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This review is from: ADATA Premier Pro 32GB microSDHC Flash Card w/Adapter Model AUSDH32GUI1-RA1
Pros: Speeds in my experience were faster than advertised, however that is overshadowed by the short lifespan of the card.
Cons: Card died in my phone, and became less than a paperweight (not heavy enough for even that use).
Replacement unit lasted longer, but also died(replaced through Newegg).
Other Thoughts: I tested the cards on arrival in windows, then copied over some music before placing them into my phone (Samsung Galaxy Note 3). They worked for a time, then my phone would give me a message about how I should unmount the card before removing... while the card was still in the phone.
This happened for both the original, and replacement card.
I attempted to check the if I could still access the cards through both windows and Ubuntu, neither OS even recognized that it was connected.
Pros: 1TB drive, running at 5.4Krpm so it uses less power I have one of these in my laptop's 2nd HDD bay and another in my PS3.
I'm not going to bother with benchmarks as I didn't purchase this drive for speed, but rather for storage.
Both of which replaced 7.2Krpm drives (640GB in laptop, and 320GB in PS3-orig 60 fat system)
Cons: PS3 doesn't have sata3... but that has nothing to do with this drive.
I now need a larger drive for backing up the data on this one.
Other Thoughts: at 1TB, even though it is running at 5.4Krpm it still gives decent performance when compared to lets say a 320GB 7.2krpm drive... that density pretty much covers the difference in physical rotation speed - or at least that is my experience.
Also, I haven't noticed any difference in performance between this and my 640GB 7.2krpm drive...
Pros: Actually getting advertised speeds for read/write... on occasion sometimes even getting slightly better performance.
over 29GB after formatting
Other Thoughts: It is nice to have something work exactly as expected
Also, as far as the cap is concerned I've had it for almost a year and still have that cap... if it doesn't fit perfectly for you, then try sanding down the open end slightly (remember to keep it level) maybe sanding no more than .5mm to fix any loose cap issues you might have - but it might be different for you, mine seemed to be fine from the start.