I do think this is a good price, but I imagine you'd be a)shooting HD video or b)storing large movie files with this card. In either case, I'd recommend paying a few bucks more for a faster-than-class-4 card.
It says it takes a 32gb micro SDHC card. This is a 32gb micro SDHC card.... not sure why you needed to ask
posted: Sep. 7, 2012 @ 1:10p
Looking for one for a long time. Ordered one for $1.99 shipping. $13.00 for 32gb is a good price. Thank you OP.
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posted: Sep. 7, 2012 @ 1:17p
Good price but I wonder if it actually is class 4. I have purchased this brand in the past and they get a bit warm and the speed is so-so. Still, $10.99 is the lowest I've ever seen a 32GB for. I probably should pick one up for my N64. But I wonder if something better is around the corner. Possibly a kingston or another one of those samsung deals.
I'm tempted to get one for my Experia ARC. The one that came with the phone is only class 4 too and it can capture 720p video just fine. Just on startup it takes forever until all the apps installed onto the card are available, but I have no idea whether the bottleneck is the card or something else.
It's about the price I've been waiting for.
Does anyone have experience with moving Apps that are installed onto the card from one to another? Is is just as simple as copying the content from the old one to the new one? Sounds almost too easy.
"Nice card at great price. Speed is good, tested with Crystal Disk Mark Read: 12.86Mb/s, Write: 4.639Mb/s; Check FlasH Read: 13.13Mb/s, Write: 3.97Mb/s. Close to advertised Class 4. Very good price for the speed. Installed in Nokia N8, no problems so far."
If you were just planning on storing music files on it for an MP3 player or on your phone, it's well worth the risk at this price (if there's a problem, you presumably can download everything again onto a replacement card without much hassle), but if you were planning on using it to record photos or videos that might be of any importance, I'd go with a more reliable brand. Saving $10 on a bargain card doesn't mean much if you end up losing irreplaceable photos from an event that will never happen again.
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posted: Sep. 7, 2012 @ 5:46p
This is why I hesitate, lousygolfer (btw I'm not saying you are a lousy golfer, it just says that as your name on here I prefer to stick with Kingston but I definitely would jump on another $2.99 dailysteals deal if they ever put one on this size of a card lol.
My 8GB patriot I got at fry's for $8 a long time ago works fine but the quality of the card is not on par with Kingston to be honest. Though it is better than a knock-off sandisk. Just not by a huge margin. And I am talking about class 4 cards here.
posted: Sep. 7, 2012 @ 7:41p
Class 4? No! I bought a class 4 chip for around 7 bucks and it sucks when you play stored videos. Class 10 I'll consider.
posted: Sep. 7, 2012 @ 7:48p
I ordered this on Amazon for $15 before the price went up.
Seriously, if you need 32GB (video!?), you need faster than a Class 4 card.
Though I really feel the need to take a moment and say... DAMN! 32GB flash memory on a card the size of a fingernail for $10.99! :O (yes I know they have larger available, but more the size/price combination than anything.) I still have a 8MB compact flash around in a drawer somewhere I think... cost me like $50.
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posted: Sep. 7, 2012 @ 10:23p
I have a 256mb compact flash that I'm pretty sure cost me $99 back in 2002. I remember buying a 512mb card a year later for the same price and I was amazed at how prices had dropped. I had no idea how I would ever need more storage than half a gigabyte.
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posted: Sep. 7, 2012 @ 10:47p
class 4 works fine for most HD camcorders. I have used 16gb and 32gb class 4 on my canon camcorder and t2i in 1080p just fine.
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posted: Sep. 7, 2012 @ 10:48p
lousygolfer said: I have a 256mb compact flash that I'm pretty sure cost me $99 back in 2002. I remember buying a 512mb card a year later for the same price and I was amazed at how prices had dropped. I had no idea how I would ever need more storage than half a gigabyte.
I bought 32mb CF for $99 back in 2000 lol
posted: Sep. 7, 2012 @ 11:45p
thanks OP. In for 1. Does anyone remember PCMCIA cards?
posted: Sep. 8, 2012 @ 2:52a
32G is big, thanks OP
posted: Sep. 8, 2012 @ 11:43a
lazybummm said: I bought 32mb CF for $99 back in 2000 lol Sundisk 20MB PCMCIA for $200 in 199x (yes, before it became Sandisk).
posted: Sep. 16, 2012 @ 12:32a
People Can't Memorize Computer Industry Acronyms
posted: Oct. 16, 2012 @ 2:18p
Still good, but now it's a buck more. I'm in.
posted: Oct. 16, 2012 @ 2:26p
bought 1 the last time never get the rebate from this company
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