sansa Clip. 24gb! Wa-hey! Heat & rep, OP.


+1 with my Fuze :w00t:
#10
Hurrah. Pomp my HTC desire ready for froyo now if it ever arrives.
#11
NOT EXPIRED - Still works fine here?!
#12
Yep can confirm still working so NOT expired
#13
Correct me if I'm wrong.

Class 2 = 2mbps

http://web.forret.com/tools/bandwidth.asp?speed=2&unit=Mbps gives details of what this means

15mb a minute, or 900mb an hour.

15mb a minute is probably fine for most applications, including MP3 and even SD video.

However, the upload time is going to be slow.

Of course the class 2 standard sets the minimum, but if it was twice as fast as this it would be class 4.

Very tempted but I think faster would be better. The price of the 8gb cards does not appear to have dropped at all since this time last year.
#14
EdCov
Correct me if I'm wrong.

Class 2 = 2mbps

Taken from the wiki

The Speed Class Rating is the official unit of speed measurement for SD Cards, defined by the SD Association. It is equal to 8 Mbit/s, and it measures the minimum write speeds based on "the best fragmented state where no memory unit is occupied".

The following are the ratings of some currently available cards:

Class 2: 16*Mbit/s (2*MB/s)
Class 4: 32*Mbit/s (4*MB/s)
Class 6: 48*Mbit/s (6*MB/s)
Class 10: 80*Mbit/s (10*MB/s)
#15
Still working. The offer's been extended. Great price, thank you.
#16
Noghar
I'm going to bung one in my Sansa Clip. 24gb! Wa-hey! Heat & rep, OP.


I would be interested to know if it works in the Clip+ as I had problems with an 8GB PNY card so have held off buying anything other than SanDisk card, but the price is too much for the 16GB card
#17
Mine turned up today, but came with no adaptor, which is a bit tight!
#18
Mine turned up yesterday - works with my Google Nexus One phone.

For anyone interested in the speed, writing speed is around 2-3 megabytes/sec; this is what Windows 7 shows but it took nearly 7 minutes to write 3gb to the card which is very good. Reading speed is 15+ megabytes/sec, again this is what Windows 7 shows but it's actually faster than that.

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