[Quick Review] Sandisk Micro SDHC Class 6 Card
Cell phones have advanced so quickly in such a short period of time, but sadly the amount of memory they offer has not seen that much improvement... until now. Sandisk introduced their new 32 GB class 6 Micro SDHC just a few months ago, and wow have they out done themselves. The problem when you get to SD cards this large is the lack of speed, but shockingly, Sandisk managed to offer you the best of both worlds with this card.
Let's take a very quick look at Sandisk's class 6 Micro SD card, and see if its worth the expensive price tag.
This card is still new to the market, so if you want to buy it you will be paying premium price for it. The card on Sandisk's site is priced at $100+, so you must really need more space if you're considering it. Speed wise, it is a significant improvement over the current competitors in the market, which means you can watch movies and move files to and from your device at a much faster rate.
There is not much I can say about this card, except I had a hard time filling it up with whatever I had. After 4 720p movies, 20 albums, and some pictures, I still had enough room for play, and that's amazing. The space this card offers is very nice for those looking for more memory on their Droid or Nexus Galaxy device.
Here's the breakdown:
- Nice accessories
- Fast speed
- Lots of room
- Not widely available
- Some random bugs
8/10: Overall Rating
Would I buy it?
No. For myself, I don't see a reason why I would need so much memory. So far, even after working hard at filling it up, I only have about 16 GB of data on this card. There are instances when people might need more memory than 16 GB, so for anyone in that situation this is an excellent device.
Yes; if you are in the market for a memory card that will last you long and store all your data for the next few generations, then this memory stick is for you.