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Topic # 88384 15-Aug-2011 10:32
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Anyone seen larger / cheaper? 

A Class 10 MicroSD is awesome. :-)

I bought one for my HTC Sensation.   




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  Reply # 506645 15-Aug-2011 11:09
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not sure if apacer any good, you can also get class 10 adata ones for slightly less




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  Reply # 506648 15-Aug-2011 11:11
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Apacer 16GB MicroSD Highspeed Class 10 SDHC w/ SD Adapter Perfect for Smartphone and tablet ---LIFETIME WARRANTY
$51.75

http://pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=MEMAPC78018&name=Apacer-16GB-MicroSD-Highspeed-Class-10-SDHC--w-...-




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  Reply # 506651 15-Aug-2011 11:17
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Would love to see you benchmark the difference vs your other micro sd cards, a dude on gpforums did so for the a-data class 10 awhile back.

See here:

http://www.gpforums.co.nz/thread/421113/1/

write performance:
8GB Class 6 ADATA = 5:51 (7.97MB/s)
16GB Class 4 Kingston = 5:39 (8.25MB/s)
32GB Class 10 A-RAM = 5:09 (9.05MB/s)

read performance:
8GB Class 6 ADATA = 2:44 (17.05MB/s)
16GB Class 4 = Kingston 2:50 (16.45MB/s)
32GB Class 10 = A-RAM 2:27 (19.05MB/s)

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