This is a discussion on Best Brand of MicroSD Card? :) within the Nexus One Accessories forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by Budske they r reliable? i mean no fail, no wrong speed?? seems so. The worst are Kingston brands since they have very ...
I bet they got fake ones. people think because it came in a 'factory' package or they bought it on Amazon its a real brand. if you get dramatic failures like they are describing, chances are its a crappy cheap counterfeit.[/QUOTE]
I tried searching on Amazon. The retail package ones are much more expensive than the 'static package' or 'bulk package' ones. So i was wondering if the retail versions are genuine. Too pricey to be fake (and infuriating if it is)
I'm rockin' the 16gb A-data class 6 and have zero problems.
I'm rooted, running the Cyanogen rom with Apps2SD enabled and I have a 1gb ext3 partition on the card for apps/games and there is no noticeable difference in speed between the internal memory and this card. It's flippin' sweet to have all that internal memory totally free...
and how about a 8gb class 2 sandisk memory?? :S its slow??? :S
8g Class 6 Transcend is amazing! Budske you should just go for the class 6. They are definitely cheap enough.
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Meritline.com - PQI 8GB Micro SDHC Card with Card Adapter, PQI 8GB MicroSD Card (Class 6), Model 6ARG-008GPR01B
try this one PQI 8G Class 6 for &19, no tax, free shipping
i just placed an order on meritline.
I've been using PQI memory card for over 10 years. What I bought 10 years ago still work perfectly fine.
dont go with 16g class6 made by those small start-ups, no kidding.
i would say, if you want to upload tons of movies and musics, better go with 16gb+
or, simply go for this one. it is a perfect fit for me, as situation with my n1 is:
2G GPS, 2G music, 1G photos and videos, 2G other apps
Just placed my order for SanDisk 16GB microSDHC Card, should be here by Wed
I took a chance on a Topram 16 GB class 4 card via buy.com for about $30 last week. It seems to be working fine, but neither the packaging nor Topram's web site nor buy.com's site says anything about a warranty. Hmmmm. I hope it lasts.
I transferred several GB of music and video to the card through the phone (not a card reader) and it went in at 5 MBps, so they weren't lying about the class rating of the card.