Polaroid 32 GB CL10 micro SDHC Flash Memory Cards for Tablet PCs and Smartphones (P-SDU32G10-EFPOL)

August 24, 2013 - Comment

Designed for the latest Tablet PCs , Polaroid hi-speed microSDHC cards are designed for storing and transferring mobile content faster. Whether its web video or photos, these cards are ready for you to store, upload and share content from your Tablet or Smartphone. The Class 10 speed rating translates to higher write speeds for the

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Designed for the latest Tablet PCs , Polaroid hi-speed microSDHC cards are designed for storing and transferring mobile content faster. Whether its web video or photos, these cards are ready for you to store, upload and share content from your Tablet or Smartphone. The Class 10 speed rating translates to higher write speeds for the ultimate performance and reliability.

Product Features

  • 32GB High Speed microSDHC flash memory cards for Tablet PCs and Smartphones are capable of handling all your mobile photos, apps and HD video.
  • Class 10 performance for high speed transfer rates. Functions with all microSDHC host devices.
  • Ideal for the latest Tablet PCs, smartphones, e-readers and mobile devices. Capture and store more apps, photos and videos faster
  • Includes full size SD adapter for use with all SDHC hosts devices such as laptops, printers and cameras
  • One-year limited warranty except as required by local law. Warranty covers the microSD card only. For full details visit www.pny.com/support

 

Comments

NLee the Engineer says:

Meets minimum requirement for ‘class-10’, though not necessarily the best choice for your tablet I have tested dozens of SDHC and micro-SDHC cards. One disturbing trend I noticed is that: the speed class rating for micro-SDHC is typically inflated. For example, a ‘class-10’ rating means the card must deliver a sequential write speed of at least 10MB/s. But somehow, a class-10 microSDHC cards is always slower than a class-10 SDHC card from the same manufacturer. Case in point: the claims to be ‘class-10’, yet it can only write at 8.6MB/s maximum, while the full-size achieved 13.4MB/s according to CrystalDiskMark v3.01.This did better than the PNY microSDHC. It achieved a sequential write speed of 10.3MB/s in CrystalDiskMark. So strictly speaking, it does…

UK2TX2CA says:

Nice microSDHC for the price CrystalDiskMark 3.0 ( using a testsize of 1000MB ) shows the microSDHC has a Seq read performance of 14.47 MB/s and a write performance of 9.242 MB/s, great value for Amazon’s deal of the day price!

Amythz says:

So far, so good Bought one of these for an HTC Flyer tablet. Works great so far (1 day). I was able to write to it at 9.20 MB/sec, which is pretty close to the rated 10 MB/sec. Now I just hope it lasts.

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