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i want a decent micro sd card for my asus tablet. 32gb for music, docs, etc

play.com has a sandisk class 4, also a class 6 but its twice the price.

there is also a samsung class 10 but apearently 10 isnt very good because of the fragmenting or something.

what do i buy? it will contain all my media so internal memory is for apps


does it really matter, will their be any fustrations with any of them?

thanks for any help...
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Class 4 has a write speed of 4 mb/s, whereas class 6 is about 6 mb/s and class 10 is 10 mb/s, respectively. Class 4 will probably suit your needs thumb.gif

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I should also mention that larger capacity cards have less issues with fragmentation than smaller capacity cards do.
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well i know what classes mean but i want to know if there is much difference bettween the sandisk class 4 and the samsung and which is best.

im thinking the samsung is best if u say fragmentation isnt an issue
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One problem with looing at classes is that they are often a blatent lie. My class 4 sandisk does about 4mbps, sometimes up to 6. My class 8 lexar does 2mbps, sometimes 4. Good brands like sandisk should be considered when looking at performance. However, for music, you're looking at kbps transfer speeds. I wouldn't worry. I've played 720p video of the sandisk class 4 card.
    
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