Question about flash memory

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    Question Question about flash memory

    I was wondering if the Backflip was compatible with Micro SDHC cards (as opposed to Micro SD cards).

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    Yep, all the way up to 32GB Class 10 microSDHC.

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    I went with a Patriot 4gb class 10 memory card. When I benchmarked it (with AnTuTu's System Benchmark app), the write speed was only about 6.5 MB/s. Since class 10 memory cards are supposed to have a minimum write speed of 10 MB/s, I'm somewhat disappointed. I'd like to know what speeds others have gotten.

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    With class 10 cards, I try to stick to the companies that make their own hardware like Samsung. Since they own the whole process of making their memory, the quality standards are more predictable. Sandisk is another that I like because they source from all the big guys like Samsung, Toshiba, or Qimonda for their products.

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    there is no time limit on electric components...they last as long as they last! some die in a short time, some seem to last forever!

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