Qumox 32GB micro SD memory card, class 10, UHS-I, 32 GB memory card, high speed write speed, 15 MB/s read speed up to 70 MB/s

June 8, 2018 - Comment

Size Name:32 GB -Qumox -32GB -Class 10 UHS-I U1 -MicroSDHC -Write: 15MB/s Read: 70MB/s ( Test by USB 3.0 Card Reader) *speed may vary under different computer and card reader Product Features Qumox 32GB Class 10 UHS-I U1 MicroSDHC Write: 15MB/s Read: 70MB/s ( Test by USB 3.0 Card Reader) *speed may vary under different

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Size Name:32 GB

-Qumox
-32GB
-Class 10 UHS-I U1
-MicroSDHC
-Write: 15MB/s Read: 70MB/s ( Test by USB 3.0 Card Reader) *speed may vary under different computer and card reader

Product Features

  • Qumox
  • 32GB
  • Class 10 UHS-I U1
  • MicroSDHC
  • Write: 15MB/s Read: 70MB/s ( Test by USB 3.0 Card Reader) *speed may vary under different computer and card reader

Comments

A H says:

DO NOT BUY.Ok if you just want a small piece of plastic. Bought 2 of these. Only a month return window. I used 1 in a dash cam. It stopped working a month and 5 days after purchase. It is write protected so hasn’t recorded any video since. Not good as I had an incident and there is no footage. Not reliable I would avoid. Second card has also gone read only

Calvin01253 says:

1 Year and 2 Months – Dead Going to start off with he good. It was cheap, and comes in 64GB varients. It was fast and reliable. I used it as the main storage on my Asus T100TA, all the data is backed up on my Desktop (the main source), Laptop, other hard drives/usbs and in onedrive.Unfortunately after 1 year and 2 months it kicked the bucket. It just died. It is seen by windows however it seems to be locked in a read only state as I can’t place or delete anything on it. Disk Management and Mini Tool Partition…

Walleroonie says:

Brilliant, just what I needed. Until recently I had an iPod – 80gb and I wasn’t sure what I’d do without it if it all went pear shaped.Recently I had an iPod that went pear shaped – I had a look online and knew that I could get the memory and therefore the iPod, sorted. That would cost me between £60 and £80 depending on what size memory I purchased.Then I had a lightbulb moment, my phone has a memory slot, could I purchase a Micro SD card that would equal my iPod. Amazon soon came with the results…

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