MyMemory 16GB Micro SDHC Card - Class 4 - £15.99 + 4% Cashback (64p) @ MYMEMORY - HotUKDeals
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MyMemory 16GB Micro SDHC Card - Class 4 - £15.99 + 4% Cashback (64p) @ MYMEMORY

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Class: 4 Read Speed: 20MB/s Write Speed: 9MB/s These can also be used as an SDHC card by using the correct adaptor. Mobile enthusiasts using the latest feature-rich mobile devices will b…
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Class: 4
Read Speed: 20MB/s
Write Speed: 9MB/s

These can also be used as an SDHC card by using the correct adaptor.

Mobile enthusiasts using the latest feature-rich mobile devices will be delighted with the introduction of the highest capacity micro SDHC available for storing longer music play-lists, more personal video content, and still have plenty of room for photographs.

Dimensions: .43” x .59” x .039” (11mm x 15mm x 1mm)
Operating Temperature: 0o to 60o C / 32o to 140o F
Storage Temperature: -20o to 85o C / -4o to 185o F

Please Note: Micro SDHC cards will not work in Micro SD devices but all Micro SD cards are compatible with Micro SDHC devices.

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#1
4% Cashback available which makes it £15.35
#2
16GB - It's a bit slow at class 4 for that size, it would take 15-20 minutes to copy stuff off a full card.
#3
how often do you need to copy full 16gb off the card...?

snapdragon
16GB - It's a bit slow at class 4 for that size, it would take 15-20 minutes to copy stuff off a full card.
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snapdragon
16GB - It's a bit slow at class 4 for that size, it would take 15-20 minutes to copy stuff off a full card.


class is the WRITE speed! Reading is much faster! stop spreading incorret information, do your research before posting nonsense like that!

The Speed Class Rating is the official unit of speed measurement for SD Cards, defined by the SD Association. The Class number represents a multiple of 8 Mbit/s (1 MB/s), and it measures the minimum sustained write speeds for a card in a fragmented state.[

It also depends on what you are copying - lots of small files or lots of big files, bigger files are quicker to copy.

Edited By: rash on Nov 21, 2010 11:15: gtgtgtgtr
#5
Bit confused by this I thought that class 4 meant write speed of 4 MBs per second, so not sure where the 9MB has come from? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital
#6
This seems to be the cheapest Class 4 Micro-SD card around
#7
wordsworth
Bit confused by this I thought that class 4 meant write speed of 4 MBs per second, so not sure where the 9MB has come from? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital


From the description, this could be a class 6 card
#8
Yep gave it hot anyway because even if class 4 still cheapest I have seen, good to make sure people don't get confused or expect higher speeds than they might actually get
#9
I suspect the 9MB is quoting the maximum non-fragmented write speed. whereas 4mb/s would be a minimum sustainted write speed.

Never the less I'd prefer to get a Kingston micro sd card, the chips could be from toshiba which i know from experience are much much slower than samsung.
#10
snapdragon
16GB - It's a bit slow at class 4 for that size, it would take 15-20 minutes to copy stuff off a full card.

all the san disk versions are class2

the class rating is the slowest speeds, you should be able to get faster


as for the price, these cards still have further to fall
#11
they're always falling .. But this is still hotness at the mo.
#12
they're always falling .. But this is still hotness at the mo.
#13
The "Class" is the minimum sustained write speed for large files written to a blank card. Decent manufacturers tend to rate them fairly conservatively - meaning that most of the time you will probably get a significantly faster write speed (for large files). Read speeds are virtually always at least twice as fast and often three to five times as fast as writes
#14
effingandjeffing
snapdragon
16GB - It's a bit slow at class 4 for that size, it would take 15-20 minutes to copy stuff off a full card.


all the san disk versions are class2

the class rating is the slowest speeds, you should be able to get faster


as for the price, these cards still have further to fall


Is it not possible to buy a Sandisk Class 4 anymore?

I have a couple that I bought a few years back, but then they started mass producing Class 2's and I haven't seen a Class 4 since
#15
Anyone know whether this card be ok in a Sandisk Clip + MP3 player ?
#16
also the dan elec one is 15.99 from 7dayshop, rather go for a branded dan elec than a mymemory branded one.

Not sure how they compare though
#17
@rockville: should be fine for a Sansa Clip+. I've used a Class 2 in mine and it was fine.
#18
Badgie
@rockville: should be fine for a Sansa Clip+. I've used a Class 2 in mine and it was fine.


I think Rockville was asking about the non brand card rather than speed - Sansa Clips are fussy as to which cards they will play.
#19
now £17.99
#20
This card is slower than my class 2, big files speed are 4.89MB average but smaller files less thank 100K are being transferred at 798KB :( Should've stuck to my usual supplier play, at least I always got 6MB+

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