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Pros: FAST read speeds
USB 3.0 = 40 mb/s
USB 2.0 = 19.5 mb/s
Cons: SLLOOWW write speeds
10 mb/s with USB 2.0 AND 3.0
Other Thoughts: I ordered this on Friday night and was told it would take 5-15 buisness days to get it. The following Wednesday it was in my mailbox!!! That was 5 days and 2 of those days was the weekend! WAY TO GO NEWEGG!!!!! Ok back to the card review. Just watch out for misnomers on sd card labels! This card says "class 10 UHS" vs just "UHS" you need to know the difference. I have cards of both labelings and ALL of my "class 10 UHS" have a write of 10 mb/s or so. In contrast ALL of my "UHS" have 40 mb/s write! BIG DIFFERNCE! My fastest card is ADATA which I bought here too.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good read speeds
40 mb/s with USB 3.0
19.4 mb/s with USB 2.0
Cons: Slow write speeds
12 mb/s with USB 2.0 AND USB 3.0
Other Thoughts: Don't be fooled by the names of these cards! I have a ADATA that is labeled UHS SPEED I and it reads and writes at 40 mb/s. This one is "class 10 UHS" because of the write speed of only 10mb/s. Many brands do this watch out! Make sure you get the "pure" UHS card if you want speed!!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ADATA Premier Pro 16GB microSDHC Flash Card w/Adapter Model AUSDH16GUI1-RA1
Pros: FAST, FAST, FAST (if your using USB 3.0)
40mb/s read and write with usb 3.0 card reader
Cons: It doesn't do my taxes!
Other Thoughts: I have a native USB 3.0 motherboard (asus usb 3/pro gx) and this card reads at 44 mb/s and 40 mb/s write! Yes that is NOT a typo 40 mb/s write! (using ATTO) Don't buy anything else your search is over! My earlier review was with USB 2.0 since I did not own a USB 3.0 card reader to test this with. I have 2 other brand class 10 cards and they both read at 40 mb/s but write at 10 mb/s.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Jeffrey B.
Date Joined: 04/16/10
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