32GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 4 - £49.99 Delivered @ My Memory
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32GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 4 - £49.99 Delivered @ My Memory

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Found 10th Mar 2011
Play has these at £59.99

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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.
Specification

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.

Warranty: 5 Years

* Class: Class 4
* Read Speed: 20MB/s
* Write Speed: 9MB/s

10 Comments

This is cheapest one so far with 5 years warranty so voted hot

way tooooooooooooooooooooooooo expensive, i saw one on ebay for £20, i dont know how much reliable that is???


humadoon

way tooooooooooooooooooooooooo expensive, i saw one on ebay for £20, i … way tooooooooooooooooooooooooo expensive, i saw one on ebay for £20, i dont know how much reliable that is???



Lol, you go right ahead and buy that one then, but, erm, don't put anything on it that you do't want to trash in 10 minutes... oh, and it might not actually BE 32 gig...

Original Poster

Strange coz the cheapest i see on fleabay is 48quid and like bilbob says, unreliable and may not actually be 32gb

humadoon

way tooooooooooooooooooooooooo expensive, i saw one on ebay for £20, i … way tooooooooooooooooooooooooo expensive, i saw one on ebay for £20, i dont know how much reliable that is???


humadoon

way tooooooooooooooooooooooooo expensive, i saw one on ebay for £20, i … way tooooooooooooooooooooooooo expensive, i saw one on ebay for £20, i dont know how much reliable that is???



Not reliable at all, I bought one recently, currently pursuing them for a refund

Out of stock currently but worth watching: mymemory.co.uk/Mic…-10 Verbatim Class 10 MicroSD for £59.99.

Though..the rating is strange: "Class: Class 10/Read Speed: 10MB/s/Write Speed: 10MB/s". My memory2go Class 4 is rated faster! So, it's either a typo or a slow card.

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Bought one of these. Tested it immediately and got the following results:
Writing speed: 4.60 MByte/s
Reading speed: 17.5 MByte/s
So the description on the website is definitely wrong but the card does meet the class 4 rating (and exceeds it by some margin for reading). When put in my HTC phone, the phone operated much the same as it did with a 16GB class 6 card. Very happy with the product.

louiselouise

Out of stock currently but worth watching: … Out of stock currently but worth watching: http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDHC/Verbatim/Verbatim-32GB-Premium-Micro-SD-%28SDHC%29---Class-10 Verbatim Class 10 MicroSD for £59.99.Though..the rating is strange: "Class: Class 10/Read Speed: 10MB/s/Write Speed: 10MB/s". My memory2go Class 4 is rated faster! So, it's either a typo or a slow card.



jpatel3

Bought one of these. Tested it immediately and got the following … Bought one of these. Tested it immediately and got the following results:Writing speed: 4.60 MByte/sReading speed: 17.5 MByte/sSo the description on the website is definitely wrong but the card does meet the class 4 rating (and exceeds it by some margin for reading). When put in my HTC phone, the phone operated much the same as it did with a 16GB class 6 card. Very happy with the product.


Not sure if you're referring to my post, but I mentioned Class 10 cards and mymemory.com's quoted low speeds.

There's an Android app, SD Tools, which tells you the Read/Write stats for your card..or you could use h2testw when the card is blank. My Memory2Go Class 4 32GB has similar speeds to yours.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 7th May 2011

I used h2testsw on the blank card as soon as it arrived and got the results posted. Thanks for the SD Tools tip - will give it a try. As I mentioned, even though the card is only rated class 4 with an actual write speed of 4.60 MB/s, I've barely noticed the performance difference with the class 6 card it replaced. Turns out that the class 6 card has a write speed of 11.2 MB/s determined using the same h2testsw. Makes it all the more surprising that I didn't notice any significant difference in real world performance. I guess I must be doing more read operations than write and both cards were similar in terms of read performance.

louiselouise

Out of stock currently but worth watching: … Out of stock currently but worth watching: http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDHC/Verbatim/Verbatim-32GB-Premium-Micro-SD-%28SDHC%29---Class-10 Verbatim Class 10 MicroSD for £59.99.Though..the rating is strange: "Class: Class 10/Read Speed: 10MB/s/Write Speed: 10MB/s". My memory2go Class 4 is rated faster! So, it's either a typo or a slow card.

jpatel3

Bought one of these. Tested it immediately and got the following … Bought one of these. Tested it immediately and got the following results:Writing speed: 4.60 MByte/sReading speed: 17.5 MByte/sSo the description on the website is definitely wrong but the card does meet the class 4 rating (and exceeds it by some margin for reading). When put in my HTC phone, the phone operated much the same as it did with a 16GB class 6 card. Very happy with the product.

louiselouise

Out of stock currently but worth watching: … Out of stock currently but worth watching: http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDHC/Verbatim/Verbatim-32GB-Premium-Micro-SD-%28SDHC%29---Class-10 Verbatim Class 10 MicroSD for £59.99.Though..the rating is strange: "Class: Class 10/Read Speed: 10MB/s/Write Speed: 10MB/s". My memory2go Class 4 is rated faster! So, it's either a typo or a slow card.

jpatel3

Bought one of these. Tested it immediately and got the following … Bought one of these. Tested it immediately and got the following results:Writing speed: 4.60 MByte/sReading speed: 17.5 MByte/sSo the description on the website is definitely wrong but the card does meet the class 4 rating (and exceeds it by some margin for reading). When put in my HTC phone, the phone operated much the same as it did with a 16GB class 6 card. Very happy with the product.



louiselouise

Not sure if you're referring to my post, but I mentioned Class 10 cards … Not sure if you're referring to my post, but I mentioned Class 10 cards and mymemory.com's quoted low speeds.There's an Android app, SD Tools, which tells you the Read/Write stats for your card..or you could use h2testw when the card is blank. My Memory2Go Class 4 32GB has similar speeds to yours.


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