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I'm debating with myself whether or not if i should go with Lexar or PNY 32GB Class 10 SHDC.. how reliable is PNY with SDHC? Same question for Lexar..


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PNY Class 10 32GB MicroSDHC for $41 free shipping..


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Transcend, PNY, A-Data.. i'm finding decent deals varying from $30-$40. Which is most reliable would you guys say?


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I have had a Class 10 32gb PNY for about 6months and have not had any issues. I would buy another one no questions asked. The read/write speeds were all on par with what a class 10 should be. My write test speeds were in the 12 to 14 range and my read speed was in the 20's. I have used any where from Class 2 to 6 on other brands without issues and the Class 10 PNY out performed them on bench tests.

Real world experience with writing large files ect... was faster. It really came down to price when I originally bought the PNY card and for the price and preformance it has been a great buy for me personally.

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I have never had any MicroSD card fail on me. I have used PNY, Samsung, Sandisk, and even unbranded OEM cards that come with the phone. Personally never a single issue. I have had a thumb drive fail on me 5 years ago, but can't say it was the memory chip or something on the pcb board.

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Transcend, PNY, A-Data.. i'm finding decent deals varying from $30-$40. Which is most reliable would you guys say?
I have seen some of the Transcend and A-Data cards be a little thicker than the PNY, Samsung or Scandisk cards. They still all managed to fit in the MicroSD slot.

I would buy what ever is the best bang for our buck.

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PNY Class 10 32GB MicroSDHC for $41 free shipping..
$39.99 PNY 32GB Micro SDHC Flash Card Model P-SDU32G10-EFS2 with free shipping

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I have had a Class 10 32gb PNY for about 6months and have not had any issues. I would buy another one no questions asked. The read/write speeds were all on par with what a class 10 should be. My write test speeds were in the 12 to 14 range and my read speed was in the 20's. I have used any where from Class 2 to 6 on other brands without issues and the Class 10 PNY out performed them on bench tests.

Real world experience with writing large files ect... was faster. It really came down to price when I originally bought the PNY card and for the price and preformance it has been a great buy for me personally.

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I have never had any MicroSD card fail on me. I have used PNY, Samsung, Sandisk, and even unbranded OEM cards that come with the phone. Personally never a single issue. I have had a thumb drive fail on me 5 years ago, but can't say it was the memory chip or something on the pcb board.

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I have seen some of the Transcend and A-Data cards be a little thicker than the PNY, Samsung or Scandisk cards. They still all managed to fit in the MicroSD slot.

I would buy what ever is the best bang for our buck.

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$39.99 PNY 32GB Micro SDHC Flash Card Model P-SDU32G10-EFS2 with free shipping

From http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820178401
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...pf_rd_i=507846

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=A5ZOA3RYVEJSN

what do you think? stick with the PNY you suggested or do you think any one of these are a good bargain as well given the company.. i'm looking for who's more reliable i guess.. i don't really know. thank you in advance though.


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Anyone got any intake on these microsdcards i'm taking a look at? can't make up my mind.. =/


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I have seen between your posts some SD and micro SD cards. I would first pick the form.

Go with the microSD for cell phone and some tablets. Other tablets, cameras, video recorders use SD cards.

Pick up the best value and brand with one pick. The PNY did that for me and continues to be great. I have been taking it in and out of my phones so often the white letters are rubbing off. Still works prefer.

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Go with the Lexar. I purchased one when they were first released a while back. Just bought my second one a couple weeks back. Lost my first one down a elevator shaft at work along with my beloved Evo. I even have a couple reviews & benchmarks posted here if you search.

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