Sandisk 16GB MicroSDHC Memory Card, Class 4 (RETAIL PACKAGE)
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156 of 163 found the following review helpful:
Maximum storage, minimum hasle Nov 11, 2008
By Ira B. Steinberg
Though I wish I had waited a couple of weeks to buy this card (the price dropped 30 dollars in the past two weeks), I have nothing but good things to say about the card. Easy to load, easy to read. I managed to put about 11 gigs on here in the first three days (lots of music) and the access has been flawless. Word of caution, be careful with the card reader. My first attempt led to a corrupted card which I had to return. May have been a manufacturing defect (bought from best buy, not from Amazon. Best buy charged 99.00). I reccomend loading the card in the device before adding data rather than using the reader and then inserting loaded card.
All in all, a miracle of storage on a tiny card. I eagerly await the 32 gb in a year or two.
129 of 138 found the following review helpful:
Exactly what it says Nov 30, 2008
By Joshua J. Susmarski
Great card, works great, is exactly what it says, and comes with SanDisk's standard warranty. A couple things to remember, 16 "gigabytes" in manufacturer terms equates to about 14.9 true formatted gigabytes (because a kilo for a computer is 1024). Also the MicroSDHC standard is the same card and interface as the old MicroSD; the difference is in the compression method. This means that many smartphones that didn't support SDHC when they were made can support it if the software is upgraded. An example of this is any Windows Mobile phone that has been upgraded to WinMo 6.1; 6.1 supports SDHC.
60 of 69 found the following review helpful:
16 GB for my Google phone Jan 09, 2009
By Karl Deitch
I bought this microSD card for my G1 phone and it works great no problems.
25 of 27 found the following review helpful:
Good Android performance Sep 25, 2011
By G. R. White
I bought this for the purpose of dual-booting Android from it (on my Barnes&Noble Nook Color). See [...] Short version: for this purpose, buy Sandisk-branded class 4 microSD cards. I've been using it for over a month and the performance has been enjoyable, so I guess they're right. :)
51 of 60 found the following review helpful:
Picture is misleading. Jun 17, 2011
By Steven J.
The picture shows a Class 4 memory card. This is the reason that I bought it. However, upon closer inspection, the product description is for a Class 2 memory card. I cannot recommend that anyone purchase this product, given that the picture is so misleading. I hope Amazon changes the picture soon.
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